Saturday, June 13, 2020

#BookReview: An End in Ice by Rachel Ford

Synopsis: Monsters lurk in dark places, where shadows grow long. Evil prowls in quiet spaces, where no one can hear your screams. 

A late autumn hunt brings brothers Radu and Pavel face-to-face with an ancient evil. With no one to help them, and nowhere to run, the brothers find that the prey they've been stalking is really a predator.

And they're the ones being hunted...

Fans of Bram Stoker and Anne Rice will love this terrifying novella about dark endings and terrible beginnings.


Rating: ★★★
My Review:  
This is a story about a boy named Pavel and how he ends up turning into what he fears the most.  I listened to this book as an audio book and was impressed by the narrator.  He did a good job bringing this story to life and making you really feel for the main character.  However this book is very short and leaves off on a cliff hanger and I would enjoy a continuation of this story however there is no second book.  This book follows Pavel as he turns into a creature of the night and how he experienced those around him's perspectives change as well as dealing with his new urges and immortality.  I think this story did a good job explaining what Pavel was going through, it was almost like you were there with him throughout his change.  However I did not like how the story came to such an abrupt ending and really has me wanting more but the story just has an abrupt end.

Award winning author Rachel Ford is a software engineer by day, and a writer most of the rest of the time. She is a Trekkie, a video-gamer, and a dog parent, owned by a Great Pyrenees named Elim Garak and a mutt of many kinds named Fox (for the inspired reason that he looks like a fox).
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