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R lands For months her warriors have waged a valiant stealth battle yet they cannot stop the enemy’s advancement Running out of time she sets sail for sun drenched Vishir the neighboring land to the south to seek help from its ruler Emperor ArmaanA young woman raised in army camps Askia is ill euipped to navigate Vishir’s labyrinthine political games Her every move sinks her deeper into court intrigues which bewilder and repel her leaving her vulnerable not only. While this book definitely doesn t re invent the YA action packed fantasy genre featuring bad ass female leads struggling to overcome all the odds that never seem to be in their favour with a little dash of romance a sprinkle of magic and a great deal of kickin ass along the way I am not mad about it Because this shit just works people at least for me I have yet to wake up and tire from these plot lines and I can appreciate it when it is well done Kinda like chocolate cake Many recipes one result in all the ways in which it counts Still freakin good in my world But now onto the book and many thanks to Edelweiss and the dudes and dudesses at Harper Collins for gifting me an e ARC for this exciting new duology You have my eternal gratitude and obvious dramaticsAskia was your standard YA female main character The product of love between a run away princess and a healer Skilled with a sword wronged by many promised a kingdom in some way wiser than her years and in others definitely not andyeah she s got a shitty name Askia Seriously Someone misspelled SASKIA here Or what happened I don t know why authors have to be so lazily creative Jesus Just stop with that Please The blurb already tells you a lot Mostly that Askia settles at a foreign court and is pretty out of her element there because she is a warrior in all ways that count and only a Princess by name Trying to settle in at court and set herself apart at the same time but not too much because her big personal magical secret can never come out or else is what this book deals with a lot It s not badly done The navigation of the court the characters crafted and moulded and how pieces fall together and some fall completely apart Some of it gave me real Game of Thrones vibes The Black Wolfe Legion It was also pleasurably grotesue how on one hand people were suffering and dying and on the other hand hunts were organised and big balls were held I know this sounds vague But I don t want to spoiler you too hard Right up until NOWThe book opens up on a battlefield It was a bit confusing No foreplay Lots of names and banners and people with names that didn t really stick with me and already a lot of background story which you could tell but not really understand I have to say I have had better starts with books before This was neither the plunging into a story head first and swimming for your life with pleasure but a kind of stumbling into it and being a wee bit disoriented and undecided about what to do next In a weird way this first book felt a lot like a second book Like I had missed the first one and had gone straight to the second one Missed the important bits the problems arising jealous cousin stealing the crownrivalryAskia s parents dyingher relationship with her guards the battle unfolding ending the solution dawning plans formingIt s clear within the first couple of pages how fierce Askia is She is woman than girl and doesn t suffer from shyness of false modesty or general softness this woman tortures friends without the blink of an eye if her role as leader asks for it I guess that s only plausible when you wield death magic and can communicate with ghosts and other horrors She has a mouth and a body and a brain and she knows how to work it She is also a tad bit aloof and perhaps arrogant but I liked that Oh and she is a red head Of course fierce female characters can only ever be red heads I don t know why half the books are filled with them right now Nothing against red hair It s just a heavily worked clich these daysIskander the Princeor really just one of them has dark skin whatever that is supposed to mean He is also a boy than a man and naive yes If you like that you will like him Sweet and stuff Generic really And of course he has another brother who supposedly is the complete opposite yes this is not the least bit original I said that at the beginning But man nothing is as it first seems and things change soooo freakin FAST Vitaly What was that Oh my God To end this review heed my words of warning bc I would have needed it 1If you love animals and are vegetarian or vegan this book might trigger you Graphic descriptions of killing animals for sport aka hunts is happening here Not pleasant 2If you like humans there is torture in this book and the descrition is VIVID The deathskills as well Not YA3Also men in this world can take several wives and women s rights are non existent BUCKLE UP AND ENJOY THIS35 stars Game of Bimbofication, Part 3 ruler Emperor ArmaanA young woman Game of Bimbofication, Part 2 raised in army camps Askia is ill euipped to navigate Vishir’s labyrinthine political games Her every move sinks her deeper into court intrigues which bewilder and Sermons Preached Upon Several Occasions, Vol. 1 of 5 repel her leaving her vulnerable not only. 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To enemies gathering at Vishir's gates but to those behind the palace walls And in this glittering court where secrets are worth than gold Askia fears that one false step will expose her true nature For Askia is a witch gifted with magical abilities knowledge that could destroy not only her life but her people As her adversaries draw closer Askia is forced to make an impossible choice and no matter what she decides it may not be enough to prevent Seravesh’s fall . Source ARC

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A princess with a powerful and dangerous secret must find a way to save her country from ruthless invaders in this exciting debut fantasy the first novel in a thrilling duology packed with heroism treachery magic and warAskia became heir to the Frozen Crown of Seravesh because of her devotion to her people But her realm is facing a threat she cannot defeat by sheer will alone The mad emperor of the Roven Empire has unleashed a horde of invading soldiers to enslave he. I particularly enjoyed the magic system in this book It does seem to have clearly defined rules and limits but the characters don t fully know everything about all the different types of magic This creates interesting situations and problems as they try to discover information They also have to contend with people within the court who are distrustful of magic users and even outright hate them compounding the need for secrecy The court intrigue is also such a great part of this book There is some culture clash as Askia learns to navigate the rules and social norms of the court It is wonderful to see how she not only finds ways to overcome this but also uses her outsider status to her advantage Figuring out who will really help or harm her and her kingdom is a fascinating game with the highest stakes for both herself and her country The characters in this intrigue are well done and all around I found the book to be well written and captivating The ending left me wanting and I am excited for the next book


8 thoughts on “The Frozen Crown The Frozen Crown #1

  1. says:

    they said the goddess RF Kuang's name when talking about people who might like this book soooooo here I am

  2. says:

    I particularly enjoyed the magic system in this book It does seem to have clearly defined rules and limits but the characters’ don’t fully know everything about all the different types of magic This creates in

  3. says:

    While this book definitely doesn't re invent the YA action packed fantasy genre featuring bad ass female leads struggling to overcome

  4. says:

    Thank you to Netgalley and Avon and Harper Voyager for the opportunity to read this book in exchange for an honest review The Frozen CrownThis story centers around Askia A princess and rightful ueen of Seravesh Her cousin murders her grandfat

  5. says:

    Thank you to NetGalley and Harper Voyager for providing me with an ARC in exchange for an honest reviewI’ll cut straight to the chase in case you just want the bottom line I thoroughly enjoyed this book Fair warning though it may start to consume you with the urge to read continuously to the detriment of all other thi

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  7. says:

    Frozen Crown delivers a well plotted story a heroine that avoids all the cliches and a world that is as glittering as it is deadly I w

  8. says:

    It was solid and better by the end than at the beginning The main character is a bit of a trope princess Her burgundy and later crimson hair is only to be expected as she is spirited and can handle a sword She’s fleeing her under siege country to find allies in a foreign empire and of course women don’t have

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