A UNIVERSAL SIGN WILL APPEAR PRECEDING
THE APPEARANCE OF GOD.
A PERMANENT SIGN WILL REMAIN –
WONDROUS AND INEXPLICABLE ON EARTHLY TERMS
The world's reckoning with God is imminent.
Anna Babic Robbins, a Marian visionary from the remote
Adriatic village, Valselo, is entrusted with the mission of
delivering a parchment that documents unprecedented
future events to a Chicago parish priest. The priest is
charged with "shepherding" mankind to fulfill God's plan.
Four devoted friends since grammar school at the Chicago
suburban St. Mary Academy, the “Belles of St. Mary’s”:
Bernadette O’Neal, a local television journalist on the
Now Chicago show, married to an atheist; Tina Hernandez,
a teacher at the women’s high school alma mater, married
to a former teacher falsely accused of child molestation;
Marlo Waters, a single supermodel; and Laci Marshall, the
CFO for a non-profit organization engaged to a homicide
detective, visit Las Vegas for Laci’s lavish bachelorette
party when the universal sign appears.
When God speaks, He whispers in the form of a seven-day,
worldwide, impossible snowfall.
The women and their loved ones witness the spectacle of the
permanent sign, join humanity in facing judgment “before the
throne” immediately after the sign appears, and grapple with
how best to alter their lives before it’s too late after a preview
of final judgment.
WHEN GIVEN BY THE CREATOR HIMSELF,
WILL THE HUMAN RACE TAKE THE SECOND CHANCE?
Dear Reviewer, The Snows is a contemporary fiction in interlacing genres: suspense, spirituality and women's fiction. It was inspired by contemporary Marian prophesy - what if heaven gave us a sign and then left something tangible on the earth to commemorate and remind us of that phenomenon? K.M. Daughters' answer: The Snows.