Touch of Frost: a Mythos Academy novel (14)

So I couldn’t put this book down. Touch of Frost by Jennifer Estep. The whole time I was reading it I was getting pulled into the world of myths things you’re not supposed to believe in that aren’t real. The main character Gwen has recently lost her mother and been made to go to Mythos Academy with a bunch of spoiled warrior types. Vikings, Spartans, Valkyries, Celts, etc. You name different warrior races they are there. She basically pulled in to a world that is full of things that can’t be real. she soon learns that she’s wrong about all of that because she dares to care that a student was murdered. if she hadn’t cared she would have never discovered her destiny. simply put

There are no words just simply amazing. I’ll admit at first i thought OK this i just going to be a boring book. i was wrong. it was well written it takes mythology and modern life and makes it so amazing. i makes me wish i could be a gypsy and live the life Gwen was destined to live. Especially after all she’s been through. She’s experience loss. The pain of feeling alone. it’s a wonderful novel and I cant wait to read book two a kiss of frost

I definitely recommend reading this book if you are into action, love, and mythology. it’s the perfect blending of the past meets present.

I Give it Five Stars!!!

Happy Reading!


Description on the back of the book

My name is Gwen Frost, and I go to Mythos Acad­emy — a school of myths, magic and war­rior whiz kids, where even the lowli­est geek knows how to chop off somebody’s head with a sword and Logan Quinn, the hottest Spar­tan guy in school, also hap­pens to be the deadliest.
But lately, things have been weird, even for Mythos. First, mean girl Jas­mine Ash­ton was mur­dered in the Library of Antiq­ui­ties. Then, some­one stole the Bowl of Tears, a mag­i­cal arti­fact that can be used to bring about the sec­ond Chaos War. You know, death, destruc­tion and lots of other bad, bad things. Freaky stuff like this goes on all the time at Mythos, but I’m deter­mined to find out who killed Jasmine and why – espe­cially since I should have been the one who died …

3 thoughts on “Touch of Frost: a Mythos Academy novel (14)

  1. I think you should know that you spelt things wrong. You accidentally hit the ‘o’ button instead of the ‘i’. Anyway, it sounds like a great book.

  2. Pingback: a Review of Midnight Frost (140) | Fiddle Fadle

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