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There are many tense scenes in this book, many involving loved ones facing imminent and unnatural deaths. How the characters handle these difficult situations and go forward with a determination to live is part of what makes the story so compelling. One of the things I enjoyed most about this story was the character relationships and how the survivors leaned on each other for emotional support and a push to keep going and fight the evil pulling at them. They faced some intense situations together, had to fight as a group to stay alive, and despite the overwhelming doubt that they would succeed, they persevered. The ending was not what I expected, but I thoroughly appreciated how the author completed the story.
This is one of those books. You just can't put it down. Summers nails an apocalyptic winter.
And only author Kevin Summers and his awesome narrator George Kuch could get me to keep on listening to something that goes from bad to worse and to worse still yet, but hey it was all to those New Englanders, Ayuh!
This really is a awesome book that keeps your interest to the very end no matter what and the audio narrator George Kuch really is wonderful, he did such a great job with all the characters and is just a talented narrator.
I liked the way he flipped between characters; it kept the story fresh.
The characters, themselves, were believable. I've known many a flinty New Englander who reminded me of a couple of the people in the story.
Okay. This wasn't Stephen King. But it was enjoyable.