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Frozen Reign

(Burning Glass #3)

3.65  ·  Rating details ·  46 ratings  ·  4 reviews
Fans of Three Dark Crowns and Red Queen will devour the heart-stopping finale to the #1 New York Times bestselling Burning Glass trilogy, as teen empath Sonya fights to regain her powers amid a vengeful civil war.

Civil war is on the horizon, and former Sovereign Auraseer Sonya is helpless to stop it. With her empathic powers gone, she can no longer protect her beloved Anto
Hardcover, 416 pages
Published November 6th 2018 by Katherine Tegen Books
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This book goes down an icy path as it slips up in its narrative and takes a sluggish pace in its storytelling. Frozen Reign does in fact seem to be frozen in time as this conclusion tries to bring fire to melt its icy way.

warning: spoilers from the first two books Burning Glass and Crystal Blade

The finale takes place a tiny bit after the events of Crystal Blade with Sonya at the convent once again and things plunged into chaos. With Valko gone to to try to bring down the democracy, Sonya needs
Samantha Hastings
Highly readable and very addicting, I couldn't put this book down. It has romance, high-stakes politics, a bitter civil war between two brothers, and a sister whose powers could change everything.

1. Sonya learns to depend on her inner strength, not just her aura powers. Her character growth is one of the best parts of the entire series.
2. Anton never ceases to surprise me (and that's a good thing). No spoilers.
3. The fantasy world expands to Esten (a France-like country) where au
Nov 30, 2018 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition

I was really hoping to love this book as much as the first two. The thing I really liked about the Burning Glass trilogy is Purdie's way with language and how the prose is so flowery and beautiful. There wasn't much of that in this one. So I thought the focus this time was more on plot, and at first the plot was amazing, but at some point I felt like it's dragging for way too long and things just didn't happen till the last 100 pages and everything was rushed. There wasn't a true flow to the
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I will remember this series fondly but I will not reread previous books or this finale. It is an alright book, I suppose. It's quite boring and predictable.

The ongoing themes are journey and Sonya's struggle with her power.
I'm happy that Sonya got that the ending that she wanted.

But for me as a reader it's boring to read the very same ending again, again and again in different books.

Surely YA authors and readers are already aware of other very popular YA series that ends in the same way.

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Kathryn’s love of storytelling began as a young girl when her dad told her about someone named Boo Radley while they listened to the film score of TO KILL A MOCKINGBIRD. In high school and college, Kathryn focused on acting, poetry, guitar, and extensive journal writing. Years later, when she was in recovery from donating a kidney to her brother, inspiration for her first novel struck. She’s been ...more

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