Sunday, December 22, 2013

Midnight Frost review

Gwen is still heartbroken that Logan has disappeared. She knows that he only left because he was freaked out after stabbing her, and she just wants to talk to him and tell him that she is okay, and knows that he will not turn back into a Reaper. But now Gwen has a new problem, someone tries to poison her, but instead gets her boss Nickamedes. Gwen researches and finds that she has only one option to save him, going to find a very rare flower. Her and her friends fly to Colorado to another Mythos Academy, here she meets Rory, her cousin, and Gwen finds out much more about her family's past and how there are Reapers that she never knew of. Gwen knows that this whole mission is a trap but, they must move forward to save Nickamedes, and she does get help from a couple unlikely places. 

This was another great addition to the Mythos Academy novels. Gwen continues to move forward with each heartbreaking event in her life.  Gwen also learns more about herself in this novel, and is stronger in the end. As always, I love the storyline of this novel, the creatures and events make me not want to put it down. If you haven't read the other books in the series, pick them up first! Perfect teen read.

I borrowed this from the public library.
ISBN: 978-0-7582-8149-4

The original review was posted at Jenny's blog, A Teacher Reads on 10/31/13

Other books in the series are First Frost, Touch of Frost, Kiss of Frost, Dark Frost, Crimson Frost.

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