Ashes in Winter

Rated 5.00/5 based on 1 reviews
The residents of the small town of Whitefish are no strangers to snow. Used to being forgotten and having to dig their own way out, no one thought anything of it during one of the coldest winters on record when help just never came. But as fuel runs out and raiders press in on all sides, Derek, Sheridan, and Garrett it's not just the snow they need to dig their way out of... More

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About Kristan Cannon

Kristan is a hybrid author with writing credits including novels (most recently After Oil, KCEditions), novellas, numerous short stories as well as two blogs (Kristan's Desk, HER WAY).

Born in Kirkland Lake, Ontario and educated in North Bay and Toronto, Kristan has been writing since the age of thirteen under the pen names Selena Grey and Meredith Hayes. In 2014 she dropped the pen names in time to release the Special "Anime North" Edition of After Oil and re-launch her writing blog.

Kristan is a staunch supporter of literacy, reading and young writer's programs (Member of the Ambassador Program for NaNoWriMo, supporter of a few local and online libraries) and holds a current membership with The Indie Writer's Network.

She moved around frequently when she was younger and considers most of Northern Ontario her "home town" as she has lived near Kirkland Lake, and in North Bay, Timmins, Algoma Mills, Elliot Lake and Sudbury before moving to Toronto to continue her education in Business and Commerce. She currently works as a freelance writer, artist, and voice actress during the evening and an insurance broker during the day.

About the Series: The Rangers of Walden
When civilization fell in the middle of the most brutal winter on record in Northern Ontario it left the survivors to pick up the pieces.

Some refused to let it go without a fight.

These few are the Rangers of Walden.

Also in Series: The Rangers of Walden

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Review by: resonant on Nov. 13, 2017 :
I have a few minor quibbles, but they don't really affect the story. In the book, 80% of the population dies within days when heating systems fail. In the 1998 icestorm, there were only dozens of deaths from hypothermia, while everyone else wore their winter jackets indoors and were uncomfortable but alive. It may have been more plausible to have the setting cleared by starvation rather than freezing. However, other than a few minor details like that, I enjoyed it. Definitely worth the price.
(reviewed 8 days after purchase)
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