Snow & Ash

Snow & Ash By Theresa Shaver, Snow Ash Bomb after bomb dropped across the globe sending the world tumbling into a seemingly never ending nuclear winter Skylar Ross is ten that day when she s ripped from dance classes and sleepovers to bein
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  • Author: Theresa Shaver
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  • Snow & Ash By Theresa Shaver, Bomb after bomb dropped across the globe sending the world tumbling into a seemingly never ending nuclear winter Skylar Ross is ten that day when she s ripped from dance classes and sleepovers to being an orphan in a prepper s paradise of a mountain bunker Her determination to protect her baby brother keeps her locked away with nothing but responsibility and loneliness.Bomb after bomb dropped across the globe sending the world tumbling into a seemingly never ending nuclear winter Skylar Ross is ten that day when she s ripped from dance classes and sleepovers to being an orphan in a prepper s paradise of a mountain bunker Her determination to protect her baby brother keeps her locked away with nothing but responsibility and loneliness Her father s words are a continuous echo, Trust no one Help no one Rex Larson is eleven that day He s left stranded on the side of the road in a strange place far from home when his mother dies the first day With his own small brother to look after he is lost and alone Rex has no choice but to trust complete strangers with his and his brother s future Two different survivors in two different circumstances spend the next seven years trying to survive until an explosive meeting changes both their courses and lives forever Trust is almost impossible when your whole life is spent in the Snow Ash.
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    About "Theresa Shaver"

    1. Theresa Shaver

      Theresa Shaver lives in South Central Alberta Canada.As an avid reader, I used to dream about writing and sharing my own stories with the world Publishing was a far off and intimidating goal until opened the gates I love that I get real feed back from my fans on my books instead of some guy behind a desk who studies market trends I write to share my dreams with the world and now I can My first series is a Young Adult Post apocalypse story I love writing about the growth of characters faced with such huge challenges and plan to continue future stories in wrecked worlds It s a new do it yourself world in so many industries so never stop believing in your dreams and do it yourself

    855 thoughts on “Snow & Ash”

    1. I like first person narrative when appropriate, but using it with two different POVs didn t work for me The two first person narrators sounded way too much alike There were a lot grammatical issues than I would have expected They were distracting even to me I can overlook a few I think the secret, underground bunker was too well equipped to have been kept a secret Convenient plot devices overruled reality.On the up side, it was not a bad story and it was a quick read I did finish the book, but [...]


    2. Great book The author mentions in the forward that she likes a book that doesn t get bogged down in detailed descriptions of the surrounding or equipment or clothing which I agree with so this book just gets to the nitty gritty It s about two families and how they survive a nuclear war Loved it.


    3. Great book This one was free for Kindle on when I read it Honestly with the free books my expectation is low, because you never know why they are free This one is probably free to get you to get interested in the series because the next one is not a free book, but I will read it anyway This one was a great read I had a very hard time putting it down and can t wait to see what happens in the next book.


    4. Although it contains some syntactical errors and scenarios items that I and, I would ve thought, the builders of the bunker considered a flagrant waste of resources given the context to the story, Snow Ash easily merits a four star rating There is a hell of a lot of post apocalyptic fiction out there and a lot of it displays a frustrating lack of concern with straight up survival If the world as you know it is ending, you need water, food, warmth, shelter, and first aid supplies and a way to pro [...]


    5. So soThis book had a good idea to go off of, but the characters and dialog were very poorly written It did make it easier to believe it was being written by a child I enjoyed the idea of this book, and with some instruction I think this author could do some really great things.



    6. A nuclear war has ravaged the world Skylar Ross s parents were prepared but they left her an her infant brother alone Rex Larson is left at the side of the road when his mother gets killed He is taken in by a stranger and another helps them get to safety with instructions what to do.It is an interesting survival story Plausable but a bit of a stretch As with the other books I have read by Theresa Shaver the characters are the thing She loves you to get attached and shee how they grow and change [...]


    7. Fast paced and intriguingThis is one of the first apocalyptic novel I ve read and I was not disappointed The book is fast paced and pulls you in the first chapter There was never a dull moment and I loved not being bogged down in details I look forward to reading the next in the series This is a great book for young adults that enjoy stories similar to maze runner and the divergent series It s a clean read with no foul language or sex.


    8. I have been wanting to read this book for a while ever since I heard of it Now I have finally read this and I was very satisfied The book was fast paced and kept me on the edge of my seat Yes there is a lot of grammatical errors and the fact that sky had a whole bunker that still had electricity and enough food for a thousand people was a bit of a streach, but it was still a very good read I can t wait to read the next two books


    9. Apparently teenage angst overrules a nuclear holocaust Who would have thought I don t care a lot for first person narration and I especially find it confusing when two different characters do it The characters seemed to behave like an adult thinks a kid would behave rather than being really authentic At least this book was short I will read the next book simply because I thought it was the first book and only after I started it, realized it was not.


    10. Wow, that was really good I didn t really know what to expect with this book The cover catches your eye and the blurb sounded really interesting so I thought I d give it a try, I was hooked right away An unthinkable apocalypse has happened and now you re getting to see how different groups of people survive and the struggles they faced I can t wait to start Rain Ruin and find out what happens next.


    11. Really enjoyed every aspect of this book looking forward to being able to read the following ones good characters, well developed that you can connect to, interesting setting even in a common theme already written about frequently, good quality writing I recommend it to all who enjoy post apocalyptic stories


    12. What a great readI don t usually read survival apocalypse type books, but thought I d try one for a change I m so glad I chose this first It s kept me gripped throughout with several characters stories interlinking with each other s There s the usual, goody, buddy and the undecided Can t wait to see what s next Written well.


    13. Snow AshNice to know there is a fully stocked functional redoubt built into a mountain with an AI to boot Otherwise a reasonable disaster novel with interesting characters and plot.


    14. She is a nicer person than I would have beenI probably would have shot Sasha on sight No, not really, but I would have been happy living there by myself without helping anyone Call me a sociopath, but I don t trust very many people.


    15. Riveting It was such and exciting book to read I couldn t put it down I was so nervous about what would happen next that I had to skip ahead and then go back I rarely buy the sequel but I just had to this time.


    16. Wonderful read Can t wait for the next book in this series Kept me up all nightuldn t put it down Thanks Theresa for another great read



    17. GrippingThis is a really good book Very atmospheric and you get story role playing in your head Looking forward to the next one.


    18. Great fast read I want to be with this family when the bomb is dropped Why does evil always come out as people are struggling to survive.


    19. typical end of the world story survival against all odds very bad people vs good decent people was written well I liked it even though this isn t my favorite genre of book



    20. Good readIf you are going to live in a post apocalyptic world, this would be the place to be With the right companionship.


    21. I loved this book.A very well written book with great characters Moves fast If you like end of the world survival books, this one is a must read Onto book 2


    22. I got this book free from eBook Discovery in exchange for an honest review The story unfolds through the eyes of characters who are each 10 when an atomic war breaks out and evidently devastates the world The two are in different family units, and tells the story in different places for the most part for the next 7 years The story moves very qauickly and I found myself sticking with it The book was hard to put down It is the first book in the trilogy and leaves you hanging Good read.


    23. This was my 2nd chance with this author and I ve come to the conclusion that I just don t like her style of writing Like her other book, Land, this one too is just too convenient to be believable I m sorry, I just can t buy the whole story of this underground bunker all set up exactly like her home Way to far fetched for me and I read a ton of Dystopian and Horror The rest of the book was flat and boring.


    24. First, I will say I was immediately pulled into this book from the first line I like it when a book has first line that just stands out.Second, the story was awesome I enjoy post apocalyptic books, and thus one does not disappoint I especially liked the fact that we sort of get to watch these characters grow up It takes place over about seven years, covering the day the world as we know it ends and beyond It isn t just the normal a the world ends and we get the immediate after effects or b a cha [...]


    25. Since I m thinking I m just going to declare this a DNF and stop reading, I ll toss this out here to remember it by.Writing wise, the story is told from the point of view of an 11 in the beginning year old girl and a boy about the same age The writing is very similar between the two points of view It s hard to write first person well for than one person Strike one.Somehow, this book made a nuclear apocalypse seem boring I guess it might be if you were 11 and stuck in a bunker, but still not int [...]


    26. A realistic look at a dark future Well written and thought out It gave me a look at a future I hope never happens.d that look came through the eyes and thoughts of young people caught in disaster.


    27. I read though to the endIt was ok The story was interesting enough that I read the book with some skipping and I might look u the sequel, but I am not too sure that I will.


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