The mass market paperback of SNOWBLIND hits on Tuesday, November 25th. Order yours now…and make sure you repost or retweet the link to this blog between now and midnight on the 25th. One person will be chosen at random to receive a prize pack of signed, limited edition hardcovers valued at over $350. Prize pack includes rare, out of print limited editions of WILDWOOD ROAD, THE FERRYMAN, and THE BOYS ARE BACK IN TOWN by Christopher Golden, THE SEVEN WHISTLERS by Christopher Golden & Amber Benson (signed by both), and two anthologies signed by all contributors, THE NEW DEAD and BRITISH INVASION. Plus…as bonuses, a signed hardcover of SONS OF ANARCHY: BRATVA and an Advanced Reader’s Copy of Golden’s upcoming near-future thriller, TIN MEN.
“SNOWBLIND is instantly involving and deeply scary. It will bring a blizzard to your bones (and your heart) even in the middle of July. Throw away all those old ‘it was a dark and stormy night’ novels; this one is the real deal. And watch out for that last page. It’s a killer.”
Buy SNOWBLIND in paperback at your local bookstore, or order online wherever books are sold. Also available in ebook and audio formats.
UK and French editions of SNOWBLIND are also available now!
“A ghosthouse thrillride in the shape of a snowstorm, within the confines of a book. A great read for a winter night, or any night.”
–John Ajvide Lindqvist, author of Let the Right One In
“Storms in with a breathless 50-page intro in which we meet the town of Coventry, New Hampshire, as its residents batten down the hatches against a monster blizzard. Terrifically unsettling. Great fodder for a dark and snowy night.”
“Golden keeps things on edge from start to finish. A chilling contemporary ghost tale that will make you think twice about braving the elements to buy a carton of milk the next time it snows.”
“Horror with heart, SNOWBLIND reminded me of classic Dean Koontz — the world is our own, the characters as knowable as our closest friends, but their adventures something altogether different, and altogether compelling. Christopher Golden writes with grace and beauty even while putting a chill to your spine. Read this and you’ll never again peer through windswept snow without wondering what’s behind it, I promise you.”
–Michael Koryta, author of The Prophet
“With SNOWBLIND Christopher Golden brings serious chills to small town America. This is why people should lock their doors at night. Superb!”
–Jonathan Maberry, New York Times bestselling author of Rot & Ruin
“Working in an ensemble mode that may remind readers of classics like King’s Salem’s Lot and Straub’s Floating Dragon, Christopher Golden’s new novel is a real cannonball–fast-paced, suspenseful, and intense.”
–Dan Chaon, author of Stay Awake
“Over the years I have developed my own (very) short list of modern ghost stories that have touched me on multiple levels—thrills and chills aplenty, of course, but also deeper resonances that have kept passages, moments, images alive. They include Stephen King’s The Shining (1977) and Peter Straub’s aptly named Ghost Story (1979), both of which went far toward refurbishing a time-worn form…Now I have added another book to the list, Christopher Golden’s Snowblind This was one book that I nearly completed in one sitting—it is that compelling, that accomplished, that frightening.”
“A story that hurtles headlong into terror while unraveling the hurt of lost children, lost loves and lost opportunities. In many ways, this reads like a companion piece to King’s best works.”
“I’ve been waiting for years for a horror novel like Snowblind to come my way – a novel that I could crawl into, lose myself in, and forget that the rest of the world existed. They just don’t write ‘em like Snowblind anymore. …Terrifying. A modern classic of the genre on par with novels from the likes of Stephen King, Peter Straub, Robert McCammon and Dan Simmons. Not to be missed.”
–TT Zuma, HorrorWorld