Tears Of Frost (Heart of Thorns #2) by Bree Barton: Review + Giveaway

Tears of Frost

by Bree Barton
Publisher: Katherine Tegen Books      
Release Date: November 5th
Genre: YA, Fantasy
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Synopsis

The electric second book in the Heart of Thorns trilogy explores the effects of power in a dark magical kingdom—and the fierce courage it takes to claim your body as your own.

Mia Rose is back from the dead. Her memories are hazy, her body numb—but she won’t stop searching. Her only hope to save the boy she loves and the sister who destroyed her is to find the mother she can never forgive. Pilar is on a hunt of her own. Betrayed by her mother, and plagued by a painful secret, she’s determined to seek out the only person who can exact revenge. All goes according to plan… until she collides with Prince Quin, the boy whose sister she killed.

As Mia, Pilar, and Quin forge dangerous new alliances, they are bewitched by the snow kingdom’s promise of freedom and opportunity. But with the winter solstice drawing near, they must confront the truth beneath the glimmering ice, as lines between friend, foe, and lover vanish like snowflakes on a flame.

Review


All I’m saying is, this sequel was pretty wild.

In the history of sequels, it does fall along some of the same lines, but even the common tropes are used to further character relationships. If you read the first book and liked it, I recommend giving the sequel a chance as well. In my opinion, it’s even better.

Somehow, it fixes some of the flaws I saw in the first book, which sort of improved my view of the series in general which is always nice. The writing style still isn’t really up my alley, but I can get past that for the sake of the plot.

I also love that while the author tackled some dark subjects, they didn’t seem like thy were just thrown in for the sake of the plot. She did it with care, even adding a trigger warning, which is so important and something I find isn’t extremely common unfortunately.

Overall, I’d recommend the book to anyone who enjoys YA Fantasy, as well as coming of age type books.

Tour Schedule 

October 30th
The Unofficial Addiction Book Fan Club - Welcome Post
October 31st
Careful of Books - Review
Moonlight Rendezvous - Review + Favourite Quotes
Utopia State of Mind - Review + Favourite Quotes
Risah's Book Blog - Promotional Post
November 1st
L.M. Durand - Guest Post
Luchia Houghton Blog - Review + Favourite Quotes
The Reading Corner for All - Review + Favourite Quotes
November 2nd
NovelKnight - Guest Post
Bookishly Nerdy - Review + Favourite Quotes
The Caffeinated Reader - Review + Favourite Quotes
Bookish Looks - Promotional Post
November 3rd
Here's to Happy Endings - Interview
Reads Like Supernovae - Review + Favourite Quotes
Dazzled by Books - Review + Favourite Quotes
The Book Bratz - Promotional Post
November 4th
Wishful Endings - Interview
Popthebutterfly Reads - Review
Wine, Tea, & Paper - Review + Favourite Quotes
Polish & Paperbacks - Promotional Post
November 5th
Kait Plus Books - Interview
Synopses by Sarge - Review
Novel Nerd Faction - Review + Playlist
Oh Hey! Books. - Promotional Post
Author Information

Bree Barton is a writer in Los Angeles. When she’s not lost in whimsy, she works as a ghostwriter and dance teacher to teen girls. She is on Instagram and YouTube as Speak Breely, where she posts funny videos of her melancholy dog. Bree is not a fan of corsets. Bree Barton is the author of Heart of Thorns (KT/HarperCollins 2018), the first in a series of fierce feminist fantasy novels. Her books have been published in seven countries and four languages. When she’s not crafting a story, Bree teaches dance and writing to teen girls. She lives in Los Angeles but dreams of the northern lights. Author Links: GoodreadsWebsiteYoutubeInstagram

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