Book Review: November Snow by Shannon. A. Thompson

November snow
Book: November Snow

Author: Shannon A. Thompson

Plot: When Daniel and Serena unite, their accidental relationship becomes the catalyst for a twelve-year war to continue. Exposing the twisted past of a corrupt city, Daniel, Serena, and everyone they know will come together to fight. But Serena has another battle. After a political rumor threatens their lives, Serena must leave her family and join the political front against her will. To survive apart, Daniel has to separate his love from his hatred and join forces with his worst memory to secure Vendona’s war. But very few of them will survive to see the last day. Bad blood or human, a city will burn, snow will fall, and all will be united by catastrophic secrets and irrevocable tragedy.

Rating: 5/5 stars


Short yet an amazing journey

First of all a huge thanks to the author for providing me with the copy of the book and introducing me to such a fantastic series.

I had aptly mentioned that the first book was a great preview to what was coming ahead in the series and true to my words, the second book was not only where you get to see and learn more about the story but sadly it Is also where you would have to part with the series as the second book is the finale for the series.

The second book has a lot more action, twists and turns making it an amazing finale but at the same time makes you wonder why so soon and sudden. Just as with the first book, you get to see more of these characters and fortunately they stay true to themselves and doesn’t undergo drastic changes by the time you pick up the sequel.

The language is satin smooth and the narration quality is what makes the author’s book to die for. The authors’ books are a pleasure to read with focus on narrating the story in its purest and simplest form and because of which the book is a fantastic read.

I loved the series and if I hate anything then it’s the fact that the author ended this series in two books and that to me felt a little early and too soon otherwise it’s a fabulous series