Bluewing (Frost Chronicles #4) Review

December 28, 2013 Reviews 0 ★★★★★

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Bluewing (Frost Chronicles #4) ReviewBluewing by Kate Avery Ellison
Series: The Frost Chronicles #4
on 4/26/2013
Genres: Dystopia, Romance, Science Fiction, Young Adult
Pages: 258
Format: eBook
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five-stars

Lia Weaver is a fugitive. Her family's farm has been confiscated by Farther soldiers, her sister has been reassigned to a new family in the village, and her official status is "missing." Now, she and a band of fugitive followers must make their home in the harsh wilderness of the Frost. Food is scarce, and hope is scarcer still as Lia tries to find information about the whereabouts of her missing friends. She is determined to rescue them, but when a surprising ally steps forth with an offer that will both return her friends and expel the Farthers from the Frost in exchange for something very precious, Lia must make a choice.

In the fourth novel of the Frost Chronicles, Lia and the fugitives hide in the wilderness. Iceliss gets locked down by the Farthers, and ultimately the Thorns and Blackcoats must find a way to liberate the village before it is too late.

This was another great read in the series. Lots of non-stop action and more unraveling of the mysteries of the Frost, the watchers, and Aeralis. I think this book was much more about action than about the drama and characters, but there is still plenty of that (several characters surprised me). The ending was amazing (don’t want to spoil it) and I loved it. The love triangle solidifies and Lia gains several new allies. I really enjoyed this one.In the fourth novel of the Frost Chronicles, Lia and the fugitives hide in the wilderness. Iceliss gets locked down by the Farthers, and ultimately the Thorns and Blackcoats must find a way to liberate the village before it is too late.

This was another great read in the series. Lots of non-stop action and more unraveling of the mysteries of the Frost, the watchers, and Aeralis. I think this book was much more about action than about the drama and characters, but there is still plenty of that (several characters surprised me). The ending was amazing (don’t want to spoil it) and I loved it.

My only real complaint is the love triangle keeps seesawing between Gabe and Adam…and honestly they both seem like the same guy. No wonder she has so much trouble choosing.

five-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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