Book Description: Rarely does a novel come along that so captures the heart and spirit of a human experience that it becomes synonymous with the experience itself. Such a novel, we believe, is “The Snow That Never Fell,” a poignant, sometimes hilarious, tale of Paul Peterson’s struggle to surmount the myriad challenges, as a single father, of divorce, plus a childhood scarred by his own father’s loveless neglect. Challenges that come to a head on a fateful day when Peterson brings his son Mickey to participate in a Cub Scout Father-Son Pinewood Derby.
Written with humor, insight, and tonnages of heart, “The Snow That Never Fell” is a captivating story of a man whose need to be a “good” father is deeply rooted in his need to heal his own relationship with a father who could never show his love.
Category: Literary Fiction