Review: "Snowblind" by Christopher Golden

Twelve years ago in Christopher Golden’s Snowblind, the town of Coventry, Massachusetts was visited by a snowstorm of epic proportions (if you live on the East Coast, think of the crazy winter weather we got, and then multiply that by about eight). It was so bad that people started to go missing in the middle of the storm – and not simply by driving off the road, oh no. People were straight-up vanishing without a trace, either from standing on their front porches or wandering back to their cars. It devastated the community, and in present day, there’s another similar-looking storm on the horizon, and with this storm might come the “ice men” that supposedly snatched people up in the last one.