Stealing Snow

Stealing Snow

Book - 2016
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Seventeen-year-old Snow escapes a mental hospital by racing into the woods where she finds herself in icy Algid--her true home--with witches, thieves, an alluring boy named Kai, and she discovers her royal lineage.
Publisher: New York : Bloomsbury, 2016
ISBN: 9781681190761
Characteristics: 375 pages


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Mar 22, 2017

This book was a bit of a disappointment. Parts of the book were interesting, but overall the main characters and how it was written was just annoying. I kept on reading it hoping it would get better, but for me it did not.

Jan 10, 2017

OMG! This book..... I don't know where to start. I finished it in literally in 1 day. My friend had the book and she said that I should read this book before her so we can talk about it and it is killing me that I can't spoil it for her. Can't wait to get Rising Queen next!!!

PCCLD_TAB_Teens Oct 18, 2016

Stealing Snow is an action packed book filled with surprises and plot twists. There's never a quiet moment in the book, as there's always some kind of action happening. For me, it was too much. The beginning dragged on, and then suddenly it was chaotic. Event after event, character after character were introduced to the story, and it quickly built up. There were many questions that went without answer throughout the book. Although the ending helped answer a few of those questions, there were still events that didn't seem to have a resolution. Overall, this book is incredibly action filled once past the beginning, and it's a bit too much in my opinion.

Oct 04, 2016

Although there were bits in this i didnt like overall i was very interested to see where she was gonna take it. I look forward to reading the next part & hopefully the ebook novels too.

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