Shelves: guest-reviews Review by Madison Frost, a girl who is possessed by the wolf believes she is dangerous and a murderer destined to live apart from everyone else. Escape seems like the only option to keep both herself and the warriors safe. When the possibility of freedom, love and a home appear in the form of Luca and Arian, Frost can only be with one of them. Her battle with the wolf Review by Madison Frost, a girl who is possessed by the wolf believes she is dangerous and a murderer destined to live apart from everyone else.
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FrostFire has an entirely new set of characters some of whom are related to the original ones in unexpected ways and is set in the same embattled kingdom of Ruan, in the Subira mountains where Daughter of the Flames opened. FrostFire takes place about seven years after the close of the action in the first book. So how did this companion novel come to be published almost four years after the release of the original story?
Well, not surprisingly, it all began with Daughter of the Flames. When I first conceived that story, it was very different to the version you see on shelves now. The whole second half of the story was going to be this massive arc about betrayal and secret histories and um I made radical changes to the characters and the story, and created an entirely different book which turned out to have a lot of other interesting to me!
But I never forgot the devastating storyline that I had originally planned. And I also never quite let go of Ruan and its beautiful mountains. However, in order to write a book you need more than half a story arc and a setting. You need characters. They arrived in my head as a trio. I was haunted by three scenes which would define the characters. The first was of a pair of injured, lost people, talking to each other in the cramped darkness of a tiny cave while a river flowed by outside, confiding secrets that might never emerge in the light of day.
The second was of a golden person with stars in their eyes, standing in ripples of sunlight, reaching out to someone else and givng them a chance to change their life, and the sense of fearful exultation that second person would feel.
And the final one I saw how the flaws and strengths of these individuals would both support and aggravate the others, causing them to love and hate one another in unique ways, and to change and grow and eventually - hopefully - heal. FrostFire deals with all the issues that I never had a chance to explore in DotF.
Betrayal on a fundamental level, betrayal by someone that you love. How, in the middle of a war, bad guys and good guys sometimes merge into the same thing, how it feels to love someone who is utterly beyond your reach.
The way that people can transcend suffering and horror and become true heroes. Some random things that might interest you about this book. The heroine Both the heroes used to be heroines. In fact, every single character in the book changed sex at least once during the writing. Some changed several times. The course of true love is more of a chasm. Lined with spikes. The dominating metaphor and much of the imagery in Daughter of the Flames was fire duh.
In FrostFire, the images and metaphors come from ice, snow and I finally get to write about one of my favourite animals: wolves.
Book Review: FrostFire by Zoe Marriott
You have to love a real person, not some dream in your head. But the writer IS Zoe Marriott, after all, and I have no doubt whatsoever that she will blow my mind once again! The second was of a golden person with stars in their eyes, standing in ripples of sunlight, reaching out to someone else and givng them a chance to change their life, and the sense of frostfirre exultation that second person would feel. I actually felt like I was there with Frost, in all of the scenes. Arian ist der Bruder von Luca und fast das genaue Gegenteil von ihm. Die Autorin hat das Buch so geschrieben, dass es eine gewisse Grundspannung entsteht, welche sich wie ein Faden durch die gesamte Handlung zieht. The whole second half of the story was going to be this massive arc about betrayal and secret histories and um She was still by no means perfect, but was no longer scared of herself, and ended up defeating the demon wolf that had plagued her zke her entire life.
FrostFire by Zoe Marriott (Paperback, 2012)
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