Frost (Volume 1) [Kate Avery Ellison] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. In the icy, monster-plagued world of the Frost, compassion might get. In the icy, monster-plagued world of the Frost, one wrong move and a person could end up dead—and Lia Weaver knows this better than anyone. After monsters. To celebrate the game’s release, Frost is on sale this week at 99 cents. So if you Posted by Kate Avery Ellison at AM 2 comments.

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Thought this quote was fitting for the book since so much of it is fear of the unknown. Other than these things i loved every single thing about it! Giving shelter to the fugitive could get her in trouble. I don’t think a word was wasted creating the harsh, stark world Lia lives in, from the snow falling everywhere to the monstrous Watchers lurking in the woods that’d rip anyone caught out at night apart.

With so much on the line what will she do I feel like I should have, but I thought it was going to be someone else. We’re placed in a notably eerie, well built world in which we’re portrayed an isolated village surrounded by deep forests where deadly creatures come out at night. And she’s a very down to earth kind of character, so, it feels a little forced The blurb to “Frost” sounded pretty interesting, but unfortunately, that’s the only thing that was.

It was nice to see the writer stick to the character she had created, and make her something more than just a mere farmer girl. I loved the character progression and development. When I read the blurb I was excited to be introduced to a new world. Lia seeks to fight back against the evil and injustice that has swallowed up her home, but danger lurks at every turn.

Thorns (Frost Chronicles, book 2) by Kate Avery Ellison

Sitting in her little house at night, facing the door with her shotgun in her lap, afraid to fall asleep because of the monsters howling in the yard, you gotta admire that.


Even the smallest child knew that much.

I liked Lia a lot. All in all, a great read that I ellisoj recommend if you like young adult fantasy. May 11, Alexia Purdy rated it it was amazing Shelves: Lia is startled to find that Gabe is empathetic and intelligent-and handsome. I am currently not able to fulfill most requests for print copies at this time, but you can always ask. Is compassion—and love—worth the risk?

Live is hard and bleak.

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. The world of Frost is stark and haunting, but also beautifully melancholy and a bit romantic. My breath streamed from my lips like smoke, and my feet made wet, crunching sounds in ellixon snow as I slipped through the forest. Mar 31, Dani rated it really liked it Shelves: That being said, she was able to change, and readers are able to averh that transformation with her.

It’s a communal type idea – that every family has something worthwhile to contribute. Life in the community ellkson she lives is rough. Except, these characters never weave.

The Frost Chronicles Series by Kate Avery Ellison

So, in the end, i have to say i loved reading Frost! One of those, “Why didn’t I read this sooner?!? I received this from the Kate Avery Ellison to read and review. Sometimes, everything is in the details 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 katd the lives of those she loves?

As the frozen world of the Frost grows even more perilous, can Lia survive?

The Frost Chronicles Series

The author throws a few twists out at you, having you remember things from the beginning you thought meant nothing.


Se adentra en una tormenta de nieve hasta que la encuentra con un Lejano malherido. So what will Lia do? It was great to have a strong young female protagonist and I really felt for her.

However, I will readily admit that may be due to my sadness that the story was over so quickly–I didn’t want it to end! I absolutely loved the final letter from Gabe but I was not expecting it to end so soon, without the Farthers coming to her house again in the morning. Her characters are realistic and stick with you after the story has ended.

Yes, they spin yarn, and badly at that. I will not say any more on the subject, except that half a day’s research on the internet would have kxte the author enough averyy to make her weaver characters capable of weaving, including using correct and accurate terminology for the actions and tools.

The Frost Chronicles 1. Hopefully, this next one, will compensate that problem.

I am curious to know what happens next. Mar drost, Mandy rated it it was amazing Shelves: At first I thought the person I suspected was good, then thought thatnerson was going to be the ultimate evil one of this installment. I’ve been reading so many books that were not worth my time lately, I was reluctant to pick this one up.

In exception to our main character Lia who is a strong, solid female lead, determinedly taking charge of her family’s well being after her parent’s death, I felt the characters lacked a bit of charm; their personalities hazy, failing to come to life completely. Hold on, i need to breathe! The only minor critique that I have is that it was a little on the short side.