Harsh Climate

Harsh Climate

by Camille LaGuire
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Harsh Climate 3.2 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 21 reviews.
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Angela Livingston More than 1 year ago
i enjoyed this book but i think it would be a really good read for young adults more than adults.good writing but bad editing.great book for a quick and light read.
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Avid_Reader_TC More than 1 year ago
This writer is going somewhere! Keep on writing and we'll keep right on reading.
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Susan_Pettrone More than 1 year ago
I mistakenly wrote this book was less than 25 words when I meant 'around 250 words'. Other than that (and the use of the phrase 'jerkface', I stand by my review. I must add though, with some re-writing and heavy editing, this just might be a decent rainy day read.
Stella Corbett More than 1 year ago
didnt want to put it down. will watch for more from this author.
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OurBookAddiction More than 1 year ago
I tend to stay away from self-published books. Not because I have anything against self-published writers, but because the majority are in major need of editorial work and advice. I found this novella via inkmesh dot com when it was free to download for my Nook and the book synopsis seemed interesting. I also knew that a novella would not require the time investment a full length novel does. I was glad I did because this was a hidden promise in the self-publishing crowd. I liked this novella. I read the entire book before I went to sleep. I thought the concept of the storyline has great promise for a full length Young Adult book. That, of course, would give the author the page length ability to flesh out the characters and dig deeper into the kidnapping storyline. There is no time for that in a novella so one must remember that when they are reading a novella. Vicki and Clyde are the teenagers thrown into this situation. The author portrays Vicki as having pretty much no fear. This would be the only thing I would have liked to see a little differently. The average 17-year-old girl thrown into the midst of three "vicious" armed kidnappers would be scared to death.as would the average adult. Adding some fear and vulnerability to her character would have seemed more believable than her provoking the armed leader of the group by calling him "jerkface". I can see where this novella would appeal to the Young Adult fans.