How far will you go to save yourself?
Paul Hanson is a father-to-be and future dead-beat dad; traumatised by his past, he’s terrified of becoming a father after his own beat him until he was unilaterally deaf. While working as a freelance cameraman in the Arctic, he’s caught in a blizzard, separated from his crew, and falls into a chasm.
Alone, and waiting for death to come, the demons of his past plague his mind.
But when a young native girl falls into the chasm with him, a race against time ensues. Will Paul get home to his pregnant wife? Will he save the girl who fell in with him? Will the freezing Arctic consume him?
Paul must learn how to accept responsibility and what it takes to give your life for a child.
????? ‘Preying on some of my worst fears, something extremely dark drew me into the pages of Feral Snow and pulled me under, keeping me there until the very last page… leaving me an emotional wreck at the end’ – Sharon Bairden, author of Sins of the Father
‘Chills a-plenty… a promising debut’ – Matt Wesolowski, author of the Six Stories series
????? ‘Feral Snow is an incredible book… I didn’t want to stop reading’ – The Book Lover’s Boudoir
????? ‘This is definitely going to be one of my favourite reads of this year’ – Nicki’s Life of Crime
????? ‘… What a powerful, emotive and gritty story’ – The Fallen Librarian
????? ‘This book will send shivers down you spine…’ – What Do I Read Now
????? ‘It’s hard to believe that Feral Snow is the author’s debut novel as the writing is so accomplished’ – Cal Turner’s Reviews
???? ‘Tense and gripping… a powerful debut’ – The Book Magnet
????? ‘I’ve continued to think about this book long after reading’ – Over the Rainbow Book Blog