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Winterveil 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
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crayolakym More than 1 year ago
This is the third book in The Secrets of Wintercraft series. I haven’t read either of the prior books, but this book stood alone just fine; however, as with most series, you get a deeper story of the characters and their world, it’s always best to start at the beginning. This was definitely a well written book and Kate Winters definitely is a powerfully written character that most readers will be able to relate to, outside the special powers stuff of course. “…I have stepped beyond the shallows of the half-life and witnessed what lies beneath it. Death is beautiful, Kate, but there is another place, a more distant and powerful place. Death cannot save souls who are pulled into its heart.” Kate Winters isn’t your average teen, she holds the power to decipher the secrets held within the ancient book, Wintercraft. In Winterveil, the veil is withering away as the line between life and death is falling apart and, of course, only Kate can stop this from happening and save the Winterveil. That is a lot to ask of a teenage girl, but Kate has good friends, especially Edgar, who is always pushing her to keep going and fight against the living dead that is slowly taking over. But like all good stories, there is always a sinister plot to destroy all that is good and in this case, it’s Silas. Can Kate prevent being persuading by the conniving Silas and not lose hope or her friendship with Edgar in the process? Definitely will want to pick up this book, and the series for a quick read adventure! *This book was provided in exchange for an honest review*          *You can view the original review at Musing with Crayolakym and San Francisco & Sacramento City Book Review