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Winter's End: Book Two in the Terminal City Saga

4.14  ·  Rating details ·  7 ratings  ·  4 reviews
Now a certified necromancer, Mason Cross is on his way to Winter’s End, a hidden academy in the north and a refuge from the world.

But Mason has an agenda, one he hasn’t shared with his companions—who consequently may no longer be his companions in a few days.

And that may not even be their biggest problem. There's an even greater threat no one sees coming.
Paperback, 240 pages
Published May 22nd 2017 by EDGE Science Fiction and Fantasy Publishing
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Aug 23, 2017 rated it really liked it
Winters End took necromancy in a direction I did not expect but absolutely enjoyed!!

Frequently a storyline with necromancy as it's theme the plot is filled with nothing but dark, eerie, nefarious events. Winters End is peppered with the machinations of one necromancer, creepy doesn't come close to describing, that I can't get the picture of some out of my head! Otherwise the bulk of the story uses interesting, like able characters to give a view into this version of the vast majority of necroman
Linda Nickerson
Aug 15, 2017 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Delicious summer read

Mr. Melanson ' s 2nd book in his series did not disappoint. The character of Mason develops further with his new love, and his evolving necromancer skills. Mason is such a believable character, vulnerable, yet strong and compassionate with a bit of swagger thrown in for good measure. Eagerly awaiting the 3rd book in the series!
Jul 14, 2017 rated it really liked it
The main character is Mason Cross. I liked him immediately. He comes over as laid back intelligent and powerful.

Pretty good read.
Jul 25, 2017 rated it really liked it
I received this ebook for review from LibraryThing.

This was an enjoyable read. Mason's character is a likable, introverted character who, in most ways, really just wants to be left alone. I enjoyed the progression of Mason's character. He was easygoing in the beginning, but as the book went on he revealed the darker parts of his character. Unlike a lot of essentially good-natured main characters, I felt like Mason was not one to shy away from the reality that sometimes you have to embrace all a
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Trevor Melanson is the author of Terminal City, the first book in a dark fantasy series from EDGE Science Fiction and Fantasy Publishing. Currently, he works as a senior communications strategist for a think tank at Simon Fraser University called Clean Energy Canada. He also has a decade of experience editing some of Canada's largest magazines, including Canadian Business, BCBusin

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