Title: Spartan Frost (Click title for Synopsis)
Source/Format: Purchased/ itunes digital edition
Age Range: YA
Publisher/Publication Date: Kensington Publishing Corporation, June 25, 2013
I’m glad that Jennifer Estep decided to do a Novella from Logan Quinn’s
point of view, because I always wondered what was going on in his head. Spartan Frost really showed how Logan was
struggling with what happened at the end of Crimson Frost. Out of everything he seemed to be struggling
with his guilt over what happened to Gwen, the most. The only thing about Spartan Frost is that it
was more about Logan and not necessarily how he felt about Gwen. Sure, we get small pieces of his emotions, as
well as some insight into the things he liked about her, but otherwise it was
focused primarily on him and his father.
Spartan Frost was a nice bridge to fill the gap between Crimson Frost
and the upcoming release, Midnight Frost.
I’m not sure what’s going to happen next, but what I do know is that
there will be plenty Reapers of Chaos showing up all over the place.