‘Till The Last Snowflake Falls || Book Review.

Hello people. How are you all??? I know it’s been long and I know I have been MIA but I stated the reasons in the last book review. Those who want to know how we are doing, well we are doing fine. My grandmother is out and the self-isolation is over but she is still weak and I am still kind of handling the house plus my work so it’s still a little messy, I expect everything to get back to normal by Monday so that’s kind of hopeful right now. So yeah that’s about it. Let’s not waste time and start the review, shall we???

•Book Description:

Author: Al E. Boy.

Publisher: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform.

Genre: Middle Grade.

Pages: 304 pages.

Series: Adventures Of The Fawn.

Time: 8 hours 45 mins.

Publishing / Published: 21st September 2014.

•Official Summary:

Legendary reindeer,Comet and Vixen, have a daughter named Fawn. Fawn yearns to explore the world outside Santa’s Village, but her parents tell her she’s much too young to go off by herself.

“I want some fun and excitement! I don’t care how dangerous it is!”

When the young reindeer utters these words, and begins sneaking out each day…she has no idea what’s in store for her!

Along the way, Fawn does make friends with a snow bunny and a short snowman…Snowboy. But all is not so rosy, as she comes to realize the dangers her parents warned her about, are actually very, very real!

Hungry, wild animals, a deadly North Pole blizzard, and dangerous strangers capturing animals to sell to a New York City zoo are just some of the situations she’s going to have to face.

•Critics Ratings.

Amazon: 💙4.5/5 Stars💙.

Goodreads: 💙4.4/5 Stars💙.

Taken from Respective Sources.

• My Ratings.

• Review.

This book had me swooning over it. ‘Till The Last Snowflake Falls by Al E. Boy is an interesting story about a baby reindeer named Fawn who wants to explore the world and sneaks out despite the warning of her parents about the dangers of the outside world. As she keeps on exploring she realizes that her parents were right and she has to overcome those obstacles with the help of her new friends; Snowboy and Bunny.

I loved this book. The characters, the storyline, the writing, everything was so nicely done. I just loved reading the book and I ended up finishing it in 1 day. The book had precise and crisp writing. The book has an easy vocabulary that is suitable for young kids and also is a great read for adults who feel stressed and want to read a nice book.

Each character in this book had a role of their own to play. The development was so nicely done. The friendship elements were flawlessly built and I  could connect to all the characters well. My favorite character except Fawn was Snowboy. The descriptions were given in limit, no more no less making this book a great read for me as I dislike over descriptive books.

The storyline was fun to read and also had a great moral. It was such a smooth story with a perfect moral that I wanted to keep on reading it but unfortunately, the book got over. The plot was crisp, on point, and perfect to make children understand that it doesn’t matter if animals can speak or not, they are also living beings and they also deserve to live without the fear of getting hunted and killed or trapped and kept in a zoo.

Overall this story had my heart. The story is unique with easy writing that is suitable for all ages and has some great characters that are properly developed while giving out a good moral for children.

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One response to “‘Till The Last Snowflake Falls || Book Review.”

  1. Looks like a nice read for young children.
    Best wishes, Pete. xx


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