Snowblind

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10 thoughts on “Snowblind

  1. Char Char says:

    Four friends get together for their annual hunting trip in the mountains Except this time, there is a blizzard And something else Something terrifying.This was a quick read The tension constantly builds and builds throughout the story and then WHAM The ending is like a punch in the gut I just love stories like this If you like to have your breath taken away by a story, then I recommend you try this one.


  2. Lisa Lisa says:

    This book was awesome fast paced action from the start to finish it did not stop.Four friends set off on their annual hunting trip to the mountains everything was going okay until they heard a noise which sounded like a bear growling but soundedthreatening the way they were killed was terrifying only leaving one left at the end.The tension kept building chapter by chapter i could not put it down a well written novel by Michael Macbride.Will readof his books loved this


  3. Luvtoread Luvtoread says:

    This was such an intense and scary ride into horror I loved it for all the great elements a horror story should be This was a lot of fun to read but in a dark, spooky way The wonderful descriptive writing had me, and I was experiencing the frigid snow storm and feeling the fear that was present in the characters What a delight I I am so looking forward to book two I highly recommend this book and rated it 4 frozen stars


  4. Ɗẳɳ 2.☊ Ɗẳɳ 2.☊ says:

    He repeats three words over and over in his mind Forward.Down.Help.They are the only conscious thoughts he s capable of forming, the residue of the plan he formed when he set out He had known at the time that it really wasn t much of a plan, but its simplicity was what had allowed him to survive beyond the point when his faculties abandoned him As long as he continued to move forward and follow the mountainous topography ever downward, he would eventually find a cabin or a town or someplace wh He repeats three words over and over in his mind Forward.Down.Help.They are the only conscious thoughts he s capable of forming, the residue of the plan he formed when he set out He had known at the time that it really wasn t much of a plan, but its simplicity was what had allowed him to survive beyond the point when his faculties abandoned him As long as he continued to move forward and follow the mountainous topography ever downward, he would eventually find a cabin or a town or someplace where he would be able to find help And they would definitely help him especially when he showed them what he had tucked under his jacket, against his chest. Snowblind is a story of four friends on their annual excursion into the Colorado Rockies They like to call it an elk hunt, but it s essentially just an excuse to check out of their real lives for a week, catch up with old friends, drink and reminisce about the glory days This year trouble finds them, when one of the boys slips down a hillside and shatters his leg Then compounds, during the rescue effort, when scattered flurries build into a full blown blizzard They soon find themselves lost in whiteout conditions, but are fortunate to stumble upon an abandoned cabin offering some temporary shelter from the storm However, the storm and the broken leg are the least of their troubles, when something far, far worse lurks out there in the dark.I sought out this novella as a mental respite from the dog days of summer It s amazing how the mind works perusing the pages I swear I could feel every bit of that biting cold and swirling blizzard The fantastic opening chapter throws you right into the action Although there were plenty of hints as to what might be terrorizing our group, the author smartly kept that terror hidden through most of the story Unfortunately, with only minimal character development, I was never really invested in anyone s ultimate survival, thus my interest level waned in parts But McBride was able to reel me back in somewhat, with a terrific conclusion. Shadows race toward him He hears the clatter of plates and the thunder of footsteps on his way down Voices everywhere loud, penetrating but he doesn t understand the words.Forward has served him well and fades from the repetition.Down vanishes when he hits the tiled floor.He is left with help and he knows how to receive it.He opens his jacket and his proof falls to the floor with a thud.There is a long moment of silence.And then the screaming begins


  5. Richard Richard says:

    When Snowblind begins, it wastes absolutely no time and throws you right into the terror drops you right in the middle of three college buddies helping their friend who s been injured on their annual elk hunting trip in the Colorado Rockies They end up off the usual trail and soon they are fighting for their lives while being hunted by an unseen force in the raging blizzard.I really wanted a fast moving, exciting creature feature and I got that andwith this novella What I wasn t expecti When Snowblind begins, it wastes absolutely no time and throws you right into the terror drops you right in the middle of three college buddies helping their friend who s been injured on their annual elk hunting trip in the Colorado Rockies They end up off the usual trail and soon they are fighting for their lives while being hunted by an unseen force in the raging blizzard.I really wanted a fast moving, exciting creature feature and I got that andwith this novella What I wasn t expecting was how well written it was I was impressed by the skill Michael McBride showed at setting up a potent atmosphere almost immediately through his prose The never ending snow, the biting cold, the deep dark, I felt it all And the tension is maintained almost throughout the book entirely, never letting up The creatures stalking our characters are wisely kept unseen for most of the book, adding to the suspense and the experience Although I felt that the climax section of the book got a bit repetitive, I still felt like I needed a box of popcorn and a bag of Sour Patch Kids for this exciting horror matinee


  6. (shan) Littlebookcove (shan) Littlebookcove says:

    There s something in the woods not just one or two, but a whole pack of them Something that was once thought of as a myth, but is very much alive and out for their blood.The hunter s are about to become hunted.Right away I found the tension hit me this is a fast pace of a tale There are some really scary moment s in this book that hits you, and Michael McBride really set s the tone in the beginning of the book It s a short tale, but packed full with Intense moment s you can t help rooting for There s something in the woods not just one or two, but a whole pack of them Something that was once thought of as a myth, but is very much alive and out for their blood.The hunter s are about to become hunted.Right away I found the tension hit me this is a fast pace of a tale There are some really scary moment s in this book that hits you, and Michael McBride really set s the tone in the beginning of the book It s a short tale, but packed full with Intense moment s you can t help rooting for the char s The end gave me a bit of a what I wasn t expecting that But that said I couldn t put this book down Highly recommended p.s wrap up warm while reading this book


  7. Paul Nelson Paul Nelson says:

    Snowblind is a story that focuses on four ex college buddies that go on an annual Elk hunt in the Rockies, for some it s a chance to cling frantically to a youth that s long been left behind, for others it s another chance to remember a past semblance of humanity long gone, they all have a reason for making this trip and for them all it s about to turn into something terrifying, they are about to become the hunted.A novella that almost immediately starts to ramp up the tension and never lets up, Snowblind is a story that focuses on four ex college buddies that go on an annual Elk hunt in the Rockies, for some it s a chance to cling frantically to a youth that s long been left behind, for others it s another chance to remember a past semblance of humanity long gone, they all have a reason for making this trip and for them all it s about to turn into something terrifying, they are about to become the hunted.A novella that almost immediately starts to ramp up the tension and never lets up, a freezing blizzard that makes conditions unbearable and a refuge that s horrifyingly been used before There are some genuinely scary moments in an incredible build up and proof that s it schilling and suspenseful when you lay off the detail for as long as possible, makes the reveal thathard hitting The ending was torture you ve gotta feel for the guy, survives a harrowing near death experience and Read it, you ll steer clear of the Rockies for sure


  8. Andi Rawson Andi Rawson says:

    Review of Snowblind by Michael McBride Forward Down Help Four long time friends trek into the Rocky Mountain for their annual elk hunting trip It isn t long before they find out that they are not alone and that something is huntingthemAdd in a near white out blizzard and hell just froze over This fast paced novella from Michael McBride is all adrenaline, no frills and well worth your time Review of Snowblind by Michael McBride Forward Down Help Four long time friends trek into the Rocky Mountain for their annual elk hunting trip It isn t long before they find out that they are not alone and that something is hunting i them i Add in a near white out blizzard and hell just froze over This fast paced novella from Michael McBride is all adrenaline, no frills and well worth your time


  9. Michael Hicks Michael Hicks says:

    I have a bit OK,than a bit of a soft spot for horror stories set in frigid, snowy climes, where our plucky band of survivors are picked off one by one by mysterious entities When they re done with as much skill as demonstrated in this work from Michael McBride, I really cannot help but fall in love all over again with this particular subset of the horror genre The writing is crisp and economical, the gore is nicely realized, and the atmosphere is frighteningly realized There s a dictu I have a bit OK,than a bit of a soft spot for horror stories set in frigid, snowy climes, where our plucky band of survivors are picked off one by one by mysterious entities When they re done with as much skill as demonstrated in this work from Michael McBride, I really cannot help but fall in love all over again with this particular subset of the horror genre The writing is crisp and economical, the gore is nicely realized, and the atmosphere is frighteningly realized There s a dictum in writing that demands show, don t just tell, and, in regards to the primary threat of Snowblind, McBride nails that here Neither the readers nor the protagonists know quite what they re up against until fairly late in the book, which makes it all the scarier We re in this together with these four friends, lost in the woods after a hunting mishap and finding refuge in an old, abandoned cabin, forced to fill in the blanks of what, exactly, is out there McBride gives us a few hints before the big unveiling, which is a neat little twist.Throughout, we re kept in a constant state of suspense that fires the pages forward, one after the other If it weren t for the demands of my bill paying job, I would have easily read this in one sitting The story is just so propulsive that it s impossible to break away from it unless life gets in the way and absolutely demands it


  10. Shawn Thornton Shawn Thornton says:

    This was my first Michael McBride novel I love a good horror story set in the snow with a monster involved and this is exactly what I got here, my only problem with this novel was that it was very short however I just discovered there is a part two So happy fucking days


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Snowblind ❴Reading❵ ➿ Snowblind Author Michael McBride – Polishdarling.co.uk They come at night ForwardA stranger staggers out of the wilderness under the cover of a blizzard and stumbles into a diner full of people He collapses in the entryway, unzips his jacket, and allows t They come at night ForwardA stranger staggers out of the wilderness under the cover of a blizzard and stumbles into a diner full of people He collapses in the entryway, unzips his jacket, and allows the object hidden inside to fall out Screaming commences DownFour old college buddies embark upon their annual elk hunting trip into the Rocky Mountains This promises to be their last, for the passage of time is as merciless and unpredictable as the Colorado weather And they re not alone HelpThere are other hunters in the mountains, stalking game of a different breed They know exactly what they re doing, because they ve been hunting in these woods for a long, long time And no one ever survives to betray their existence.

    Snowblind PDF ï Kindle Edition the object hidden inside to fall out Screaming commences DownFour old college buddies embark upon their annual elk hunting trip into the Rocky Mountains This promises to be their last, for the passage of time is as merciless and unpredictable as the Colorado weather And they re not alone HelpThere are other hunters in the mountains, stalking game of a different breed They know exactly what they re doing, because they ve been hunting in these woods for a long, long time And no one ever survives to betray their existence."/>
  • Kindle Edition
  • 212 pages
  • Snowblind
  • Michael McBride
  • English
  • 28 November 2019

About the Author: Michael McBride

Michael McBride was born in Colorado and still resides in the shadow of the Rocky Mountains He hates the snow, but loves the Avalanche He works with medical radiation, yet somehow managed to produce five children, none of whom, miraculously, have tails, third eyes, or other random mutations He writes fiction that runs the gamut from thriller to horror to science fictionand loves every minute of it.



10 thoughts on “Snowblind

  1. Char Char says:

    Four friends get together for their annual hunting trip in the mountains Except this time, there is a blizzard And something else Something terrifying.This was a quick read The tension constantly builds and builds throughout the story and then WHAM The ending is like a punch in the gut I just love stories like this If you like to have your breath taken away by a story, then I recommend you try this one.


  2. Lisa Lisa says:

    This book was awesome fast paced action from the start to finish it did not stop.Four friends set off on their annual hunting trip to the mountains everything was going okay until they heard a noise which sounded like a bear growling but soundedthreatening the way they were killed was terrifying only leaving one left at the end.The tension kept building chapter by chapter i could not put it down a well written novel by Michael Macbride.Will readof his books loved this


  3. Luvtoread Luvtoread says:

    This was such an intense and scary ride into horror I loved it for all the great elements a horror story should be This was a lot of fun to read but in a dark, spooky way The wonderful descriptive writing had me, and I was experiencing the frigid snow storm and feeling the fear that was present in the characters What a delight I I am so looking forward to book two I highly recommend this book and rated it 4 frozen stars


  4. Ɗẳɳ 2.☊ Ɗẳɳ 2.☊ says:

    He repeats three words over and over in his mind Forward.Down.Help.They are the only conscious thoughts he s capable of forming, the residue of the plan he formed when he set out He had known at the time that it really wasn t much of a plan, but its simplicity was what had allowed him to survive beyond the point when his faculties abandoned him As long as he continued to move forward and follow the mountainous topography ever downward, he would eventually find a cabin or a town or someplace wh He repeats three words over and over in his mind Forward.Down.Help.They are the only conscious thoughts he s capable of forming, the residue of the plan he formed when he set out He had known at the time that it really wasn t much of a plan, but its simplicity was what had allowed him to survive beyond the point when his faculties abandoned him As long as he continued to move forward and follow the mountainous topography ever downward, he would eventually find a cabin or a town or someplace where he would be able to find help And they would definitely help him especially when he showed them what he had tucked under his jacket, against his chest. Snowblind is a story of four friends on their annual excursion into the Colorado Rockies They like to call it an elk hunt, but it s essentially just an excuse to check out of their real lives for a week, catch up with old friends, drink and reminisce about the glory days This year trouble finds them, when one of the boys slips down a hillside and shatters his leg Then compounds, during the rescue effort, when scattered flurries build into a full blown blizzard They soon find themselves lost in whiteout conditions, but are fortunate to stumble upon an abandoned cabin offering some temporary shelter from the storm However, the storm and the broken leg are the least of their troubles, when something far, far worse lurks out there in the dark.I sought out this novella as a mental respite from the dog days of summer It s amazing how the mind works perusing the pages I swear I could feel every bit of that biting cold and swirling blizzard The fantastic opening chapter throws you right into the action Although there were plenty of hints as to what might be terrorizing our group, the author smartly kept that terror hidden through most of the story Unfortunately, with only minimal character development, I was never really invested in anyone s ultimate survival, thus my interest level waned in parts But McBride was able to reel me back in somewhat, with a terrific conclusion. Shadows race toward him He hears the clatter of plates and the thunder of footsteps on his way down Voices everywhere loud, penetrating but he doesn t understand the words.Forward has served him well and fades from the repetition.Down vanishes when he hits the tiled floor.He is left with help and he knows how to receive it.He opens his jacket and his proof falls to the floor with a thud.There is a long moment of silence.And then the screaming begins


  5. Richard Richard says:

    When Snowblind begins, it wastes absolutely no time and throws you right into the terror drops you right in the middle of three college buddies helping their friend who s been injured on their annual elk hunting trip in the Colorado Rockies They end up off the usual trail and soon they are fighting for their lives while being hunted by an unseen force in the raging blizzard.I really wanted a fast moving, exciting creature feature and I got that andwith this novella What I wasn t expecti When Snowblind begins, it wastes absolutely no time and throws you right into the terror drops you right in the middle of three college buddies helping their friend who s been injured on their annual elk hunting trip in the Colorado Rockies They end up off the usual trail and soon they are fighting for their lives while being hunted by an unseen force in the raging blizzard.I really wanted a fast moving, exciting creature feature and I got that andwith this novella What I wasn t expecting was how well written it was I was impressed by the skill Michael McBride showed at setting up a potent atmosphere almost immediately through his prose The never ending snow, the biting cold, the deep dark, I felt it all And the tension is maintained almost throughout the book entirely, never letting up The creatures stalking our characters are wisely kept unseen for most of the book, adding to the suspense and the experience Although I felt that the climax section of the book got a bit repetitive, I still felt like I needed a box of popcorn and a bag of Sour Patch Kids for this exciting horror matinee


  6. (shan) Littlebookcove (shan) Littlebookcove says:

    There s something in the woods not just one or two, but a whole pack of them Something that was once thought of as a myth, but is very much alive and out for their blood.The hunter s are about to become hunted.Right away I found the tension hit me this is a fast pace of a tale There are some really scary moment s in this book that hits you, and Michael McBride really set s the tone in the beginning of the book It s a short tale, but packed full with Intense moment s you can t help rooting for There s something in the woods not just one or two, but a whole pack of them Something that was once thought of as a myth, but is very much alive and out for their blood.The hunter s are about to become hunted.Right away I found the tension hit me this is a fast pace of a tale There are some really scary moment s in this book that hits you, and Michael McBride really set s the tone in the beginning of the book It s a short tale, but packed full with Intense moment s you can t help rooting for the char s The end gave me a bit of a what I wasn t expecting that But that said I couldn t put this book down Highly recommended p.s wrap up warm while reading this book


  7. Paul Nelson Paul Nelson says:

    Snowblind is a story that focuses on four ex college buddies that go on an annual Elk hunt in the Rockies, for some it s a chance to cling frantically to a youth that s long been left behind, for others it s another chance to remember a past semblance of humanity long gone, they all have a reason for making this trip and for them all it s about to turn into something terrifying, they are about to become the hunted.A novella that almost immediately starts to ramp up the tension and never lets up, Snowblind is a story that focuses on four ex college buddies that go on an annual Elk hunt in the Rockies, for some it s a chance to cling frantically to a youth that s long been left behind, for others it s another chance to remember a past semblance of humanity long gone, they all have a reason for making this trip and for them all it s about to turn into something terrifying, they are about to become the hunted.A novella that almost immediately starts to ramp up the tension and never lets up, a freezing blizzard that makes conditions unbearable and a refuge that s horrifyingly been used before There are some genuinely scary moments in an incredible build up and proof that s it schilling and suspenseful when you lay off the detail for as long as possible, makes the reveal thathard hitting The ending was torture you ve gotta feel for the guy, survives a harrowing near death experience and Read it, you ll steer clear of the Rockies for sure


  8. Andi Rawson Andi Rawson says:

    Review of Snowblind by Michael McBride Forward Down Help Four long time friends trek into the Rocky Mountain for their annual elk hunting trip It isn t long before they find out that they are not alone and that something is huntingthemAdd in a near white out blizzard and hell just froze over This fast paced novella from Michael McBride is all adrenaline, no frills and well worth your time Review of Snowblind by Michael McBride Forward Down Help Four long time friends trek into the Rocky Mountain for their annual elk hunting trip It isn t long before they find out that they are not alone and that something is hunting i them i Add in a near white out blizzard and hell just froze over This fast paced novella from Michael McBride is all adrenaline, no frills and well worth your time


  9. Michael Hicks Michael Hicks says:

    I have a bit OK,than a bit of a soft spot for horror stories set in frigid, snowy climes, where our plucky band of survivors are picked off one by one by mysterious entities When they re done with as much skill as demonstrated in this work from Michael McBride, I really cannot help but fall in love all over again with this particular subset of the horror genre The writing is crisp and economical, the gore is nicely realized, and the atmosphere is frighteningly realized There s a dictu I have a bit OK,than a bit of a soft spot for horror stories set in frigid, snowy climes, where our plucky band of survivors are picked off one by one by mysterious entities When they re done with as much skill as demonstrated in this work from Michael McBride, I really cannot help but fall in love all over again with this particular subset of the horror genre The writing is crisp and economical, the gore is nicely realized, and the atmosphere is frighteningly realized There s a dictum in writing that demands show, don t just tell, and, in regards to the primary threat of Snowblind, McBride nails that here Neither the readers nor the protagonists know quite what they re up against until fairly late in the book, which makes it all the scarier We re in this together with these four friends, lost in the woods after a hunting mishap and finding refuge in an old, abandoned cabin, forced to fill in the blanks of what, exactly, is out there McBride gives us a few hints before the big unveiling, which is a neat little twist.Throughout, we re kept in a constant state of suspense that fires the pages forward, one after the other If it weren t for the demands of my bill paying job, I would have easily read this in one sitting The story is just so propulsive that it s impossible to break away from it unless life gets in the way and absolutely demands it


  10. Shawn Thornton Shawn Thornton says:

    This was my first Michael McBride novel I love a good horror story set in the snow with a monster involved and this is exactly what I got here, my only problem with this novel was that it was very short however I just discovered there is a part two So happy fucking days


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