Aeralis (The Frost Chronicles #5) Review

January 5, 2014 Reviews 0 ★★★★

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Aeralis (The Frost Chronicles #5) ReviewAeralis by Kate Avery Ellison
Series: The Frost Chronicles #5
on 9/26/2013
Genres: Dystopia, Romance, Science Fiction, Young Adult
Pages: 223
Format: eBook
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four-stars

Lia Weaver and her friends have finally driven the Farther soldiers from the Frost, but all is not settled yet. Ann Mayor and her father have found themselves the target of violence, the villagers are fighting, and Jonn’s life hangs in the balance.

When an unexpected enemy surfaces in the Frost wilderness and endangers Lia’s family, she is faced with a terrible choice, and against Thorns orders, she sets out to find answers in Aeralis.

This last novel in the Frost series sees Lia into the heart of Aeralis in order to help her sister and help the revolution.

Overall it was an enjoyable read, but not a page turner for me…perhaps because the story takes place mostly in Arealis and not the Frost. It bogs down a little in the middle while Lia and Gabe search for someone although there is a nice little bit of action when they visit a prison. Lia meets someone from her past which is a big shock. Then near the end it really picks up when Korr puts his plan into action. There is a nice epilogue which talks about Lia’s life after the book and there is an interesting solution to whether she picks Gabe or Adam.

I think it was a nice, sweet end to the series and wrapped up all the ends nicely. There are still some lingering questions about things I have, but in the end, they really don’t matter. Overall a worthy book end to the series.

four-stars

About Kate Avery Ellison

I’ve been making up stories since I was five years old, and now I’m thrilled to be able to do it as a full-time job. I have an obsession with dark fantasy, dystopian futures, and Pride and Prejudice-style love stories full of witty banter and sizzling, unspoken feelings. When I’m not writing, I’m creating digital art, reading funny blogs, or watching my favorite shows (which include TVD and BSG). I live with my geeky husband and our two bad cats in Atlanta, GA.

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