Led by his mother, Sebastian Black—a gorgeous specimen of beauty, charm, athleticism, and persuasion-- is poised to be the leader of a new spiritual movement. But with as many opponents and doubters as followers and supporters, trouble lies ahead.
Sebastian flees, and finds himself surrounded by a curious cast of characters. And like in all good fairy tales, the story twists and turns until the true good and evil are revealed...
Where you may find a moral of the story in some books, this is actually a story of morality, posing questions without choosing sides, and speaking spiritual without preaching.
Black as Snow, although vastly different from the books I am usually drawn to, is intriguing and interesting. The deep, yet entertaining plotline will keep you engaged.