Ice Diaries by Lexi Revellian | book review

I’m well aware that book reviews are subjective and controversial, so take this for what it is, a bit of a fan gush. I found this book because my sister recommended Remix and I’d enjoyed that so much I bought Lexi’s other books. This one was a nice surprise. While different from Remix and Replica, the writing was still strong and Lexi has a confident hand in developing a world and characters.

You’ll like this story if you like imaginative worlds that could be our future, and you like a love story between two people who aren’t needy.


Ice Diaries  

Lexi Revellian: Like many authors these days, she writes in different genres here’s the bio from book review, ice diaries, lexi revellian, post apocalyptic,

“For years, I resisted writing because I knew I’d never be as good as Jane Austen. Finally I realized no one is as good as Jane Austen – I started writing and couldn’t stop. I’ve sold over 64,000 ebooks.

My first two novels are fantasy. The third, REMIX, is contemporary fiction with elements of crime, investigation and romance, and tells what happens when Caz Tallis finds a strange man asleep on her roof terrace. He turns out to be – no, I’m not telling you, you’ll have to read it to find out… My fourth, REPLICA, is a thriller. Beth Chandler is unknowingly replicated in a flawed experiment, and falls for the man who is hunting her double. ICE DIARIES is a post-apocalyptic story with romance and humour. My latest is WOLF BY THE EARS, a thriller set in London.”


This may be disputed, but here are the genres I would put the book into so fans can find it. Social Science Fiction, Futuristic Thriller, Romance, Post Apocalyptic


I was entertained. I’m a fan of both genres and authors. It makes me happy when an author crosses the lines of genre. The characters drew me along, and they did form a believable cross-section of reactions to the end-of-the-world-as-we-know-it story.


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