Book Review: Snow like Ashes by Sara Raasch
November 2, 2016 | 5:46 PM
by Zahra Bait Ishaq
Snow like Ashes is a must read, it is a fast yet very intriguing novel.

Sixteen years ago a war between two kingdoms; Winter and Spring led to the death and the capture of thousands of Winter’s citizens except for a handful of those who were lucky enough to escape and one of them is the main character of this book, Meira.

This book is definitely one of my favourite reads of this year because of the way it’s written, it’s addictive, and as soon as you hold the book you just can’t let it go. What I loved about this book is the plot, it is unique yet beautiful. I also felt connected with the main character and there were a lot of situations where I thought “I could relate to that”. In addition, the names of places in this book are such a nice touch. Meira has a very strong personality and I really admire that about her. To sum up, Snow like Ashes is a must read, it is a fast yet very intriguing novel.

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The reviewer, Zahra Bait Ishaq, is an 18 years old college student from Muscat who enjoys spending her time reading and writing.

Book: Snow Like Ashes

Author: Sara Raasch

Genre: Fantasy

Pages: 416

Type: Trilogy

Published: October 14, 2014, Balzer + Bray

Reason to pick it up: It’s the perfect mix of fantasy and adventure

Where you can find the book: Online

Great quote from the book: “Even the strongest blizzards start with a single snowflake.” — Sara Raasch, Snow Like Ashes

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