Overall Rating and Opinion of "The Snow Child"

Discuss the January 2015 book of the month. The Snow Child by Eowyn Ivey.

How do you rate "The Snow Child"?

1 star - poor, recommend against reading it
0
No votes
2 stars - fair, okay
3
8%
3 stars - good, recommend it
26
67%
4 stars - excellent, amazing
10
26%
 
Total votes: 39

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Re: Overall Rating and Opinion of "The Snow Child"

Post by zaynab_m » 16 Nov 2015, 10:25

Sounds like a good book, want to read it soon.
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Post by Taylor Razzani » 04 Jul 2016, 17:58

krood10 wrote:I would absolutely recommend this book to anyone who is feeling series burn out or who wants something different than the popular books at the moment. It was sweet, simple, poignant, and beautiful. "The Snow Child" is unpredictable and will leave the reader thinking long after the book has finished. It is not, however, heavy and overly philosophical making it a lighter read than most thought provoking books. The book is great for a change of pace.
I was trying to think of how I really felt about this book and this pretty much sums it up! I did really enjoy this book for its simplicity and how it was written. Many of the events weren't anything spectacular but you felt compelled to keep reading into the characters and their lives.

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Post by MikaylaSanchez » 12 Jan 2017, 00:56

This book was beautiful. My stepmom gave me the book to read and I put it off for so long as it just didn't seem like my kind of book. As soon as I started, I couldn't stop. Now I am suggesting this book to everyone. It was so beautiful and almost suspenseful in a way. The beautiful mystery has left a imprint on my soul.

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Post by Naval Aulakh » 09 Jul 2017, 06:26

I have heard a lot about this book. I have read the reviews and the book seems to be catchy. I am going to read it soon.
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Post by atonykamau » 27 Mar 2018, 08:58

I haven't read the book but I am looking forward to reading it.

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Post by BookHappy » 10 Apr 2018, 02:41

A friend passed this ebook along to me without much comment. After I read it, we discussed it at length. The earlier comments written here about it staying with you without a heavy philosophical (or mystical) bent, and keeping you turning pages as the characters and story unfold is so true. A book for all ages.

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