Jennifer Estep Midnight Frost

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Just when it seems life at Mythos Academy can't get any more dangerous, the Reapers of Chaos manage to prove me wrong. It was just a typical night at the Library of Antiquities-until a Reaper tried to poison me. The good news is I'm still alive and kicking. The bad news is the Reaper poisoned someone else instead.
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    Midnight Frost
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    Logan is gone. No, not dead! But gone all the same. After the events at the music hall, the Spartan doesn’t trust himself to be around his girlfriend any longer. Even though Gwen understands his reasons, she’s heartbroken and pissed in turns about it. What was he thinking, leaving her alone in the mess that is going on. Well, not exactly alone, because she still got her friends, including some new ones she made along the way, but that’s hardly the same. By Nikes order, Gwen latest task is searching for artifacts of power. First, to prevent them from getting in the wrong hands (aka Reapers) and second, to hand them over to the persons they “belong” to. Hilarious. Unfortunately nobody told her how to do that. While browsing the library of antiquities for clues Gwen observes a student putting some kind of powder in her drink. The Reapers next attempt on her live, but it’s not her that suffers the consequences. Nickamedes is the one ending up poisoned with a very potent drug and his only chance to survive is a very rare plant only known to grow in some ruins way up in the Rocky Mountains. Determined to save the librarians life Gwen, her group of friends and Coach Ajax head to the Denver branch of Mythos Academy from where they want to start the dangerous tour to the Eir Ruins. Of course, their enemies are very much aware of that, because obviously it was their plan all along to lure them out in the open for an attack. So far, so good. Everybody and their grandmother KNOWS it’s a trap and that Reapers are waiting for them in the Eir Ruins. Do they send an army? The Protectorate? Some Super Hero Warrior? No, all they send is a bunch of teens and one teacher. Okay, they are warrior kids and most of them handled weapons before they could talk so maybe it’s not totally rubbish but still. That doesn’t make any sense whatso-effing-ever! That said, I feel better. Anyway, the book is not a total loss because well, it’s a book for young adults and of course the heroes have to be young adults and not their parents! Sense or no sense. Gwens moping about Logans decision to leave the academy and her is a little bit much sometimes but eventually she comes around and acts more like the kickass girl she really is. Her friends are great as ever and I liked the idea of an unknown relative for Gwen and that we learn more about her family history. “Midnight Frost” is a little like an in-between-book. A filler, if you like. It’s not too bad, but it’s not really good also and the sole purpose is to draw out the events leading to the final battle. That’s what it feels to me anyway. The big surprise, no repetitions anywhere!!! One more book to go, let’s see how it ends :)

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