Rhonda Tibbs’ Song of the Snowman Book Review

Rhonda Tibbs’ Song of the Snowman accurately portrays literary realism. As Mrs. Tibbs’ characters unfold and evolve, the reader is able to find himself/herself within the novel. Although one may not directly fall victim to parental neglect, alcohol abuse, and/or spousal betrayal, Tibbs captures emotions with which anyone can relate. Fortunately, Tibbs wrote a prequel, Angel’s Blues which is a must read for those like me who genuinely mourned the fact that I had finished reading Song of the Snowman. A terrific choice for a book club discussion. Rhonda Tibbs

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