Fantasy Book Review: Crimson Frost

Crimson Frost by Jennifer Estep

Gwen should have known that her first official date with Logan Quinn was destined to end in disaster. She was prepared to get into a swordfight, or be ambushed by Reapers. But getting arrested mid-sip at the local coffee hangout? She didn’t see that one coming. Gwen is accused of purposely helping the Reapers free the evil god Loki from his prison – and the person leading the charge against her is Linus Quinn, Logan’s dad. The worst part is that pretty much everyone at Mythos Academy thinks she’s guilty. If she’s going to get out of this mess alive, she’ll have to do it herself…

Just when things seem to be going well with Logan, Gwen is arrested. The Protectorate are supposed to be their protectors from the evil Reapers, but instead they whole-heartedly believe Gwen is guilty. As frustrating as it is to see Gwen bullied by her classmates after the Protectorate announces her trial, it’s more confusing as to why she has been accused.

Fourth in the Mythos Academy series, this latest installment is an emotional roller coaster. Packed with danger, suspense, drama, sword-play, and magic – this series continues to impress and entertain. Crimson Frost is a fast-paced, thrilling adventure that I didn’t want to end. Climactic events lead to a mild cliffhanger ending that left me eager for the next in this amazing series. Thankfully, it looks like Gwen’s adventures have just begun.

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