Sunday, February 8, 2015

Review: As White As Snow

As White As SnowAs White As Snow by Salla Simukka
My rating: 3 of 5 stars

Lumikki has traveled to Prague with the plan to be anonymous. Her number one hope is to let everyone forget what she did to destroy Polar Bear’s crime ring. Her plans are quickly undone when an unknown woman, Lenka, tells her that they are sisters. Lumikki doesn’t believe Lenka, yet something feels right. It doesn’t take long for Lumikki to discover that Lenka’s life is full of secrets and sadness. As Lumikki’s life hangs in the balance, she must use everything she has learned to save herself and those around her.

As White as Snow is the second book in the Lumikki Andersson series. The book is short and the action is quick. These two combinations make this a book that can easily be devoured in one sitting. Simukka does some memory nudging with tidbits of information from the first book. These facts do not distract from the new story and readers will easily fall into this new adventure. This is a good adventure that can quickly be started, finished and moved past.

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