Mourning his son after a tragic accident, Staff Sergeant Samuel Mulwrey must command his Army Ranger platoon during cold-weather training in the wintry wilds of Alaska. It's his last chance to pull his troops - and himself - together. After a blinding whiteout separates Mulwrey and three other Rangers from their unit, they seek refuge in what seems like a cheerful, homey chalet nestled in the savage wilderness. Except nothing is as it appears. The place possesses a dark and disturbing history. As the Rangers warm themselves, someone - or something - stalks them all with an unquenchable bloodlust, and the terror won't stop until the blinding snowstorm ends and they all die.
Snow Blind is a taut and suspenseful thriller that keeps the reader's attention with a military flavor, combined in a world that drifts between real and nightmarish horrors, the horrible experiences of the past of characters in the collision point of these two worlds. Masterfully read and rich in macabre imagery, Snow Blind will haunt you like a Steven King classic.
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this book is a great mix of lush language and stark environments, reality and super reality. the author clearly has a grasp of his subject matter and the actors voicing was on point. I really enjoyed the listen!!