Snow

Popular Book Snow release None The best Ebook Snow This book threads a thin line between fantastic and spy novel I read it about years ago and I am still enrapted by the descriptions the profoun

Popular Book Snow release None. The best Ebook Snow This book threads a thin line between fantastic and spy novel. I read it about 20 years ago and I am still enrapted by the descriptions, the profound sense of empathy that ms Levin carry in her writing. The two female lead are strong characters, but all the others are well written and each (villains as well as good) carries their own wounds. The snow of the title refers to a bio weapon destroying the tropical forest of a fictional island country, coveted by some superpowers. more later. I am re-reading Snow, and the writing is still powerful. The insight in humans' psyche, the humanist values are embodied at pages 70-72 of my edition, when Saunderson's character explains the hollowness in the tyrants. "unwholesome"

  1. Jenifer Levin is known for her novels Water Dancer nominated for the PEN Hemingway Award , Snow, Shimoni s Lover, The Sea of Light nominated for the Lambda Literary Award in Fiction , and her short story collection Love and Death, Other Disasters Her essays and short fiction are widely anthologized She has also contributed feature articles to the New York Times, The Washington Post, and Rolling Stone, among others One of the first openly gay authors to be published in the mainstream press, The Washington Post named her part of the lesbian literati.Levin graduated from the University of Michigan with a BA in Comparative Literature, subsequently studying Medical Anthropology and South Asian history She traveled widely in Europe and Southeast Asia, lived and worked in Israel, and studied Tibetan Buddhism for 10 years A former competitive swimmer, she has coached women s running and weight training and completed several marathons Levin has two sons whom she adopted as toddlers from Cambodia Her essays about Cambodia a country devastated by war, poverty, and genocide before and after the intervention of the United Nations, and her experiences adopting and raising special needs children, have appeared in several anthologies She and her family live in New York City.

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  1. This book threads a thin line between fantastic and spy novel I read it about 20 years ago and I am still enrapted by the descriptions, the profound sense of empathy that ms Levin carry in her writing The two female lead are strong characters, but all the others are well written and each villains as well as good carries their own wounds The snow of the title refers to a bio weapon destroying the tropical forest of a fictional island country, coveted by some superpowers later I am re reading Sno [...]



  2. One of the few interesting and capable thrillers I ve encountered which is penned by a female author As you go along, you notice that it just doesn t hit the usual notes There are oddities that if you hadn t told me it was written by a woman would have led me to infer that fact The male sensibility just isn t present That being said, none of the twists and characterization Ms Levin introduces, make it a bad read Pretty darn good read, actually While its not really a man s thriller it doesn t hav [...]



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