Lost In The Snow Vol. 1

Lost In The Snow Vol Heavy snow falls over a forest of men struck down in a bloody battle between noble brothers The young victor wounded and near death is discovered by one of his own nameless soldiers and carried to

  • Title: Lost In The Snow Vol. 1
  • Author: Velvet Toucher
  • ISBN: 9781943695003
  • Page: 392
  • Format: Paperback
  • Heavy snow falls over a forest of men, struck down in a bloody battle between noble brothers The young victor, wounded and near death, is discovered by one of his own nameless soldiers and carried to safety an isolated cabin on a lonely mountain This small comfortable peasants home becomes a refuge for the unlikely pair as winter closes in around them.As their snowbouHeavy snow falls over a forest of men, struck down in a bloody battle between noble brothers The young victor, wounded and near death, is discovered by one of his own nameless soldiers and carried to safety an isolated cabin on a lonely mountain This small comfortable peasants home becomes a refuge for the unlikely pair as winter closes in around them.As their snowbound days and nights pass, the noble recovers and begins to learn that he and this lowly soldier share a forgotten past Despite their disparity in social status, the two trapped men find themselves inexorably drawn to each other by a force far stronger than the laws of man or nature Soon they become torn between a sense of duty and a desire to stay frozen in time.

    One thought on “Lost In The Snow Vol. 1”

    1. 4.0 StarsYeah, I think I am going to want to find the print edition of this book so I can study the illustrations more closely. For science.

    2. Reeeeaaad these. She has them online for free @velvettouchercomic.tumblr/ and lostinthesnowackjeeves/ I own the physical copies though. Random story time: back before I published Beautiful Monsters, she was looking for someone to help out with dialogue. I totally wanted the job! So I emailed her, but I never heard back. *sob* Still love her though and am eagerly awaiting more.

    3. Pretty good. Only two distrations: some of the art was diffult to interpret; I found some pictures that were just incomprehensible and had to just shrug and move on. Second Dunestan, the mostly unnamed character who's name you only learn via the series title, was getting very tedious with the refusals. We got the idea the first (several) time(s) he spoke up. We got it, move on with the story.

    4. I read the first chapter last year or the year before. Today I read the whole lot again plus the third chapter. I can't get enough, and I would so love to read what happens next. Love it.

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