The Snow Child

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"Finalist for the Pulitzer Prize 2013.

A bewitching tale of heartbreak and hope set in 1920s Alaska, The Snow Child was a bestseller on hardback publication, and went on to establish itself as one of the key literary debuts of 2012,
Ha scritto il 01/02/15
Un coppia senza figli e delusa dalla vita molla tutto e va in Alaska. Quando tutto sembra ormai andare alla deriva compaiono degli amici e una misteriosa bambina a fargli tornare la voglia di vivere. Bella favola invernale. Le descrizioni dei paesagg...Continua
Ha scritto il 12/03/14

This was a powerful and moving book about family, appreciation for one another, and making a new life. I liked how Faina brought Jack and Mabel closer together.

Ha scritto il 28/09/13
Mabel and Jack moved to Alaska after they lost their not-yet-born child. They're no more young but they try and begin a brandnew life. Nature is beautiful and wild, it's a hard life. The snow, one night, seems to turn a snowman into the magic girl ap...Continua
Ha scritto il 05/08/13
It is a beautiful, beautiful story. The author had the ability to made me feel like I was in that white, snow land while I was reading it. The plot is fine, the charactors are likable, it is not a exciting, roller-coaster style story, but it will sta...Continua
Ha scritto il 14/03/13


Ha scritto il Apr 23, 2015, 14:48
Along with your interest in the tale of the snow maiden, I am reminded of the time you spent as a child chasing fairies in the woods near our home. As I recall, you slept more than one night in those great oak trees, and when Mother found you the nex...Continua
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