Snow Blood: Season 1: Episodes 1 - 6

Snow Blood: Season 1: Episodes 1 - 6

by Carol McKibben


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Snow Blood: Season 1: Episodes 1 - 6 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
Dina1 More than 1 year ago
I loved the cover and the title and didn't even check to see what it was about. Just assumed it was another vampire book (which I love). You can imagine my surprise when I started reading it and got a little confused till I realized who was telling the story. I was surprised, it was so very different from every other vampire book I had ever read. I was delighted and enjoyed reading a paranormal story from such a different point of view. I don't do spoilers so I really don't want to say more, just know that if you like reading about vampires, and an Olympic God or two, a faithful companion, you will want to add this to your want to read list. I will say it's filled with loyalty and love. I haven't read the Season 1book and will definitely have to get it.
ArleneArredondo More than 1 year ago
A wonderful tale full of paranormal beings, mythology, and an exceptional character. This tale of paranormal romance begins with the unthinkable, the main character is a dog; a beautiful white husky that is in the wrong place at the wrong time. Snow is brought to life by a vampire filled with guilt. We'll see the story through the eyes of this dog, how this vampire became a creature of the night and why he longs for his beloved that cannot be together because of a jealous god. Note: I received a free copy in exchange for an honest review.
ChristophFischer More than 1 year ago
"Snow Blood: Episode 1" by Carol McKibben was a real surprise find for me. Being a dog person I was tempted but I only reluctantly ventured out to read this book about a white husky who becomes vampire but to my relief and joy the concept really worked. Snow, the husky, tells in his own words how he comes in contact with Brogio, his saviour and master, and how his new life pans out. Telling a vampire dog story adds a great twist, one that is ling overdue since we have shapeshifters and werewolve stories everywhere. Telling the story from the dog's perspective worked for me since it is a welcome break from just 'cute' dog stories and stories told by dogs. Episode 1 sets the scene and focuses on the transformation and the main characters, but it is ultimately a short novel that leaves a lot for the next instalments.  The drama, the suspense and the perspective are excellent and I no doubt will make my way through this canine paranormal series.  Well done.