They Came With The Snow
Then it started snowing in May and the grid failed.
Then they came.
Who are they? And what do they want?
Find out in this addicting post-apocalyptic survival horror thriller that will leave you wanting more.
When a mysterious blast goes off in a small college town, triggering a blizzard, the few survivors must decide whether to stay ...more
They Came With the Snow is a short but creepy story. I was concerned it might be a cliffhanger since it was a "part" of a story but thankfully I was wrong. It had a great ending. A unique and creepy short story just right for bedtime reading. ...more
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1.0 out of 5 stars
The beginning put a bad taste in my mouth which only got worse
June 27, 2019
Format: Kindle Edition
Review of Kindle edition
Publication date: March 22, 2017
I'll just skip to the end. The evil government, particularly the military industrial complex, is responsible, deliberately experimenting on U.S. citizens with a miniature apocalypse. Haven't I seen this movie? Gee, don't we all want to live in a country where o ...more
For five weeks after the mysterious blast, Professor Dominic and Naia are trapped and alone on campus.....the white creatures with black eyes always watching.
Attempted escape proves disastrous, but leads to others in hiding resulting in confessions and a bit of hope, but what really happened? A guilt-ridden Dominic loves his wife....needs to see her again....and then......
A creepy but sa...more
I chose it because the snowflakes were falling outside my window and this looked like the right thing to go with the weather and boy, was it ever good!
Snowy apocalypse with some creatures that reminded a bit of zombies. It wasn't overly gory and gruesome but there were a few bloody deaths.
.....and I totally loved the ending! ...more
When an explosion cuts off the residents of a small town and plunges them into an apocalyptic winter, they have no one to call for help and must rely on their own ingenuity. Do they stay where they are? Or do they brave trying to go for help and risk coming up against the strange things that wait in the snow?
I love stories set in wintry landscapes. There’s something about having to battle the elements as well as the horrors pr ...more
It feels too sloppily put together. Some events don't lend themselves to a short story. Maybe that's why I didn't particularly care for this. But I never felt any tension, never cared about any of the characters, and boggled at the whole premise. ...more
The actual story was interesting if a little far fetched but I don't mind lack of realism in this kind of tale. What I didn' ...more
The short story follows a professor and his student with whom he was having an affair. Trapped in a college building, surrounded by black-eyed creatures hiding in the snow, Dominic and Naia are questioning when the time to make a break for it will be. They do ...more
The plot would only be believable to someone who swears to every conspiracy story ever told. I can best describe the characters as cardboard. Any decision any of them make to move the story along could be made by any of them with the exception of the final act by the main character which feels like it was done for the ...more
Loved reading the book, up until that point. After that wasn't so sure then ok, redeemed and on with it, very good at it, them bam!!! Wow what a shock! Very quick read, had me from beginning to end! ...more
Dominic Daniels is a Professor at Community College of Warren, when a flirtatious student prances into his life. Young, beautiful, and filled with a spark his wife Sharron didn't possess anymore, Naia seemed to be a lesson to be learned. A raging, burning passion filled affair, the two shared the secret looks of lovers, but hid it form the world with a professional ease. It wasn't until the Blast, the Event that changed everything occurred and would leave them lost in one anothe ...more
The story itself was okay. It was really too short to develop any real dedication to any of the characters. You don't really care what happens to them because you don't reall ...more
In 58 pages, we're introduced to more than 10 different characters and not given much insight on anyone. In a piece so short, the focus needs to be narrowed. If not by culling characters, then maybe this first installment should've only been abo ...more