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A compelling, original, evocative young adult fantasy novel for all ages

I am the daughter of winter. My people are strong and unbending as ice. I was born with the frozen winds sweeping through my hair, with snow dusted across my skin. I am. I am. I am...

For Aeryn, a girl born to the remote, wintry Ice Crown region of Ilirya, the outside world is a fantasy: a series of wonderful stories told by occasional passing travelers. She never imagines anything for her life beyond following in her parents' footsteps. But the discovery that she has the rare gift of magic shatters her isolated world. Aeryn can create and tame fire. It's an intoxicating, raw, and thrilling power, but it also sets her apart. And her gift attracts attention.

She is whisked from her home in the wilds to train at Windhall University and master her magic. There, Aeryn slowly learns the truth about the real world, with its strange mix of people and powers, and so many intertwining threads of shadows and light. She's drawn to unattainable Lyse, a beautiful healer in training who makes Aeryn's heart soar. But she also senses a creeping darkness all around that could threaten the future of the kingdom itself.

©2019 Karen Frost (P)2020 Tantor

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Memory magic lost it for me

The writing is not bad and the reader did a nice job. The use of memory magic, however, ruined the book.

Now this is just me, but when you have someone memory wiped at the beginning of the book and they spend every 4th paragraph commenting on how things would be different "if"....it ruins the book. This is especially true when there isn't a cost or up-keep to this effect.

In addition, we have the ending of the book...cliff hanger. In addition, we have at the end of the book....huge drama, revenge for killing all her family.....but suddenly she is distracted by body of the love interest tackling her to the ground....yeah.

I really can't recommend this book. Your tastes may vary.