Thursday, July 13, 2017

Project Snow by Cherita Smith

SciFi Fairy Tale Short Story
I read Project Snow by Cherita Smith in one sitting. It is a science fiction, dark fairy tale, short story that is approximately 36 pages in length.

I was able to download Project Snow by Cherita Smith for FREE to my Kindle from Amazon.

Below is my honest, unbiased review of Project Snow by Cherita Smith.

I love the cover art for this short story! I think the cover for Project Snow is one of the most beautiful book or short story covers on a book I've read this year.

As far as, Project Snow by Cherita Smith goes. I thought it was okay. The writing wasn't all that captivating or engaging. The storyline felt very predictable to me for the most part. The ending and the epilogue had a gap in the storyline, which made the story feel jarring and odd. I just don't understand the 4 star average customer rating for Project Snow by Cherita Smith on Amazon.

The following is a plot summary for Project Snow by Cherita Smith from Amazon:
Snow White meets genetic engineering in this captivating blend of science fiction & dark fairy tale that will hook you from the very first line...
Like most engineered kids, Amara can't wait to turn sixteen. Sixteen means confirmation of immunity to the aging infection that plagues mankind. And confirmation means freedom, leaving behind the quarantine of the Tower for a new life in the city — no filtration veils required.
But the queen has other plans. The queen is dying and needs a new heart. Daughter or not, Amara's will do. With her mother out to destroy her, Amara can't afford misplaced trust. A Guardsman wants to help save her, but is it for love or a dark plan of his own?
I am giving Project Snow by Cherita Smith a rating of 2 stars out of 5 stars.

Until my next post, happy reading!

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