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The Blood of Winter (Demons of Lost Souls #1)

4.11  ·  Rating details ·  9 ratings  ·  2 reviews
This is an alternate cover edition for ASIN B075RVJMMB

Winter could remember Death's voice in the womb. It calls to him still, filling his mind with visions of all the ways he can die. King Drohn's conquest is destroying everything and everyone, leaving the world in ruin. Branded a traitor and forced to escape Winter must travel to the ends of the known world to gather all
Kindle Edition, 296 pages
Published December 2017 by Amazon Digital Services
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Amy Shannon
May 19, 2018 rated it really liked it

A unique battle between "Death" and "Winter". Now, it is filled with action, and keeps the reader guessing. As all stories, it has to have a hint of lightness to counter balance the darkness, and it does. The characters are intriguing and this story will make you want to read whatever comes next. I really like Drohn, even know he is not presented as likeable, but there is something about him and his darkness. An action-packed story filled with darkness and demons.
Nov 24, 2018 rated it liked it
This story covers a very dark story = lots of death, rape and so on. Just be aware of that when reading this. The first half was great, then midway it just got really messy. It jumped, then jumped and jumped again in a few pages. It skipped time and people a lot in the middle. It felt rushed and incomplete. I got what the Author was trying to do, make it all link up in a nice neat bow, but it just felt off.

The story has huge potential. Even with what I didn’t like about the story, I still enjoye
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