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Publisher's Summary

Blood and Snow 1 (Books 1-4) contains: Blood and Snow, Revenant in Training, The Vampire Christopher, and Blood Soaked Promises

"Lips red as rubies, hair dark as night. Drink your true love's blood, become the Vampire, Snow White."

Every thousand years, the vampire queen selects a new body, always the fairest in the land, and this time she's chosen Snow White. 

Blood and Snow: Snow White lives in Salem, Massachusetts, with her dad, stepmother, and her cat, Gatsby. Her entire life she's been teased for her fairy tale name, and the fact that her seven best friends happen to be guys whose names begin with the same letters as the seven dwarves. 

Everything changes on a trip into Boston, where an unseen stranger bites her, and she's transformed into something not quite human. 

Revenant in Training: Snow has been transformed into a revenant - not quite human and not quite vampire. She must discover how to live with the changes, hopefully without killing anyone. 

The Vampire Christopher: As a revenant, Snow White craves blood. Especially the blood of her Hunter. But will drinking from him save or enslave her? 

Blood Soaked Promises: Snow White must come to terms with her bloodlust. It's one thing to drink the blood of her Hunter, something else entirely to drink the blood of a human. 

©2012 RaShelle Workman (P)2014 Polished Pen Press Corp

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Snow is REAL!

What made the experience of listening to Blood and Snow, Books 1-4 the most enjoyable?

The narrator was abaolutely amazing, I personally loved how she changed her voice for each character, and she seemed to get into the book and really enjoyed it.

Who was your favorite character and why?

Snow... Duh?! She's the main character of course ;)

Which scene was your favorite?

My favorite scene was when she was first bitten and she described the scents, sounds, and feelings... it was all very descriptive

Did you have an extreme reaction to this book? Did it make you laugh or cry?

I did, I laughed here and there, especially at Snow's inner dialog

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One fantastic storyline.

If you could sum up Blood and Snow, Books 1-4 in three words, what would they be?

Awesome, Stupendus, Entertaining.

What was one of the most memorable moments of Blood and Snow, Books 1-4?

When Professor Pops held Snow and comforted her and it reminded her of her Dad and how long it had been since he held her like that.

Which scene was your favorite?

When Snow was in the girls bathroom and Dorian went in to check on her. He offered her some of his blood and Cindy walked in and almost caught them.

Was there a moment in the book that particularly moved you?

At the end of book 4 when Snow thinks she killed Gabe. I wanted to run screaming with her.

Any additional comments?

This is a wonderful series of books. It starts off a little slow but it picks up and gets awesome. Put on your headphones close your eyes and listen. You will be able to watch a movie behind your eyelids.

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IT CAME TO LIFE

Would you recommend this audiobook to a friend? If so, why?

I would definitely recommend this book in audio form for those who enjoy hearing what they read come to life

What was one of the most memorable moments of Blood and Snow, Books 1-4?

the scene with Abernathy the dragon

What does Rosanna Weigant bring to the story that you wouldn’t experience if you just read the book?

a voice for the characters

Did you have an extreme reaction to this book? Did it make you laugh or cry?

nope

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Well done

What made the experience of listening to Blood and Snow, Books 1-4 the most enjoyable?

Possibly the best read independently published book on audible (except Hugh Howey). You get exactly what you are promised--must read tv. The episodes are compelling and interesting. I'd totally buy the next one.

What did you like best about this story?

I liked the weaving of vampires and fairy tales.

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Well put together

Snow, that's her name. After listening there's no doubt this is a twisted vampire version of the fairy tale Snow White. In this story Snow is a teen, she doesn't get along well with her parents and spends more time at "the boys" house across the street. The neighbors are a father and his sons. One of which she has a crush on. Of course she has a special gift of sorts. It's a typical YA but its subtle differences made it very enjoyable.

The characters are developed well. Snow has a lot of internal thinking going on which made me laugh several times. The plot is well developed and the story has a nice flow. This is my first time reading anything by this author and this narrator. In fact I'm pretty sure I picked this up on an audio upgrade hunt. This story is a gem!

If you're looking for several hours of teen entertainment that isn't cookie cutter this is a great one to take a chance on.

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The story was good, but...

The story wasn't bad, intriguing even, but the woman reading the book sounded like a bored, slightly drunk Valley girl and there wasn't much variation in her voice when it came to characters, except the female best friend, Cindy. She sounded like the stereotype of a stuck up cheerleader half the time.

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Narration was horrible

The narrator sounded like a schoolgirl having to read out loud class. I couldn't even listen for more than the first few minutes. I'll try to read later.

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Read it DON'T listen to it

I think the story was ok. but the girl who read it for audible sounded like she was stoned. I kept zoning out, having to rewind to see what I missed. Really too bad, because I don't think I want to finish the story.

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it's an all right story that's about it

didn't care too much for the narrator you can tell if she was reading the story

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Worst narrator ever! Seriously!

I listen to a lot of audio books, but I couldn't go further than the first 30 mins. Horrible narration.