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Lia will sacrifice everything she has ever known for him, but in the end is it worth it or will it cost her her life and the lives of those she loves? So, in the end, i have to say i loved reading Frost! The opinion stated in this review is solely mine, and no compensation was given or taken to alter it. Their attraction is visible, but i guess i needed more pages, more development for it to feel more palpable, more real Forced to grow up before she was ready for it, forced to face the dangers of the forest to get to her village so many times a week and having to deal with villagers who did nothing to help her, one would expect her to be emotionally strong and stable.

I have slightly reworked the covers of the Kingmakers’ War series. As it is in this book, our main setting country is medieval, maybe colonial, like with looming threat of an industrialized country and the paranormal monsters fluttering in between.

And I love how she alluded to the analogy of the bluewing and how they se I am a HUGE dystopian reader, and I will say this one did not stand out among all of the others I have read. So although the characters could have been fleshed out, and the plot intensified, the setting is very vividly depicted, and it’s clearly an incredibly unique premise that has a lot of potential. The premise for the dystopian society is somewhat plausible, but not flushed out. It lacks the necessary chemistry to believe in the deep attraction they apparently feel for each other.


However, I feel like there’s a lot more to him than what’s been given to the readers thus far, and I’m dying to know the answers to all my burning questions. Gradually she kept being bolder and braver, and that showed how fast she was growing up into a wonderful woman – emotionally and mentally. I found Lia’s character to be realistic given her world; she was easily likable and a fun voice to read. Don’t go into the Frost at night.

Overall, It had likable characters, but unfortunately, had a slightly misleading blurb. If you enjoy stories with a dark fairy tale feel and pages packed with atmosphere and tension, then this is the perfect read for you.

But avefy things are tough for the regular folks of the Frost, they are definitely the toughest for Lia Weaver and her siblings.

Some of the descriptions could use polishing as well. So what will Lia do? Other books in the series. The village leader is starting to ask questions. In the icy, monster-plagued world of the Frost, compassion might get a person killed, and Lia Weaver knows this better than anyone.

I can’t understand how the author or editor could not know that weaving does not produce yarn, that these folks should have been called Spinners or Spinsters yes, that is the origin of that termand that they should have had a spinning wheel, not a loom, to do it.

Don’t ask too many questions.

With two tiny children and a mountain of normal life things demanding constant attention, this is no easy feat, hence the wait that you’ve all been so patient about, but I was going through my Goodreads shelf, looking for books agery I might like to re-read this year, when I ran into Frost.

It could go a different way.

The Frost Chronicles Series

I just loved each and every single thing about the plot, the Fathers and the Watchers. Overall a thrilling, enchanting read that I would love to read again, which is something I rarely do. Evergreen branches coated in ice; the bewitching magic of falling snow; the delicious icy crunch underfoot; the solitary, yet peaceful, feeling that the world is quiet and wiped clean under a frosty blanket of new white; the thought that with the snowfall you have indeed managed to capture a single moment in time, if only for a instant – a world encased in snow.


The only loom ellisn have is apparently used for turning yarn into thread. Sure, it went to love quick but really there’s ellieon room for crushes and dating. Akte story is set in the winter in a small community that lives in the Frost as the area is called. But what’s so great about Echo, and what exactly are the Watchers protecting, and how did they come to protect Echo?

Then i wouldn’t mind having a little more explanation on the portals And the Frost changed, too—the Farthers have taken over aver village, a new group of vigilantes calling themselves the Blackcoats are aveyr plans to overthrow the Farther occupiers, and the Thorns are seeking for her to join them. I loved the character progression and development. In a way, I felt that this book was a little TOO short – not necessarily in its length, but because of its brevity, Ellison felt a lot of the story could have used more depth.

We all have a fear of the unknown, what one does with that fear will make all the difference in the world” Lillian Russell quote.

Y si dejamos de bailar, moriremos. The story is a quick, easy read and the kwte seem nice enough. Lia Weaver lives with her siblings, her sister, Ivy and her brother, Jonn.

Even the smallest child knew that much. The story has barely started, Ellison only kwte revealing little snippets at the end, but it all weaves together perfectly.

KATE AVERY ELLISON: The Frost Chronicles

Don’t ever stop dancing. This is how this story begins, and for me, this first paragraph was perfect in grabing my attention and interest.

This is a great start to a new series. Are you kidding me?! I enjoyed how all of the characters were three dimensional, and you learned about their back story organically throughout the book.