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The Snow Queen by Dani Brown
The Snow Queen by Dani Brown
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The Snow Queen by Dani Brown

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Winter's homeland melted the same year the piece of magic mirror landed in her heart. Ancient defrosting bodies tasted just as bad as the fresh ones. She fled her homeland for South America where she set herself up as head of a cocaine exporting operation. The DEA and Christian missionaries cause constant problems but the local tribes like to eat them crispy and fried. 

The magic mirror can't disintegrate fast enough. It has seen such horrors. During a snow storm a shard of it lands in the eye of an ill-tempered, narcissistic and manipulative British police officer. He travels to Peru in search of the Snow Queen, leaving his wife behind with no access to their bank accounts and her reputation in tatters.
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DD
12/31/2021
Dakota D.
United States United States

The “Snow” Queen

The level of nonchalantness in this book is otherworldly. There’s a whole group of people living in the rainforest that just kill and eat the DEA agents and no one bats an eye. The DEA agents come out of nowhere guns blazing, and everyone acts like it’s a normal Tuesday at the office. In this bizarre world The Snow Queen is no longer just the inspiration for Elsa, but is now a drug lord pushing out the world’s purest cocaine, all while watching a never ending stream of drug fueled air guitarist via the glass mirror shard stuck in her heart. This story contains elements of police abusing their power, women overcoming toxic relationships, cannibalism, and much more. Also, there’s a horde of monkeys that can do just about anything. The book is captivating as all hell, and the way it draws parallels to the original story in a supremely unique way is brilliant. Even as I type this I am connecting more dots between the two.