The Silent Land by Graham Joyce
My rating: 5 of 5 stars
Can reading a book like this be considered walking (or skiing) a well-known path when it is, in fact, covered in snow?
White, delicious snow that bruises, locks-in, and blankets you in sweet, sweet comfort just before it kills you?
The answer? Yes. The nature of snow is still the nature of snow and the nature of this story, how well-worn, is still a thing of beauty.
So where am I going with all this? It's simple. It's atmosphere, baby. It's characters. It's going on vacation and finding that time and all other people in the world has gone away. It's about love... and the other thing. :)
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