Series: Wintercraft

Author: Jenna Burtenshaw

A Guarda Negra (2011)
3.89 of 5 Votes: 1
The plot of this book can be summed up pretty easily:People want Kate Winter dead. Kate goes on the run, and is chased. She suffers, goes in and out of the veil. The end. That's pretty much all that happens. I don't know why it took 300 pages to tell me this.Silas is on the other side of the ocea...
Wintercraft (2010)
3.66 of 5 Votes: 3
Shadowcry is a good book, but nothing out of the ordinary, although I think the ending suggest a better sequel, with more action (and maybe some romance?) hopefully.I didn't dislike the heroine, Kate, but she seemed somewhat shallow and boring to me, and almost as if she had to wait to be rescued...
O Livro dos Dons (2011)
3.65 of 5 Votes: 3
Run away, get caught, listen to exposition, run away, get caught, listen to more exposition... The basic premise of the world and the story is clever enough, it just takes too long for anything to actually happen. The characters are interesting to start, but then they never change or develop as ...
Shadowcry (2011)
3.65 of 5 Votes: 2
The mechanics of Burtenshaw’s prose are solid, if predictable.That’s this novel’s only saving grace.Aside from the fact that the premise is ripped directly from Garth Nix’s incomparable SABRIEL—down to the exact nomenclature of Death as a river and how the Walker steps into it, feeling the tug an...