Publication date: July 2017
Genre: Epic Fantasy/Adventure
Queen Irene’s son, Winter, is missing. His wizard teacher, Seever, has tried to find the boy using his “far-away vision,” but it is blocked when he looks to the north. Since only a powerful enchantment can block his sight, Seever concludes an unknown wizard must have taken the young prince.
But aside from Winter, Seever and Kaza, there are no other wizards left alive.
Or are there?
Book two in the Irene, Nan and Kay series, The Hunt for Winter, continues the story of Irene and her best friends as they travel north in search of the Crown Prince.
Firstly, I wish to thank Ravenswood VirtualTours for giving me the opportunity to read this book. I received it in return for an honest review. I read it in three days, as lately I am listening audiobooks more than reading one.
As you can see, this book is written by two authors, and truth be told, I am not a fan of this books. But, to my surprise, I had no problem at all with this book. I enjoyed every word they wrote. They made such a great team, but I will tell you more about it in one of my next posts, as I do have some more information provided by them. By KC Cowan, actually.
To be honest, when I chose this book, I didn’t know too much about it, and I hadn’t realized that there is another book that was written before this one. So, if you want to read The Hunt for Winter, make sure you read Journey to Wizards’ Keep first. I will read it soon. Also, there will be a third book that is expected to be released in 2018.
I loved the writing, it was so easy for me to turn the pages, and with every finished chapter, I was like ” Ok, I need to read the next chapter right now.” And so I did.
I enjoyed connecting with the characters. Especially with the twins. I am sure you’ll do that as well.
I don’t want to say too much about it because I don’t want to spoil it by mistake, so all I have to tell you is READ IT. If you are a huge fan of the fantasy genre, this is your next read. Why? Because there are king and queens, magic and wizards.
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