Publish date: October 11th 2011
Publisher: Candlewick Press
Pages no: 384
Edition language: English
Series: Stork (#2)
2.5 stars.Definitely was more of a fairytale retelling (The Snow Queen) than [b:Stork|7638313|Stork (Stork, #1)|Wendy Delsol|http://d.gr-assets.com/books/1272990811s/7638313.jpg|10161960]. But while I liked aspects of that well enough, overall it was pretty lacking. It dragged on, little to no char...
Sequel. 3 of 3. Retelling of Snow Queen fairytale with modern elements, including global warming.I found it to be incredibly bland, alas. The romance between Katla and Jack is mindnumbing.I wish we would hear more about Storks and their origins. The addition of the Selkie people and their connection...
Frost by Wendy Delsol is a worthy sequel to Stork, her first young adult fantasy. In Stork, the reader meets Katla, a teenager who discovers that she's a member of an ancient society with mystical powers. Her boyfriend, Jack, has special powers of his own.In Frost, Delsol delves much more into the m...
The publisher has archived this title. Probably won't bother reading until later on down the line now.ARC Recvd 07/03/2011 - Publishes October 2011
Frost takes on a wild ride from America Mid-West, to Iceland to Greenland with a good dose of Norse Mythology thrown in to spice things up. In Stork, Katla comes to understand that she is part of an ancient society of Storks, women who can place souls with to-be-mothers. She also falls for Jack, as ...
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