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Reviewed by Janine Thatcher for Readers' Favorite
Wrath of Ice: The Primordial Flame Saga – Book One takes Greek mythology and adds children to the mix – four of them, to be exact. Kylarai, Hakan, Ophelia, and Freed are tasked to save the world from a lonely and cantankerous ice queen (literally), who is set on taking the earth back from the gods and mortals. Empress Rifelia uses ice and cold to mold those who oppose her to conform in her endeavors to recover her “Mother” from what she perceives to be the clutches of subordinates. From Olympus to Hades to the Grand Canyon and Antarctica, E.C. Fisher takes the reader on a journey around the globe and beyond, culminating in an intense battle in the chamber of Atlas. Here, the young characters find out what they are truly capable of.
E.C. Fisher pens an exciting story, keeping the reader wondering just how these young people will progress. Using the concept of a villainess of all life, the reader is drawn in by the drama between the gods and the initial fractious relationships of their offspring. Descriptive scenes provide a vibrant mental image of what is happening, making the story easy to follow as it progresses through the godly realms and earth. Each character is given a distinctiveness that I found appealing, allowing me to identify with each one in one way or another. The plot was interesting, with even the gods of mythology finding an immense challenge in an unknown enemy. The book closed enticingly, referring to a sequel that promises to be as interesting and exciting as Wrath of Ice.