Wednesday, June 12, 2013

Review: Midnight Frost

Midnight Frost
Midnight Frost by Jennifer Estep

My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Received via Kensington Books

In case you were wondering,something miraculous and extraordinary does happen at midnight..The whole description made me wish I were there and see everything unfold..But an alternate title could be Gryphon Frost because they were everywhere,from paintings to the real deal..
Sometimes you are waiting for a book for a very long time and in the end you get up disappointed..This is NOT the case...Midnight Frost is beyond amazing..It's probably the book to-date in the series..There is a family twist/revelation,a new romance blooming,some relationships still going strong..Beyond the incredible craftiness Jennifer Estep gives to her writing,what I loved mostly in this one is that we get to see everyone being strong for each other with selflessness and tremendous loyalty..Our characters have changed but yet they are the same person..

Jennifer Estep has done an amazing job bringing real personalities with issues in a fantasy world where a teenager is supposed to kill a God when she can't even sleep throughout the whole night without having any dreams..

"I've got to say princess,You know how to make an entrance.."..Qwen and her creator most certainly do.

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