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Snow Like Ashes, by Sara Raasch

About the Book:Book - Snow Like Ashes (5)
Author: Sara Raasch
Publisher: Baltzer + Bray
Source: Bought
Publication Date: 2014
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Series: Snow Like Ashes, book 1
Genre: Fiction; Young Adult Fantasy
Rating: 4.5 out of 5

Snow Like Ashes Book Review

Sara Raasch’s debut novel, Snow Like Ashes, made a splash last fall when it debuted and though it’s been on my shelf for a few months, I am only know getting around to discovering it. It was worth the dust it gathered.

This story is an interesting one. It takes a unique approach to creating kingdoms and the world in which it’s set is an eye-popping visual feast indeed. The world is separated by four kingdoms, all of which are inspired by the seasons. We are primarily among the Winterians whose appearance mirrors their season – pale, white skin and snow-white hair. Then there are the kingdoms or realms that surrounded the four seasons. These are either allies of Winter (and the seasons) or are a realm who seeks to destroy them. Read the Review on Silver Petticoat ➔

This review originally appeared on Silver Petticoat Review.


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