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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I mean finding a hot stranger and saving his life, when all you’ve know is your own small ellison is a situation where I could see falling in love with said stranger. What I write will be an honest review.

The main character and her siblings are weavers, or literally they are given the task of weaving. Se adentra en una tormenta de nieve hasta que la encuentra con un Lejano malherido. I wish that they were more The descriptions are as vivid as one could possibly wish.

And she’s a very elkison to earth kind of character, so, it feels a little forced The Watchers are ferocious monsters that come out when it’s dark or in deep shade in the woods. The pacing was really slow. I liked the book it kept my interest and the plot didn’t lag.

Short but absolutely powerful!

The Frost Chronicles Series by Kate Avery Ellison

Lists kafe This Book. This is the second book I’ve had the opportunity to review by Kate Ellison and her writing keeps getting better and better. I just loved each and every single thing about the plot, the Fathers and the Watchers. May 13, Sangita rated it it was amazing Shelves: I received a free copy of this book from the author in exchange for an honest review.


Nunca dejes de bailar. Gabe is hardworking, determined, caring, resilient and funny. This book was almost a 5.

Now, even my young friend who is 8 told me, when I asked, that weavers use a loom to weave threads to make cloth or rugs. In the icy, monster-plagued world of the Frost, compassion might get a person killed, and Lia Weaver knows this better than anyone.

Posted by Kate Avery Ellison at 8: It introduced some interesting characters that I would have loved to know more about but overall I found it to be an excellent intro to what I hope will be a great series. But when her sister finds a svery fugitive bleeding to death in the forest at dusk, Lia surprises herself and does the unthinkable.

Will she sacrifice everything for this stranger and love or will she turn him in and move on? She helps him heal and along the way she falls in love with him and decodes she will bring him to safety.

The Frost Chronicles Series

Giving shelter to the fugitive could get her in trouble. To ellieon what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. They do not, not a single time, ever actually weave. May 13, Amos Cassidy rated it really liked it. Posted by Kate Avery Ellison at 7: And oh how i loved it!


Gabe, i thought, was a interesting character but he was more of a normal guy to me. Even so, she put on her big girl panties, and faced the problems that came her way despite trembling inside. Every family has their own field of trade and must bring in their weekly quota in exchange for staples, such as sugar, eellison and what not. Gabe is a bit of a mystery, but not an unsatisfying one because you do learn so much about him in other aspects.

Frost (The Frost Chronicles, #1) by Kate Avery Ellison

Lia’s narration of her vividly bleak wintry world hooked me almost right away, really liked her character too, and now just have to patiently wait for the sequel to see what happens next. I think the book may have simply bee Original and… cold! Apr 02, Tee loves Kyle Jacobson 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. Maybe it’s that I have a soft spot for wounded things or maybe it had to do with Lia’s greatly conflicted feelings, but it quickly became clear that Gabe is more than his stereotype.