‘Dead Snow’ is now getting great reviews and 4.5 stars on Amazon!

Here is some of the feedback I’m getting about the book:

“… This novel is intriguing. It’s about a future dystopia and the race to change it. Its definitely a book for techies, who will enjoy the web-based plot elements.”

“… Tightly-plotted fast-paced hard SF thriller… pulls the reader forwards at a fast pace… I enjoyed this, and finished it in a single sitting. Let’s have another one soon please, Mr Russell!”

“… If you liked the Matrix, you will love this book. You only have to read the 1st chapter to get hooked. I couldn’t put it down. Really well written & original.”

Aerial view of glacier. Southern Alps, West Coast, South Island, New Zealand.

I also received this feedback by email from an ARC reader:

“… The story is adventurous, starting out in the slums surrounding the Ramsgate ‘Plex … and ending eventually in the Antarctic tundra… the story reveals the author’s strong interest in cold geo-scapes; his enthusiasm shines through in the creation of a deeply inhospitable terrain with which the characters interact appropriately. I felt the impulse to reach for a jumper and a mug of something hot to drink frequently.

Dead Snow reveals the author’s scope of imagination and explores some truly fantastic ideas. I really felt a passion for the sci-fi genre within the words and a sense of joy in the freedom to create. I enjoyed reading it and would recommend it to any sci-fi aficionado.”

I’m really proud of the feedback and pleased that the book is slowly finding an audience. I’m now starting an online marketing push to share the reviews and hopefully drive more sales!

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