Tuesday, 12 January 2016

Snow Globe by Jeanne Skartsiaris (Review)

    Snow Globe is a story of a troubled young woman who is trying to figure out her life and keep her job, all the while eluding her creepy stalker. A dark and serious tone is found throughout the novel as Aja Harmon lives in constant mistreatment from the school boards, the police and her boss. They all treat her like she is a no good juvenile delinquent, and in treating her as such makes it hard for her not to be a delinquent they call her.
    There was a lot of serious topics in this novel, making the overall feel of the novel darker. Story wise, Snow Globe was okay. It had some truly heart warming moments that made the characters more interesting. The best romance in this novel was not in between Aja and her love interest, but between an old married couple whose love truly lasted the ages. Plot wise, Snow Globe was a slower read. I did find it difficult to engage into certain parts of the novel. There were definitely moments that I would describe as boring to read. All in all, Snow Globe was a mediocre read and I give it the rating of  TWO AND A HALF STARS OUT OF FIVE!
*Advanced Readers Copy Review*

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