Winter Glass (Spindle Fire #2)

Winter Glass (Spindle Fire #2)

A curse comes undone. A kingdom shatters. But some bonds can?t be broken. Princess Aurora, torn from the dream world, plots to assassinate the faerie queen Malfleur, only to confront temptations she never expected. Isabelle, meanwhile, opens her heart to Prince William as they attempt to unite their kingdoms and wage war against Malfleur?s army. But when the appearance of a A curse comes undone. A kingdom shatters. But some bonds can?t be broken. Princess Aurora, torn from the dre...

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Title:Winter Glass (Spindle Fire #2)
Author:Lexa Hillyer
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Genres:Fantasy
ISBN:006244090X
Format Type:Hardcover
Number of Pages:352 pages pages

Winter Glass (Spindle Fire #2) Reviews

  • Lauren
    Apr 05, 2018

    Winter Glass picks up where its predecessor Spindle Fire left off. So, if you have not read Spindle fire, I recommend you read that one first and then pick up this book. I will also say that I enjoyed this book more than I did spindle fire! The Author is also a poet and it is evide...

    ?Among all men and across all fae, no heart can be braver than that of the hart slayer.? first thing, the writing was beautiful. poetic even. this entire book felt like dream. BUT I didn?t understand the main idea of this story. at least not until almost the end. here we...

    RTC ...

    "Among all men and across all fae, no heart can be braver than that of the hart slayer." A princess who must become a warrior. A rebel who must become a princess. An evil fairy. Unexpected romance, and a glass slipper that will change everything. Lexa Hillyer's Winter Glass is a stunn...

    *This review can also be found at The Reader and the Chef! Huge thanks to Glasstown Entertainment for the review copy that I read and reviewed willingly.* Prepare yourself, Winter Glass is set to destroy all the feels! This stunning conclusion full of sisterly love, romance, and m...

    Thanks to the publisher for providing an ARC in exchange for an honest review, this doesn't in any way influence my opinion on it. Getting back into this lush and imaginative world Lexa Hillyer has woven was a very enjoyable experience. Winter Glass begins in the aftermath of th...

    *4.5* Lexa Hillyer won me over with Spindle Fire last fall. I loved the world building and the characters, and while it started off at a slower pace, Lexa greatly built up the speed by the end, setting the stage for book #2. Now that I've read Winter Glass, the verdict is in. I...

  • Emma Holtrust
    Apr 16, 2018

    Winter Glass picks up where its predecessor Spindle Fire left off. So, if you have not read Spindle fire, I recommend you read that one first and then pick up this book. I will also say that I enjoyed this book more than I did spindle fire! The Author is also a poet and it is evide...

    ?Among all men and across all fae, no heart can be braver than that of the hart slayer.? first thing, the writing was beautiful. poetic even. this entire book felt like dream. BUT I didn?t understand the main idea of this story. at least not until almost the end. here we...

    RTC ...

    "Among all men and across all fae, no heart can be braver than that of the hart slayer." A princess who must become a warrior. A rebel who must become a princess. An evil fairy. Unexpected romance, and a glass slipper that will change everything. Lexa Hillyer's Winter Glass is a stunn...

    *This review can also be found at The Reader and the Chef! Huge thanks to Glasstown Entertainment for the review copy that I read and reviewed willingly.* Prepare yourself, Winter Glass is set to destroy all the feels! This stunning conclusion full of sisterly love, romance, and m...

    Thanks to the publisher for providing an ARC in exchange for an honest review, this doesn't in any way influence my opinion on it. Getting back into this lush and imaginative world Lexa Hillyer has woven was a very enjoyable experience. Winter Glass begins in the aftermath of th...

    *4.5* Lexa Hillyer won me over with Spindle Fire last fall. I loved the world building and the characters, and while it started off at a slower pace, Lexa greatly built up the speed by the end, setting the stage for book #2. Now that I've read Winter Glass, the verdict is in. I...

    GIMME! GIMME! GIMME! ...

    You may also find this review on Books, Vertigo & Tea. ????? My Thoughts Spindle Fire was a success for me in terms of YA Fantasy & Retellings. I savored every moment of the dark and atmospheric dream world Hillyer had so poetically crafted. I was also a fan of...

    *Source* Edelweiss *Genre* Young Adult, Fantasy *Rating* 3.5 *Thoughts* Winter Glass, by author Lexa Hillyer, is the second and final installment in the Spindle Fire duology. The story picks up one week after the ending of Spindle Fire. Princess Aurora has been awakened from he...

    Such a great follow up to a great fairy tale retelling. Don't let the cover fool you - this book is darker and more twisted than the first. Also some KILLER unexpected romance. ...

    I'm so excited to be a part of this blog tour: as I was a member of the #SpindleSquad, I hold a special place in my heart for Lexa's books. I loved Spindle Fire, so I knew I would love Winter Glass. Though it didn't end how I would have liked...but that's a big spoiler and I won't r...

    Read more of my reviews at Cornerfolds.com! Spindle Fire was one of my favorite retellings of 2017. For those of you who don't know, retellings are my absolute favorite kinds of books to read! Spindle Fire was unique and exciting and I could not wait to get my hands on the second bo...

    *ARC provided by publisher in exchange for an honest review* "There is such a thing as wanting something too much- waiting so long and so fiercely for it that when it finally arrives, it cannot satisfy the hole its absence created." This was my second novel by Lexa and it starts off ...

    I was super pleased with this sequel! Winter Glass definitely expanded on the world introduced in Spindle Fire. The relationships and characters developed, which really let me get a better feel for them. The plot was urgent, but also filled with dramatic irony, as we kept switching ...

    Fantastic! It was absolutely amazing! ...

    The Sisters I definitely like where Isbe?s character goes in this particular book. She develops WAY more than in the first one and she becomes a much more relateable and likable character. On the other hand, I can?t say I ever grow to like Aurora. She remains an annoying character...

    I was lucky enough to win an ARC of Winter Glass in a Twitter giveaway, and I?m so happy that I did because I loved it! I read Spindle Fire, the first in this fairytale duology, last year and fell completely in love with the main characters, Aurora and Isbe. I?ve always been a h...

    This series has such a special place in my heart. I love this duology to death and will reread it over and over again. This review is gonna be sloppy (running on 1.5 hours of sleep here) but I want to share my thoughts anyways. Winter Glass had a bittersweet ending?very un-fairyt...

    I actually love this cover. ...

    POSITIVES + Character building + Plot twists NEGATIVES ? Plot holes ? Not emotionally attached See full review: Uptown Oracle ...

    Loved how the princess becomes a warrior and saves herself. Girl power!! ...

    This book was given to me in exchange of an honest review. Winter Glass is the sequel to Spindle Fire, a retelling of the classic fairy tale: Sleeping Beauty. Book two picks off right where book one ended. Aurora, Isbe and Prince William are back in Deluce preparing for the loomi...

    I cannot remember the last time I binge-read a book especially one that was over 300 pages. This was a wonderfully compelling read and I couldn't go to bed until I finished it. Winter Glass picks up immediately after Spindle Fire (so if you haven't read that already, pick it up befor...

    I've enjoyed this book, but just as the first one in the series it has some issues. The writing is often forced - the author tries to be descriptive, but fails. However, the plot is so good, so the twists kept me reading. It was a satisfying ending to the duology, though I wish the e...

  • Shelley
    Mar 27, 2018

    Winter Glass picks up where its predecessor Spindle Fire left off. So, if you have not read Spindle fire, I recommend you read that one first and then pick up this book. I will also say that I enjoyed this book more than I did spindle fire! The Author is also a poet and it is evide...

    ?Among all men and across all fae, no heart can be braver than that of the hart slayer.? first thing, the writing was beautiful. poetic even. this entire book felt like dream. BUT I didn?t understand the main idea of this story. at least not until almost the end. here we...

    RTC ...

    "Among all men and across all fae, no heart can be braver than that of the hart slayer." A princess who must become a warrior. A rebel who must become a princess. An evil fairy. Unexpected romance, and a glass slipper that will change everything. Lexa Hillyer's Winter Glass is a stunn...

    *This review can also be found at The Reader and the Chef! Huge thanks to Glasstown Entertainment for the review copy that I read and reviewed willingly.* Prepare yourself, Winter Glass is set to destroy all the feels! This stunning conclusion full of sisterly love, romance, and m...

    Thanks to the publisher for providing an ARC in exchange for an honest review, this doesn't in any way influence my opinion on it. Getting back into this lush and imaginative world Lexa Hillyer has woven was a very enjoyable experience. Winter Glass begins in the aftermath of th...

    *4.5* Lexa Hillyer won me over with Spindle Fire last fall. I loved the world building and the characters, and while it started off at a slower pace, Lexa greatly built up the speed by the end, setting the stage for book #2. Now that I've read Winter Glass, the verdict is in. I...

    GIMME! GIMME! GIMME! ...

    You may also find this review on Books, Vertigo & Tea. ????? My Thoughts Spindle Fire was a success for me in terms of YA Fantasy & Retellings. I savored every moment of the dark and atmospheric dream world Hillyer had so poetically crafted. I was also a fan of...

    *Source* Edelweiss *Genre* Young Adult, Fantasy *Rating* 3.5 *Thoughts* Winter Glass, by author Lexa Hillyer, is the second and final installment in the Spindle Fire duology. The story picks up one week after the ending of Spindle Fire. Princess Aurora has been awakened from he...

  • Debra
    Feb 27, 2018

    Winter Glass picks up where its predecessor Spindle Fire left off. So, if you have not read Spindle fire, I recommend you read that one first and then pick up this book. I will also say that I enjoyed this book more than I did spindle fire! The Author is also a poet and it is evide...

  • Tracy (Cornerfolds)
    Apr 12, 2018

    Winter Glass picks up where its predecessor Spindle Fire left off. So, if you have not read Spindle fire, I recommend you read that one first and then pick up this book. I will also say that I enjoyed this book more than I did spindle fire! The Author is also a poet and it is evide...

    ?Among all men and across all fae, no heart can be braver than that of the hart slayer.? first thing, the writing was beautiful. poetic even. this entire book felt like dream. BUT I didn?t understand the main idea of this story. at least not until almost the end. here we...

    RTC ...

    "Among all men and across all fae, no heart can be braver than that of the hart slayer." A princess who must become a warrior. A rebel who must become a princess. An evil fairy. Unexpected romance, and a glass slipper that will change everything. Lexa Hillyer's Winter Glass is a stunn...

    *This review can also be found at The Reader and the Chef! Huge thanks to Glasstown Entertainment for the review copy that I read and reviewed willingly.* Prepare yourself, Winter Glass is set to destroy all the feels! This stunning conclusion full of sisterly love, romance, and m...

    Thanks to the publisher for providing an ARC in exchange for an honest review, this doesn't in any way influence my opinion on it. Getting back into this lush and imaginative world Lexa Hillyer has woven was a very enjoyable experience. Winter Glass begins in the aftermath of th...

    *4.5* Lexa Hillyer won me over with Spindle Fire last fall. I loved the world building and the characters, and while it started off at a slower pace, Lexa greatly built up the speed by the end, setting the stage for book #2. Now that I've read Winter Glass, the verdict is in. I...

    GIMME! GIMME! GIMME! ...

    You may also find this review on Books, Vertigo & Tea. ????? My Thoughts Spindle Fire was a success for me in terms of YA Fantasy & Retellings. I savored every moment of the dark and atmospheric dream world Hillyer had so poetically crafted. I was also a fan of...

    *Source* Edelweiss *Genre* Young Adult, Fantasy *Rating* 3.5 *Thoughts* Winter Glass, by author Lexa Hillyer, is the second and final installment in the Spindle Fire duology. The story picks up one week after the ending of Spindle Fire. Princess Aurora has been awakened from he...

    Such a great follow up to a great fairy tale retelling. Don't let the cover fool you - this book is darker and more twisted than the first. Also some KILLER unexpected romance. ...

    I'm so excited to be a part of this blog tour: as I was a member of the #SpindleSquad, I hold a special place in my heart for Lexa's books. I loved Spindle Fire, so I knew I would love Winter Glass. Though it didn't end how I would have liked...but that's a big spoiler and I won't r...

    Read more of my reviews at Cornerfolds.com! Spindle Fire was one of my favorite retellings of 2017. For those of you who don't know, retellings are my absolute favorite kinds of books to read! Spindle Fire was unique and exciting and I could not wait to get my hands on the second bo...

  • Melissa Robles
    Apr 16, 2018

    Winter Glass picks up where its predecessor Spindle Fire left off. So, if you have not read Spindle fire, I recommend you read that one first and then pick up this book. I will also say that I enjoyed this book more than I did spindle fire! The Author is also a poet and it is evide...

    ?Among all men and across all fae, no heart can be braver than that of the hart slayer.? first thing, the writing was beautiful. poetic even. this entire book felt like dream. BUT I didn?t understand the main idea of this story. at least not until almost the end. here we...

    RTC ...

    "Among all men and across all fae, no heart can be braver than that of the hart slayer." A princess who must become a warrior. A rebel who must become a princess. An evil fairy. Unexpected romance, and a glass slipper that will change everything. Lexa Hillyer's Winter Glass is a stunn...

    *This review can also be found at The Reader and the Chef! Huge thanks to Glasstown Entertainment for the review copy that I read and reviewed willingly.* Prepare yourself, Winter Glass is set to destroy all the feels! This stunning conclusion full of sisterly love, romance, and m...

  • Jennifer
    Nov 01, 2017

    Winter Glass picks up where its predecessor Spindle Fire left off. So, if you have not read Spindle fire, I recommend you read that one first and then pick up this book. I will also say that I enjoyed this book more than I did spindle fire! The Author is also a poet and it is evide...

    ?Among all men and across all fae, no heart can be braver than that of the hart slayer.? first thing, the writing was beautiful. poetic even. this entire book felt like dream. BUT I didn?t understand the main idea of this story. at least not until almost the end. here we...

    RTC ...

    "Among all men and across all fae, no heart can be braver than that of the hart slayer." A princess who must become a warrior. A rebel who must become a princess. An evil fairy. Unexpected romance, and a glass slipper that will change everything. Lexa Hillyer's Winter Glass is a stunn...

    *This review can also be found at The Reader and the Chef! Huge thanks to Glasstown Entertainment for the review copy that I read and reviewed willingly.* Prepare yourself, Winter Glass is set to destroy all the feels! This stunning conclusion full of sisterly love, romance, and m...

    Thanks to the publisher for providing an ARC in exchange for an honest review, this doesn't in any way influence my opinion on it. Getting back into this lush and imaginative world Lexa Hillyer has woven was a very enjoyable experience. Winter Glass begins in the aftermath of th...

    *4.5* Lexa Hillyer won me over with Spindle Fire last fall. I loved the world building and the characters, and while it started off at a slower pace, Lexa greatly built up the speed by the end, setting the stage for book #2. Now that I've read Winter Glass, the verdict is in. I...

    GIMME! GIMME! GIMME! ...

    You may also find this review on Books, Vertigo & Tea. ????? My Thoughts Spindle Fire was a success for me in terms of YA Fantasy & Retellings. I savored every moment of the dark and atmospheric dream world Hillyer had so poetically crafted. I was also a fan of...

    *Source* Edelweiss *Genre* Young Adult, Fantasy *Rating* 3.5 *Thoughts* Winter Glass, by author Lexa Hillyer, is the second and final installment in the Spindle Fire duology. The story picks up one week after the ending of Spindle Fire. Princess Aurora has been awakened from he...

    Such a great follow up to a great fairy tale retelling. Don't let the cover fool you - this book is darker and more twisted than the first. Also some KILLER unexpected romance. ...

    I'm so excited to be a part of this blog tour: as I was a member of the #SpindleSquad, I hold a special place in my heart for Lexa's books. I loved Spindle Fire, so I knew I would love Winter Glass. Though it didn't end how I would have liked...but that's a big spoiler and I won't r...

    Read more of my reviews at Cornerfolds.com! Spindle Fire was one of my favorite retellings of 2017. For those of you who don't know, retellings are my absolute favorite kinds of books to read! Spindle Fire was unique and exciting and I could not wait to get my hands on the second bo...

    *ARC provided by publisher in exchange for an honest review* "There is such a thing as wanting something too much- waiting so long and so fiercely for it that when it finally arrives, it cannot satisfy the hole its absence created." This was my second novel by Lexa and it starts off ...

    I was super pleased with this sequel! Winter Glass definitely expanded on the world introduced in Spindle Fire. The relationships and characters developed, which really let me get a better feel for them. The plot was urgent, but also filled with dramatic irony, as we kept switching ...

    Fantastic! It was absolutely amazing! ...

    The Sisters I definitely like where Isbe?s character goes in this particular book. She develops WAY more than in the first one and she becomes a much more relateable and likable character. On the other hand, I can?t say I ever grow to like Aurora. She remains an annoying character...

    I was lucky enough to win an ARC of Winter Glass in a Twitter giveaway, and I?m so happy that I did because I loved it! I read Spindle Fire, the first in this fairytale duology, last year and fell completely in love with the main characters, Aurora and Isbe. I?ve always been a h...

    This series has such a special place in my heart. I love this duology to death and will reread it over and over again. This review is gonna be sloppy (running on 1.5 hours of sleep here) but I want to share my thoughts anyways. Winter Glass had a bittersweet ending?very un-fairyt...

    I actually love this cover. ...

    POSITIVES + Character building + Plot twists NEGATIVES ? Plot holes ? Not emotionally attached See full review: Uptown Oracle ...

    Loved how the princess becomes a warrior and saves herself. Girl power!! ...

    This book was given to me in exchange of an honest review. Winter Glass is the sequel to Spindle Fire, a retelling of the classic fairy tale: Sleeping Beauty. Book two picks off right where book one ended. Aurora, Isbe and Prince William are back in Deluce preparing for the loomi...

    I cannot remember the last time I binge-read a book especially one that was over 300 pages. This was a wonderfully compelling read and I couldn't go to bed until I finished it. Winter Glass picks up immediately after Spindle Fire (so if you haven't read that already, pick it up befor...

    I've enjoyed this book, but just as the first one in the series it has some issues. The writing is often forced - the author tries to be descriptive, but fails. However, the plot is so good, so the twists kept me reading. It was a satisfying ending to the duology, though I wish the e...

    Winter Glass was a stunning follow-up to Spindle Fire, and I'm so very glad to have been given the chance to read and review an early copy in exchange for my honest opinion of the story. Winter Glass picks up right where Spindle Fire left off, and Lexa Hillyer doesn't waste a singl...

    ***Thank you to Edelweiss for the e-galley of this sequel to Spindle Fire.*** This is a direct sequel which starts off when the curse under Aurora has been broken and she awakens to find war between the fairy queen Malfeur and Deluce brewing. We are taken through different POV's thr...

    Thoughts: This book was marvelous. I loved, loved, loved how Lexa Hillyer went deeper into Isabelle's past in Winter Glass. I also loved how (spoiler) Gilbert came back. In book one, when Gilbert and Isabelle got separated, I was devastated because Gilbert was one of my favorite char...

    I received this book as a Goodreads Giveaway. I enjoyed the first book in this series but was so happy to see the characters developed more in the second book. This is a great reimagined Cinderella with interesting plot and characters. I enjoyed the relationship between Aurora and ...

    This story was so amazing. Love how it ended. Hope to read more books from author soon. Will review it better on my blog when closer to release date. ...

  • Books, Vertigo and Tea (Danielle)
    Jun 07, 2018

    Winter Glass picks up where its predecessor Spindle Fire left off. So, if you have not read Spindle fire, I recommend you read that one first and then pick up this book. I will also say that I enjoyed this book more than I did spindle fire! The Author is also a poet and it is evide...

    ?Among all men and across all fae, no heart can be braver than that of the hart slayer.? first thing, the writing was beautiful. poetic even. this entire book felt like dream. BUT I didn?t understand the main idea of this story. at least not until almost the end. here we...

    RTC ...

    "Among all men and across all fae, no heart can be braver than that of the hart slayer." A princess who must become a warrior. A rebel who must become a princess. An evil fairy. Unexpected romance, and a glass slipper that will change everything. Lexa Hillyer's Winter Glass is a stunn...

    *This review can also be found at The Reader and the Chef! Huge thanks to Glasstown Entertainment for the review copy that I read and reviewed willingly.* Prepare yourself, Winter Glass is set to destroy all the feels! This stunning conclusion full of sisterly love, romance, and m...

    Thanks to the publisher for providing an ARC in exchange for an honest review, this doesn't in any way influence my opinion on it. Getting back into this lush and imaginative world Lexa Hillyer has woven was a very enjoyable experience. Winter Glass begins in the aftermath of th...

    *4.5* Lexa Hillyer won me over with Spindle Fire last fall. I loved the world building and the characters, and while it started off at a slower pace, Lexa greatly built up the speed by the end, setting the stage for book #2. Now that I've read Winter Glass, the verdict is in. I...

    GIMME! GIMME! GIMME! ...

    You may also find this review on Books, Vertigo & Tea. ????? My Thoughts Spindle Fire was a success for me in terms of YA Fantasy & Retellings. I savored every moment of the dark and atmospheric dream world Hillyer had so poetically crafted. I was also a fan of...

  • Melanie Bernard
    Mar 25, 2018

    Winter Glass picks up where its predecessor Spindle Fire left off. So, if you have not read Spindle fire, I recommend you read that one first and then pick up this book. I will also say that I enjoyed this book more than I did spindle fire! The Author is also a poet and it is evide...

    ?Among all men and across all fae, no heart can be braver than that of the hart slayer.? first thing, the writing was beautiful. poetic even. this entire book felt like dream. BUT I didn?t understand the main idea of this story. at least not until almost the end. here we...

    RTC ...

    "Among all men and across all fae, no heart can be braver than that of the hart slayer." A princess who must become a warrior. A rebel who must become a princess. An evil fairy. Unexpected romance, and a glass slipper that will change everything. Lexa Hillyer's Winter Glass is a stunn...

    *This review can also be found at The Reader and the Chef! Huge thanks to Glasstown Entertainment for the review copy that I read and reviewed willingly.* Prepare yourself, Winter Glass is set to destroy all the feels! This stunning conclusion full of sisterly love, romance, and m...

    Thanks to the publisher for providing an ARC in exchange for an honest review, this doesn't in any way influence my opinion on it. Getting back into this lush and imaginative world Lexa Hillyer has woven was a very enjoyable experience. Winter Glass begins in the aftermath of th...

    *4.5* Lexa Hillyer won me over with Spindle Fire last fall. I loved the world building and the characters, and while it started off at a slower pace, Lexa greatly built up the speed by the end, setting the stage for book #2. Now that I've read Winter Glass, the verdict is in. I...

    GIMME! GIMME! GIMME! ...

    You may also find this review on Books, Vertigo & Tea. ????? My Thoughts Spindle Fire was a success for me in terms of YA Fantasy & Retellings. I savored every moment of the dark and atmospheric dream world Hillyer had so poetically crafted. I was also a fan of...

    *Source* Edelweiss *Genre* Young Adult, Fantasy *Rating* 3.5 *Thoughts* Winter Glass, by author Lexa Hillyer, is the second and final installment in the Spindle Fire duology. The story picks up one week after the ending of Spindle Fire. Princess Aurora has been awakened from he...

    Such a great follow up to a great fairy tale retelling. Don't let the cover fool you - this book is darker and more twisted than the first. Also some KILLER unexpected romance. ...

    I'm so excited to be a part of this blog tour: as I was a member of the #SpindleSquad, I hold a special place in my heart for Lexa's books. I loved Spindle Fire, so I knew I would love Winter Glass. Though it didn't end how I would have liked...but that's a big spoiler and I won't r...

    Read more of my reviews at Cornerfolds.com! Spindle Fire was one of my favorite retellings of 2017. For those of you who don't know, retellings are my absolute favorite kinds of books to read! Spindle Fire was unique and exciting and I could not wait to get my hands on the second bo...

    *ARC provided by publisher in exchange for an honest review* "There is such a thing as wanting something too much- waiting so long and so fiercely for it that when it finally arrives, it cannot satisfy the hole its absence created." This was my second novel by Lexa and it starts off ...

    I was super pleased with this sequel! Winter Glass definitely expanded on the world introduced in Spindle Fire. The relationships and characters developed, which really let me get a better feel for them. The plot was urgent, but also filled with dramatic irony, as we kept switching ...

    Fantastic! It was absolutely amazing! ...

    The Sisters I definitely like where Isbe?s character goes in this particular book. She develops WAY more than in the first one and she becomes a much more relateable and likable character. On the other hand, I can?t say I ever grow to like Aurora. She remains an annoying character...

  • Ally
    Mar 22, 2018

    Winter Glass picks up where its predecessor Spindle Fire left off. So, if you have not read Spindle fire, I recommend you read that one first and then pick up this book. I will also say that I enjoyed this book more than I did spindle fire! The Author is also a poet and it is evide...

    ?Among all men and across all fae, no heart can be braver than that of the hart slayer.? first thing, the writing was beautiful. poetic even. this entire book felt like dream. BUT I didn?t understand the main idea of this story. at least not until almost the end. here we...

    RTC ...

    "Among all men and across all fae, no heart can be braver than that of the hart slayer." A princess who must become a warrior. A rebel who must become a princess. An evil fairy. Unexpected romance, and a glass slipper that will change everything. Lexa Hillyer's Winter Glass is a stunn...

    *This review can also be found at The Reader and the Chef! Huge thanks to Glasstown Entertainment for the review copy that I read and reviewed willingly.* Prepare yourself, Winter Glass is set to destroy all the feels! This stunning conclusion full of sisterly love, romance, and m...

    Thanks to the publisher for providing an ARC in exchange for an honest review, this doesn't in any way influence my opinion on it. Getting back into this lush and imaginative world Lexa Hillyer has woven was a very enjoyable experience. Winter Glass begins in the aftermath of th...

    *4.5* Lexa Hillyer won me over with Spindle Fire last fall. I loved the world building and the characters, and while it started off at a slower pace, Lexa greatly built up the speed by the end, setting the stage for book #2. Now that I've read Winter Glass, the verdict is in. I...

    GIMME! GIMME! GIMME! ...

    You may also find this review on Books, Vertigo & Tea. ????? My Thoughts Spindle Fire was a success for me in terms of YA Fantasy & Retellings. I savored every moment of the dark and atmospheric dream world Hillyer had so poetically crafted. I was also a fan of...

    *Source* Edelweiss *Genre* Young Adult, Fantasy *Rating* 3.5 *Thoughts* Winter Glass, by author Lexa Hillyer, is the second and final installment in the Spindle Fire duology. The story picks up one week after the ending of Spindle Fire. Princess Aurora has been awakened from he...

    Such a great follow up to a great fairy tale retelling. Don't let the cover fool you - this book is darker and more twisted than the first. Also some KILLER unexpected romance. ...

    I'm so excited to be a part of this blog tour: as I was a member of the #SpindleSquad, I hold a special place in my heart for Lexa's books. I loved Spindle Fire, so I knew I would love Winter Glass. Though it didn't end how I would have liked...but that's a big spoiler and I won't r...

    Read more of my reviews at Cornerfolds.com! Spindle Fire was one of my favorite retellings of 2017. For those of you who don't know, retellings are my absolute favorite kinds of books to read! Spindle Fire was unique and exciting and I could not wait to get my hands on the second bo...

    *ARC provided by publisher in exchange for an honest review* "There is such a thing as wanting something too much- waiting so long and so fiercely for it that when it finally arrives, it cannot satisfy the hole its absence created." This was my second novel by Lexa and it starts off ...

    I was super pleased with this sequel! Winter Glass definitely expanded on the world introduced in Spindle Fire. The relationships and characters developed, which really let me get a better feel for them. The plot was urgent, but also filled with dramatic irony, as we kept switching ...

    Fantastic! It was absolutely amazing! ...

    The Sisters I definitely like where Isbe?s character goes in this particular book. She develops WAY more than in the first one and she becomes a much more relateable and likable character. On the other hand, I can?t say I ever grow to like Aurora. She remains an annoying character...

    I was lucky enough to win an ARC of Winter Glass in a Twitter giveaway, and I?m so happy that I did because I loved it! I read Spindle Fire, the first in this fairytale duology, last year and fell completely in love with the main characters, Aurora and Isbe. I?ve always been a h...

    This series has such a special place in my heart. I love this duology to death and will reread it over and over again. This review is gonna be sloppy (running on 1.5 hours of sleep here) but I want to share my thoughts anyways. Winter Glass had a bittersweet ending?very un-fairyt...

    I actually love this cover. ...

    POSITIVES + Character building + Plot twists NEGATIVES ? Plot holes ? Not emotionally attached See full review: Uptown Oracle ...

    Loved how the princess becomes a warrior and saves herself. Girl power!! ...

    This book was given to me in exchange of an honest review. Winter Glass is the sequel to Spindle Fire, a retelling of the classic fairy tale: Sleeping Beauty. Book two picks off right where book one ended. Aurora, Isbe and Prince William are back in Deluce preparing for the loomi...

  • nät
    Jun 09, 2018

    Winter Glass picks up where its predecessor Spindle Fire left off. So, if you have not read Spindle fire, I recommend you read that one first and then pick up this book. I will also say that I enjoyed this book more than I did spindle fire! The Author is also a poet and it is evide...

    ?Among all men and across all fae, no heart can be braver than that of the hart slayer.? first thing, the writing was beautiful. poetic even. this entire book felt like dream. BUT I didn?t understand the main idea of this story. at least not until almost the end. here we...

  • Shanice Singh
    Apr 08, 2018

    Winter Glass picks up where its predecessor Spindle Fire left off. So, if you have not read Spindle fire, I recommend you read that one first and then pick up this book. I will also say that I enjoyed this book more than I did spindle fire! The Author is also a poet and it is evide...

    ?Among all men and across all fae, no heart can be braver than that of the hart slayer.? first thing, the writing was beautiful. poetic even. this entire book felt like dream. BUT I didn?t understand the main idea of this story. at least not until almost the end. here we...

    RTC ...

    "Among all men and across all fae, no heart can be braver than that of the hart slayer." A princess who must become a warrior. A rebel who must become a princess. An evil fairy. Unexpected romance, and a glass slipper that will change everything. Lexa Hillyer's Winter Glass is a stunn...

    *This review can also be found at The Reader and the Chef! Huge thanks to Glasstown Entertainment for the review copy that I read and reviewed willingly.* Prepare yourself, Winter Glass is set to destroy all the feels! This stunning conclusion full of sisterly love, romance, and m...

    Thanks to the publisher for providing an ARC in exchange for an honest review, this doesn't in any way influence my opinion on it. Getting back into this lush and imaginative world Lexa Hillyer has woven was a very enjoyable experience. Winter Glass begins in the aftermath of th...

    *4.5* Lexa Hillyer won me over with Spindle Fire last fall. I loved the world building and the characters, and while it started off at a slower pace, Lexa greatly built up the speed by the end, setting the stage for book #2. Now that I've read Winter Glass, the verdict is in. I...

    GIMME! GIMME! GIMME! ...

    You may also find this review on Books, Vertigo & Tea. ????? My Thoughts Spindle Fire was a success for me in terms of YA Fantasy & Retellings. I savored every moment of the dark and atmospheric dream world Hillyer had so poetically crafted. I was also a fan of...

    *Source* Edelweiss *Genre* Young Adult, Fantasy *Rating* 3.5 *Thoughts* Winter Glass, by author Lexa Hillyer, is the second and final installment in the Spindle Fire duology. The story picks up one week after the ending of Spindle Fire. Princess Aurora has been awakened from he...

    Such a great follow up to a great fairy tale retelling. Don't let the cover fool you - this book is darker and more twisted than the first. Also some KILLER unexpected romance. ...

    I'm so excited to be a part of this blog tour: as I was a member of the #SpindleSquad, I hold a special place in my heart for Lexa's books. I loved Spindle Fire, so I knew I would love Winter Glass. Though it didn't end how I would have liked...but that's a big spoiler and I won't r...

    Read more of my reviews at Cornerfolds.com! Spindle Fire was one of my favorite retellings of 2017. For those of you who don't know, retellings are my absolute favorite kinds of books to read! Spindle Fire was unique and exciting and I could not wait to get my hands on the second bo...

    *ARC provided by publisher in exchange for an honest review* "There is such a thing as wanting something too much- waiting so long and so fiercely for it that when it finally arrives, it cannot satisfy the hole its absence created." This was my second novel by Lexa and it starts off ...

    I was super pleased with this sequel! Winter Glass definitely expanded on the world introduced in Spindle Fire. The relationships and characters developed, which really let me get a better feel for them. The plot was urgent, but also filled with dramatic irony, as we kept switching ...

    Fantastic! It was absolutely amazing! ...

    The Sisters I definitely like where Isbe?s character goes in this particular book. She develops WAY more than in the first one and she becomes a much more relateable and likable character. On the other hand, I can?t say I ever grow to like Aurora. She remains an annoying character...

    I was lucky enough to win an ARC of Winter Glass in a Twitter giveaway, and I?m so happy that I did because I loved it! I read Spindle Fire, the first in this fairytale duology, last year and fell completely in love with the main characters, Aurora and Isbe. I?ve always been a h...

    This series has such a special place in my heart. I love this duology to death and will reread it over and over again. This review is gonna be sloppy (running on 1.5 hours of sleep here) but I want to share my thoughts anyways. Winter Glass had a bittersweet ending?very un-fairyt...

    I actually love this cover. ...

    POSITIVES + Character building + Plot twists NEGATIVES ? Plot holes ? Not emotionally attached See full review: Uptown Oracle ...

    Loved how the princess becomes a warrior and saves herself. Girl power!! ...

    This book was given to me in exchange of an honest review. Winter Glass is the sequel to Spindle Fire, a retelling of the classic fairy tale: Sleeping Beauty. Book two picks off right where book one ended. Aurora, Isbe and Prince William are back in Deluce preparing for the loomi...

    I cannot remember the last time I binge-read a book especially one that was over 300 pages. This was a wonderfully compelling read and I couldn't go to bed until I finished it. Winter Glass picks up immediately after Spindle Fire (so if you haven't read that already, pick it up befor...

  • rachel • typed truths
    Jun 22, 2017

    Winter Glass picks up where its predecessor Spindle Fire left off. So, if you have not read Spindle fire, I recommend you read that one first and then pick up this book. I will also say that I enjoyed this book more than I did spindle fire! The Author is also a poet and it is evide...

    ?Among all men and across all fae, no heart can be braver than that of the hart slayer.? first thing, the writing was beautiful. poetic even. this entire book felt like dream. BUT I didn?t understand the main idea of this story. at least not until almost the end. here we...

    RTC ...

    "Among all men and across all fae, no heart can be braver than that of the hart slayer." A princess who must become a warrior. A rebel who must become a princess. An evil fairy. Unexpected romance, and a glass slipper that will change everything. Lexa Hillyer's Winter Glass is a stunn...

    *This review can also be found at The Reader and the Chef! Huge thanks to Glasstown Entertainment for the review copy that I read and reviewed willingly.* Prepare yourself, Winter Glass is set to destroy all the feels! This stunning conclusion full of sisterly love, romance, and m...

    Thanks to the publisher for providing an ARC in exchange for an honest review, this doesn't in any way influence my opinion on it. Getting back into this lush and imaginative world Lexa Hillyer has woven was a very enjoyable experience. Winter Glass begins in the aftermath of th...

    *4.5* Lexa Hillyer won me over with Spindle Fire last fall. I loved the world building and the characters, and while it started off at a slower pace, Lexa greatly built up the speed by the end, setting the stage for book #2. Now that I've read Winter Glass, the verdict is in. I...

    GIMME! GIMME! GIMME! ...

    You may also find this review on Books, Vertigo & Tea. ????? My Thoughts Spindle Fire was a success for me in terms of YA Fantasy & Retellings. I savored every moment of the dark and atmospheric dream world Hillyer had so poetically crafted. I was also a fan of...

    *Source* Edelweiss *Genre* Young Adult, Fantasy *Rating* 3.5 *Thoughts* Winter Glass, by author Lexa Hillyer, is the second and final installment in the Spindle Fire duology. The story picks up one week after the ending of Spindle Fire. Princess Aurora has been awakened from he...

    Such a great follow up to a great fairy tale retelling. Don't let the cover fool you - this book is darker and more twisted than the first. Also some KILLER unexpected romance. ...

    I'm so excited to be a part of this blog tour: as I was a member of the #SpindleSquad, I hold a special place in my heart for Lexa's books. I loved Spindle Fire, so I knew I would love Winter Glass. Though it didn't end how I would have liked...but that's a big spoiler and I won't r...

    Read more of my reviews at Cornerfolds.com! Spindle Fire was one of my favorite retellings of 2017. For those of you who don't know, retellings are my absolute favorite kinds of books to read! Spindle Fire was unique and exciting and I could not wait to get my hands on the second bo...

    *ARC provided by publisher in exchange for an honest review* "There is such a thing as wanting something too much- waiting so long and so fiercely for it that when it finally arrives, it cannot satisfy the hole its absence created." This was my second novel by Lexa and it starts off ...

    I was super pleased with this sequel! Winter Glass definitely expanded on the world introduced in Spindle Fire. The relationships and characters developed, which really let me get a better feel for them. The plot was urgent, but also filled with dramatic irony, as we kept switching ...

    Fantastic! It was absolutely amazing! ...

    The Sisters I definitely like where Isbe?s character goes in this particular book. She develops WAY more than in the first one and she becomes a much more relateable and likable character. On the other hand, I can?t say I ever grow to like Aurora. She remains an annoying character...

    I was lucky enough to win an ARC of Winter Glass in a Twitter giveaway, and I?m so happy that I did because I loved it! I read Spindle Fire, the first in this fairytale duology, last year and fell completely in love with the main characters, Aurora and Isbe. I?ve always been a h...

    This series has such a special place in my heart. I love this duology to death and will reread it over and over again. This review is gonna be sloppy (running on 1.5 hours of sleep here) but I want to share my thoughts anyways. Winter Glass had a bittersweet ending?very un-fairyt...

    I actually love this cover. ...

  • Connie
    Mar 30, 2018

    Winter Glass picks up where its predecessor Spindle Fire left off. So, if you have not read Spindle fire, I recommend you read that one first and then pick up this book. I will also say that I enjoyed this book more than I did spindle fire! The Author is also a poet and it is evide...

    ?Among all men and across all fae, no heart can be braver than that of the hart slayer.? first thing, the writing was beautiful. poetic even. this entire book felt like dream. BUT I didn?t understand the main idea of this story. at least not until almost the end. here we...

    RTC ...

    "Among all men and across all fae, no heart can be braver than that of the hart slayer." A princess who must become a warrior. A rebel who must become a princess. An evil fairy. Unexpected romance, and a glass slipper that will change everything. Lexa Hillyer's Winter Glass is a stunn...

    *This review can also be found at The Reader and the Chef! Huge thanks to Glasstown Entertainment for the review copy that I read and reviewed willingly.* Prepare yourself, Winter Glass is set to destroy all the feels! This stunning conclusion full of sisterly love, romance, and m...

    Thanks to the publisher for providing an ARC in exchange for an honest review, this doesn't in any way influence my opinion on it. Getting back into this lush and imaginative world Lexa Hillyer has woven was a very enjoyable experience. Winter Glass begins in the aftermath of th...

    *4.5* Lexa Hillyer won me over with Spindle Fire last fall. I loved the world building and the characters, and while it started off at a slower pace, Lexa greatly built up the speed by the end, setting the stage for book #2. Now that I've read Winter Glass, the verdict is in. I...

    GIMME! GIMME! GIMME! ...

    You may also find this review on Books, Vertigo & Tea. ????? My Thoughts Spindle Fire was a success for me in terms of YA Fantasy & Retellings. I savored every moment of the dark and atmospheric dream world Hillyer had so poetically crafted. I was also a fan of...

    *Source* Edelweiss *Genre* Young Adult, Fantasy *Rating* 3.5 *Thoughts* Winter Glass, by author Lexa Hillyer, is the second and final installment in the Spindle Fire duology. The story picks up one week after the ending of Spindle Fire. Princess Aurora has been awakened from he...

    Such a great follow up to a great fairy tale retelling. Don't let the cover fool you - this book is darker and more twisted than the first. Also some KILLER unexpected romance. ...

    I'm so excited to be a part of this blog tour: as I was a member of the #SpindleSquad, I hold a special place in my heart for Lexa's books. I loved Spindle Fire, so I knew I would love Winter Glass. Though it didn't end how I would have liked...but that's a big spoiler and I won't r...

    Read more of my reviews at Cornerfolds.com! Spindle Fire was one of my favorite retellings of 2017. For those of you who don't know, retellings are my absolute favorite kinds of books to read! Spindle Fire was unique and exciting and I could not wait to get my hands on the second bo...

    *ARC provided by publisher in exchange for an honest review* "There is such a thing as wanting something too much- waiting so long and so fiercely for it that when it finally arrives, it cannot satisfy the hole its absence created." This was my second novel by Lexa and it starts off ...

    I was super pleased with this sequel! Winter Glass definitely expanded on the world introduced in Spindle Fire. The relationships and characters developed, which really let me get a better feel for them. The plot was urgent, but also filled with dramatic irony, as we kept switching ...

    Fantastic! It was absolutely amazing! ...

    The Sisters I definitely like where Isbe?s character goes in this particular book. She develops WAY more than in the first one and she becomes a much more relateable and likable character. On the other hand, I can?t say I ever grow to like Aurora. She remains an annoying character...

    I was lucky enough to win an ARC of Winter Glass in a Twitter giveaway, and I?m so happy that I did because I loved it! I read Spindle Fire, the first in this fairytale duology, last year and fell completely in love with the main characters, Aurora and Isbe. I?ve always been a h...

  • TheQuixoticBookWorm
    Jan 09, 2018

    Winter Glass picks up where its predecessor Spindle Fire left off. So, if you have not read Spindle fire, I recommend you read that one first and then pick up this book. I will also say that I enjoyed this book more than I did spindle fire! The Author is also a poet and it is evide...

    ?Among all men and across all fae, no heart can be braver than that of the hart slayer.? first thing, the writing was beautiful. poetic even. this entire book felt like dream. BUT I didn?t understand the main idea of this story. at least not until almost the end. here we...

    RTC ...

    "Among all men and across all fae, no heart can be braver than that of the hart slayer." A princess who must become a warrior. A rebel who must become a princess. An evil fairy. Unexpected romance, and a glass slipper that will change everything. Lexa Hillyer's Winter Glass is a stunn...

    *This review can also be found at The Reader and the Chef! Huge thanks to Glasstown Entertainment for the review copy that I read and reviewed willingly.* Prepare yourself, Winter Glass is set to destroy all the feels! This stunning conclusion full of sisterly love, romance, and m...

    Thanks to the publisher for providing an ARC in exchange for an honest review, this doesn't in any way influence my opinion on it. Getting back into this lush and imaginative world Lexa Hillyer has woven was a very enjoyable experience. Winter Glass begins in the aftermath of th...

    *4.5* Lexa Hillyer won me over with Spindle Fire last fall. I loved the world building and the characters, and while it started off at a slower pace, Lexa greatly built up the speed by the end, setting the stage for book #2. Now that I've read Winter Glass, the verdict is in. I...

    GIMME! GIMME! GIMME! ...

    You may also find this review on Books, Vertigo & Tea. ????? My Thoughts Spindle Fire was a success for me in terms of YA Fantasy & Retellings. I savored every moment of the dark and atmospheric dream world Hillyer had so poetically crafted. I was also a fan of...

    *Source* Edelweiss *Genre* Young Adult, Fantasy *Rating* 3.5 *Thoughts* Winter Glass, by author Lexa Hillyer, is the second and final installment in the Spindle Fire duology. The story picks up one week after the ending of Spindle Fire. Princess Aurora has been awakened from he...

    Such a great follow up to a great fairy tale retelling. Don't let the cover fool you - this book is darker and more twisted than the first. Also some KILLER unexpected romance. ...

    I'm so excited to be a part of this blog tour: as I was a member of the #SpindleSquad, I hold a special place in my heart for Lexa's books. I loved Spindle Fire, so I knew I would love Winter Glass. Though it didn't end how I would have liked...but that's a big spoiler and I won't r...

    Read more of my reviews at Cornerfolds.com! Spindle Fire was one of my favorite retellings of 2017. For those of you who don't know, retellings are my absolute favorite kinds of books to read! Spindle Fire was unique and exciting and I could not wait to get my hands on the second bo...

    *ARC provided by publisher in exchange for an honest review* "There is such a thing as wanting something too much- waiting so long and so fiercely for it that when it finally arrives, it cannot satisfy the hole its absence created." This was my second novel by Lexa and it starts off ...

    I was super pleased with this sequel! Winter Glass definitely expanded on the world introduced in Spindle Fire. The relationships and characters developed, which really let me get a better feel for them. The plot was urgent, but also filled with dramatic irony, as we kept switching ...

    Fantastic! It was absolutely amazing! ...

    The Sisters I definitely like where Isbe?s character goes in this particular book. She develops WAY more than in the first one and she becomes a much more relateable and likable character. On the other hand, I can?t say I ever grow to like Aurora. She remains an annoying character...

    I was lucky enough to win an ARC of Winter Glass in a Twitter giveaway, and I?m so happy that I did because I loved it! I read Spindle Fire, the first in this fairytale duology, last year and fell completely in love with the main characters, Aurora and Isbe. I?ve always been a h...

    This series has such a special place in my heart. I love this duology to death and will reread it over and over again. This review is gonna be sloppy (running on 1.5 hours of sleep here) but I want to share my thoughts anyways. Winter Glass had a bittersweet ending?very un-fairyt...

    I actually love this cover. ...

    POSITIVES + Character building + Plot twists NEGATIVES ? Plot holes ? Not emotionally attached See full review: Uptown Oracle ...

    Loved how the princess becomes a warrior and saves herself. Girl power!! ...

    This book was given to me in exchange of an honest review. Winter Glass is the sequel to Spindle Fire, a retelling of the classic fairy tale: Sleeping Beauty. Book two picks off right where book one ended. Aurora, Isbe and Prince William are back in Deluce preparing for the loomi...

    I cannot remember the last time I binge-read a book especially one that was over 300 pages. This was a wonderfully compelling read and I couldn't go to bed until I finished it. Winter Glass picks up immediately after Spindle Fire (so if you haven't read that already, pick it up befor...

    I've enjoyed this book, but just as the first one in the series it has some issues. The writing is often forced - the author tries to be descriptive, but fails. However, the plot is so good, so the twists kept me reading. It was a satisfying ending to the duology, though I wish the e...

    Winter Glass was a stunning follow-up to Spindle Fire, and I'm so very glad to have been given the chance to read and review an early copy in exchange for my honest opinion of the story. Winter Glass picks up right where Spindle Fire left off, and Lexa Hillyer doesn't waste a singl...

  • ☆Stephanie☆
    Apr 13, 2018

    Winter Glass picks up where its predecessor Spindle Fire left off. So, if you have not read Spindle fire, I recommend you read that one first and then pick up this book. I will also say that I enjoyed this book more than I did spindle fire! The Author is also a poet and it is evide...

    ?Among all men and across all fae, no heart can be braver than that of the hart slayer.? first thing, the writing was beautiful. poetic even. this entire book felt like dream. BUT I didn?t understand the main idea of this story. at least not until almost the end. here we...

    RTC ...

    "Among all men and across all fae, no heart can be braver than that of the hart slayer." A princess who must become a warrior. A rebel who must become a princess. An evil fairy. Unexpected romance, and a glass slipper that will change everything. Lexa Hillyer's Winter Glass is a stunn...

    *This review can also be found at The Reader and the Chef! Huge thanks to Glasstown Entertainment for the review copy that I read and reviewed willingly.* Prepare yourself, Winter Glass is set to destroy all the feels! This stunning conclusion full of sisterly love, romance, and m...

    Thanks to the publisher for providing an ARC in exchange for an honest review, this doesn't in any way influence my opinion on it. Getting back into this lush and imaginative world Lexa Hillyer has woven was a very enjoyable experience. Winter Glass begins in the aftermath of th...

    *4.5* Lexa Hillyer won me over with Spindle Fire last fall. I loved the world building and the characters, and while it started off at a slower pace, Lexa greatly built up the speed by the end, setting the stage for book #2. Now that I've read Winter Glass, the verdict is in. I...

    GIMME! GIMME! GIMME! ...

    You may also find this review on Books, Vertigo & Tea. ????? My Thoughts Spindle Fire was a success for me in terms of YA Fantasy & Retellings. I savored every moment of the dark and atmospheric dream world Hillyer had so poetically crafted. I was also a fan of...

    *Source* Edelweiss *Genre* Young Adult, Fantasy *Rating* 3.5 *Thoughts* Winter Glass, by author Lexa Hillyer, is the second and final installment in the Spindle Fire duology. The story picks up one week after the ending of Spindle Fire. Princess Aurora has been awakened from he...

    Such a great follow up to a great fairy tale retelling. Don't let the cover fool you - this book is darker and more twisted than the first. Also some KILLER unexpected romance. ...

    I'm so excited to be a part of this blog tour: as I was a member of the #SpindleSquad, I hold a special place in my heart for Lexa's books. I loved Spindle Fire, so I knew I would love Winter Glass. Though it didn't end how I would have liked...but that's a big spoiler and I won't r...

  • Emily Berge
    Jun 22, 2017

    Winter Glass picks up where its predecessor Spindle Fire left off. So, if you have not read Spindle fire, I recommend you read that one first and then pick up this book. I will also say that I enjoyed this book more than I did spindle fire! The Author is also a poet and it is evide...

    ?Among all men and across all fae, no heart can be braver than that of the hart slayer.? first thing, the writing was beautiful. poetic even. this entire book felt like dream. BUT I didn?t understand the main idea of this story. at least not until almost the end. here we...

    RTC ...

    "Among all men and across all fae, no heart can be braver than that of the hart slayer." A princess who must become a warrior. A rebel who must become a princess. An evil fairy. Unexpected romance, and a glass slipper that will change everything. Lexa Hillyer's Winter Glass is a stunn...

    *This review can also be found at The Reader and the Chef! Huge thanks to Glasstown Entertainment for the review copy that I read and reviewed willingly.* Prepare yourself, Winter Glass is set to destroy all the feels! This stunning conclusion full of sisterly love, romance, and m...

    Thanks to the publisher for providing an ARC in exchange for an honest review, this doesn't in any way influence my opinion on it. Getting back into this lush and imaginative world Lexa Hillyer has woven was a very enjoyable experience. Winter Glass begins in the aftermath of th...

    *4.5* Lexa Hillyer won me over with Spindle Fire last fall. I loved the world building and the characters, and while it started off at a slower pace, Lexa greatly built up the speed by the end, setting the stage for book #2. Now that I've read Winter Glass, the verdict is in. I...

    GIMME! GIMME! GIMME! ...

    You may also find this review on Books, Vertigo & Tea. ????? My Thoughts Spindle Fire was a success for me in terms of YA Fantasy & Retellings. I savored every moment of the dark and atmospheric dream world Hillyer had so poetically crafted. I was also a fan of...

    *Source* Edelweiss *Genre* Young Adult, Fantasy *Rating* 3.5 *Thoughts* Winter Glass, by author Lexa Hillyer, is the second and final installment in the Spindle Fire duology. The story picks up one week after the ending of Spindle Fire. Princess Aurora has been awakened from he...

    Such a great follow up to a great fairy tale retelling. Don't let the cover fool you - this book is darker and more twisted than the first. Also some KILLER unexpected romance. ...

  • Cassia Schaar
    Jun 19, 2018

    Winter Glass picks up where its predecessor Spindle Fire left off. So, if you have not read Spindle fire, I recommend you read that one first and then pick up this book. I will also say that I enjoyed this book more than I did spindle fire! The Author is also a poet and it is evide...

    ?Among all men and across all fae, no heart can be braver than that of the hart slayer.? first thing, the writing was beautiful. poetic even. this entire book felt like dream. BUT I didn?t understand the main idea of this story. at least not until almost the end. here we...

    RTC ...

    "Among all men and across all fae, no heart can be braver than that of the hart slayer." A princess who must become a warrior. A rebel who must become a princess. An evil fairy. Unexpected romance, and a glass slipper that will change everything. Lexa Hillyer's Winter Glass is a stunn...

    *This review can also be found at The Reader and the Chef! Huge thanks to Glasstown Entertainment for the review copy that I read and reviewed willingly.* Prepare yourself, Winter Glass is set to destroy all the feels! This stunning conclusion full of sisterly love, romance, and m...

    Thanks to the publisher for providing an ARC in exchange for an honest review, this doesn't in any way influence my opinion on it. Getting back into this lush and imaginative world Lexa Hillyer has woven was a very enjoyable experience. Winter Glass begins in the aftermath of th...

    *4.5* Lexa Hillyer won me over with Spindle Fire last fall. I loved the world building and the characters, and while it started off at a slower pace, Lexa greatly built up the speed by the end, setting the stage for book #2. Now that I've read Winter Glass, the verdict is in. I...

    GIMME! GIMME! GIMME! ...

    You may also find this review on Books, Vertigo & Tea. ????? My Thoughts Spindle Fire was a success for me in terms of YA Fantasy & Retellings. I savored every moment of the dark and atmospheric dream world Hillyer had so poetically crafted. I was also a fan of...

    *Source* Edelweiss *Genre* Young Adult, Fantasy *Rating* 3.5 *Thoughts* Winter Glass, by author Lexa Hillyer, is the second and final installment in the Spindle Fire duology. The story picks up one week after the ending of Spindle Fire. Princess Aurora has been awakened from he...

    Such a great follow up to a great fairy tale retelling. Don't let the cover fool you - this book is darker and more twisted than the first. Also some KILLER unexpected romance. ...

    I'm so excited to be a part of this blog tour: as I was a member of the #SpindleSquad, I hold a special place in my heart for Lexa's books. I loved Spindle Fire, so I knew I would love Winter Glass. Though it didn't end how I would have liked...but that's a big spoiler and I won't r...

    Read more of my reviews at Cornerfolds.com! Spindle Fire was one of my favorite retellings of 2017. For those of you who don't know, retellings are my absolute favorite kinds of books to read! Spindle Fire was unique and exciting and I could not wait to get my hands on the second bo...

    *ARC provided by publisher in exchange for an honest review* "There is such a thing as wanting something too much- waiting so long and so fiercely for it that when it finally arrives, it cannot satisfy the hole its absence created." This was my second novel by Lexa and it starts off ...

    I was super pleased with this sequel! Winter Glass definitely expanded on the world introduced in Spindle Fire. The relationships and characters developed, which really let me get a better feel for them. The plot was urgent, but also filled with dramatic irony, as we kept switching ...

    Fantastic! It was absolutely amazing! ...

    The Sisters I definitely like where Isbe?s character goes in this particular book. She develops WAY more than in the first one and she becomes a much more relateable and likable character. On the other hand, I can?t say I ever grow to like Aurora. She remains an annoying character...

    I was lucky enough to win an ARC of Winter Glass in a Twitter giveaway, and I?m so happy that I did because I loved it! I read Spindle Fire, the first in this fairytale duology, last year and fell completely in love with the main characters, Aurora and Isbe. I?ve always been a h...

    This series has such a special place in my heart. I love this duology to death and will reread it over and over again. This review is gonna be sloppy (running on 1.5 hours of sleep here) but I want to share my thoughts anyways. Winter Glass had a bittersweet ending?very un-fairyt...

  • Celia Daughter)
    Feb 05, 2018

    Winter Glass picks up where its predecessor Spindle Fire left off. So, if you have not read Spindle fire, I recommend you read that one first and then pick up this book. I will also say that I enjoyed this book more than I did spindle fire! The Author is also a poet and it is evide...

    ?Among all men and across all fae, no heart can be braver than that of the hart slayer.? first thing, the writing was beautiful. poetic even. this entire book felt like dream. BUT I didn?t understand the main idea of this story. at least not until almost the end. here we...

    RTC ...

    "Among all men and across all fae, no heart can be braver than that of the hart slayer." A princess who must become a warrior. A rebel who must become a princess. An evil fairy. Unexpected romance, and a glass slipper that will change everything. Lexa Hillyer's Winter Glass is a stunn...

    *This review can also be found at The Reader and the Chef! Huge thanks to Glasstown Entertainment for the review copy that I read and reviewed willingly.* Prepare yourself, Winter Glass is set to destroy all the feels! This stunning conclusion full of sisterly love, romance, and m...

    Thanks to the publisher for providing an ARC in exchange for an honest review, this doesn't in any way influence my opinion on it. Getting back into this lush and imaginative world Lexa Hillyer has woven was a very enjoyable experience. Winter Glass begins in the aftermath of th...

    *4.5* Lexa Hillyer won me over with Spindle Fire last fall. I loved the world building and the characters, and while it started off at a slower pace, Lexa greatly built up the speed by the end, setting the stage for book #2. Now that I've read Winter Glass, the verdict is in. I...

    GIMME! GIMME! GIMME! ...

    You may also find this review on Books, Vertigo & Tea. ????? My Thoughts Spindle Fire was a success for me in terms of YA Fantasy & Retellings. I savored every moment of the dark and atmospheric dream world Hillyer had so poetically crafted. I was also a fan of...

    *Source* Edelweiss *Genre* Young Adult, Fantasy *Rating* 3.5 *Thoughts* Winter Glass, by author Lexa Hillyer, is the second and final installment in the Spindle Fire duology. The story picks up one week after the ending of Spindle Fire. Princess Aurora has been awakened from he...

    Such a great follow up to a great fairy tale retelling. Don't let the cover fool you - this book is darker and more twisted than the first. Also some KILLER unexpected romance. ...

    I'm so excited to be a part of this blog tour: as I was a member of the #SpindleSquad, I hold a special place in my heart for Lexa's books. I loved Spindle Fire, so I knew I would love Winter Glass. Though it didn't end how I would have liked...but that's a big spoiler and I won't r...

    Read more of my reviews at Cornerfolds.com! Spindle Fire was one of my favorite retellings of 2017. For those of you who don't know, retellings are my absolute favorite kinds of books to read! Spindle Fire was unique and exciting and I could not wait to get my hands on the second bo...

    *ARC provided by publisher in exchange for an honest review* "There is such a thing as wanting something too much- waiting so long and so fiercely for it that when it finally arrives, it cannot satisfy the hole its absence created." This was my second novel by Lexa and it starts off ...

    I was super pleased with this sequel! Winter Glass definitely expanded on the world introduced in Spindle Fire. The relationships and characters developed, which really let me get a better feel for them. The plot was urgent, but also filled with dramatic irony, as we kept switching ...

    Fantastic! It was absolutely amazing! ...

    The Sisters I definitely like where Isbe?s character goes in this particular book. She develops WAY more than in the first one and she becomes a much more relateable and likable character. On the other hand, I can?t say I ever grow to like Aurora. She remains an annoying character...

    I was lucky enough to win an ARC of Winter Glass in a Twitter giveaway, and I?m so happy that I did because I loved it! I read Spindle Fire, the first in this fairytale duology, last year and fell completely in love with the main characters, Aurora and Isbe. I?ve always been a h...

    This series has such a special place in my heart. I love this duology to death and will reread it over and over again. This review is gonna be sloppy (running on 1.5 hours of sleep here) but I want to share my thoughts anyways. Winter Glass had a bittersweet ending?very un-fairyt...

    I actually love this cover. ...

    POSITIVES + Character building + Plot twists NEGATIVES ? Plot holes ? Not emotionally attached See full review: Uptown Oracle ...

    Loved how the princess becomes a warrior and saves herself. Girl power!! ...

    This book was given to me in exchange of an honest review. Winter Glass is the sequel to Spindle Fire, a retelling of the classic fairy tale: Sleeping Beauty. Book two picks off right where book one ended. Aurora, Isbe and Prince William are back in Deluce preparing for the loomi...

    I cannot remember the last time I binge-read a book especially one that was over 300 pages. This was a wonderfully compelling read and I couldn't go to bed until I finished it. Winter Glass picks up immediately after Spindle Fire (so if you haven't read that already, pick it up befor...

    I've enjoyed this book, but just as the first one in the series it has some issues. The writing is often forced - the author tries to be descriptive, but fails. However, the plot is so good, so the twists kept me reading. It was a satisfying ending to the duology, though I wish the e...

    Winter Glass was a stunning follow-up to Spindle Fire, and I'm so very glad to have been given the chance to read and review an early copy in exchange for my honest opinion of the story. Winter Glass picks up right where Spindle Fire left off, and Lexa Hillyer doesn't waste a singl...

    ***Thank you to Edelweiss for the e-galley of this sequel to Spindle Fire.*** This is a direct sequel which starts off when the curse under Aurora has been broken and she awakens to find war between the fairy queen Malfeur and Deluce brewing. We are taken through different POV's thr...

  • Cori Mccoin
    Feb 08, 2018

    Winter Glass picks up where its predecessor Spindle Fire left off. So, if you have not read Spindle fire, I recommend you read that one first and then pick up this book. I will also say that I enjoyed this book more than I did spindle fire! The Author is also a poet and it is evide...

    ?Among all men and across all fae, no heart can be braver than that of the hart slayer.? first thing, the writing was beautiful. poetic even. this entire book felt like dream. BUT I didn?t understand the main idea of this story. at least not until almost the end. here we...

    RTC ...

    "Among all men and across all fae, no heart can be braver than that of the hart slayer." A princess who must become a warrior. A rebel who must become a princess. An evil fairy. Unexpected romance, and a glass slipper that will change everything. Lexa Hillyer's Winter Glass is a stunn...

    *This review can also be found at The Reader and the Chef! Huge thanks to Glasstown Entertainment for the review copy that I read and reviewed willingly.* Prepare yourself, Winter Glass is set to destroy all the feels! This stunning conclusion full of sisterly love, romance, and m...

    Thanks to the publisher for providing an ARC in exchange for an honest review, this doesn't in any way influence my opinion on it. Getting back into this lush and imaginative world Lexa Hillyer has woven was a very enjoyable experience. Winter Glass begins in the aftermath of th...

    *4.5* Lexa Hillyer won me over with Spindle Fire last fall. I loved the world building and the characters, and while it started off at a slower pace, Lexa greatly built up the speed by the end, setting the stage for book #2. Now that I've read Winter Glass, the verdict is in. I...

    GIMME! GIMME! GIMME! ...

    You may also find this review on Books, Vertigo & Tea. ????? My Thoughts Spindle Fire was a success for me in terms of YA Fantasy & Retellings. I savored every moment of the dark and atmospheric dream world Hillyer had so poetically crafted. I was also a fan of...

    *Source* Edelweiss *Genre* Young Adult, Fantasy *Rating* 3.5 *Thoughts* Winter Glass, by author Lexa Hillyer, is the second and final installment in the Spindle Fire duology. The story picks up one week after the ending of Spindle Fire. Princess Aurora has been awakened from he...

    Such a great follow up to a great fairy tale retelling. Don't let the cover fool you - this book is darker and more twisted than the first. Also some KILLER unexpected romance. ...

    I'm so excited to be a part of this blog tour: as I was a member of the #SpindleSquad, I hold a special place in my heart for Lexa's books. I loved Spindle Fire, so I knew I would love Winter Glass. Though it didn't end how I would have liked...but that's a big spoiler and I won't r...

    Read more of my reviews at Cornerfolds.com! Spindle Fire was one of my favorite retellings of 2017. For those of you who don't know, retellings are my absolute favorite kinds of books to read! Spindle Fire was unique and exciting and I could not wait to get my hands on the second bo...

    *ARC provided by publisher in exchange for an honest review* "There is such a thing as wanting something too much- waiting so long and so fiercely for it that when it finally arrives, it cannot satisfy the hole its absence created." This was my second novel by Lexa and it starts off ...

    I was super pleased with this sequel! Winter Glass definitely expanded on the world introduced in Spindle Fire. The relationships and characters developed, which really let me get a better feel for them. The plot was urgent, but also filled with dramatic irony, as we kept switching ...

    Fantastic! It was absolutely amazing! ...

    The Sisters I definitely like where Isbe?s character goes in this particular book. She develops WAY more than in the first one and she becomes a much more relateable and likable character. On the other hand, I can?t say I ever grow to like Aurora. She remains an annoying character...

    I was lucky enough to win an ARC of Winter Glass in a Twitter giveaway, and I?m so happy that I did because I loved it! I read Spindle Fire, the first in this fairytale duology, last year and fell completely in love with the main characters, Aurora and Isbe. I?ve always been a h...

    This series has such a special place in my heart. I love this duology to death and will reread it over and over again. This review is gonna be sloppy (running on 1.5 hours of sleep here) but I want to share my thoughts anyways. Winter Glass had a bittersweet ending?very un-fairyt...

    I actually love this cover. ...

    POSITIVES + Character building + Plot twists NEGATIVES ? Plot holes ? Not emotionally attached See full review: Uptown Oracle ...

    Loved how the princess becomes a warrior and saves herself. Girl power!! ...

    This book was given to me in exchange of an honest review. Winter Glass is the sequel to Spindle Fire, a retelling of the classic fairy tale: Sleeping Beauty. Book two picks off right where book one ended. Aurora, Isbe and Prince William are back in Deluce preparing for the loomi...

    I cannot remember the last time I binge-read a book especially one that was over 300 pages. This was a wonderfully compelling read and I couldn't go to bed until I finished it. Winter Glass picks up immediately after Spindle Fire (so if you haven't read that already, pick it up befor...

    I've enjoyed this book, but just as the first one in the series it has some issues. The writing is often forced - the author tries to be descriptive, but fails. However, the plot is so good, so the twists kept me reading. It was a satisfying ending to the duology, though I wish the e...

    Winter Glass was a stunning follow-up to Spindle Fire, and I'm so very glad to have been given the chance to read and review an early copy in exchange for my honest opinion of the story. Winter Glass picks up right where Spindle Fire left off, and Lexa Hillyer doesn't waste a singl...

    ***Thank you to Edelweiss for the e-galley of this sequel to Spindle Fire.*** This is a direct sequel which starts off when the curse under Aurora has been broken and she awakens to find war between the fairy queen Malfeur and Deluce brewing. We are taken through different POV's thr...

    Thoughts: This book was marvelous. I loved, loved, loved how Lexa Hillyer went deeper into Isabelle's past in Winter Glass. I also loved how (spoiler) Gilbert came back. In book one, when Gilbert and Isabelle got separated, I was devastated because Gilbert was one of my favorite char...

    I received this book as a Goodreads Giveaway. I enjoyed the first book in this series but was so happy to see the characters developed more in the second book. This is a great reimagined Cinderella with interesting plot and characters. I enjoyed the relationship between Aurora and ...

  • Kelly
    Apr 02, 2018

    Winter Glass picks up where its predecessor Spindle Fire left off. So, if you have not read Spindle fire, I recommend you read that one first and then pick up this book. I will also say that I enjoyed this book more than I did spindle fire! The Author is also a poet and it is evide...

    ?Among all men and across all fae, no heart can be braver than that of the hart slayer.? first thing, the writing was beautiful. poetic even. this entire book felt like dream. BUT I didn?t understand the main idea of this story. at least not until almost the end. here we...

    RTC ...

    "Among all men and across all fae, no heart can be braver than that of the hart slayer." A princess who must become a warrior. A rebel who must become a princess. An evil fairy. Unexpected romance, and a glass slipper that will change everything. Lexa Hillyer's Winter Glass is a stunn...

    *This review can also be found at The Reader and the Chef! Huge thanks to Glasstown Entertainment for the review copy that I read and reviewed willingly.* Prepare yourself, Winter Glass is set to destroy all the feels! This stunning conclusion full of sisterly love, romance, and m...

    Thanks to the publisher for providing an ARC in exchange for an honest review, this doesn't in any way influence my opinion on it. Getting back into this lush and imaginative world Lexa Hillyer has woven was a very enjoyable experience. Winter Glass begins in the aftermath of th...

    *4.5* Lexa Hillyer won me over with Spindle Fire last fall. I loved the world building and the characters, and while it started off at a slower pace, Lexa greatly built up the speed by the end, setting the stage for book #2. Now that I've read Winter Glass, the verdict is in. I...

    GIMME! GIMME! GIMME! ...

    You may also find this review on Books, Vertigo & Tea. ????? My Thoughts Spindle Fire was a success for me in terms of YA Fantasy & Retellings. I savored every moment of the dark and atmospheric dream world Hillyer had so poetically crafted. I was also a fan of...

    *Source* Edelweiss *Genre* Young Adult, Fantasy *Rating* 3.5 *Thoughts* Winter Glass, by author Lexa Hillyer, is the second and final installment in the Spindle Fire duology. The story picks up one week after the ending of Spindle Fire. Princess Aurora has been awakened from he...

    Such a great follow up to a great fairy tale retelling. Don't let the cover fool you - this book is darker and more twisted than the first. Also some KILLER unexpected romance. ...

    I'm so excited to be a part of this blog tour: as I was a member of the #SpindleSquad, I hold a special place in my heart for Lexa's books. I loved Spindle Fire, so I knew I would love Winter Glass. Though it didn't end how I would have liked...but that's a big spoiler and I won't r...

    Read more of my reviews at Cornerfolds.com! Spindle Fire was one of my favorite retellings of 2017. For those of you who don't know, retellings are my absolute favorite kinds of books to read! Spindle Fire was unique and exciting and I could not wait to get my hands on the second bo...

    *ARC provided by publisher in exchange for an honest review* "There is such a thing as wanting something too much- waiting so long and so fiercely for it that when it finally arrives, it cannot satisfy the hole its absence created." This was my second novel by Lexa and it starts off ...

    I was super pleased with this sequel! Winter Glass definitely expanded on the world introduced in Spindle Fire. The relationships and characters developed, which really let me get a better feel for them. The plot was urgent, but also filled with dramatic irony, as we kept switching ...

  • Rebecca Armstrong
    May 13, 2018

    Winter Glass picks up where its predecessor Spindle Fire left off. So, if you have not read Spindle fire, I recommend you read that one first and then pick up this book. I will also say that I enjoyed this book more than I did spindle fire! The Author is also a poet and it is evide...

    ?Among all men and across all fae, no heart can be braver than that of the hart slayer.? first thing, the writing was beautiful. poetic even. this entire book felt like dream. BUT I didn?t understand the main idea of this story. at least not until almost the end. here we...

    RTC ...

    "Among all men and across all fae, no heart can be braver than that of the hart slayer." A princess who must become a warrior. A rebel who must become a princess. An evil fairy. Unexpected romance, and a glass slipper that will change everything. Lexa Hillyer's Winter Glass is a stunn...

    *This review can also be found at The Reader and the Chef! Huge thanks to Glasstown Entertainment for the review copy that I read and reviewed willingly.* Prepare yourself, Winter Glass is set to destroy all the feels! This stunning conclusion full of sisterly love, romance, and m...

    Thanks to the publisher for providing an ARC in exchange for an honest review, this doesn't in any way influence my opinion on it. Getting back into this lush and imaginative world Lexa Hillyer has woven was a very enjoyable experience. Winter Glass begins in the aftermath of th...

    *4.5* Lexa Hillyer won me over with Spindle Fire last fall. I loved the world building and the characters, and while it started off at a slower pace, Lexa greatly built up the speed by the end, setting the stage for book #2. Now that I've read Winter Glass, the verdict is in. I...

    GIMME! GIMME! GIMME! ...

    You may also find this review on Books, Vertigo & Tea. ????? My Thoughts Spindle Fire was a success for me in terms of YA Fantasy & Retellings. I savored every moment of the dark and atmospheric dream world Hillyer had so poetically crafted. I was also a fan of...

    *Source* Edelweiss *Genre* Young Adult, Fantasy *Rating* 3.5 *Thoughts* Winter Glass, by author Lexa Hillyer, is the second and final installment in the Spindle Fire duology. The story picks up one week after the ending of Spindle Fire. Princess Aurora has been awakened from he...

    Such a great follow up to a great fairy tale retelling. Don't let the cover fool you - this book is darker and more twisted than the first. Also some KILLER unexpected romance. ...

    I'm so excited to be a part of this blog tour: as I was a member of the #SpindleSquad, I hold a special place in my heart for Lexa's books. I loved Spindle Fire, so I knew I would love Winter Glass. Though it didn't end how I would have liked...but that's a big spoiler and I won't r...

    Read more of my reviews at Cornerfolds.com! Spindle Fire was one of my favorite retellings of 2017. For those of you who don't know, retellings are my absolute favorite kinds of books to read! Spindle Fire was unique and exciting and I could not wait to get my hands on the second bo...

    *ARC provided by publisher in exchange for an honest review* "There is such a thing as wanting something too much- waiting so long and so fiercely for it that when it finally arrives, it cannot satisfy the hole its absence created." This was my second novel by Lexa and it starts off ...

    I was super pleased with this sequel! Winter Glass definitely expanded on the world introduced in Spindle Fire. The relationships and characters developed, which really let me get a better feel for them. The plot was urgent, but also filled with dramatic irony, as we kept switching ...

    Fantastic! It was absolutely amazing! ...

    The Sisters I definitely like where Isbe?s character goes in this particular book. She develops WAY more than in the first one and she becomes a much more relateable and likable character. On the other hand, I can?t say I ever grow to like Aurora. She remains an annoying character...

    I was lucky enough to win an ARC of Winter Glass in a Twitter giveaway, and I?m so happy that I did because I loved it! I read Spindle Fire, the first in this fairytale duology, last year and fell completely in love with the main characters, Aurora and Isbe. I?ve always been a h...

    This series has such a special place in my heart. I love this duology to death and will reread it over and over again. This review is gonna be sloppy (running on 1.5 hours of sleep here) but I want to share my thoughts anyways. Winter Glass had a bittersweet ending?very un-fairyt...

    I actually love this cover. ...

    POSITIVES + Character building + Plot twists NEGATIVES ? Plot holes ? Not emotionally attached See full review: Uptown Oracle ...

  • Cassandra (Thebookishcrypt)
    Apr 10, 2018

    Winter Glass picks up where its predecessor Spindle Fire left off. So, if you have not read Spindle fire, I recommend you read that one first and then pick up this book. I will also say that I enjoyed this book more than I did spindle fire! The Author is also a poet and it is evide...

    ?Among all men and across all fae, no heart can be braver than that of the hart slayer.? first thing, the writing was beautiful. poetic even. this entire book felt like dream. BUT I didn?t understand the main idea of this story. at least not until almost the end. here we...

    RTC ...

    "Among all men and across all fae, no heart can be braver than that of the hart slayer." A princess who must become a warrior. A rebel who must become a princess. An evil fairy. Unexpected romance, and a glass slipper that will change everything. Lexa Hillyer's Winter Glass is a stunn...

    *This review can also be found at The Reader and the Chef! Huge thanks to Glasstown Entertainment for the review copy that I read and reviewed willingly.* Prepare yourself, Winter Glass is set to destroy all the feels! This stunning conclusion full of sisterly love, romance, and m...

    Thanks to the publisher for providing an ARC in exchange for an honest review, this doesn't in any way influence my opinion on it. Getting back into this lush and imaginative world Lexa Hillyer has woven was a very enjoyable experience. Winter Glass begins in the aftermath of th...

    *4.5* Lexa Hillyer won me over with Spindle Fire last fall. I loved the world building and the characters, and while it started off at a slower pace, Lexa greatly built up the speed by the end, setting the stage for book #2. Now that I've read Winter Glass, the verdict is in. I...

    GIMME! GIMME! GIMME! ...

    You may also find this review on Books, Vertigo & Tea. ????? My Thoughts Spindle Fire was a success for me in terms of YA Fantasy & Retellings. I savored every moment of the dark and atmospheric dream world Hillyer had so poetically crafted. I was also a fan of...

    *Source* Edelweiss *Genre* Young Adult, Fantasy *Rating* 3.5 *Thoughts* Winter Glass, by author Lexa Hillyer, is the second and final installment in the Spindle Fire duology. The story picks up one week after the ending of Spindle Fire. Princess Aurora has been awakened from he...

    Such a great follow up to a great fairy tale retelling. Don't let the cover fool you - this book is darker and more twisted than the first. Also some KILLER unexpected romance. ...

    I'm so excited to be a part of this blog tour: as I was a member of the #SpindleSquad, I hold a special place in my heart for Lexa's books. I loved Spindle Fire, so I knew I would love Winter Glass. Though it didn't end how I would have liked...but that's a big spoiler and I won't r...

    Read more of my reviews at Cornerfolds.com! Spindle Fire was one of my favorite retellings of 2017. For those of you who don't know, retellings are my absolute favorite kinds of books to read! Spindle Fire was unique and exciting and I could not wait to get my hands on the second bo...

    *ARC provided by publisher in exchange for an honest review* "There is such a thing as wanting something too much- waiting so long and so fiercely for it that when it finally arrives, it cannot satisfy the hole its absence created." This was my second novel by Lexa and it starts off ...

  • Samm | Sassenach the Book Wizard
    Jul 07, 2017

    Winter Glass picks up where its predecessor Spindle Fire left off. So, if you have not read Spindle fire, I recommend you read that one first and then pick up this book. I will also say that I enjoyed this book more than I did spindle fire! The Author is also a poet and it is evide...

    ?Among all men and across all fae, no heart can be braver than that of the hart slayer.? first thing, the writing was beautiful. poetic even. this entire book felt like dream. BUT I didn?t understand the main idea of this story. at least not until almost the end. here we...

    RTC ...

    "Among all men and across all fae, no heart can be braver than that of the hart slayer." A princess who must become a warrior. A rebel who must become a princess. An evil fairy. Unexpected romance, and a glass slipper that will change everything. Lexa Hillyer's Winter Glass is a stunn...

    *This review can also be found at The Reader and the Chef! Huge thanks to Glasstown Entertainment for the review copy that I read and reviewed willingly.* Prepare yourself, Winter Glass is set to destroy all the feels! This stunning conclusion full of sisterly love, romance, and m...

    Thanks to the publisher for providing an ARC in exchange for an honest review, this doesn't in any way influence my opinion on it. Getting back into this lush and imaginative world Lexa Hillyer has woven was a very enjoyable experience. Winter Glass begins in the aftermath of th...

    *4.5* Lexa Hillyer won me over with Spindle Fire last fall. I loved the world building and the characters, and while it started off at a slower pace, Lexa greatly built up the speed by the end, setting the stage for book #2. Now that I've read Winter Glass, the verdict is in. I...

    GIMME! GIMME! GIMME! ...

  • Cassie James
    Oct 10, 2017

    Winter Glass picks up where its predecessor Spindle Fire left off. So, if you have not read Spindle fire, I recommend you read that one first and then pick up this book. I will also say that I enjoyed this book more than I did spindle fire! The Author is also a poet and it is evide...

    ?Among all men and across all fae, no heart can be braver than that of the hart slayer.? first thing, the writing was beautiful. poetic even. this entire book felt like dream. BUT I didn?t understand the main idea of this story. at least not until almost the end. here we...

    RTC ...

    "Among all men and across all fae, no heart can be braver than that of the hart slayer." A princess who must become a warrior. A rebel who must become a princess. An evil fairy. Unexpected romance, and a glass slipper that will change everything. Lexa Hillyer's Winter Glass is a stunn...

    *This review can also be found at The Reader and the Chef! Huge thanks to Glasstown Entertainment for the review copy that I read and reviewed willingly.* Prepare yourself, Winter Glass is set to destroy all the feels! This stunning conclusion full of sisterly love, romance, and m...

    Thanks to the publisher for providing an ARC in exchange for an honest review, this doesn't in any way influence my opinion on it. Getting back into this lush and imaginative world Lexa Hillyer has woven was a very enjoyable experience. Winter Glass begins in the aftermath of th...

  • Kid Book Reviewer
    Mar 25, 2018

    Winter Glass picks up where its predecessor Spindle Fire left off. So, if you have not read Spindle fire, I recommend you read that one first and then pick up this book. I will also say that I enjoyed this book more than I did spindle fire! The Author is also a poet and it is evide...

    ?Among all men and across all fae, no heart can be braver than that of the hart slayer.? first thing, the writing was beautiful. poetic even. this entire book felt like dream. BUT I didn?t understand the main idea of this story. at least not until almost the end. here we...

    RTC ...

    "Among all men and across all fae, no heart can be braver than that of the hart slayer." A princess who must become a warrior. A rebel who must become a princess. An evil fairy. Unexpected romance, and a glass slipper that will change everything. Lexa Hillyer's Winter Glass is a stunn...

    *This review can also be found at The Reader and the Chef! Huge thanks to Glasstown Entertainment for the review copy that I read and reviewed willingly.* Prepare yourself, Winter Glass is set to destroy all the feels! This stunning conclusion full of sisterly love, romance, and m...

    Thanks to the publisher for providing an ARC in exchange for an honest review, this doesn't in any way influence my opinion on it. Getting back into this lush and imaginative world Lexa Hillyer has woven was a very enjoyable experience. Winter Glass begins in the aftermath of th...

    *4.5* Lexa Hillyer won me over with Spindle Fire last fall. I loved the world building and the characters, and while it started off at a slower pace, Lexa greatly built up the speed by the end, setting the stage for book #2. Now that I've read Winter Glass, the verdict is in. I...

    GIMME! GIMME! GIMME! ...

    You may also find this review on Books, Vertigo & Tea. ????? My Thoughts Spindle Fire was a success for me in terms of YA Fantasy & Retellings. I savored every moment of the dark and atmospheric dream world Hillyer had so poetically crafted. I was also a fan of...

    *Source* Edelweiss *Genre* Young Adult, Fantasy *Rating* 3.5 *Thoughts* Winter Glass, by author Lexa Hillyer, is the second and final installment in the Spindle Fire duology. The story picks up one week after the ending of Spindle Fire. Princess Aurora has been awakened from he...

    Such a great follow up to a great fairy tale retelling. Don't let the cover fool you - this book is darker and more twisted than the first. Also some KILLER unexpected romance. ...

    I'm so excited to be a part of this blog tour: as I was a member of the #SpindleSquad, I hold a special place in my heart for Lexa's books. I loved Spindle Fire, so I knew I would love Winter Glass. Though it didn't end how I would have liked...but that's a big spoiler and I won't r...

    Read more of my reviews at Cornerfolds.com! Spindle Fire was one of my favorite retellings of 2017. For those of you who don't know, retellings are my absolute favorite kinds of books to read! Spindle Fire was unique and exciting and I could not wait to get my hands on the second bo...

    *ARC provided by publisher in exchange for an honest review* "There is such a thing as wanting something too much- waiting so long and so fiercely for it that when it finally arrives, it cannot satisfy the hole its absence created." This was my second novel by Lexa and it starts off ...

    I was super pleased with this sequel! Winter Glass definitely expanded on the world introduced in Spindle Fire. The relationships and characters developed, which really let me get a better feel for them. The plot was urgent, but also filled with dramatic irony, as we kept switching ...

    Fantastic! It was absolutely amazing! ...

    The Sisters I definitely like where Isbe?s character goes in this particular book. She develops WAY more than in the first one and she becomes a much more relateable and likable character. On the other hand, I can?t say I ever grow to like Aurora. She remains an annoying character...

    I was lucky enough to win an ARC of Winter Glass in a Twitter giveaway, and I?m so happy that I did because I loved it! I read Spindle Fire, the first in this fairytale duology, last year and fell completely in love with the main characters, Aurora and Isbe. I?ve always been a h...

    This series has such a special place in my heart. I love this duology to death and will reread it over and over again. This review is gonna be sloppy (running on 1.5 hours of sleep here) but I want to share my thoughts anyways. Winter Glass had a bittersweet ending?very un-fairyt...

    I actually love this cover. ...

    POSITIVES + Character building + Plot twists NEGATIVES ? Plot holes ? Not emotionally attached See full review: Uptown Oracle ...

    Loved how the princess becomes a warrior and saves herself. Girl power!! ...

    This book was given to me in exchange of an honest review. Winter Glass is the sequel to Spindle Fire, a retelling of the classic fairy tale: Sleeping Beauty. Book two picks off right where book one ended. Aurora, Isbe and Prince William are back in Deluce preparing for the loomi...

    I cannot remember the last time I binge-read a book especially one that was over 300 pages. This was a wonderfully compelling read and I couldn't go to bed until I finished it. Winter Glass picks up immediately after Spindle Fire (so if you haven't read that already, pick it up befor...

    I've enjoyed this book, but just as the first one in the series it has some issues. The writing is often forced - the author tries to be descriptive, but fails. However, the plot is so good, so the twists kept me reading. It was a satisfying ending to the duology, though I wish the e...

    Winter Glass was a stunning follow-up to Spindle Fire, and I'm so very glad to have been given the chance to read and review an early copy in exchange for my honest opinion of the story. Winter Glass picks up right where Spindle Fire left off, and Lexa Hillyer doesn't waste a singl...

    ***Thank you to Edelweiss for the e-galley of this sequel to Spindle Fire.*** This is a direct sequel which starts off when the curse under Aurora has been broken and she awakens to find war between the fairy queen Malfeur and Deluce brewing. We are taken through different POV's thr...

    Thoughts: This book was marvelous. I loved, loved, loved how Lexa Hillyer went deeper into Isabelle's past in Winter Glass. I also loved how (spoiler) Gilbert came back. In book one, when Gilbert and Isabelle got separated, I was devastated because Gilbert was one of my favorite char...

  • Laina Quintanilla
    Apr 16, 2018

    Winter Glass picks up where its predecessor Spindle Fire left off. So, if you have not read Spindle fire, I recommend you read that one first and then pick up this book. I will also say that I enjoyed this book more than I did spindle fire! The Author is also a poet and it is evide...

    ?Among all men and across all fae, no heart can be braver than that of the hart slayer.? first thing, the writing was beautiful. poetic even. this entire book felt like dream. BUT I didn?t understand the main idea of this story. at least not until almost the end. here we...

    RTC ...

    "Among all men and across all fae, no heart can be braver than that of the hart slayer." A princess who must become a warrior. A rebel who must become a princess. An evil fairy. Unexpected romance, and a glass slipper that will change everything. Lexa Hillyer's Winter Glass is a stunn...

    *This review can also be found at The Reader and the Chef! Huge thanks to Glasstown Entertainment for the review copy that I read and reviewed willingly.* Prepare yourself, Winter Glass is set to destroy all the feels! This stunning conclusion full of sisterly love, romance, and m...

    Thanks to the publisher for providing an ARC in exchange for an honest review, this doesn't in any way influence my opinion on it. Getting back into this lush and imaginative world Lexa Hillyer has woven was a very enjoyable experience. Winter Glass begins in the aftermath of th...

    *4.5* Lexa Hillyer won me over with Spindle Fire last fall. I loved the world building and the characters, and while it started off at a slower pace, Lexa greatly built up the speed by the end, setting the stage for book #2. Now that I've read Winter Glass, the verdict is in. I...

    GIMME! GIMME! GIMME! ...

    You may also find this review on Books, Vertigo & Tea. ????? My Thoughts Spindle Fire was a success for me in terms of YA Fantasy & Retellings. I savored every moment of the dark and atmospheric dream world Hillyer had so poetically crafted. I was also a fan of...

    *Source* Edelweiss *Genre* Young Adult, Fantasy *Rating* 3.5 *Thoughts* Winter Glass, by author Lexa Hillyer, is the second and final installment in the Spindle Fire duology. The story picks up one week after the ending of Spindle Fire. Princess Aurora has been awakened from he...

    Such a great follow up to a great fairy tale retelling. Don't let the cover fool you - this book is darker and more twisted than the first. Also some KILLER unexpected romance. ...

    I'm so excited to be a part of this blog tour: as I was a member of the #SpindleSquad, I hold a special place in my heart for Lexa's books. I loved Spindle Fire, so I knew I would love Winter Glass. Though it didn't end how I would have liked...but that's a big spoiler and I won't r...

    Read more of my reviews at Cornerfolds.com! Spindle Fire was one of my favorite retellings of 2017. For those of you who don't know, retellings are my absolute favorite kinds of books to read! Spindle Fire was unique and exciting and I could not wait to get my hands on the second bo...

    *ARC provided by publisher in exchange for an honest review* "There is such a thing as wanting something too much- waiting so long and so fiercely for it that when it finally arrives, it cannot satisfy the hole its absence created." This was my second novel by Lexa and it starts off ...

    I was super pleased with this sequel! Winter Glass definitely expanded on the world introduced in Spindle Fire. The relationships and characters developed, which really let me get a better feel for them. The plot was urgent, but also filled with dramatic irony, as we kept switching ...

    Fantastic! It was absolutely amazing! ...

  • Laura Holt
    Feb 04, 2018

    Winter Glass picks up where its predecessor Spindle Fire left off. So, if you have not read Spindle fire, I recommend you read that one first and then pick up this book. I will also say that I enjoyed this book more than I did spindle fire! The Author is also a poet and it is evide...

    ?Among all men and across all fae, no heart can be braver than that of the hart slayer.? first thing, the writing was beautiful. poetic even. this entire book felt like dream. BUT I didn?t understand the main idea of this story. at least not until almost the end. here we...

    RTC ...

    "Among all men and across all fae, no heart can be braver than that of the hart slayer." A princess who must become a warrior. A rebel who must become a princess. An evil fairy. Unexpected romance, and a glass slipper that will change everything. Lexa Hillyer's Winter Glass is a stunn...

  • Red_Queen_Lover
    Apr 15, 2018

    Winter Glass picks up where its predecessor Spindle Fire left off. So, if you have not read Spindle fire, I recommend you read that one first and then pick up this book. I will also say that I enjoyed this book more than I did spindle fire! The Author is also a poet and it is evide...

    ?Among all men and across all fae, no heart can be braver than that of the hart slayer.? first thing, the writing was beautiful. poetic even. this entire book felt like dream. BUT I didn?t understand the main idea of this story. at least not until almost the end. here we...

    RTC ...

  • Jodi
    May 12, 2018

    Winter Glass picks up where its predecessor Spindle Fire left off. So, if you have not read Spindle fire, I recommend you read that one first and then pick up this book. I will also say that I enjoyed this book more than I did spindle fire! The Author is also a poet and it is evide...

    ?Among all men and across all fae, no heart can be braver than that of the hart slayer.? first thing, the writing was beautiful. poetic even. this entire book felt like dream. BUT I didn?t understand the main idea of this story. at least not until almost the end. here we...

    RTC ...

    "Among all men and across all fae, no heart can be braver than that of the hart slayer." A princess who must become a warrior. A rebel who must become a princess. An evil fairy. Unexpected romance, and a glass slipper that will change everything. Lexa Hillyer's Winter Glass is a stunn...

    *This review can also be found at The Reader and the Chef! Huge thanks to Glasstown Entertainment for the review copy that I read and reviewed willingly.* Prepare yourself, Winter Glass is set to destroy all the feels! This stunning conclusion full of sisterly love, romance, and m...

    Thanks to the publisher for providing an ARC in exchange for an honest review, this doesn't in any way influence my opinion on it. Getting back into this lush and imaginative world Lexa Hillyer has woven was a very enjoyable experience. Winter Glass begins in the aftermath of th...

    *4.5* Lexa Hillyer won me over with Spindle Fire last fall. I loved the world building and the characters, and while it started off at a slower pace, Lexa greatly built up the speed by the end, setting the stage for book #2. Now that I've read Winter Glass, the verdict is in. I...

    GIMME! GIMME! GIMME! ...

    You may also find this review on Books, Vertigo & Tea. ????? My Thoughts Spindle Fire was a success for me in terms of YA Fantasy & Retellings. I savored every moment of the dark and atmospheric dream world Hillyer had so poetically crafted. I was also a fan of...

    *Source* Edelweiss *Genre* Young Adult, Fantasy *Rating* 3.5 *Thoughts* Winter Glass, by author Lexa Hillyer, is the second and final installment in the Spindle Fire duology. The story picks up one week after the ending of Spindle Fire. Princess Aurora has been awakened from he...

    Such a great follow up to a great fairy tale retelling. Don't let the cover fool you - this book is darker and more twisted than the first. Also some KILLER unexpected romance. ...

    I'm so excited to be a part of this blog tour: as I was a member of the #SpindleSquad, I hold a special place in my heart for Lexa's books. I loved Spindle Fire, so I knew I would love Winter Glass. Though it didn't end how I would have liked...but that's a big spoiler and I won't r...

    Read more of my reviews at Cornerfolds.com! Spindle Fire was one of my favorite retellings of 2017. For those of you who don't know, retellings are my absolute favorite kinds of books to read! Spindle Fire was unique and exciting and I could not wait to get my hands on the second bo...

    *ARC provided by publisher in exchange for an honest review* "There is such a thing as wanting something too much- waiting so long and so fiercely for it that when it finally arrives, it cannot satisfy the hole its absence created." This was my second novel by Lexa and it starts off ...

    I was super pleased with this sequel! Winter Glass definitely expanded on the world introduced in Spindle Fire. The relationships and characters developed, which really let me get a better feel for them. The plot was urgent, but also filled with dramatic irony, as we kept switching ...

    Fantastic! It was absolutely amazing! ...

    The Sisters I definitely like where Isbe?s character goes in this particular book. She develops WAY more than in the first one and she becomes a much more relateable and likable character. On the other hand, I can?t say I ever grow to like Aurora. She remains an annoying character...

    I was lucky enough to win an ARC of Winter Glass in a Twitter giveaway, and I?m so happy that I did because I loved it! I read Spindle Fire, the first in this fairytale duology, last year and fell completely in love with the main characters, Aurora and Isbe. I?ve always been a h...

    This series has such a special place in my heart. I love this duology to death and will reread it over and over again. This review is gonna be sloppy (running on 1.5 hours of sleep here) but I want to share my thoughts anyways. Winter Glass had a bittersweet ending?very un-fairyt...

    I actually love this cover. ...

    POSITIVES + Character building + Plot twists NEGATIVES ? Plot holes ? Not emotionally attached See full review: Uptown Oracle ...

    Loved how the princess becomes a warrior and saves herself. Girl power!! ...