Plot summary[ edit ] Frostbite takes place in the remote wilderness of Alberta. The setting is similar to the real world, but where werewolves and possibly other supernatural phenomena are rare but known phenomena. The novel opens with Cheyenne "Chey" Clarke parachuting into the wilds of Alberta, provisioned with extensive hiking supplies, most of which are immediately lost. Chey is soon attacked by a werewolf it is indicated to the reader that the creature is obviously not a normal wolf , but survives with only a scratch, which is enough to curse her with lycanthropy. In wandering the wilderness, she meets the enigmatic Dzo, who introduces her to Monty Powell, a werewolf presumably the one who attacked Chey.
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Shelves: favourites , david-wellington , fantasy-urban , werewolves-shifters-skinwalkers , loved-heroine Top Read Cheyenne is travelling with Powell - the werewolf that killed her father and infected her, and both are heading north, deeper into the Artic, to hide from the people that want them dead. All they want is a quiet life, but along their adventure Powells crazy ex lover shows up, a blue skinned human is hunting them and it turns out there is a cure for lycanthropy.
As Chey slowly loses her mind as the dire wolf takes over her mind and body, its a race against time to find the cure. But Top Read Cheyenne is travelling with Powell - the werewolf that killed her father and infected her, and both are heading north, deeper into the Artic, to hide from the people that want them dead. But the cure requires a sacrifice, a big one. Is the cure worth such a thing? Or will it be too late for Chey? Please be aware that this review may contain spoilers before reading further.
It was absolutely fantastic though and brought the series to a shocking, but good end. This series was never supposed to be all lovely with butterflies and a happily-ever-after. The characters we know and love are at risk and we have no idea if they will survive. Chey continues to be a likable heroine and we get to see her struggle to keep her humanity. She remains strong throughout, even in the direst situations. Oh, she did cry, she did break down and beg for her life, but she always tried her best and never gave up.
She may have made some hasty decisions, but she really thought it was the best things to do. Even I disliked her.
David Wellington (author)
Frostbite by David Wellington