The Color of Snow by: Brenda Stanley

Title: The Color of Snow
Author: Brenda Stanley
Publisher: Tribute Books
Format: ebook
Source: Tribute Books Book Tour

Description:

When a beautiful 16-year-old girl named Sophie is found sequestered in a cage-like room in a rundown house in the desolate hills of Arbon Valley, Idaho, the entire community is shocked to learn she is the legendary Callidora–a baby girl who was kidnapped from her crib almost seventeen years ago and canonized in missing posters with portraits of what the fabled girl might resemble. Authorities soon learn that the cage was there to protect people from Sophie, because her biological father believes she is cursed.

Sophie is discovered after the man she knows as Papa, shoots and injures Damien, a young man who is trying to rescue her. Now, unsocialized and thrust into the world, and into a family she has never met, Sophie must decide whether she should accept her Papa’s claims that she is cursed and he was only trying to protect others, or trust the new people in her life who have their own agendas. Guided by a wise cousin, Sophie realizes that her most heartbreaking challenge is to decide if her love for Damien will destroy him like her Papa claims, or free her from past demons that haunt her mind.

My Thoughts:

What a gripping story.  This one grabs you from the first page.  When Sophie is found living with her father in a cage of a bedroom it’s up to the police to rescue her from her father.  Everything Sophie has known has been turned upside down.  She has been taught to not get close with anyone due to a curse, what she doesn’t know is that tragedy strikes everyone.  You also learn about a relationship between Luke and Vee who ultimately are Sophie’s parents you also learn about mistakes everyone made in life.  Sophie finds solace with her cousin Stephanie.  Stephanie shows Sophie that the world is hers and she needs to make herself free of her crazy upbringing.

Sophie learns alot about the people around her who have left the world at different times.  She learns that simple explanations were not given would have made Sophie feel not so freakish.  She also ends up falling in love with the boy her father shot Damien whom she had been friends with for a long time.  About how he never gave up on her even when she pushes him aside.

This was a great journey for Sophie and I felt like I was right next to her.  It was a great book full of mystery and parts left made you wonder how crazy some people can be.  Definitely a book for those ya junkies!  Loved it!

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One thought on “The Color of Snow by: Brenda Stanley

  1. Tribute Books July 17, 2012 at 4:53 pm Reply

    Paula, I’m so glad you enjoyed this one. I thought you would *fingers crossed* and I know Brenda will be delighted to read your thoughts about her book.

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