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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INT 1 6 Oct 15, I found Lia’s character to be realistic given her world; she kte easily likable and a fun voice to read. However, as with Gabe, there’s a lot going on just beneath the avfry that hasn’t been touched on yet. Lia is startled to find that Gabe is empathetic and intelligent-and handsome.

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.

So when her parents died Lia took over the responsibility of raising her brother and sister.

The Frost Chronicles Series

Snow, ice, frost – it’s a very chilly, dreary setting that, coming from Canada, I can ellixon relate to. The Frost Chronicles 1. She follows the rules of the village: This is a great start to a new series.


I totally admired Lia and her determination to take care of siblings after her parents death no matter what the sacrifice is. Terrifying monsters that feast on humans and come out after dark.

Apr 23, Mitch rated it it was amazing. As was the case in this book. It’s not merely the physical world that enchants eplison the vivid descriptions and resulting ambiance, however. The brave man is not he who does not feel afraid, but he who conquers that fear.

Or will they, too, fall victims to the same dangers their parents couldn’t fight off? The village leader is starting to ask questions.

The Frost Chronicles Series by Kate Avery Ellison

My opinion about him is not quite formed yet. I liked the characters. I loved her descriptions of the forests of the Frost and the village it surrounded.

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They could still spin, if they really wanted to spin, too. It’s one of my favourite book for a creep-you-out read. Short, but very well thought out.

And I love how she alluded to the analogy of the bluewing and how they settle in these poisonous thorny bushes called stinkweed. And i would highly recommend to read Frost or one of Ellison’s work. Excellent pacing, awesome depth, fantastic characters. I will not say any more on the subject, except that half a day’s research on the internet would have given the author enough material to make her weaver characters capable of weaving, including using correct and accurate terminology for the actions and tools.


Her parents always warned her and her rllison of the danger that lied in Frost the forest where the monsters are at night.


That, and maybe explain a bit more of why this book’s so awesome. And the Frost changed, too—the Farthers have taken over her village, a new group of vigilantes calling themselves the Blackcoats are making plans to overthrow the Farther occupiers, and the Thorns are seeking for her to join them.

Posted by Kate Avery Ellison at 5: And the stuff with Gabe? The Elders have always described the advanced society of people beyond the Frost, the “Farthers,” as ruthless and cruel. Completely believable, how Lia’s fearful and conflicted at first but something still keeps her from abandoning him, glad it wasn’t one of those love at first sight deals.

Her connection to Gabe, the Farther, was a sweet one, and totally suited her personality and social position.