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Infatuation: The Story of the Snow Queen

4.0 of 5 stars 4.00  ·  rating details  ·  13 ratings  ·  6 reviews
Kay and his sister Grace lose each other outside the Garden of Remembrance, a place where those seeking their loved ones gather to see if they have returned. Caught by a gale of Snow Bees, Kay is blown into the arms of the mysterious Snow Queen. They set off toward a fabled ice tower, on a journey that could change their lives and the world forever.
Paperback, Limited Edition, 265 pages
Published September 14th 2012 by Horrified Press (first published August 29th 2012)
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Shamus McCarty
3.5 Stars

Ok, let’s just get the stuff I didn't like about this book out of the way first.

1. The male lead in this book is appropriately named Kay, because he acts like a teenage girl for the first half of the book. It drove me friggin nuts. There was a whole chapter early in the beginning of the book where Kay and his new crush from a few hours earlier told each other, very poetically, how much they loved each other… over and over and over and...

I HATE that shit! God damn, it was like listenin
Patrick D'Orazio
Infatuation: The Story of Snow Queen by Nathan J.D.L. Rowark is not a story that is all that easy to describe. In fact, for my period of reading at the beginning of this saga I wasn’t sure I quite understood what was going on in this fantastical tale of love, lust, and revolution, and wondered if I ever would.
The story begins with the introduction of Kay and Grace, a brother and sister who are in the Garden of Remembrance when a flight of snow bees separate them. This is a place where loved ones
Salima Korri
A huge thank you to NATHAN ROWARK for sending me the book!

Firstly, let me just say that I am not very fond of the cover and binding but I hope that this book becomes well known and has a real publisher of it's own like Harper Collins because it really deserves an award for writing.

Infatuation is a story about obsession and passion. It takes on a different perspective on love and what it takes to risk being with the one you love. I loved it.

Just by reading the first few chapters, a lot of fast p
Micheal Vincent
Oct 04, 2012 Micheal Vincent rated it 5 of 5 stars  ·  review of another edition
Recommends it for: science-fiction, fantasy, horror fans
When I first picked this one up, I was unsure if I would like it. A horror story set in the future, based on the stories of HCA? I was pleasantly surprised. The story starts with a brother and sister, Kay & Grace, finding themselves under attack from giant snow bees. These turn out to be the genetic experiments of Reneta Joon, a crazy catholic physicist, who has developed a way for Londoners in the Christian empire to become undead. The principle characters of the story are either living, de ...more
InD'tale Magazine
Although submitted under the genre of paranormal, this novel seems much more science fiction.

Read full review in the 2012 November issue of InD’tale Magazine.
For a full review please see the November issue of InD'Tale Magazine. 2 stars.
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Nathan J.D.L.Rowark lives in London.He writes horror stories and hopes to become a literary terror writer.
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