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Open Preview See a Problem? Something glistened in his eyes. I did find a few editorial issues, which wasn’t surprising to me given that this is self published.
The Frost Chronicles Series
Most of the community lives in a safe little town while a few live outside the town those are farmers. I enjoyed how all of the characters were three dimensional, and you learned about their back story organically throughout the book.
However, this community’s freedom from the tyranny of Aeralis comes at a price. That being said, she was able to change, and readers are able to experience that transformation with her. The village leader is starting to ask questions.
KATE AVERY ELLISON
I don’t give a ton of books five stars. Early in the book we learn that each family in the community is in particular trade, and their family surname matches that trade. Giving shelter to the fugitive could get her in trouble. For some reason, I had this set at four stars–which is a really, really good rating for me, but I still remember tiny details about this book, still remember the way I felt when I read I was going through my Goodreads shelf, looking for books that I might like to re-read this year, when I ran into Frost.
That’s why it’s a simple farmingish community, each family has a quota of goods they are required to provide for the better of the town. I believed in the world where Lia existed and liked how we learn more about the world through the main character’s experience.
So from time to time in the Frost, people are able to see Farthers prisioners that are being transported in carts. The monsters from the forest circle the farm at night. After the monsters kill her parents, she must keep the acery farm running or risk losing her siblings to reassignment by the village Elders.
What an ending though The only thing that Lia is worried about is the the elders finding out she helped a Father.
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So yeah, I liked Lia’s character, the complex, hardscrabble world around her, and the political themes in the ellkson. It’s a five-star book. She’s got a different kind of courage, she’s not fearless, but has so much she’s fearful of, stuff that scares even the toughest villagers, but she takes charge in the face of her fears.
The Frost Chronicles 1. The concept of the story was intriguing, and interesting: While the reader does get some back story as to how he ended up an escaped prisoner in the Frost, much of Gabe’s history is still, as of yet, untold.
A part of me wishes it was longer so that I could spend more time with this book. I want to read the sequel NOW! In addition, I liked how her Wow! I just can’t stop boasting about this! Five stars in this. Which was much appreciated, considering the tangled mess that was the political situation in this book. Aug 15, Katy rated it really liked it.
Fortunately for me, the romance makes sparse appearances. Since several other reviews talk about character flaws, plot strengths and weaknesses, I will talk about a couple of details. Loved the intensity and emotion that Frost had flowing through it…you will have a hard time finding a stopping place.
The setting was so well described I could actually almost feel the chill on my skin. In addition, I liked how her personality was in line with her role in the book.