Howl of the Ice by Christian Raymond (Book Review #1281)


Howl of the ice is a teen and young adult fantasy story. The story begins by letting you know how Falc dislikes frozen lakes and ice but is willing to go with Grandpa to a seasonal ice fishing shanty town atop Lake Blackbird.

Falc slowly begins to enjoy the environment, and his fear starts to deteriorate; however, Falc and his newfound friends panic after a snowstorm night when they realise that everyone has vanished.

The adventure continues with the teenagers attempting to solve the mystery, and that’s when you get to really divulge yourself into the premise of the thrill. I enjoyed the smooth flow of the storytelling, and the author managed to grab my attention from the beginning instantly. Falc’s personality and demeanour were very relatable.

I recommend this book to young adult fans and mystery readers.

Written by Jeyran Main

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