Chibi Views: Blood & Snow 1-4 by RaShelle Workman

Posted July 31, 2014 by Sophia

Genres: Retellings

Chibi Views are basically mini reviews – inspired by the small sizes of chibi in Japanese manga. They’re usually really short, have big heads, and yep… adorable. Usually longer than tweets, but not it’s not enough to technically qualify as a long and detailed review.

Blood and Snow Volumes 1-4

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          Blood and Snow

Wow! What a way to start a series, even though this was a really quick read. I love the characters – they’re easy to click with. I did have a problem with the formatting though… it was hurting my eyes (I had the first one before I got the first 4 in a volume).
Rating: 4.5 Owls

Revenant in Training          

Starts right off after Blood and Snow, and Snow begins to learn about the Supernatural world. Plus, I somehow think this is basically a clash of House of Night (I abandoned that series – should I be worried?), The Hunger Games (no, really) and Fairy Tales. House of Night because there are marks, Hunger Games because only one survives in the long run and Fairy Tales because well… it’s Snow White. Vampire style.
Rating: 5 Owls

          The Vampire Christopher

The Vampire Christopher is literally what the title is: Snow White’s “Hunter.” It’s pretty much well noticed by now that Snow White’s changed quite a bit from book 1, and we actually find out how Christopher turned into a Vampire and became a Hunter. At least Snow’s personality hasn’t changed! I do feel like Christopher needs more back story though.
Rating: 5 Owls

Blood Soaked Promises          

I feel like there needs to be more back story to the characters as I continue further in the series. There’s quite the back story on the Vampire Queen and lots of character development going on for Snow, but I don’t feel like I know all of the characters well. While I click with them easily, we’re STRANGERS. :/
Rating: 4.5 Owls

Average Rating: 4.5 Owls

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Sophia is a socially awkward Communications major who has a GIF for nearly everything and is frequently in a Hogwarts House Crisis. More of her bookish reviews can be found at The Arts STL.

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