The Frozen Witch Book One
Book 1, The Frozen Witch
Odette C. Bell
This book can be downloaded and read in Apple Books on your Mac or iOS device.
She’s in trouble – of the mythic kind. When Lilly White finds a strange box, it changes her life. It ignites the ice that has always lain dormant in her heart. Oh, and it brings her to the attention of him.
And who is he? The god of revenge. He drags her into his world. A world of magic, of crime, of retribution.
She’ll never escape him. And soon she’ll realize she doesn’t want to….
The Frozen Witch is an action-packed urban fantasy sure to please fans of Odette C. Bell’s Angel: Private Eye.
This book is an absolute nightmare
The same gaps in story lines, static characters and repetitive situations are highlighted throughout the series. It could have been better with more attention to the plot or weaving together more mythology with the characters and not describing Vali’s massive build for the hundredth time. This would have been a great first draft to build on and revise, take apart and question things that motivate the characters. Instead it was forced and at times awkward to read. It’s a no for me
Loved Lily and Vali. Can’t wait to start the next book!
This feels like a 5th grade writer who thinks that in order to have a good book, she needs to have similes or metaphors every other sentence. If she wants to write a book that is well respected by the majority of readers, I'd recommend that she learn how not to smother her readers with similes. They're not necessary when you're in the middle of some mundane scene. Keep it for the parts that it will have an impact on the reader, rather than where they will simply make the reader tired of them.