Publish date: June 21st 2011
Pages no: 320
Edition language: English
, Young Adult
, Science Fiction
, Young Adult Fantasy
Series: Wintercraft (#1)
Let's just say I found myself skimming near the end.It was a pretty decent premise, but none of the characters were developed enough for me to want to know more of them. I will still be continuing on with the series to see if the story gets more detailed.
interesting world building but the author is far too interested in the tortured asshole character type. also Garth Nix did it better.
The beginning of this read was frustrating for me because I kept trying to fit the setting into some version of our world, and it doesn’t quite go. So I won’t be adding this to the historical fantasy page because, although the world looks slightly Victorian, the history doesn’t work. Generally speak...
First, let me say this: my sister bought this book, Shadowcry, from Barnes and Noble. I didn't know a thing about it when she stopped reading it halfway through, but I was bored, so I decided to pick it up. Somewhere in chapter four or five, I began to wonder why the book was called Shadowcry, and w...
rating: 3.5My Thoughts: I liked parts of this book better than I liked it as a whole. The last quarter really saved it.There was too much time with the capture and transfer of Kate to Fume. It got rather boring when you already knew the outcome just from the summary.The characters weren't very inspi...
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