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Watermelon Snow

Written by: William A. Liggett
Narrated by: Erin Bennett
Length: 8 hrs and 55 mins

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Deep within the melting Blue Glacier in the Washington wilderness, climate scientist Dr. Kate Landry makes a remarkable discovery. Needing to conceal it from colleagues too eager to steal her work, she must distract the behavioral scientist NASA sends to study her team.

From the moment he sets foot on the ice, Dr. Grant Poole finds himself in a strange world of unexpected beauty but fraught with extreme dangers he has tried his whole life to avoid. Greeted with suspicion, he soon realizes Kate is hiding something.

When a mysterious illness strikes her crew and an intense storm engulfs their tiny research station, Kate can no longer shield the truth from Grant. Thrown together in a struggle to survive, they are trapped between keeping Kate's secret and protecting the lives of thousands, even millions.

Time is running out. Can they find a way to save everyone and still preserve Kate's discovery?

Includes special bonus note read by the author.

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  • Shawn Oueinsteen
  • 25-12-18

Excitement but Not Much Else

Erin Bennett, the reader, shows great talent. The author does not. The book starts with telling outright, rather than showing, that two characters are desperate for romance. These are major characters who are poorly developed, and yet dislikable. Then the book gets exciting due to people constantly slipping and almost falling down cliffs to their death. That's repeated and repeated, but it is exciting. The book starts very preachy about global warming, but then ignores it. The romance at the end is not believable. The plot, overall is not believable. Global warming books need to pull at heartstrings, not turn stomachs.

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  • Daniel
  • 09-11-18

Great adventure

Excellent book with compelling characters and beautiful, unique settings (especially the glacier). The book seemed very well researched and I appreciated the environmental facts sprinkled throughout the story. The reader is entertaining and brings the story to life. I highly recommend it!

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  • TJ
  • 10-03-19

Fast read that kept my attention

I loved the premise of this book. But the heroinne’s lack of professionalism in the handling of a scientific discovery that could endanger so many really bothered me. She seemed a bit villainess which made the ending too sugary for me.

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  • Amazon Customer
  • 14-11-18

Not that exciting.

Good but not great. Kate is definitely not the most likeable character and sometimes I very much disliked her.

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