“. . . the action is thrilling, especially when Gen speeds through the ice and fog in a snowmobile and drives a truck up lonely dangerous hills, searching for closure and for a sense of her own true self.”

“This well written, thought-provoking novel will ring true even for those who have not lost someone close. It is a soul searching quest that makes readers think about what is important and the steps needed to take charge of one’s life. A worthwhile purchase for most collections.”
Library Journal

“Gen’s first-person account is harrowing. . . . readers will keep hoping along with Gen that her family will make it through their trauma.”

Horn Book

“The brutal realities of a Maine winter offer a vivid backdrop for this powerful, beautifully written novel of coming of age, and dealing with tragedy.” 
Buffalo News

“Les Becquets expertly crafts her tale; her narrative is as crisp and invigorating as a winter’s day. No wonder she’s touted as a ‘writer to watch’ by Publisher’s Weekly.”
New Hampshire Magazine

“The exterior world of ice and snow matches the interior of Genesis’s struggle. She is frozen in uncertainty, waiting for the thaw – and the author does an excellent job of meshing the two.”

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