Book Review

The Ice Child by Evangeline Denmark

As soon as I saw the cover, I was intrigued. I was not disappointed! In this story you quickly fall in love with Sipp, a marked young man in a world which is not forgiving to someone who is different. This novelette is just the right length, because it leaves you wanting more! This is the perfect story for a frosty night, just add blankets and hot chocolate and you are good to go for a good few hours of pure entertainment. Evangeline paints such a vivid, yet repeatable picture of Sipp’s world that you might find yourself adding more blankets, or sitting a little bit closer to the fire. A heartwarming story of hope amidst a harsh cruel world.


book-review-ice-child-meme-and-other-books-copyEvangeline Denmark writes fiction with hints of whimsy, glimmers of fantasy, and strokes of the supernatural. Her debut novel Curio was an RT Reviews Top Pick for February 2016, and USA Today called the world-building “two levels of genius.” She lives in Colorado in a house stuffed full of animals and creative people that would surely go to ruin were it not for the watchful eye of a cattle dog named Willie



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Melony Teague is a Freelance Writer and Columnist who lives in Richmond Hill, Ontario. The Biographer for Portraits of Giving (2014-2016), Aurora Sports Hall of Fame (2015 -2017) and teaches seniors in her community how to write their personal story.

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