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  • Paperback: 448 pages
  • Publisher: Walker (5 July 2012)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1406318140
  • ISBN-13: 978-1406318142
  • Product Dimensions: 12.9 x 3.3 x 19.8 cm
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (19 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 264,052 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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A literary fantasy about war, racial identity and first love. eBook available.

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Zoë Marriott lives in Grimsby, Lincolnshire with two cats, named Echo and Hero, and the Devil Hound, otherwise known as Finn. FrostFire is her fourth novel. www.zoemarriott.com

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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By eiran on 16 July 2012
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The blurb of Frostfire cannot express the ride this novel will take you on. If you read it around people they may wonder why you have gone from laughing hysterically to sobbing into your hanky within no time at all - and yeah, definitely have a hanky to hand.

The three main characters are some of the most developed and three dimensional characters I have read about in a long time. Frost is simultaneously a very strong character, who has pulled herself through a lot, and at the same time such a very weak and fragile person. She is not a heroine that you always agree with - sometimes you just want to give her a shake - but you do always empathise with her. Frost's history is revealed to the reader slowly and with each revelation we become more awed at her strength. Frost is forced to undergo a massive emotional transformation and you are rooting for her all the way.

Luca and Arian are just as developed, although we never delve into their minds. My loyalties to the two men just kept switching until I decided that I just love them both equally.

One character experiences something that completely changes their entire personality for a time, and the reader is left shaken as the foundations that they are relying on are smashed apart and we are wondering if they can ever be rebuilt. As a reader I was completely wrong-footed as I did not see it coming. This, of course, added to the amazingness of the story but it also makes you wonder what it takes change a person completely, and whether this change is permanent.

The novel fearlessly tackles all different types of love; friendship, family (the difference between blood and family), hero worship, love built simply from having somebody try to understand you ... but most of all, what is real love.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Serendipity Reviews TOP 1000 REVIEWER on 20 July 2012
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Zoë Marriot is one of those authors I adore. When I receive a book by her, I know I will be lost in a fantasy world from the moment I begin reading to the final paragraph on the last page. Her writing is just so evocative, I find my emotions become entwined with her words and I react alongside the characters to the events that occur in the book.

FrostFire is set in the same world as Daughter of the Flames, which is the only book by this author I haven't read. I didn't feel that I needed to read it as this book stood very well on its own.

When we meet Frost, she really is in a bad way, her self esteem is non existent and it is only when Luca helps her to blossom as her person, that she begins to shine like the rising star she should be. You can almost feel her glistening in the sunlight, as she conquers her fears and learns to live with the wolf inside her. She becomes such a strong character as the book progresses, you find yourself cheering her on from the sidelines. There is an intensity to her relationships between Luca and Arian, that gripped me completely. On finishing the book, I was still torn over which character would have been right for Frost, however I find myself leaning towards Arian more than Luca, as he is such a tortured soul himself. His connection to Frost felt stronger to me, than Luca's. Each character within this emotional triangle, go through a cycle of emotions and reactions, each taking their turn to shine as well as suffer.

The plot is strong and full of action, as the characters fight to stay alive and save their community.
I loved the world created by the author. The writing is extremely descriptive as always and you are aware that the author has painfully taken time over every word chosen and every decision made.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By M S. Godley on 4 July 2012
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Another great book by Zoe. Set back in the same place as Daughter of the Flames but with new characters, it has the same feel to the story. The characters are once again strong and complex and the action is relentless.
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By Sisterspooky on 24 Oct 2014
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Now I'm going to warn you ahead of time when it comes to this review. It was going to be full of gushing and sappy words and phrases like 'ALL THE FEELINGS' and 'OMG ZOE YOU ARE AN EVIL GENIUS!' but I doubt that would help anyone reading it make an informed opinion about anything other than I'm a Marriott fangirl (which I am). I completely adored Shadows on the Moon because of the glorious characters and eloquent writing style that found me in a world that was so magical I barely wanted to leave. Zoe Marriott has done it again and quite frankly if you've ever read one of her books before you'd be a fool not to make grabby hands for this one too.

Set as a companion novel to Daughter of the Flames (which I hadn't read before and will be very soon) I can't say if it spoils or not but I didn't notice it because the story was very much it's own self and the characters were bold and brave. Frost is a girl with troubles and a past that weighs heavy on her shoulders as she's haunted by a curse. The Wolf within her takes over her body in that 'fight or flight' moment and doesn't stop until it's killed or savaged those attacking or just near by. Frost has such guilt over it that it controls her ability to get close to anyone and trust and when Luca, leader of the Hill Guard with the mission to stop the rebels that are encamped in the mountains and are killing civilians or kidnapping them for slaves, and Arian, his adoptive brother and second in command.

It's a tangled tale of war, battles both personal and physical, love and heart ache, passion and fear. Frost is a formidable female character that is oddly both weak and broken and in the same instant the image of pure strength.
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