Never Eat Yellow Snow
by Lior Blum
October 13, 2016
Never Eat Yellow Snow is a story about the bonds of friendship and forging true kinship in the most unlikely of settings.
As a recent divorcee Caesar should be sowing his seed but racked with guilt (a prerequisite for a young Jew) he is in the midst of an identity crisis, which may or may not be the reason for his impotence. Celeste can’t get enough. Her passion for the big ‘O’ has led her down a path of kink and perversion. Jaded, there is only one depravity left to try; a monogamous relationship but is she capable of fidelity? Alex on the other hand enjoys sex in the bosom of a relationship, trouble is all her partners end up cheating on her and now she is disillusioned. The Retreat specializing in psycho sexual and group therapy is their last resort at a shot of ‘normality’.
Never Eat Yellow Snow is Lior Blum’s debut novel and I truly enjoyed it! The story is well written and well-paced and I was captivated by the reality and humor it contained. The main characters, Caesar, Alex, and Celeste meet at a retreat for sexual dysfunctions. As they go through their private and group therapy sessions, we learn about their stories and watch as they struggle and grow. The story is humorous at times and contains many realistic situations and drama.
A definite add to your TBR list!
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