The premise of the book is very interesting to me. A group of firefighters are hired by a company called Vulcan Security to stay in an abandoned Canadian city for the winter while everyone else heads south to avoid polar vortexes and storms called swirls. Their job is to protect the city from fire until the spring. Problems arise when the firefighters unwillingly become involved in a gang war and corruption on a scale they are not prepared for.
The book starts off a bit slow but then picks up. It is action packed and was actually fun for me to read as I live in the area where this all takes place.
I found the book to be very descriptive and informative with regards to fire fighting and I was able to picture the scene and what was happening very well due to the author's narration.
A couple of times the flow of the book was disturbed by a change from past to present tense but it was easy to get back into it. It is very minor and does not take away from the book at all. I found the book to be very well written and I enjoyed how the author described the scene so well I could imagine it.
I received this book in exchange for an honest review and I want to thank the author for the opportunity.