Trapped (Freya Snow)

Trapped (Freya Snow)

by L.C. Mawson

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Trapped (Freya Snow) by L.C. Mawson

Lily Snow awoke in a medical facility with no memory of who she was or how she came to be there, bloodied and battered.

She's told that she was attacked by magical beings, simply for being human. She's told that she's there for her own protection. She's told that the medicine she's taking is to help her recover.

But as her memories start to return, she's not so sure that any of that is true. Not to mention the ghost who keeps appearing, and telling her to get out. Before it's too late.

Trapped is a prequel novella to the Freya Snow series.

Other Freya Snow Books

Hunt
The Freya Snow Short Story Collection
White
Wings

Product Details

BN ID: 2940153340098
Publisher: L.C. Mawson
Publication date: 07/13/2016
Series: Freya Snow
Sold by: Draft2Digital
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 54,874
File size: 340 KB

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Trapped (Freya Snow) 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Rosemary-Standeven More than 1 year ago
“Trapped” is the prequel to the Freya Snow series of books, and tells the story of Lily, Freya’s mother. It fills in a number of the gaps in the later series – we meet Amber while she is still alive, learn more about her link to Lily, find out how Freya was conceived and born, and the circumstances leading up to Lily’s initial banning to the Shadow Realm, and her subsequent change to the timeline, that resulted in her death. This book takes place in what has now become a defunct timeline – where magic and humans (including the enhanced) still mix. The action shifts between the years 1995, when Lily is a teenager at school, and 2000, when a pregnant Lily awakes after an accident with no memory, and between the real (Human) world, the Shadow Realm, and the Underworld. Although this is a prequel, it does not make much sense, unless you have read the first three Freya Snow books (and so the above is not a spoiler). Even then, I had to read it twice, to fully understand what was occurring. The switches in location and time require full concentration when you are reading. There are more than one Lily, which confuses things even more. That being said – it definitely is worth reading, and gives welcome background to so much that happens in the later stories. I received this copy from the author via Amazon in exchange for an honest review