Format: mass market paperback
Publish date: December 26th 2012
Publisher: Pocket Books
Pages no: 388
Edition language: English
, Urban Fantasy
, Paranormal Romance
, Post Apocalyptic
Series: Horngate Witches (#4)
My Initial Reaction… I continue to devour this series, my only disappointment being that there this was the last book in the series.The story is far from over IMHO and I won’t lie, I’m VERY upset that it’s over! In all seriousness, I think this may be the main reason I can’t give Blood Winter 5 sta...
I really liked this series and I admit that I am sad this was the last book. Also sad about the loss of some good characters since book one but my favorite survived!
I have to say that this was another great addition to the Horngate Witch series. I'm also heartbroken to hear the rumor that this may be the last one. NO! I'm hoping that it is only a rumor since this book didn't feel like an end of the series type of book. It's not a cliffie book. It is complete, b...
This review is a bit late, since Diana Pharoah Francis was kind enough to ship the book from the States. It was well worth the wait. This is the latest book in the Horngate series, and while it stands reasonably alone, I though think you will get more out of it if you have read the first three books...
2.5I'm disappointed. (tears) Suffering years of torture and conditioning, this did not feel like the ending Max was destined to have. Blood Winter was hard for me to get through. The pacing was uneven with overly descriptive narrative. The relationship issues between Max and Alexander, with all...