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Full Snow Moon

3.75 of 5 stars 3.75  ·  rating details  ·  8 ratings  ·  6 reviews
Cocky surfer Alex only cares about the future. Who cares about the things of the past like an old house or an old friend? But one February night as he recklessly takes to the road during a snowstorm, he discovers that the past may have some plans for him. When his life is saved by the troubled spirit of a local youth who perished during the historic “Blizzard of 1888,” he ...more
Kindle Edition, 173 pages
Published February 25th 2012 by Bradley Publishing
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What a surprise this book actually turned out to be. When I was first contacted by VBT I was really grabbed by both the title and the cover which I think suits the book perfectly. I was mostly interested in reading it because it sounded like something different and provided a change of pace for me.

Full Snow Moon has elements of historical fiction, and paranormal fiction all mixed in to one neat concise 173 page e-book and it turned out to be pretty good. Since I read a lot in both genres I felt
Ruth Hill
This is a different kind of book than I would normally read in that there are paranormal elements (that I should have been expecting but was not). But there was enough history in tthis book to make it worth the read.

I was most fascinated by the history of the blizzard of 1888 and the Native Americans. In fact, I would have enjoyed more information about both of these. It was clear that the author has done her research. I hope she writes more historical fiction!

There was a part of me that would h
Tracy Riva
Full Snow Moon
By Lisa Begin-Kruysman
Published by Bradley Publishing
ISBN 13: 978-1-938076-04-6

Full Snow Moon is the YA debut of author Lisa Begin-Kruysman and it is everything a good YA book should be. It is filled with modern adventure that begins the night young Alex Van Note wrecks his Jeep in the middle of a snowstorm. Assisting in Alex’s rescue is the ghost of one Eli Hampton who went missing during the Great East Coast Blizzard of 1888. Eli has a mission for Alex, help him get home, unfortu
Tori Ridgewood
I loved this book. I really enjoyed the historical aspect, I liked the mystery, and how the connections from past to present were revealed. It was a satisfying read, and I'm so glad Tara Fox Hall recommended it to me.

As a fan of Laura Ingalls Wilder, this story took me back to the years of my childhood and adolescence when I gobbled up all the "Little House" books I could find. I believe the blizzard Begin-Kruysman refers to is the same that is described by Wilder in "On the Banks of Plum Creek
Tara Hall
I like books that have real history included in a fictional tale, as long as the history doesn’t overwhelm the story plot. I also admit that teen novels are not one of my usual interests. But this wasn’t like the teen novels I remembered reading years ago. I was thoroughly drawn in by Alex, even if I didn’t like him very much at first. I also enjoyed the secondary characters, especially Denis. I liked how the story progressed, and I admit that even thought I knew the plot, I liked that the book ...more
Gabby (What's Beyond Forks?)
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Full Snow Moon was part ghost story part historical fiction. There were segments that grabbed my attention while others kinda dragged for me. As a whole, I had a hard time getting into the story, but I loved the message behind it. I love how it promotes the need to save our historical buildings and landmarks. Even just a house, like the story implies, can carry so much history that we can grab on to and learn from. I feel this message is important to all of us
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