Winter Queen

Winter Queen A slightly pampered girl allows her avoidance behavior to isolate her from the world and it s only when she takes the final step that she realizes the wall she s built in the name of safety is also th

  • Title: Winter Queen
  • Author: E. Kaiser Writes
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 170
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • A slightly pampered girl allows her avoidance behavior to isolate her from the world and it s only when she takes the final step that she realizes the wall she s built in the name of safety is also the one that will hold her prisoner forever unless she discovers how to destroy it The only one who can break a neurosis is the one who has it Combining elements froA slightly pampered girl allows her avoidance behavior to isolate her from the world and it s only when she takes the final step that she realizes the wall she s built in the name of safety is also the one that will hold her prisoner forever unless she discovers how to destroy it The only one who can break a neurosis is the one who has it Combining elements from the Snow Maiden, Schneekind, Snegurochka tales with those of the Snow Queen Winter Queen continues a new series THAW an utterly lovely sequel U.S reviewer Shantelle Mary Praise for previous works E Kaiser Writes created a world that is easy to visualize, and people you d like to spend time with When you finish reading this novel you ll be left wanting Canadian reviewer Kathryn Svendson E Kaiser Writes has created a heroine worthy to stand alongside such relatable and spirited female protagonists as Miri from Princess Academy and Alanna from The Song of the Lioness series British author Melika Dannese Lux

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    1. Winter Queen was an utterly lovely sequel to Winter’s Child, the first book in E. Kaiser Writes’s Thaw series. I suppose I just connected with the characters as they grew or something, because while I enjoyed the first book, the second captured my heart! :)Ilise is about to become queen of Noran. But she has spent most of her life believing lies about herself, and hiding from others and… herself. She’s hardly ready. Of course, bubbly and slightly irresponsible Princess Girthild, doesn’ [...]

    2. Author's Note: I’d wanted to write a Winter Queen piece for some time, but was galvanized into action by all the things Disney's version, Frozen, did wrong. It was just wrenching to see how many themes and deep meanings were just SKIPPED by Disney. There was so, so much that could have, SHOULD have been done… and once I get mad at someone doing a story wrong, it can be like rocket fuel to my own version ; ). I include summaries of the source tales at the beginnings of the Thaw: books, educat [...]

    3. Winter Queen is an extremely cool book.With heat-freezing action, characters that will just melt your heart, and a story that kept me frozen to my chair. I got literal chills at multiple points in this awesome and cold as ice-cream novel.(…You're sick of my ice puns aren't you? Oh well. I try.)The writing, the land, and the story is beautiful. There are a few interesting twists, and a lot of snow. It also has GORGEOUS black-and-white illustrations drawn by the author that are SUPERB.Now I'm go [...]

    4. This book carries the story on from where the first book started. The first one being, " Thaw: Winter's Child" which I have already read. I enjoyed this one more because while the first one was the background basically, this one took off with all kind of action. Political maneuvering was also something going on in the background, as well as the developing story of Ilise and Girta. They both had struggles, but in one part of the book pointed out that both sisters had similar problems that they ha [...]

    5. Thaw: Winter Queen is the second book in the Thaw Series by E Kaiser Writes. It continues Ilise and Girta’s story and shows many of the consequences of the bad decisions and neglect that occurred in Winter’s Child. The story focuses on “The Snow Queen” fairytale and has a plotline very similar to that of Frozen, once again. I was much more impressed with Winter Queen than I had been with Winter’s Child. Although Winter Queen is even more similar to Frozen than the first, it showed insi [...]

    6. Winter Queen continues the Frozen/"The Snow Queen"/"The Snow Baby" retelling begun in Winter's Child. It picks up the story as the king and queen of Noran are departing on a sea voyage, and if you have any knowledge at all of Frozen, you can probably guess what happens next. I like how the author mixed aspects of the classic "The Snow Queen" in with parts of the modern Frozen and then added her own twist to both. I'm happy to say that most of my major issues with Winter's Child are pretty much r [...]

    7. This was a great book. The depth of the story and themes alone would make this worth reading. Hess was a very strong point of this story. The depth of his character and the purity of his actions are refreshing and realistic. I liked Hess - how he was not turned into a villainous rogue simply because stories need one. The plot was actually much more interesting as is - not to mention that his character is actually lovable. I would never have thought that I would root for Hess and Girta at all - b [...]

    8. In the second installment of E. Kaiser Writes' Thaw series, Winter Queen, the story picks up where it left off in Winter's Child. Ilise and Girta are orphaned when their parents are lost at sea. Then the story jumps ahead seven years to the coronation of Queen Ilise. Hess (whom we were introduced to in the first book), a prince of Noran's neighbor Demargen, arrives as an ambassador to witness the coronation and meets Girta. Both are young and naïve and fancy themselves in love, and their announ [...]

    9. Thaw is a series that combines several wintry fairy tales to tell the story of two sisters: Princess Ilise, the older sister with ice powers, and Princess Girta who is stubborn and wild. In Winter Queen, Ilise becomes queen, but her powers drive a wedge between herself, her sister, her kingdom, and the world.The plot may sound familiar to fans of Disney's Frozen, and it is in fact very similar. When I first started reading the series, I was unsure how I felt about its extreme similarity to Froze [...]

    10. Winter's Queen is a continuation of the Frozen-like series Thaw. I had been hoping for a little more story here than I might have expected with its Frozen plot line but was disappointed in that aspect. This is a cute book and a great read aloud for young children, especially fans of Frozen.

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