The Winter of the Witch

The Winter of the Witch

Following their adventures in The Bear and the Nightingale and The Girl in the Tower, Vasya and Morozko return in this stunning conclusion to the bestselling Winternight Trilogy, battling enemies mortal and magical to save both Russias, the seen and the unseen. Now Moscow has been struck by disaster. Its people are searching for answers?and for someone to blame. Vasya finds Following their adventures in The Bear and the Nightingale and The Girl in the Tower, Vasya and Morozko return in...

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Title:The Winter of the Witch
Author:Katherine Arden
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Genres:Fantasy
ISBN:The Winter of the Witch
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Edition Language:English
Format Type:ebook
Number of Pages:384 pages pages

The Winter of the Witch Reviews

  • Cheri
    Nov 26, 2018

    There are seven wonders in the world, and this book is all of them. The experience of reading The Winter of the Witch is something akin to being surrounded by magic. Yet, those are still such pale, passive words for what this story was. After the wonder and elation of reading this ...

    ?Beware the forest,? she added, following Vasya to the door. ?It does not take kindly to strangers.? It's over ?. But it was most definitely a beautiful and fitting ending. I've owned this book since it released on January 8, but I've been reluctant to start it. Partly...

    ARC given to me by my amazingly kind friend, who I don't deserve, but who has made my entire year - Lilly at Lair of Books! 1.) The Bear and the Nightingale ????? 2.) The Girl in the Tower ????? ?I have plucked snowdrops at Midwinter, died at my own cho...

    You know that feeling when you find a book that speaks to some deep part of your soul and you just want to shout: ?THIS is why I read!?? This folkloric trilogy has become that for me, reminding me of all the reasons why I love literature. It?s not a secret that I loved...

    it has been said that those who do not believe in magic will never find it, and this book is physical proof that magic does exist. every page, every word, every letter made its way into my heart, which began to beat in a steady and strong rhythm of ?i believe, i believe, i believ...

    A truly satisfying end to a splendid series. Review to come ...

    ALL THE STARS AND MORE. Russian firebird Review first posted on Fantasy Literature: Medieval Russia comes to life in Katherine Arden?s WINTERNIGHT TRILOGY, which began in Lesnaya Zemlya, a small village in northern Rus? in The Bear and the Nightingale and continued in T...

    ??Yesterday she saved your life, slew a wicked magician, set fire to Moscow and then saved it all in a single night. Do you think she will consent to disappear, for the price of a dowry- for any price? Do you know my sister??? It is seldom that the third book of a trilogy ...

    Do-do-do-do-do ... so I fought back and forth with this book the whole read. I was bored a lot during the first 40%, then things got interesting, then I got bored again, then things were magnanimous. But, Frost Demon, you make every scene you are in worth reading. I seriously think I w...

    Katherine Arden completes the wonder that is the stellar Winternight trilogy, and leaves me in pieces, distraught with a deep sense of loss that this is the end. This is epic storytelling as it begins with the ashes of Moskva and a traumatised people susceptible to the charismatic prie...

    "There is nothing but power in this world. People are divided into those who have it and those who have it not. Which will you be....." There is a lot of power in the final book of the Winternight Trilogy. This book starts off where The Girl in the Tower ends. If you have not read t...

    I adored this beyond measure. I am a huge fan of this trilogy, have been ever since reading the very first chapter of the first book. I was both super excited and a bit apprehensive before reading this book ? but I didn?t have to worry because Katherine Arden absolutely sticks t...

    5***** ?I have plucked snowdrops at Midwinter, died at my own choosing, and wept for a nightingale. Now I am beyond prophecy.? Enchanting ! More action packed than the other two books but still maintains all of its magical elements and folklore. This book picks up straight ...

    1-12-19 So I?ve sung this trilogy?s praises since THE BEAR AND THE NIGHTINGALE and I will continue to declare my love for these books. Where do I start? I was bawling my eyes out in the first 30 pages and couldn?t stop for a good twenty minutes. The action scenes are engaging...

    **Review is posted here on my blog** Real rating: 4.5 stars Who is to say, in the end, that the three guardians of Russia are not a witch, a frost-demon, and a chaos-spirit? I find it fitting. -Katherine Arden, The Winter of the Witch I am sitting in front of a window, watching s...

    5 stars! I feel like this is a non-review because it was so hard to write and pinpoint the experience of reading this book and series. In short, I absolutely loved it. Wow, this book. If you are a fan of this series, it?s one you just have to jump into; don?t read reviews. E...

    I realize it's only January, but I predict this will be one of my favorite books I read this year. This trilogy, what can I say about it without spoiling anything for those who have not read it yet? Well, if you took some Russian history and folklore, some historical misogyny and relig...

    ? 3 1/2 stars ?I have plucked snowdrops at Midwinter, died at my own choosing, and wept for a nightingale. Now I am beyond prophecy.? I?ve been pondering over how to review The Winter of the Witch for the longest time, and I simply couldn?t find the right words, or th...

    Gosh, I love this trilogy. It's seriously one of my all time favorites and it 100% takes you somewhere else...to a winter-steeped land, where the frost grows like flowers, and it's cold but you're full of warmth. Arden has created something lyrical, epic, full of midnight roads, sly-ey...

    I swear this series has the most beautiful covers ever. ...

    Copy furnished by Net Galley for the price of a review. The bear has awakened, and the dead are beginning to walk. A horse of fire, a laughing skeleton, a shadow of claws, and a bird with a woman's face. In the vast realm of Midnight, some shocking family ties are exposed. All...

    ?Come with me, Snegurochka. I know a house in a winter forest.? Furthest Things I've Learned in 2019 Thus Far: ?I am utterly destroyed by this series. ?I need Morozko to come help me bang out the feelings I have after finishing this amazing and epic story. So many F E E ...

    This was one of the most beautiful trilogies with Russian history with a heroine to love. All the male and female characters are strong - be it good or evil. Wonderful storytelling....folklore- myth- rich Russian history ... magical - mystical - sparkling prose - with a powerful wis...

    ??There will be snowdrops along the way,? said Vasya.? -- The Girl in the Tower, by Katherine Arden In January of 2017, Katherine Arden introduced us to Vasya (Vasilisa) in the first book in this Winternight Trilogy, with The Bear and the Nightingale, and followed up in ...

  • Elyse Walters
    Feb 12, 2019

    There are seven wonders in the world, and this book is all of them. The experience of reading The Winter of the Witch is something akin to being surrounded by magic. Yet, those are still such pale, passive words for what this story was. After the wonder and elation of reading this ...

    ?Beware the forest,? she added, following Vasya to the door. ?It does not take kindly to strangers.? It's over ?. But it was most definitely a beautiful and fitting ending. I've owned this book since it released on January 8, but I've been reluctant to start it. Partly...

    ARC given to me by my amazingly kind friend, who I don't deserve, but who has made my entire year - Lilly at Lair of Books! 1.) The Bear and the Nightingale ????? 2.) The Girl in the Tower ????? ?I have plucked snowdrops at Midwinter, died at my own cho...

    You know that feeling when you find a book that speaks to some deep part of your soul and you just want to shout: ?THIS is why I read!?? This folkloric trilogy has become that for me, reminding me of all the reasons why I love literature. It?s not a secret that I loved...

    it has been said that those who do not believe in magic will never find it, and this book is physical proof that magic does exist. every page, every word, every letter made its way into my heart, which began to beat in a steady and strong rhythm of ?i believe, i believe, i believ...

    A truly satisfying end to a splendid series. Review to come ...

    ALL THE STARS AND MORE. Russian firebird Review first posted on Fantasy Literature: Medieval Russia comes to life in Katherine Arden?s WINTERNIGHT TRILOGY, which began in Lesnaya Zemlya, a small village in northern Rus? in The Bear and the Nightingale and continued in T...

    ??Yesterday she saved your life, slew a wicked magician, set fire to Moscow and then saved it all in a single night. Do you think she will consent to disappear, for the price of a dowry- for any price? Do you know my sister??? It is seldom that the third book of a trilogy ...

    Do-do-do-do-do ... so I fought back and forth with this book the whole read. I was bored a lot during the first 40%, then things got interesting, then I got bored again, then things were magnanimous. But, Frost Demon, you make every scene you are in worth reading. I seriously think I w...

    Katherine Arden completes the wonder that is the stellar Winternight trilogy, and leaves me in pieces, distraught with a deep sense of loss that this is the end. This is epic storytelling as it begins with the ashes of Moskva and a traumatised people susceptible to the charismatic prie...

    "There is nothing but power in this world. People are divided into those who have it and those who have it not. Which will you be....." There is a lot of power in the final book of the Winternight Trilogy. This book starts off where The Girl in the Tower ends. If you have not read t...

    I adored this beyond measure. I am a huge fan of this trilogy, have been ever since reading the very first chapter of the first book. I was both super excited and a bit apprehensive before reading this book ? but I didn?t have to worry because Katherine Arden absolutely sticks t...

    5***** ?I have plucked snowdrops at Midwinter, died at my own choosing, and wept for a nightingale. Now I am beyond prophecy.? Enchanting ! More action packed than the other two books but still maintains all of its magical elements and folklore. This book picks up straight ...

    1-12-19 So I?ve sung this trilogy?s praises since THE BEAR AND THE NIGHTINGALE and I will continue to declare my love for these books. Where do I start? I was bawling my eyes out in the first 30 pages and couldn?t stop for a good twenty minutes. The action scenes are engaging...

    **Review is posted here on my blog** Real rating: 4.5 stars Who is to say, in the end, that the three guardians of Russia are not a witch, a frost-demon, and a chaos-spirit? I find it fitting. -Katherine Arden, The Winter of the Witch I am sitting in front of a window, watching s...

    5 stars! I feel like this is a non-review because it was so hard to write and pinpoint the experience of reading this book and series. In short, I absolutely loved it. Wow, this book. If you are a fan of this series, it?s one you just have to jump into; don?t read reviews. E...

    I realize it's only January, but I predict this will be one of my favorite books I read this year. This trilogy, what can I say about it without spoiling anything for those who have not read it yet? Well, if you took some Russian history and folklore, some historical misogyny and relig...

    ? 3 1/2 stars ?I have plucked snowdrops at Midwinter, died at my own choosing, and wept for a nightingale. Now I am beyond prophecy.? I?ve been pondering over how to review The Winter of the Witch for the longest time, and I simply couldn?t find the right words, or th...

    Gosh, I love this trilogy. It's seriously one of my all time favorites and it 100% takes you somewhere else...to a winter-steeped land, where the frost grows like flowers, and it's cold but you're full of warmth. Arden has created something lyrical, epic, full of midnight roads, sly-ey...

    I swear this series has the most beautiful covers ever. ...

    Copy furnished by Net Galley for the price of a review. The bear has awakened, and the dead are beginning to walk. A horse of fire, a laughing skeleton, a shadow of claws, and a bird with a woman's face. In the vast realm of Midnight, some shocking family ties are exposed. All...

    ?Come with me, Snegurochka. I know a house in a winter forest.? Furthest Things I've Learned in 2019 Thus Far: ?I am utterly destroyed by this series. ?I need Morozko to come help me bang out the feelings I have after finishing this amazing and epic story. So many F E E ...

    This was one of the most beautiful trilogies with Russian history with a heroine to love. All the male and female characters are strong - be it good or evil. Wonderful storytelling....folklore- myth- rich Russian history ... magical - mystical - sparkling prose - with a powerful wis...

  • Sara
    Feb 27, 2019

    There are seven wonders in the world, and this book is all of them. The experience of reading The Winter of the Witch is something akin to being surrounded by magic. Yet, those are still such pale, passive words for what this story was. After the wonder and elation of reading this ...

    ?Beware the forest,? she added, following Vasya to the door. ?It does not take kindly to strangers.? It's over ?. But it was most definitely a beautiful and fitting ending. I've owned this book since it released on January 8, but I've been reluctant to start it. Partly...

    ARC given to me by my amazingly kind friend, who I don't deserve, but who has made my entire year - Lilly at Lair of Books! 1.) The Bear and the Nightingale ????? 2.) The Girl in the Tower ????? ?I have plucked snowdrops at Midwinter, died at my own cho...

    You know that feeling when you find a book that speaks to some deep part of your soul and you just want to shout: ?THIS is why I read!?? This folkloric trilogy has become that for me, reminding me of all the reasons why I love literature. It?s not a secret that I loved...

    it has been said that those who do not believe in magic will never find it, and this book is physical proof that magic does exist. every page, every word, every letter made its way into my heart, which began to beat in a steady and strong rhythm of ?i believe, i believe, i believ...

    A truly satisfying end to a splendid series. Review to come ...

    ALL THE STARS AND MORE. Russian firebird Review first posted on Fantasy Literature: Medieval Russia comes to life in Katherine Arden?s WINTERNIGHT TRILOGY, which began in Lesnaya Zemlya, a small village in northern Rus? in The Bear and the Nightingale and continued in T...

    ??Yesterday she saved your life, slew a wicked magician, set fire to Moscow and then saved it all in a single night. Do you think she will consent to disappear, for the price of a dowry- for any price? Do you know my sister??? It is seldom that the third book of a trilogy ...

    Do-do-do-do-do ... so I fought back and forth with this book the whole read. I was bored a lot during the first 40%, then things got interesting, then I got bored again, then things were magnanimous. But, Frost Demon, you make every scene you are in worth reading. I seriously think I w...

    Katherine Arden completes the wonder that is the stellar Winternight trilogy, and leaves me in pieces, distraught with a deep sense of loss that this is the end. This is epic storytelling as it begins with the ashes of Moskva and a traumatised people susceptible to the charismatic prie...

    "There is nothing but power in this world. People are divided into those who have it and those who have it not. Which will you be....." There is a lot of power in the final book of the Winternight Trilogy. This book starts off where The Girl in the Tower ends. If you have not read t...

    I adored this beyond measure. I am a huge fan of this trilogy, have been ever since reading the very first chapter of the first book. I was both super excited and a bit apprehensive before reading this book ? but I didn?t have to worry because Katherine Arden absolutely sticks t...

    5***** ?I have plucked snowdrops at Midwinter, died at my own choosing, and wept for a nightingale. Now I am beyond prophecy.? Enchanting ! More action packed than the other two books but still maintains all of its magical elements and folklore. This book picks up straight ...

    1-12-19 So I?ve sung this trilogy?s praises since THE BEAR AND THE NIGHTINGALE and I will continue to declare my love for these books. Where do I start? I was bawling my eyes out in the first 30 pages and couldn?t stop for a good twenty minutes. The action scenes are engaging...

    **Review is posted here on my blog** Real rating: 4.5 stars Who is to say, in the end, that the three guardians of Russia are not a witch, a frost-demon, and a chaos-spirit? I find it fitting. -Katherine Arden, The Winter of the Witch I am sitting in front of a window, watching s...

    5 stars! I feel like this is a non-review because it was so hard to write and pinpoint the experience of reading this book and series. In short, I absolutely loved it. Wow, this book. If you are a fan of this series, it?s one you just have to jump into; don?t read reviews. E...

    I realize it's only January, but I predict this will be one of my favorite books I read this year. This trilogy, what can I say about it without spoiling anything for those who have not read it yet? Well, if you took some Russian history and folklore, some historical misogyny and relig...

    ? 3 1/2 stars ?I have plucked snowdrops at Midwinter, died at my own choosing, and wept for a nightingale. Now I am beyond prophecy.? I?ve been pondering over how to review The Winter of the Witch for the longest time, and I simply couldn?t find the right words, or th...

    Gosh, I love this trilogy. It's seriously one of my all time favorites and it 100% takes you somewhere else...to a winter-steeped land, where the frost grows like flowers, and it's cold but you're full of warmth. Arden has created something lyrical, epic, full of midnight roads, sly-ey...

    I swear this series has the most beautiful covers ever. ...

    Copy furnished by Net Galley for the price of a review. The bear has awakened, and the dead are beginning to walk. A horse of fire, a laughing skeleton, a shadow of claws, and a bird with a woman's face. In the vast realm of Midnight, some shocking family ties are exposed. All...

    ?Come with me, Snegurochka. I know a house in a winter forest.? Furthest Things I've Learned in 2019 Thus Far: ?I am utterly destroyed by this series. ?I need Morozko to come help me bang out the feelings I have after finishing this amazing and epic story. So many F E E ...

    This was one of the most beautiful trilogies with Russian history with a heroine to love. All the male and female characters are strong - be it good or evil. Wonderful storytelling....folklore- myth- rich Russian history ... magical - mystical - sparkling prose - with a powerful wis...

    ??There will be snowdrops along the way,? said Vasya.? -- The Girl in the Tower, by Katherine Arden In January of 2017, Katherine Arden introduced us to Vasya (Vasilisa) in the first book in this Winternight Trilogy, with The Bear and the Nightingale, and followed up in ...

    A wonderful finale to this excellent trilogy. Katherine Arden excels at world building and the book lives and breathes old Russia, its weather, its way of life and its beliefs. All those wonderful house spirits and Chyerti who existed only as long as the people believed. And the go...

    This Russian Fairytale-like Winternight Trilogy has brought me such enjoyment the past three winters, I?m sad that it has come to an end! So much real Russian history with the added elements of demons and mythical creatures just took me over in The Bear and The Nightingale (my favori...

    4 / 5 ~ As a whole, I adored this series. I adored the magic, intrigue, folklore, writing ? However, as a finale to the series, The Winter of the Witch disappointed me a teeny-tiny bit. A four-star rating is still good, definitely; but this novel rates slightly under its predeces...

    I loved this trilogy and I love Katherine Arden's writing. I would read from her again, anytime. However, this book specifically felt like a forced extension to the story. It was slower than the other books and I didn't feel it flowed naturally. It just didn't grip me. So, I wish i...

    I have so much to say about this book that I?ve been holding back reviewing it until I had time to fully invest myself in my thoughts. I know it?s only March, but I think this is my favourite read of 2019 and it?ll be pretty tough to beat. In the third book of the Winternight...

  • Melanie
    Dec 05, 2017

    There are seven wonders in the world, and this book is all of them. The experience of reading The Winter of the Witch is something akin to being surrounded by magic. Yet, those are still such pale, passive words for what this story was. After the wonder and elation of reading this ...

    ?Beware the forest,? she added, following Vasya to the door. ?It does not take kindly to strangers.? It's over ?. But it was most definitely a beautiful and fitting ending. I've owned this book since it released on January 8, but I've been reluctant to start it. Partly...

    ARC given to me by my amazingly kind friend, who I don't deserve, but who has made my entire year - Lilly at Lair of Books! 1.) The Bear and the Nightingale ????? 2.) The Girl in the Tower ????? ?I have plucked snowdrops at Midwinter, died at my own cho...

  • Emily May
    Mar 05, 2019

    There are seven wonders in the world, and this book is all of them. The experience of reading The Winter of the Witch is something akin to being surrounded by magic. Yet, those are still such pale, passive words for what this story was. After the wonder and elation of reading this ...

    ?Beware the forest,? she added, following Vasya to the door. ?It does not take kindly to strangers.? It's over ?. But it was most definitely a beautiful and fitting ending. I've owned this book since it released on January 8, but I've been reluctant to start it. Partly...

  • Debra
    Dec 16, 2018

    There are seven wonders in the world, and this book is all of them. The experience of reading The Winter of the Witch is something akin to being surrounded by magic. Yet, those are still such pale, passive words for what this story was. After the wonder and elation of reading this ...

    ?Beware the forest,? she added, following Vasya to the door. ?It does not take kindly to strangers.? It's over ?. But it was most definitely a beautiful and fitting ending. I've owned this book since it released on January 8, but I've been reluctant to start it. Partly...

    ARC given to me by my amazingly kind friend, who I don't deserve, but who has made my entire year - Lilly at Lair of Books! 1.) The Bear and the Nightingale ????? 2.) The Girl in the Tower ????? ?I have plucked snowdrops at Midwinter, died at my own cho...

    You know that feeling when you find a book that speaks to some deep part of your soul and you just want to shout: ?THIS is why I read!?? This folkloric trilogy has become that for me, reminding me of all the reasons why I love literature. It?s not a secret that I loved...

    it has been said that those who do not believe in magic will never find it, and this book is physical proof that magic does exist. every page, every word, every letter made its way into my heart, which began to beat in a steady and strong rhythm of ?i believe, i believe, i believ...

    A truly satisfying end to a splendid series. Review to come ...

    ALL THE STARS AND MORE. Russian firebird Review first posted on Fantasy Literature: Medieval Russia comes to life in Katherine Arden?s WINTERNIGHT TRILOGY, which began in Lesnaya Zemlya, a small village in northern Rus? in The Bear and the Nightingale and continued in T...

    ??Yesterday she saved your life, slew a wicked magician, set fire to Moscow and then saved it all in a single night. Do you think she will consent to disappear, for the price of a dowry- for any price? Do you know my sister??? It is seldom that the third book of a trilogy ...

    Do-do-do-do-do ... so I fought back and forth with this book the whole read. I was bored a lot during the first 40%, then things got interesting, then I got bored again, then things were magnanimous. But, Frost Demon, you make every scene you are in worth reading. I seriously think I w...

    Katherine Arden completes the wonder that is the stellar Winternight trilogy, and leaves me in pieces, distraught with a deep sense of loss that this is the end. This is epic storytelling as it begins with the ashes of Moskva and a traumatised people susceptible to the charismatic prie...

    "There is nothing but power in this world. People are divided into those who have it and those who have it not. Which will you be....." There is a lot of power in the final book of the Winternight Trilogy. This book starts off where The Girl in the Tower ends. If you have not read t...

  • Leah
    Dec 10, 2017

    There are seven wonders in the world, and this book is all of them. The experience of reading The Winter of the Witch is something akin to being surrounded by magic. Yet, those are still such pale, passive words for what this story was. After the wonder and elation of reading this ...

    ?Beware the forest,? she added, following Vasya to the door. ?It does not take kindly to strangers.? It's over ?. But it was most definitely a beautiful and fitting ending. I've owned this book since it released on January 8, but I've been reluctant to start it. Partly...

    ARC given to me by my amazingly kind friend, who I don't deserve, but who has made my entire year - Lilly at Lair of Books! 1.) The Bear and the Nightingale ????? 2.) The Girl in the Tower ????? ?I have plucked snowdrops at Midwinter, died at my own cho...

    You know that feeling when you find a book that speaks to some deep part of your soul and you just want to shout: ?THIS is why I read!?? This folkloric trilogy has become that for me, reminding me of all the reasons why I love literature. It?s not a secret that I loved...

    it has been said that those who do not believe in magic will never find it, and this book is physical proof that magic does exist. every page, every word, every letter made its way into my heart, which began to beat in a steady and strong rhythm of ?i believe, i believe, i believ...

    A truly satisfying end to a splendid series. Review to come ...

    ALL THE STARS AND MORE. Russian firebird Review first posted on Fantasy Literature: Medieval Russia comes to life in Katherine Arden?s WINTERNIGHT TRILOGY, which began in Lesnaya Zemlya, a small village in northern Rus? in The Bear and the Nightingale and continued in T...

    ??Yesterday she saved your life, slew a wicked magician, set fire to Moscow and then saved it all in a single night. Do you think she will consent to disappear, for the price of a dowry- for any price? Do you know my sister??? It is seldom that the third book of a trilogy ...

    Do-do-do-do-do ... so I fought back and forth with this book the whole read. I was bored a lot during the first 40%, then things got interesting, then I got bored again, then things were magnanimous. But, Frost Demon, you make every scene you are in worth reading. I seriously think I w...

    Katherine Arden completes the wonder that is the stellar Winternight trilogy, and leaves me in pieces, distraught with a deep sense of loss that this is the end. This is epic storytelling as it begins with the ashes of Moskva and a traumatised people susceptible to the charismatic prie...

    "There is nothing but power in this world. People are divided into those who have it and those who have it not. Which will you be....." There is a lot of power in the final book of the Winternight Trilogy. This book starts off where The Girl in the Tower ends. If you have not read t...

    I adored this beyond measure. I am a huge fan of this trilogy, have been ever since reading the very first chapter of the first book. I was both super excited and a bit apprehensive before reading this book ? but I didn?t have to worry because Katherine Arden absolutely sticks t...

    5***** ?I have plucked snowdrops at Midwinter, died at my own choosing, and wept for a nightingale. Now I am beyond prophecy.? Enchanting ! More action packed than the other two books but still maintains all of its magical elements and folklore. This book picks up straight ...

    1-12-19 So I?ve sung this trilogy?s praises since THE BEAR AND THE NIGHTINGALE and I will continue to declare my love for these books. Where do I start? I was bawling my eyes out in the first 30 pages and couldn?t stop for a good twenty minutes. The action scenes are engaging...

  • kath | novelandfolk
    Dec 02, 2017

    There are seven wonders in the world, and this book is all of them. The experience of reading The Winter of the Witch is something akin to being surrounded by magic. Yet, those are still such pale, passive words for what this story was. After the wonder and elation of reading this ...

    ?Beware the forest,? she added, following Vasya to the door. ?It does not take kindly to strangers.? It's over ?. But it was most definitely a beautiful and fitting ending. I've owned this book since it released on January 8, but I've been reluctant to start it. Partly...

    ARC given to me by my amazingly kind friend, who I don't deserve, but who has made my entire year - Lilly at Lair of Books! 1.) The Bear and the Nightingale ????? 2.) The Girl in the Tower ????? ?I have plucked snowdrops at Midwinter, died at my own cho...

    You know that feeling when you find a book that speaks to some deep part of your soul and you just want to shout: ?THIS is why I read!?? This folkloric trilogy has become that for me, reminding me of all the reasons why I love literature. It?s not a secret that I loved...

  • Holly
    Jan 11, 2019

    There are seven wonders in the world, and this book is all of them. The experience of reading The Winter of the Witch is something akin to being surrounded by magic. Yet, those are still such pale, passive words for what this story was. After the wonder and elation of reading this ...

    ?Beware the forest,? she added, following Vasya to the door. ?It does not take kindly to strangers.? It's over ?. But it was most definitely a beautiful and fitting ending. I've owned this book since it released on January 8, but I've been reluctant to start it. Partly...

    ARC given to me by my amazingly kind friend, who I don't deserve, but who has made my entire year - Lilly at Lair of Books! 1.) The Bear and the Nightingale ????? 2.) The Girl in the Tower ????? ?I have plucked snowdrops at Midwinter, died at my own cho...

    You know that feeling when you find a book that speaks to some deep part of your soul and you just want to shout: ?THIS is why I read!?? This folkloric trilogy has become that for me, reminding me of all the reasons why I love literature. It?s not a secret that I loved...

    it has been said that those who do not believe in magic will never find it, and this book is physical proof that magic does exist. every page, every word, every letter made its way into my heart, which began to beat in a steady and strong rhythm of ?i believe, i believe, i believ...

    A truly satisfying end to a splendid series. Review to come ...

    ALL THE STARS AND MORE. Russian firebird Review first posted on Fantasy Literature: Medieval Russia comes to life in Katherine Arden?s WINTERNIGHT TRILOGY, which began in Lesnaya Zemlya, a small village in northern Rus? in The Bear and the Nightingale and continued in T...

    ??Yesterday she saved your life, slew a wicked magician, set fire to Moscow and then saved it all in a single night. Do you think she will consent to disappear, for the price of a dowry- for any price? Do you know my sister??? It is seldom that the third book of a trilogy ...

    Do-do-do-do-do ... so I fought back and forth with this book the whole read. I was bored a lot during the first 40%, then things got interesting, then I got bored again, then things were magnanimous. But, Frost Demon, you make every scene you are in worth reading. I seriously think I w...

    Katherine Arden completes the wonder that is the stellar Winternight trilogy, and leaves me in pieces, distraught with a deep sense of loss that this is the end. This is epic storytelling as it begins with the ashes of Moskva and a traumatised people susceptible to the charismatic prie...

    "There is nothing but power in this world. People are divided into those who have it and those who have it not. Which will you be....." There is a lot of power in the final book of the Winternight Trilogy. This book starts off where The Girl in the Tower ends. If you have not read t...

    I adored this beyond measure. I am a huge fan of this trilogy, have been ever since reading the very first chapter of the first book. I was both super excited and a bit apprehensive before reading this book ? but I didn?t have to worry because Katherine Arden absolutely sticks t...

    5***** ?I have plucked snowdrops at Midwinter, died at my own choosing, and wept for a nightingale. Now I am beyond prophecy.? Enchanting ! More action packed than the other two books but still maintains all of its magical elements and folklore. This book picks up straight ...

    1-12-19 So I?ve sung this trilogy?s praises since THE BEAR AND THE NIGHTINGALE and I will continue to declare my love for these books. Where do I start? I was bawling my eyes out in the first 30 pages and couldn?t stop for a good twenty minutes. The action scenes are engaging...

    **Review is posted here on my blog** Real rating: 4.5 stars Who is to say, in the end, that the three guardians of Russia are not a witch, a frost-demon, and a chaos-spirit? I find it fitting. -Katherine Arden, The Winter of the Witch I am sitting in front of a window, watching s...

    5 stars! I feel like this is a non-review because it was so hard to write and pinpoint the experience of reading this book and series. In short, I absolutely loved it. Wow, this book. If you are a fan of this series, it?s one you just have to jump into; don?t read reviews. E...

    I realize it's only January, but I predict this will be one of my favorite books I read this year. This trilogy, what can I say about it without spoiling anything for those who have not read it yet? Well, if you took some Russian history and folklore, some historical misogyny and relig...

  • Nastassja
    Jan 27, 2018

    There are seven wonders in the world, and this book is all of them. The experience of reading The Winter of the Witch is something akin to being surrounded by magic. Yet, those are still such pale, passive words for what this story was. After the wonder and elation of reading this ...

    ?Beware the forest,? she added, following Vasya to the door. ?It does not take kindly to strangers.? It's over ?. But it was most definitely a beautiful and fitting ending. I've owned this book since it released on January 8, but I've been reluctant to start it. Partly...

    ARC given to me by my amazingly kind friend, who I don't deserve, but who has made my entire year - Lilly at Lair of Books! 1.) The Bear and the Nightingale ????? 2.) The Girl in the Tower ????? ?I have plucked snowdrops at Midwinter, died at my own cho...

    You know that feeling when you find a book that speaks to some deep part of your soul and you just want to shout: ?THIS is why I read!?? This folkloric trilogy has become that for me, reminding me of all the reasons why I love literature. It?s not a secret that I loved...

    it has been said that those who do not believe in magic will never find it, and this book is physical proof that magic does exist. every page, every word, every letter made its way into my heart, which began to beat in a steady and strong rhythm of ?i believe, i believe, i believ...

    A truly satisfying end to a splendid series. Review to come ...

    ALL THE STARS AND MORE. Russian firebird Review first posted on Fantasy Literature: Medieval Russia comes to life in Katherine Arden?s WINTERNIGHT TRILOGY, which began in Lesnaya Zemlya, a small village in northern Rus? in The Bear and the Nightingale and continued in T...

    ??Yesterday she saved your life, slew a wicked magician, set fire to Moscow and then saved it all in a single night. Do you think she will consent to disappear, for the price of a dowry- for any price? Do you know my sister??? It is seldom that the third book of a trilogy ...

    Do-do-do-do-do ... so I fought back and forth with this book the whole read. I was bored a lot during the first 40%, then things got interesting, then I got bored again, then things were magnanimous. But, Frost Demon, you make every scene you are in worth reading. I seriously think I w...

    Katherine Arden completes the wonder that is the stellar Winternight trilogy, and leaves me in pieces, distraught with a deep sense of loss that this is the end. This is epic storytelling as it begins with the ashes of Moskva and a traumatised people susceptible to the charismatic prie...

    "There is nothing but power in this world. People are divided into those who have it and those who have it not. Which will you be....." There is a lot of power in the final book of the Winternight Trilogy. This book starts off where The Girl in the Tower ends. If you have not read t...

    I adored this beyond measure. I am a huge fan of this trilogy, have been ever since reading the very first chapter of the first book. I was both super excited and a bit apprehensive before reading this book ? but I didn?t have to worry because Katherine Arden absolutely sticks t...

    5***** ?I have plucked snowdrops at Midwinter, died at my own choosing, and wept for a nightingale. Now I am beyond prophecy.? Enchanting ! More action packed than the other two books but still maintains all of its magical elements and folklore. This book picks up straight ...

    1-12-19 So I?ve sung this trilogy?s praises since THE BEAR AND THE NIGHTINGALE and I will continue to declare my love for these books. Where do I start? I was bawling my eyes out in the first 30 pages and couldn?t stop for a good twenty minutes. The action scenes are engaging...

    **Review is posted here on my blog** Real rating: 4.5 stars Who is to say, in the end, that the three guardians of Russia are not a witch, a frost-demon, and a chaos-spirit? I find it fitting. -Katherine Arden, The Winter of the Witch I am sitting in front of a window, watching s...

  • Phrynne
    Mar 19, 2019

    There are seven wonders in the world, and this book is all of them. The experience of reading The Winter of the Witch is something akin to being surrounded by magic. Yet, those are still such pale, passive words for what this story was. After the wonder and elation of reading this ...

    ?Beware the forest,? she added, following Vasya to the door. ?It does not take kindly to strangers.? It's over ?. But it was most definitely a beautiful and fitting ending. I've owned this book since it released on January 8, but I've been reluctant to start it. Partly...

    ARC given to me by my amazingly kind friend, who I don't deserve, but who has made my entire year - Lilly at Lair of Books! 1.) The Bear and the Nightingale ????? 2.) The Girl in the Tower ????? ?I have plucked snowdrops at Midwinter, died at my own cho...

    You know that feeling when you find a book that speaks to some deep part of your soul and you just want to shout: ?THIS is why I read!?? This folkloric trilogy has become that for me, reminding me of all the reasons why I love literature. It?s not a secret that I loved...

    it has been said that those who do not believe in magic will never find it, and this book is physical proof that magic does exist. every page, every word, every letter made its way into my heart, which began to beat in a steady and strong rhythm of ?i believe, i believe, i believ...

    A truly satisfying end to a splendid series. Review to come ...

    ALL THE STARS AND MORE. Russian firebird Review first posted on Fantasy Literature: Medieval Russia comes to life in Katherine Arden?s WINTERNIGHT TRILOGY, which began in Lesnaya Zemlya, a small village in northern Rus? in The Bear and the Nightingale and continued in T...

    ??Yesterday she saved your life, slew a wicked magician, set fire to Moscow and then saved it all in a single night. Do you think she will consent to disappear, for the price of a dowry- for any price? Do you know my sister??? It is seldom that the third book of a trilogy ...

    Do-do-do-do-do ... so I fought back and forth with this book the whole read. I was bored a lot during the first 40%, then things got interesting, then I got bored again, then things were magnanimous. But, Frost Demon, you make every scene you are in worth reading. I seriously think I w...

    Katherine Arden completes the wonder that is the stellar Winternight trilogy, and leaves me in pieces, distraught with a deep sense of loss that this is the end. This is epic storytelling as it begins with the ashes of Moskva and a traumatised people susceptible to the charismatic prie...

    "There is nothing but power in this world. People are divided into those who have it and those who have it not. Which will you be....." There is a lot of power in the final book of the Winternight Trilogy. This book starts off where The Girl in the Tower ends. If you have not read t...

    I adored this beyond measure. I am a huge fan of this trilogy, have been ever since reading the very first chapter of the first book. I was both super excited and a bit apprehensive before reading this book ? but I didn?t have to worry because Katherine Arden absolutely sticks t...

    5***** ?I have plucked snowdrops at Midwinter, died at my own choosing, and wept for a nightingale. Now I am beyond prophecy.? Enchanting ! More action packed than the other two books but still maintains all of its magical elements and folklore. This book picks up straight ...

    1-12-19 So I?ve sung this trilogy?s praises since THE BEAR AND THE NIGHTINGALE and I will continue to declare my love for these books. Where do I start? I was bawling my eyes out in the first 30 pages and couldn?t stop for a good twenty minutes. The action scenes are engaging...

    **Review is posted here on my blog** Real rating: 4.5 stars Who is to say, in the end, that the three guardians of Russia are not a witch, a frost-demon, and a chaos-spirit? I find it fitting. -Katherine Arden, The Winter of the Witch I am sitting in front of a window, watching s...

    5 stars! I feel like this is a non-review because it was so hard to write and pinpoint the experience of reading this book and series. In short, I absolutely loved it. Wow, this book. If you are a fan of this series, it?s one you just have to jump into; don?t read reviews. E...

    I realize it's only January, but I predict this will be one of my favorite books I read this year. This trilogy, what can I say about it without spoiling anything for those who have not read it yet? Well, if you took some Russian history and folklore, some historical misogyny and relig...

    ? 3 1/2 stars ?I have plucked snowdrops at Midwinter, died at my own choosing, and wept for a nightingale. Now I am beyond prophecy.? I?ve been pondering over how to review The Winter of the Witch for the longest time, and I simply couldn?t find the right words, or th...

    Gosh, I love this trilogy. It's seriously one of my all time favorites and it 100% takes you somewhere else...to a winter-steeped land, where the frost grows like flowers, and it's cold but you're full of warmth. Arden has created something lyrical, epic, full of midnight roads, sly-ey...

    I swear this series has the most beautiful covers ever. ...

    Copy furnished by Net Galley for the price of a review. The bear has awakened, and the dead are beginning to walk. A horse of fire, a laughing skeleton, a shadow of claws, and a bird with a woman's face. In the vast realm of Midnight, some shocking family ties are exposed. All...

    ?Come with me, Snegurochka. I know a house in a winter forest.? Furthest Things I've Learned in 2019 Thus Far: ?I am utterly destroyed by this series. ?I need Morozko to come help me bang out the feelings I have after finishing this amazing and epic story. So many F E E ...

    This was one of the most beautiful trilogies with Russian history with a heroine to love. All the male and female characters are strong - be it good or evil. Wonderful storytelling....folklore- myth- rich Russian history ... magical - mystical - sparkling prose - with a powerful wis...

    ??There will be snowdrops along the way,? said Vasya.? -- The Girl in the Tower, by Katherine Arden In January of 2017, Katherine Arden introduced us to Vasya (Vasilisa) in the first book in this Winternight Trilogy, with The Bear and the Nightingale, and followed up in ...

    A wonderful finale to this excellent trilogy. Katherine Arden excels at world building and the book lives and breathes old Russia, its weather, its way of life and its beliefs. All those wonderful house spirits and Chyerti who existed only as long as the people believed. And the go...

  • Tadiana ✩Night Owl☽
    Dec 20, 2017

    There are seven wonders in the world, and this book is all of them. The experience of reading The Winter of the Witch is something akin to being surrounded by magic. Yet, those are still such pale, passive words for what this story was. After the wonder and elation of reading this ...

    ?Beware the forest,? she added, following Vasya to the door. ?It does not take kindly to strangers.? It's over ?. But it was most definitely a beautiful and fitting ending. I've owned this book since it released on January 8, but I've been reluctant to start it. Partly...

    ARC given to me by my amazingly kind friend, who I don't deserve, but who has made my entire year - Lilly at Lair of Books! 1.) The Bear and the Nightingale ????? 2.) The Girl in the Tower ????? ?I have plucked snowdrops at Midwinter, died at my own cho...

    You know that feeling when you find a book that speaks to some deep part of your soul and you just want to shout: ?THIS is why I read!?? This folkloric trilogy has become that for me, reminding me of all the reasons why I love literature. It?s not a secret that I loved...

    it has been said that those who do not believe in magic will never find it, and this book is physical proof that magic does exist. every page, every word, every letter made its way into my heart, which began to beat in a steady and strong rhythm of ?i believe, i believe, i believ...

    A truly satisfying end to a splendid series. Review to come ...

    ALL THE STARS AND MORE. Russian firebird Review first posted on Fantasy Literature: Medieval Russia comes to life in Katherine Arden?s WINTERNIGHT TRILOGY, which began in Lesnaya Zemlya, a small village in northern Rus? in The Bear and the Nightingale and continued in T...

  • Lily ☁️
    Dec 19, 2018

    There are seven wonders in the world, and this book is all of them. The experience of reading The Winter of the Witch is something akin to being surrounded by magic. Yet, those are still such pale, passive words for what this story was. After the wonder and elation of reading this ...

    ?Beware the forest,? she added, following Vasya to the door. ?It does not take kindly to strangers.? It's over ?. But it was most definitely a beautiful and fitting ending. I've owned this book since it released on January 8, but I've been reluctant to start it. Partly...

    ARC given to me by my amazingly kind friend, who I don't deserve, but who has made my entire year - Lilly at Lair of Books! 1.) The Bear and the Nightingale ????? 2.) The Girl in the Tower ????? ?I have plucked snowdrops at Midwinter, died at my own cho...

    You know that feeling when you find a book that speaks to some deep part of your soul and you just want to shout: ?THIS is why I read!?? This folkloric trilogy has become that for me, reminding me of all the reasons why I love literature. It?s not a secret that I loved...

    it has been said that those who do not believe in magic will never find it, and this book is physical proof that magic does exist. every page, every word, every letter made its way into my heart, which began to beat in a steady and strong rhythm of ?i believe, i believe, i believ...

    A truly satisfying end to a splendid series. Review to come ...

    ALL THE STARS AND MORE. Russian firebird Review first posted on Fantasy Literature: Medieval Russia comes to life in Katherine Arden?s WINTERNIGHT TRILOGY, which began in Lesnaya Zemlya, a small village in northern Rus? in The Bear and the Nightingale and continued in T...

    ??Yesterday she saved your life, slew a wicked magician, set fire to Moscow and then saved it all in a single night. Do you think she will consent to disappear, for the price of a dowry- for any price? Do you know my sister??? It is seldom that the third book of a trilogy ...

    Do-do-do-do-do ... so I fought back and forth with this book the whole read. I was bored a lot during the first 40%, then things got interesting, then I got bored again, then things were magnanimous. But, Frost Demon, you make every scene you are in worth reading. I seriously think I w...

    Katherine Arden completes the wonder that is the stellar Winternight trilogy, and leaves me in pieces, distraught with a deep sense of loss that this is the end. This is epic storytelling as it begins with the ashes of Moskva and a traumatised people susceptible to the charismatic prie...

    "There is nothing but power in this world. People are divided into those who have it and those who have it not. Which will you be....." There is a lot of power in the final book of the Winternight Trilogy. This book starts off where The Girl in the Tower ends. If you have not read t...

    I adored this beyond measure. I am a huge fan of this trilogy, have been ever since reading the very first chapter of the first book. I was both super excited and a bit apprehensive before reading this book ? but I didn?t have to worry because Katherine Arden absolutely sticks t...

    5***** ?I have plucked snowdrops at Midwinter, died at my own choosing, and wept for a nightingale. Now I am beyond prophecy.? Enchanting ! More action packed than the other two books but still maintains all of its magical elements and folklore. This book picks up straight ...

    1-12-19 So I?ve sung this trilogy?s praises since THE BEAR AND THE NIGHTINGALE and I will continue to declare my love for these books. Where do I start? I was bawling my eyes out in the first 30 pages and couldn?t stop for a good twenty minutes. The action scenes are engaging...

    **Review is posted here on my blog** Real rating: 4.5 stars Who is to say, in the end, that the three guardians of Russia are not a witch, a frost-demon, and a chaos-spirit? I find it fitting. -Katherine Arden, The Winter of the Witch I am sitting in front of a window, watching s...

    5 stars! I feel like this is a non-review because it was so hard to write and pinpoint the experience of reading this book and series. In short, I absolutely loved it. Wow, this book. If you are a fan of this series, it?s one you just have to jump into; don?t read reviews. E...

    I realize it's only January, but I predict this will be one of my favorite books I read this year. This trilogy, what can I say about it without spoiling anything for those who have not read it yet? Well, if you took some Russian history and folklore, some historical misogyny and relig...

    ? 3 1/2 stars ?I have plucked snowdrops at Midwinter, died at my own choosing, and wept for a nightingale. Now I am beyond prophecy.? I?ve been pondering over how to review The Winter of the Witch for the longest time, and I simply couldn?t find the right words, or th...

  • jessica
    Jan 21, 2019

    There are seven wonders in the world, and this book is all of them. The experience of reading The Winter of the Witch is something akin to being surrounded by magic. Yet, those are still such pale, passive words for what this story was. After the wonder and elation of reading this ...

    ?Beware the forest,? she added, following Vasya to the door. ?It does not take kindly to strangers.? It's over ?. But it was most definitely a beautiful and fitting ending. I've owned this book since it released on January 8, but I've been reluctant to start it. Partly...

    ARC given to me by my amazingly kind friend, who I don't deserve, but who has made my entire year - Lilly at Lair of Books! 1.) The Bear and the Nightingale ????? 2.) The Girl in the Tower ????? ?I have plucked snowdrops at Midwinter, died at my own cho...

    You know that feeling when you find a book that speaks to some deep part of your soul and you just want to shout: ?THIS is why I read!?? This folkloric trilogy has become that for me, reminding me of all the reasons why I love literature. It?s not a secret that I loved...

    it has been said that those who do not believe in magic will never find it, and this book is physical proof that magic does exist. every page, every word, every letter made its way into my heart, which began to beat in a steady and strong rhythm of ?i believe, i believe, i believ...

  • Zoeytron
    Feb 10, 2019

    There are seven wonders in the world, and this book is all of them. The experience of reading The Winter of the Witch is something akin to being surrounded by magic. Yet, those are still such pale, passive words for what this story was. After the wonder and elation of reading this ...

    ?Beware the forest,? she added, following Vasya to the door. ?It does not take kindly to strangers.? It's over ?. But it was most definitely a beautiful and fitting ending. I've owned this book since it released on January 8, but I've been reluctant to start it. Partly...

    ARC given to me by my amazingly kind friend, who I don't deserve, but who has made my entire year - Lilly at Lair of Books! 1.) The Bear and the Nightingale ????? 2.) The Girl in the Tower ????? ?I have plucked snowdrops at Midwinter, died at my own cho...

    You know that feeling when you find a book that speaks to some deep part of your soul and you just want to shout: ?THIS is why I read!?? This folkloric trilogy has become that for me, reminding me of all the reasons why I love literature. It?s not a secret that I loved...

    it has been said that those who do not believe in magic will never find it, and this book is physical proof that magic does exist. every page, every word, every letter made its way into my heart, which began to beat in a steady and strong rhythm of ?i believe, i believe, i believ...

    A truly satisfying end to a splendid series. Review to come ...

    ALL THE STARS AND MORE. Russian firebird Review first posted on Fantasy Literature: Medieval Russia comes to life in Katherine Arden?s WINTERNIGHT TRILOGY, which began in Lesnaya Zemlya, a small village in northern Rus? in The Bear and the Nightingale and continued in T...

    ??Yesterday she saved your life, slew a wicked magician, set fire to Moscow and then saved it all in a single night. Do you think she will consent to disappear, for the price of a dowry- for any price? Do you know my sister??? It is seldom that the third book of a trilogy ...

    Do-do-do-do-do ... so I fought back and forth with this book the whole read. I was bored a lot during the first 40%, then things got interesting, then I got bored again, then things were magnanimous. But, Frost Demon, you make every scene you are in worth reading. I seriously think I w...

    Katherine Arden completes the wonder that is the stellar Winternight trilogy, and leaves me in pieces, distraught with a deep sense of loss that this is the end. This is epic storytelling as it begins with the ashes of Moskva and a traumatised people susceptible to the charismatic prie...

    "There is nothing but power in this world. People are divided into those who have it and those who have it not. Which will you be....." There is a lot of power in the final book of the Winternight Trilogy. This book starts off where The Girl in the Tower ends. If you have not read t...

    I adored this beyond measure. I am a huge fan of this trilogy, have been ever since reading the very first chapter of the first book. I was both super excited and a bit apprehensive before reading this book ? but I didn?t have to worry because Katherine Arden absolutely sticks t...

    5***** ?I have plucked snowdrops at Midwinter, died at my own choosing, and wept for a nightingale. Now I am beyond prophecy.? Enchanting ! More action packed than the other two books but still maintains all of its magical elements and folklore. This book picks up straight ...

    1-12-19 So I?ve sung this trilogy?s praises since THE BEAR AND THE NIGHTINGALE and I will continue to declare my love for these books. Where do I start? I was bawling my eyes out in the first 30 pages and couldn?t stop for a good twenty minutes. The action scenes are engaging...

    **Review is posted here on my blog** Real rating: 4.5 stars Who is to say, in the end, that the three guardians of Russia are not a witch, a frost-demon, and a chaos-spirit? I find it fitting. -Katherine Arden, The Winter of the Witch I am sitting in front of a window, watching s...

    5 stars! I feel like this is a non-review because it was so hard to write and pinpoint the experience of reading this book and series. In short, I absolutely loved it. Wow, this book. If you are a fan of this series, it?s one you just have to jump into; don?t read reviews. E...

    I realize it's only January, but I predict this will be one of my favorite books I read this year. This trilogy, what can I say about it without spoiling anything for those who have not read it yet? Well, if you took some Russian history and folklore, some historical misogyny and relig...

    ? 3 1/2 stars ?I have plucked snowdrops at Midwinter, died at my own choosing, and wept for a nightingale. Now I am beyond prophecy.? I?ve been pondering over how to review The Winter of the Witch for the longest time, and I simply couldn?t find the right words, or th...

    Gosh, I love this trilogy. It's seriously one of my all time favorites and it 100% takes you somewhere else...to a winter-steeped land, where the frost grows like flowers, and it's cold but you're full of warmth. Arden has created something lyrical, epic, full of midnight roads, sly-ey...

    I swear this series has the most beautiful covers ever. ...

    Copy furnished by Net Galley for the price of a review. The bear has awakened, and the dead are beginning to walk. A horse of fire, a laughing skeleton, a shadow of claws, and a bird with a woman's face. In the vast realm of Midnight, some shocking family ties are exposed. All...

  • Karen
    Dec 29, 2018

    There are seven wonders in the world, and this book is all of them. The experience of reading The Winter of the Witch is something akin to being surrounded by magic. Yet, those are still such pale, passive words for what this story was. After the wonder and elation of reading this ...

    ?Beware the forest,? she added, following Vasya to the door. ?It does not take kindly to strangers.? It's over ?. But it was most definitely a beautiful and fitting ending. I've owned this book since it released on January 8, but I've been reluctant to start it. Partly...

    ARC given to me by my amazingly kind friend, who I don't deserve, but who has made my entire year - Lilly at Lair of Books! 1.) The Bear and the Nightingale ????? 2.) The Girl in the Tower ????? ?I have plucked snowdrops at Midwinter, died at my own cho...

    You know that feeling when you find a book that speaks to some deep part of your soul and you just want to shout: ?THIS is why I read!?? This folkloric trilogy has become that for me, reminding me of all the reasons why I love literature. It?s not a secret that I loved...

    it has been said that those who do not believe in magic will never find it, and this book is physical proof that magic does exist. every page, every word, every letter made its way into my heart, which began to beat in a steady and strong rhythm of ?i believe, i believe, i believ...

    A truly satisfying end to a splendid series. Review to come ...

    ALL THE STARS AND MORE. Russian firebird Review first posted on Fantasy Literature: Medieval Russia comes to life in Katherine Arden?s WINTERNIGHT TRILOGY, which began in Lesnaya Zemlya, a small village in northern Rus? in The Bear and the Nightingale and continued in T...

    ??Yesterday she saved your life, slew a wicked magician, set fire to Moscow and then saved it all in a single night. Do you think she will consent to disappear, for the price of a dowry- for any price? Do you know my sister??? It is seldom that the third book of a trilogy ...

    Do-do-do-do-do ... so I fought back and forth with this book the whole read. I was bored a lot during the first 40%, then things got interesting, then I got bored again, then things were magnanimous. But, Frost Demon, you make every scene you are in worth reading. I seriously think I w...

    Katherine Arden completes the wonder that is the stellar Winternight trilogy, and leaves me in pieces, distraught with a deep sense of loss that this is the end. This is epic storytelling as it begins with the ashes of Moskva and a traumatised people susceptible to the charismatic prie...

    "There is nothing but power in this world. People are divided into those who have it and those who have it not. Which will you be....." There is a lot of power in the final book of the Winternight Trilogy. This book starts off where The Girl in the Tower ends. If you have not read t...

    I adored this beyond measure. I am a huge fan of this trilogy, have been ever since reading the very first chapter of the first book. I was both super excited and a bit apprehensive before reading this book ? but I didn?t have to worry because Katherine Arden absolutely sticks t...

    5***** ?I have plucked snowdrops at Midwinter, died at my own choosing, and wept for a nightingale. Now I am beyond prophecy.? Enchanting ! More action packed than the other two books but still maintains all of its magical elements and folklore. This book picks up straight ...

    1-12-19 So I?ve sung this trilogy?s praises since THE BEAR AND THE NIGHTINGALE and I will continue to declare my love for these books. Where do I start? I was bawling my eyes out in the first 30 pages and couldn?t stop for a good twenty minutes. The action scenes are engaging...

    **Review is posted here on my blog** Real rating: 4.5 stars Who is to say, in the end, that the three guardians of Russia are not a witch, a frost-demon, and a chaos-spirit? I find it fitting. -Katherine Arden, The Winter of the Witch I am sitting in front of a window, watching s...

    5 stars! I feel like this is a non-review because it was so hard to write and pinpoint the experience of reading this book and series. In short, I absolutely loved it. Wow, this book. If you are a fan of this series, it?s one you just have to jump into; don?t read reviews. E...

    I realize it's only January, but I predict this will be one of my favorite books I read this year. This trilogy, what can I say about it without spoiling anything for those who have not read it yet? Well, if you took some Russian history and folklore, some historical misogyny and relig...

    ? 3 1/2 stars ?I have plucked snowdrops at Midwinter, died at my own choosing, and wept for a nightingale. Now I am beyond prophecy.? I?ve been pondering over how to review The Winter of the Witch for the longest time, and I simply couldn?t find the right words, or th...

    Gosh, I love this trilogy. It's seriously one of my all time favorites and it 100% takes you somewhere else...to a winter-steeped land, where the frost grows like flowers, and it's cold but you're full of warmth. Arden has created something lyrical, epic, full of midnight roads, sly-ey...

    I swear this series has the most beautiful covers ever. ...

    Copy furnished by Net Galley for the price of a review. The bear has awakened, and the dead are beginning to walk. A horse of fire, a laughing skeleton, a shadow of claws, and a bird with a woman's face. In the vast realm of Midnight, some shocking family ties are exposed. All...

    ?Come with me, Snegurochka. I know a house in a winter forest.? Furthest Things I've Learned in 2019 Thus Far: ?I am utterly destroyed by this series. ?I need Morozko to come help me bang out the feelings I have after finishing this amazing and epic story. So many F E E ...

    This was one of the most beautiful trilogies with Russian history with a heroine to love. All the male and female characters are strong - be it good or evil. Wonderful storytelling....folklore- myth- rich Russian history ... magical - mystical - sparkling prose - with a powerful wis...

    ??There will be snowdrops along the way,? said Vasya.? -- The Girl in the Tower, by Katherine Arden In January of 2017, Katherine Arden introduced us to Vasya (Vasilisa) in the first book in this Winternight Trilogy, with The Bear and the Nightingale, and followed up in ...

    A wonderful finale to this excellent trilogy. Katherine Arden excels at world building and the book lives and breathes old Russia, its weather, its way of life and its beliefs. All those wonderful house spirits and Chyerti who existed only as long as the people believed. And the go...

    This Russian Fairytale-like Winternight Trilogy has brought me such enjoyment the past three winters, I?m sad that it has come to an end! So much real Russian history with the added elements of demons and mythical creatures just took me over in The Bear and The Nightingale (my favori...

  • Eryn
    Jan 25, 2019

    There are seven wonders in the world, and this book is all of them. The experience of reading The Winter of the Witch is something akin to being surrounded by magic. Yet, those are still such pale, passive words for what this story was. After the wonder and elation of reading this ...

    ?Beware the forest,? she added, following Vasya to the door. ?It does not take kindly to strangers.? It's over ?. But it was most definitely a beautiful and fitting ending. I've owned this book since it released on January 8, but I've been reluctant to start it. Partly...

    ARC given to me by my amazingly kind friend, who I don't deserve, but who has made my entire year - Lilly at Lair of Books! 1.) The Bear and the Nightingale ????? 2.) The Girl in the Tower ????? ?I have plucked snowdrops at Midwinter, died at my own cho...

    You know that feeling when you find a book that speaks to some deep part of your soul and you just want to shout: ?THIS is why I read!?? This folkloric trilogy has become that for me, reminding me of all the reasons why I love literature. It?s not a secret that I loved...

    it has been said that those who do not believe in magic will never find it, and this book is physical proof that magic does exist. every page, every word, every letter made its way into my heart, which began to beat in a steady and strong rhythm of ?i believe, i believe, i believ...

    A truly satisfying end to a splendid series. Review to come ...

    ALL THE STARS AND MORE. Russian firebird Review first posted on Fantasy Literature: Medieval Russia comes to life in Katherine Arden?s WINTERNIGHT TRILOGY, which began in Lesnaya Zemlya, a small village in northern Rus? in The Bear and the Nightingale and continued in T...

    ??Yesterday she saved your life, slew a wicked magician, set fire to Moscow and then saved it all in a single night. Do you think she will consent to disappear, for the price of a dowry- for any price? Do you know my sister??? It is seldom that the third book of a trilogy ...

    Do-do-do-do-do ... so I fought back and forth with this book the whole read. I was bored a lot during the first 40%, then things got interesting, then I got bored again, then things were magnanimous. But, Frost Demon, you make every scene you are in worth reading. I seriously think I w...

    Katherine Arden completes the wonder that is the stellar Winternight trilogy, and leaves me in pieces, distraught with a deep sense of loss that this is the end. This is epic storytelling as it begins with the ashes of Moskva and a traumatised people susceptible to the charismatic prie...

    "There is nothing but power in this world. People are divided into those who have it and those who have it not. Which will you be....." There is a lot of power in the final book of the Winternight Trilogy. This book starts off where The Girl in the Tower ends. If you have not read t...

    I adored this beyond measure. I am a huge fan of this trilogy, have been ever since reading the very first chapter of the first book. I was both super excited and a bit apprehensive before reading this book ? but I didn?t have to worry because Katherine Arden absolutely sticks t...

    5***** ?I have plucked snowdrops at Midwinter, died at my own choosing, and wept for a nightingale. Now I am beyond prophecy.? Enchanting ! More action packed than the other two books but still maintains all of its magical elements and folklore. This book picks up straight ...

    1-12-19 So I?ve sung this trilogy?s praises since THE BEAR AND THE NIGHTINGALE and I will continue to declare my love for these books. Where do I start? I was bawling my eyes out in the first 30 pages and couldn?t stop for a good twenty minutes. The action scenes are engaging...

    **Review is posted here on my blog** Real rating: 4.5 stars Who is to say, in the end, that the three guardians of Russia are not a witch, a frost-demon, and a chaos-spirit? I find it fitting. -Katherine Arden, The Winter of the Witch I am sitting in front of a window, watching s...

    5 stars! I feel like this is a non-review because it was so hard to write and pinpoint the experience of reading this book and series. In short, I absolutely loved it. Wow, this book. If you are a fan of this series, it?s one you just have to jump into; don?t read reviews. E...

    I realize it's only January, but I predict this will be one of my favorite books I read this year. This trilogy, what can I say about it without spoiling anything for those who have not read it yet? Well, if you took some Russian history and folklore, some historical misogyny and relig...

    ? 3 1/2 stars ?I have plucked snowdrops at Midwinter, died at my own choosing, and wept for a nightingale. Now I am beyond prophecy.? I?ve been pondering over how to review The Winter of the Witch for the longest time, and I simply couldn?t find the right words, or th...

    Gosh, I love this trilogy. It's seriously one of my all time favorites and it 100% takes you somewhere else...to a winter-steeped land, where the frost grows like flowers, and it's cold but you're full of warmth. Arden has created something lyrical, epic, full of midnight roads, sly-ey...

    I swear this series has the most beautiful covers ever. ...

    Copy furnished by Net Galley for the price of a review. The bear has awakened, and the dead are beginning to walk. A horse of fire, a laughing skeleton, a shadow of claws, and a bird with a woman's face. In the vast realm of Midnight, some shocking family ties are exposed. All...

    ?Come with me, Snegurochka. I know a house in a winter forest.? Furthest Things I've Learned in 2019 Thus Far: ?I am utterly destroyed by this series. ?I need Morozko to come help me bang out the feelings I have after finishing this amazing and epic story. So many F E E ...

    This was one of the most beautiful trilogies with Russian history with a heroine to love. All the male and female characters are strong - be it good or evil. Wonderful storytelling....folklore- myth- rich Russian history ... magical - mystical - sparkling prose - with a powerful wis...

    ??There will be snowdrops along the way,? said Vasya.? -- The Girl in the Tower, by Katherine Arden In January of 2017, Katherine Arden introduced us to Vasya (Vasilisa) in the first book in this Winternight Trilogy, with The Bear and the Nightingale, and followed up in ...

    A wonderful finale to this excellent trilogy. Katherine Arden excels at world building and the book lives and breathes old Russia, its weather, its way of life and its beliefs. All those wonderful house spirits and Chyerti who existed only as long as the people believed. And the go...

    This Russian Fairytale-like Winternight Trilogy has brought me such enjoyment the past three winters, I?m sad that it has come to an end! So much real Russian history with the added elements of demons and mythical creatures just took me over in The Bear and The Nightingale (my favori...

    4 / 5 ~ As a whole, I adored this series. I adored the magic, intrigue, folklore, writing ? However, as a finale to the series, The Winter of the Witch disappointed me a teeny-tiny bit. A four-star rating is still good, definitely; but this novel rates slightly under its predeces...

  • ♆Hayley (TheVillainousReader)
    Jan 21, 2019

    There are seven wonders in the world, and this book is all of them. The experience of reading The Winter of the Witch is something akin to being surrounded by magic. Yet, those are still such pale, passive words for what this story was. After the wonder and elation of reading this ...

    ?Beware the forest,? she added, following Vasya to the door. ?It does not take kindly to strangers.? It's over ?. But it was most definitely a beautiful and fitting ending. I've owned this book since it released on January 8, but I've been reluctant to start it. Partly...

    ARC given to me by my amazingly kind friend, who I don't deserve, but who has made my entire year - Lilly at Lair of Books! 1.) The Bear and the Nightingale ????? 2.) The Girl in the Tower ????? ?I have plucked snowdrops at Midwinter, died at my own cho...

    You know that feeling when you find a book that speaks to some deep part of your soul and you just want to shout: ?THIS is why I read!?? This folkloric trilogy has become that for me, reminding me of all the reasons why I love literature. It?s not a secret that I loved...

    it has been said that those who do not believe in magic will never find it, and this book is physical proof that magic does exist. every page, every word, every letter made its way into my heart, which began to beat in a steady and strong rhythm of ?i believe, i believe, i believ...

    A truly satisfying end to a splendid series. Review to come ...

    ALL THE STARS AND MORE. Russian firebird Review first posted on Fantasy Literature: Medieval Russia comes to life in Katherine Arden?s WINTERNIGHT TRILOGY, which began in Lesnaya Zemlya, a small village in northern Rus? in The Bear and the Nightingale and continued in T...

    ??Yesterday she saved your life, slew a wicked magician, set fire to Moscow and then saved it all in a single night. Do you think she will consent to disappear, for the price of a dowry- for any price? Do you know my sister??? It is seldom that the third book of a trilogy ...

    Do-do-do-do-do ... so I fought back and forth with this book the whole read. I was bored a lot during the first 40%, then things got interesting, then I got bored again, then things were magnanimous. But, Frost Demon, you make every scene you are in worth reading. I seriously think I w...

    Katherine Arden completes the wonder that is the stellar Winternight trilogy, and leaves me in pieces, distraught with a deep sense of loss that this is the end. This is epic storytelling as it begins with the ashes of Moskva and a traumatised people susceptible to the charismatic prie...

    "There is nothing but power in this world. People are divided into those who have it and those who have it not. Which will you be....." There is a lot of power in the final book of the Winternight Trilogy. This book starts off where The Girl in the Tower ends. If you have not read t...

    I adored this beyond measure. I am a huge fan of this trilogy, have been ever since reading the very first chapter of the first book. I was both super excited and a bit apprehensive before reading this book ? but I didn?t have to worry because Katherine Arden absolutely sticks t...

    5***** ?I have plucked snowdrops at Midwinter, died at my own choosing, and wept for a nightingale. Now I am beyond prophecy.? Enchanting ! More action packed than the other two books but still maintains all of its magical elements and folklore. This book picks up straight ...

    1-12-19 So I?ve sung this trilogy?s praises since THE BEAR AND THE NIGHTINGALE and I will continue to declare my love for these books. Where do I start? I was bawling my eyes out in the first 30 pages and couldn?t stop for a good twenty minutes. The action scenes are engaging...

    **Review is posted here on my blog** Real rating: 4.5 stars Who is to say, in the end, that the three guardians of Russia are not a witch, a frost-demon, and a chaos-spirit? I find it fitting. -Katherine Arden, The Winter of the Witch I am sitting in front of a window, watching s...

    5 stars! I feel like this is a non-review because it was so hard to write and pinpoint the experience of reading this book and series. In short, I absolutely loved it. Wow, this book. If you are a fan of this series, it?s one you just have to jump into; don?t read reviews. E...

    I realize it's only January, but I predict this will be one of my favorite books I read this year. This trilogy, what can I say about it without spoiling anything for those who have not read it yet? Well, if you took some Russian history and folklore, some historical misogyny and relig...

    ? 3 1/2 stars ?I have plucked snowdrops at Midwinter, died at my own choosing, and wept for a nightingale. Now I am beyond prophecy.? I?ve been pondering over how to review The Winter of the Witch for the longest time, and I simply couldn?t find the right words, or th...

    Gosh, I love this trilogy. It's seriously one of my all time favorites and it 100% takes you somewhere else...to a winter-steeped land, where the frost grows like flowers, and it's cold but you're full of warmth. Arden has created something lyrical, epic, full of midnight roads, sly-ey...

    I swear this series has the most beautiful covers ever. ...

    Copy furnished by Net Galley for the price of a review. The bear has awakened, and the dead are beginning to walk. A horse of fire, a laughing skeleton, a shadow of claws, and a bird with a woman's face. In the vast realm of Midnight, some shocking family ties are exposed. All...

    ?Come with me, Snegurochka. I know a house in a winter forest.? Furthest Things I've Learned in 2019 Thus Far: ?I am utterly destroyed by this series. ?I need Morozko to come help me bang out the feelings I have after finishing this amazing and epic story. So many F E E ...

  • Umut Reviews
    Jan 04, 2019

    There are seven wonders in the world, and this book is all of them. The experience of reading The Winter of the Witch is something akin to being surrounded by magic. Yet, those are still such pale, passive words for what this story was. After the wonder and elation of reading this ...

    ?Beware the forest,? she added, following Vasya to the door. ?It does not take kindly to strangers.? It's over ?. But it was most definitely a beautiful and fitting ending. I've owned this book since it released on January 8, but I've been reluctant to start it. Partly...

    ARC given to me by my amazingly kind friend, who I don't deserve, but who has made my entire year - Lilly at Lair of Books! 1.) The Bear and the Nightingale ????? 2.) The Girl in the Tower ????? ?I have plucked snowdrops at Midwinter, died at my own cho...

    You know that feeling when you find a book that speaks to some deep part of your soul and you just want to shout: ?THIS is why I read!?? This folkloric trilogy has become that for me, reminding me of all the reasons why I love literature. It?s not a secret that I loved...

    it has been said that those who do not believe in magic will never find it, and this book is physical proof that magic does exist. every page, every word, every letter made its way into my heart, which began to beat in a steady and strong rhythm of ?i believe, i believe, i believ...

    A truly satisfying end to a splendid series. Review to come ...

    ALL THE STARS AND MORE. Russian firebird Review first posted on Fantasy Literature: Medieval Russia comes to life in Katherine Arden?s WINTERNIGHT TRILOGY, which began in Lesnaya Zemlya, a small village in northern Rus? in The Bear and the Nightingale and continued in T...

    ??Yesterday she saved your life, slew a wicked magician, set fire to Moscow and then saved it all in a single night. Do you think she will consent to disappear, for the price of a dowry- for any price? Do you know my sister??? It is seldom that the third book of a trilogy ...

    Do-do-do-do-do ... so I fought back and forth with this book the whole read. I was bored a lot during the first 40%, then things got interesting, then I got bored again, then things were magnanimous. But, Frost Demon, you make every scene you are in worth reading. I seriously think I w...

    Katherine Arden completes the wonder that is the stellar Winternight trilogy, and leaves me in pieces, distraught with a deep sense of loss that this is the end. This is epic storytelling as it begins with the ashes of Moskva and a traumatised people susceptible to the charismatic prie...

    "There is nothing but power in this world. People are divided into those who have it and those who have it not. Which will you be....." There is a lot of power in the final book of the Winternight Trilogy. This book starts off where The Girl in the Tower ends. If you have not read t...

    I adored this beyond measure. I am a huge fan of this trilogy, have been ever since reading the very first chapter of the first book. I was both super excited and a bit apprehensive before reading this book ? but I didn?t have to worry because Katherine Arden absolutely sticks t...

    5***** ?I have plucked snowdrops at Midwinter, died at my own choosing, and wept for a nightingale. Now I am beyond prophecy.? Enchanting ! More action packed than the other two books but still maintains all of its magical elements and folklore. This book picks up straight ...

    1-12-19 So I?ve sung this trilogy?s praises since THE BEAR AND THE NIGHTINGALE and I will continue to declare my love for these books. Where do I start? I was bawling my eyes out in the first 30 pages and couldn?t stop for a good twenty minutes. The action scenes are engaging...

    **Review is posted here on my blog** Real rating: 4.5 stars Who is to say, in the end, that the three guardians of Russia are not a witch, a frost-demon, and a chaos-spirit? I find it fitting. -Katherine Arden, The Winter of the Witch I am sitting in front of a window, watching s...

    5 stars! I feel like this is a non-review because it was so hard to write and pinpoint the experience of reading this book and series. In short, I absolutely loved it. Wow, this book. If you are a fan of this series, it?s one you just have to jump into; don?t read reviews. E...

    I realize it's only January, but I predict this will be one of my favorite books I read this year. This trilogy, what can I say about it without spoiling anything for those who have not read it yet? Well, if you took some Russian history and folklore, some historical misogyny and relig...

    ? 3 1/2 stars ?I have plucked snowdrops at Midwinter, died at my own choosing, and wept for a nightingale. Now I am beyond prophecy.? I?ve been pondering over how to review The Winter of the Witch for the longest time, and I simply couldn?t find the right words, or th...

    Gosh, I love this trilogy. It's seriously one of my all time favorites and it 100% takes you somewhere else...to a winter-steeped land, where the frost grows like flowers, and it's cold but you're full of warmth. Arden has created something lyrical, epic, full of midnight roads, sly-ey...

    I swear this series has the most beautiful covers ever. ...

    Copy furnished by Net Galley for the price of a review. The bear has awakened, and the dead are beginning to walk. A horse of fire, a laughing skeleton, a shadow of claws, and a bird with a woman's face. In the vast realm of Midnight, some shocking family ties are exposed. All...

    ?Come with me, Snegurochka. I know a house in a winter forest.? Furthest Things I've Learned in 2019 Thus Far: ?I am utterly destroyed by this series. ?I need Morozko to come help me bang out the feelings I have after finishing this amazing and epic story. So many F E E ...

    This was one of the most beautiful trilogies with Russian history with a heroine to love. All the male and female characters are strong - be it good or evil. Wonderful storytelling....folklore- myth- rich Russian history ... magical - mystical - sparkling prose - with a powerful wis...

    ??There will be snowdrops along the way,? said Vasya.? -- The Girl in the Tower, by Katherine Arden In January of 2017, Katherine Arden introduced us to Vasya (Vasilisa) in the first book in this Winternight Trilogy, with The Bear and the Nightingale, and followed up in ...

    A wonderful finale to this excellent trilogy. Katherine Arden excels at world building and the book lives and breathes old Russia, its weather, its way of life and its beliefs. All those wonderful house spirits and Chyerti who existed only as long as the people believed. And the go...

    This Russian Fairytale-like Winternight Trilogy has brought me such enjoyment the past three winters, I?m sad that it has come to an end! So much real Russian history with the added elements of demons and mythical creatures just took me over in The Bear and The Nightingale (my favori...

    4 / 5 ~ As a whole, I adored this series. I adored the magic, intrigue, folklore, writing ? However, as a finale to the series, The Winter of the Witch disappointed me a teeny-tiny bit. A four-star rating is still good, definitely; but this novel rates slightly under its predeces...

    I loved this trilogy and I love Katherine Arden's writing. I would read from her again, anytime. However, this book specifically felt like a forced extension to the story. It was slower than the other books and I didn't feel it flowed naturally. It just didn't grip me. So, I wish i...

  • Roshani Chokshi
    Sep 05, 2018

    There are seven wonders in the world, and this book is all of them. The experience of reading The Winter of the Witch is something akin to being surrounded by magic. Yet, those are still such pale, passive words for what this story was. After the wonder and elation of reading this ...

    ?Beware the forest,? she added, following Vasya to the door. ?It does not take kindly to strangers.? It's over ?. But it was most definitely a beautiful and fitting ending. I've owned this book since it released on January 8, but I've been reluctant to start it. Partly...

    ARC given to me by my amazingly kind friend, who I don't deserve, but who has made my entire year - Lilly at Lair of Books! 1.) The Bear and the Nightingale ????? 2.) The Girl in the Tower ????? ?I have plucked snowdrops at Midwinter, died at my own cho...

    You know that feeling when you find a book that speaks to some deep part of your soul and you just want to shout: ?THIS is why I read!?? This folkloric trilogy has become that for me, reminding me of all the reasons why I love literature. It?s not a secret that I loved...

    it has been said that those who do not believe in magic will never find it, and this book is physical proof that magic does exist. every page, every word, every letter made its way into my heart, which began to beat in a steady and strong rhythm of ?i believe, i believe, i believ...

    A truly satisfying end to a splendid series. Review to come ...

    ALL THE STARS AND MORE. Russian firebird Review first posted on Fantasy Literature: Medieval Russia comes to life in Katherine Arden?s WINTERNIGHT TRILOGY, which began in Lesnaya Zemlya, a small village in northern Rus? in The Bear and the Nightingale and continued in T...

    ??Yesterday she saved your life, slew a wicked magician, set fire to Moscow and then saved it all in a single night. Do you think she will consent to disappear, for the price of a dowry- for any price? Do you know my sister??? It is seldom that the third book of a trilogy ...

    Do-do-do-do-do ... so I fought back and forth with this book the whole read. I was bored a lot during the first 40%, then things got interesting, then I got bored again, then things were magnanimous. But, Frost Demon, you make every scene you are in worth reading. I seriously think I w...

    Katherine Arden completes the wonder that is the stellar Winternight trilogy, and leaves me in pieces, distraught with a deep sense of loss that this is the end. This is epic storytelling as it begins with the ashes of Moskva and a traumatised people susceptible to the charismatic prie...

    "There is nothing but power in this world. People are divided into those who have it and those who have it not. Which will you be....." There is a lot of power in the final book of the Winternight Trilogy. This book starts off where The Girl in the Tower ends. If you have not read t...

    I adored this beyond measure. I am a huge fan of this trilogy, have been ever since reading the very first chapter of the first book. I was both super excited and a bit apprehensive before reading this book ? but I didn?t have to worry because Katherine Arden absolutely sticks t...

    5***** ?I have plucked snowdrops at Midwinter, died at my own choosing, and wept for a nightingale. Now I am beyond prophecy.? Enchanting ! More action packed than the other two books but still maintains all of its magical elements and folklore. This book picks up straight ...

    1-12-19 So I?ve sung this trilogy?s praises since THE BEAR AND THE NIGHTINGALE and I will continue to declare my love for these books. Where do I start? I was bawling my eyes out in the first 30 pages and couldn?t stop for a good twenty minutes. The action scenes are engaging...

    **Review is posted here on my blog** Real rating: 4.5 stars Who is to say, in the end, that the three guardians of Russia are not a witch, a frost-demon, and a chaos-spirit? I find it fitting. -Katherine Arden, The Winter of the Witch I am sitting in front of a window, watching s...

    5 stars! I feel like this is a non-review because it was so hard to write and pinpoint the experience of reading this book and series. In short, I absolutely loved it. Wow, this book. If you are a fan of this series, it?s one you just have to jump into; don?t read reviews. E...

    I realize it's only January, but I predict this will be one of my favorite books I read this year. This trilogy, what can I say about it without spoiling anything for those who have not read it yet? Well, if you took some Russian history and folklore, some historical misogyny and relig...

    ? 3 1/2 stars ?I have plucked snowdrops at Midwinter, died at my own choosing, and wept for a nightingale. Now I am beyond prophecy.? I?ve been pondering over how to review The Winter of the Witch for the longest time, and I simply couldn?t find the right words, or th...

    Gosh, I love this trilogy. It's seriously one of my all time favorites and it 100% takes you somewhere else...to a winter-steeped land, where the frost grows like flowers, and it's cold but you're full of warmth. Arden has created something lyrical, epic, full of midnight roads, sly-ey...

  • Alienor ✘ French Frowner ✘
    Jan 08, 2019

    There are seven wonders in the world, and this book is all of them. The experience of reading The Winter of the Witch is something akin to being surrounded by magic. Yet, those are still such pale, passive words for what this story was. After the wonder and elation of reading this ...

    ?Beware the forest,? she added, following Vasya to the door. ?It does not take kindly to strangers.? It's over ?. But it was most definitely a beautiful and fitting ending. I've owned this book since it released on January 8, but I've been reluctant to start it. Partly...

    ARC given to me by my amazingly kind friend, who I don't deserve, but who has made my entire year - Lilly at Lair of Books! 1.) The Bear and the Nightingale ????? 2.) The Girl in the Tower ????? ?I have plucked snowdrops at Midwinter, died at my own cho...

    You know that feeling when you find a book that speaks to some deep part of your soul and you just want to shout: ?THIS is why I read!?? This folkloric trilogy has become that for me, reminding me of all the reasons why I love literature. It?s not a secret that I loved...

    it has been said that those who do not believe in magic will never find it, and this book is physical proof that magic does exist. every page, every word, every letter made its way into my heart, which began to beat in a steady and strong rhythm of ?i believe, i believe, i believ...

    A truly satisfying end to a splendid series. Review to come ...

    ALL THE STARS AND MORE. Russian firebird Review first posted on Fantasy Literature: Medieval Russia comes to life in Katherine Arden?s WINTERNIGHT TRILOGY, which began in Lesnaya Zemlya, a small village in northern Rus? in The Bear and the Nightingale and continued in T...

    ??Yesterday she saved your life, slew a wicked magician, set fire to Moscow and then saved it all in a single night. Do you think she will consent to disappear, for the price of a dowry- for any price? Do you know my sister??? It is seldom that the third book of a trilogy ...

    Do-do-do-do-do ... so I fought back and forth with this book the whole read. I was bored a lot during the first 40%, then things got interesting, then I got bored again, then things were magnanimous. But, Frost Demon, you make every scene you are in worth reading. I seriously think I w...

    Katherine Arden completes the wonder that is the stellar Winternight trilogy, and leaves me in pieces, distraught with a deep sense of loss that this is the end. This is epic storytelling as it begins with the ashes of Moskva and a traumatised people susceptible to the charismatic prie...

    "There is nothing but power in this world. People are divided into those who have it and those who have it not. Which will you be....." There is a lot of power in the final book of the Winternight Trilogy. This book starts off where The Girl in the Tower ends. If you have not read t...

    I adored this beyond measure. I am a huge fan of this trilogy, have been ever since reading the very first chapter of the first book. I was both super excited and a bit apprehensive before reading this book ? but I didn?t have to worry because Katherine Arden absolutely sticks t...

    5***** ?I have plucked snowdrops at Midwinter, died at my own choosing, and wept for a nightingale. Now I am beyond prophecy.? Enchanting ! More action packed than the other two books but still maintains all of its magical elements and folklore. This book picks up straight ...

    1-12-19 So I?ve sung this trilogy?s praises since THE BEAR AND THE NIGHTINGALE and I will continue to declare my love for these books. Where do I start? I was bawling my eyes out in the first 30 pages and couldn?t stop for a good twenty minutes. The action scenes are engaging...

    **Review is posted here on my blog** Real rating: 4.5 stars Who is to say, in the end, that the three guardians of Russia are not a witch, a frost-demon, and a chaos-spirit? I find it fitting. -Katherine Arden, The Winter of the Witch I am sitting in front of a window, watching s...

    5 stars! I feel like this is a non-review because it was so hard to write and pinpoint the experience of reading this book and series. In short, I absolutely loved it. Wow, this book. If you are a fan of this series, it?s one you just have to jump into; don?t read reviews. E...

    I realize it's only January, but I predict this will be one of my favorite books I read this year. This trilogy, what can I say about it without spoiling anything for those who have not read it yet? Well, if you took some Russian history and folklore, some historical misogyny and relig...

    ? 3 1/2 stars ?I have plucked snowdrops at Midwinter, died at my own choosing, and wept for a nightingale. Now I am beyond prophecy.? I?ve been pondering over how to review The Winter of the Witch for the longest time, and I simply couldn?t find the right words, or th...

    Gosh, I love this trilogy. It's seriously one of my all time favorites and it 100% takes you somewhere else...to a winter-steeped land, where the frost grows like flowers, and it's cold but you're full of warmth. Arden has created something lyrical, epic, full of midnight roads, sly-ey...

    I swear this series has the most beautiful covers ever. ...

    Copy furnished by Net Galley for the price of a review. The bear has awakened, and the dead are beginning to walk. A horse of fire, a laughing skeleton, a shadow of claws, and a bird with a woman's face. In the vast realm of Midnight, some shocking family ties are exposed. All...

    ?Come with me, Snegurochka. I know a house in a winter forest.? Furthest Things I've Learned in 2019 Thus Far: ?I am utterly destroyed by this series. ?I need Morozko to come help me bang out the feelings I have after finishing this amazing and epic story. So many F E E ...

    This was one of the most beautiful trilogies with Russian history with a heroine to love. All the male and female characters are strong - be it good or evil. Wonderful storytelling....folklore- myth- rich Russian history ... magical - mystical - sparkling prose - with a powerful wis...

    ??There will be snowdrops along the way,? said Vasya.? -- The Girl in the Tower, by Katherine Arden In January of 2017, Katherine Arden introduced us to Vasya (Vasilisa) in the first book in this Winternight Trilogy, with The Bear and the Nightingale, and followed up in ...

    A wonderful finale to this excellent trilogy. Katherine Arden excels at world building and the book lives and breathes old Russia, its weather, its way of life and its beliefs. All those wonderful house spirits and Chyerti who existed only as long as the people believed. And the go...

    This Russian Fairytale-like Winternight Trilogy has brought me such enjoyment the past three winters, I?m sad that it has come to an end! So much real Russian history with the added elements of demons and mythical creatures just took me over in The Bear and The Nightingale (my favori...

    4 / 5 ~ As a whole, I adored this series. I adored the magic, intrigue, folklore, writing ? However, as a finale to the series, The Winter of the Witch disappointed me a teeny-tiny bit. A four-star rating is still good, definitely; but this novel rates slightly under its predeces...

    I loved this trilogy and I love Katherine Arden's writing. I would read from her again, anytime. However, this book specifically felt like a forced extension to the story. It was slower than the other books and I didn't feel it flowed naturally. It just didn't grip me. So, I wish i...

    I have so much to say about this book that I?ve been holding back reviewing it until I had time to fully invest myself in my thoughts. I know it?s only March, but I think this is my favourite read of 2019 and it?ll be pretty tough to beat. In the third book of the Winternight...

    How dare Amazon ruin my Professional Procrastination? I was so ready to forget everything I was supposed to do last week and didn't have to do and read it today, but apparently the kindle version won't be out in France until Thursday? I feel ATTACKED. Am I supposed to, what, study? gra...

  • Jennifer ~ TarHeelReader
    Jan 02, 2019

    There are seven wonders in the world, and this book is all of them. The experience of reading The Winter of the Witch is something akin to being surrounded by magic. Yet, those are still such pale, passive words for what this story was. After the wonder and elation of reading this ...

    ?Beware the forest,? she added, following Vasya to the door. ?It does not take kindly to strangers.? It's over ?. But it was most definitely a beautiful and fitting ending. I've owned this book since it released on January 8, but I've been reluctant to start it. Partly...

    ARC given to me by my amazingly kind friend, who I don't deserve, but who has made my entire year - Lilly at Lair of Books! 1.) The Bear and the Nightingale ????? 2.) The Girl in the Tower ????? ?I have plucked snowdrops at Midwinter, died at my own cho...

    You know that feeling when you find a book that speaks to some deep part of your soul and you just want to shout: ?THIS is why I read!?? This folkloric trilogy has become that for me, reminding me of all the reasons why I love literature. It?s not a secret that I loved...

    it has been said that those who do not believe in magic will never find it, and this book is physical proof that magic does exist. every page, every word, every letter made its way into my heart, which began to beat in a steady and strong rhythm of ?i believe, i believe, i believ...

    A truly satisfying end to a splendid series. Review to come ...

    ALL THE STARS AND MORE. Russian firebird Review first posted on Fantasy Literature: Medieval Russia comes to life in Katherine Arden?s WINTERNIGHT TRILOGY, which began in Lesnaya Zemlya, a small village in northern Rus? in The Bear and the Nightingale and continued in T...

    ??Yesterday she saved your life, slew a wicked magician, set fire to Moscow and then saved it all in a single night. Do you think she will consent to disappear, for the price of a dowry- for any price? Do you know my sister??? It is seldom that the third book of a trilogy ...

    Do-do-do-do-do ... so I fought back and forth with this book the whole read. I was bored a lot during the first 40%, then things got interesting, then I got bored again, then things were magnanimous. But, Frost Demon, you make every scene you are in worth reading. I seriously think I w...

    Katherine Arden completes the wonder that is the stellar Winternight trilogy, and leaves me in pieces, distraught with a deep sense of loss that this is the end. This is epic storytelling as it begins with the ashes of Moskva and a traumatised people susceptible to the charismatic prie...

    "There is nothing but power in this world. People are divided into those who have it and those who have it not. Which will you be....." There is a lot of power in the final book of the Winternight Trilogy. This book starts off where The Girl in the Tower ends. If you have not read t...

    I adored this beyond measure. I am a huge fan of this trilogy, have been ever since reading the very first chapter of the first book. I was both super excited and a bit apprehensive before reading this book ? but I didn?t have to worry because Katherine Arden absolutely sticks t...

    5***** ?I have plucked snowdrops at Midwinter, died at my own choosing, and wept for a nightingale. Now I am beyond prophecy.? Enchanting ! More action packed than the other two books but still maintains all of its magical elements and folklore. This book picks up straight ...

    1-12-19 So I?ve sung this trilogy?s praises since THE BEAR AND THE NIGHTINGALE and I will continue to declare my love for these books. Where do I start? I was bawling my eyes out in the first 30 pages and couldn?t stop for a good twenty minutes. The action scenes are engaging...

    **Review is posted here on my blog** Real rating: 4.5 stars Who is to say, in the end, that the three guardians of Russia are not a witch, a frost-demon, and a chaos-spirit? I find it fitting. -Katherine Arden, The Winter of the Witch I am sitting in front of a window, watching s...

    5 stars! I feel like this is a non-review because it was so hard to write and pinpoint the experience of reading this book and series. In short, I absolutely loved it. Wow, this book. If you are a fan of this series, it?s one you just have to jump into; don?t read reviews. E...

  • Candace Robinson
    Nov 26, 2017

    There are seven wonders in the world, and this book is all of them. The experience of reading The Winter of the Witch is something akin to being surrounded by magic. Yet, those are still such pale, passive words for what this story was. After the wonder and elation of reading this ...

    ?Beware the forest,? she added, following Vasya to the door. ?It does not take kindly to strangers.? It's over ?. But it was most definitely a beautiful and fitting ending. I've owned this book since it released on January 8, but I've been reluctant to start it. Partly...

    ARC given to me by my amazingly kind friend, who I don't deserve, but who has made my entire year - Lilly at Lair of Books! 1.) The Bear and the Nightingale ????? 2.) The Girl in the Tower ????? ?I have plucked snowdrops at Midwinter, died at my own cho...

    You know that feeling when you find a book that speaks to some deep part of your soul and you just want to shout: ?THIS is why I read!?? This folkloric trilogy has become that for me, reminding me of all the reasons why I love literature. It?s not a secret that I loved...

    it has been said that those who do not believe in magic will never find it, and this book is physical proof that magic does exist. every page, every word, every letter made its way into my heart, which began to beat in a steady and strong rhythm of ?i believe, i believe, i believ...

    A truly satisfying end to a splendid series. Review to come ...

    ALL THE STARS AND MORE. Russian firebird Review first posted on Fantasy Literature: Medieval Russia comes to life in Katherine Arden?s WINTERNIGHT TRILOGY, which began in Lesnaya Zemlya, a small village in northern Rus? in The Bear and the Nightingale and continued in T...

    ??Yesterday she saved your life, slew a wicked magician, set fire to Moscow and then saved it all in a single night. Do you think she will consent to disappear, for the price of a dowry- for any price? Do you know my sister??? It is seldom that the third book of a trilogy ...

    Do-do-do-do-do ... so I fought back and forth with this book the whole read. I was bored a lot during the first 40%, then things got interesting, then I got bored again, then things were magnanimous. But, Frost Demon, you make every scene you are in worth reading. I seriously think I w...

  • Nick
    Jan 22, 2019

    There are seven wonders in the world, and this book is all of them. The experience of reading The Winter of the Witch is something akin to being surrounded by magic. Yet, those are still such pale, passive words for what this story was. After the wonder and elation of reading this ...

    ?Beware the forest,? she added, following Vasya to the door. ?It does not take kindly to strangers.? It's over ?. But it was most definitely a beautiful and fitting ending. I've owned this book since it released on January 8, but I've been reluctant to start it. Partly...

    ARC given to me by my amazingly kind friend, who I don't deserve, but who has made my entire year - Lilly at Lair of Books! 1.) The Bear and the Nightingale ????? 2.) The Girl in the Tower ????? ?I have plucked snowdrops at Midwinter, died at my own cho...

    You know that feeling when you find a book that speaks to some deep part of your soul and you just want to shout: ?THIS is why I read!?? This folkloric trilogy has become that for me, reminding me of all the reasons why I love literature. It?s not a secret that I loved...

    it has been said that those who do not believe in magic will never find it, and this book is physical proof that magic does exist. every page, every word, every letter made its way into my heart, which began to beat in a steady and strong rhythm of ?i believe, i believe, i believ...

    A truly satisfying end to a splendid series. Review to come ...

    ALL THE STARS AND MORE. Russian firebird Review first posted on Fantasy Literature: Medieval Russia comes to life in Katherine Arden?s WINTERNIGHT TRILOGY, which began in Lesnaya Zemlya, a small village in northern Rus? in The Bear and the Nightingale and continued in T...

    ??Yesterday she saved your life, slew a wicked magician, set fire to Moscow and then saved it all in a single night. Do you think she will consent to disappear, for the price of a dowry- for any price? Do you know my sister??? It is seldom that the third book of a trilogy ...

    Do-do-do-do-do ... so I fought back and forth with this book the whole read. I was bored a lot during the first 40%, then things got interesting, then I got bored again, then things were magnanimous. But, Frost Demon, you make every scene you are in worth reading. I seriously think I w...

    Katherine Arden completes the wonder that is the stellar Winternight trilogy, and leaves me in pieces, distraught with a deep sense of loss that this is the end. This is epic storytelling as it begins with the ashes of Moskva and a traumatised people susceptible to the charismatic prie...

    "There is nothing but power in this world. People are divided into those who have it and those who have it not. Which will you be....." There is a lot of power in the final book of the Winternight Trilogy. This book starts off where The Girl in the Tower ends. If you have not read t...

    I adored this beyond measure. I am a huge fan of this trilogy, have been ever since reading the very first chapter of the first book. I was both super excited and a bit apprehensive before reading this book ? but I didn?t have to worry because Katherine Arden absolutely sticks t...

    5***** ?I have plucked snowdrops at Midwinter, died at my own choosing, and wept for a nightingale. Now I am beyond prophecy.? Enchanting ! More action packed than the other two books but still maintains all of its magical elements and folklore. This book picks up straight ...

    1-12-19 So I?ve sung this trilogy?s praises since THE BEAR AND THE NIGHTINGALE and I will continue to declare my love for these books. Where do I start? I was bawling my eyes out in the first 30 pages and couldn?t stop for a good twenty minutes. The action scenes are engaging...

    **Review is posted here on my blog** Real rating: 4.5 stars Who is to say, in the end, that the three guardians of Russia are not a witch, a frost-demon, and a chaos-spirit? I find it fitting. -Katherine Arden, The Winter of the Witch I am sitting in front of a window, watching s...

    5 stars! I feel like this is a non-review because it was so hard to write and pinpoint the experience of reading this book and series. In short, I absolutely loved it. Wow, this book. If you are a fan of this series, it?s one you just have to jump into; don?t read reviews. E...

    I realize it's only January, but I predict this will be one of my favorite books I read this year. This trilogy, what can I say about it without spoiling anything for those who have not read it yet? Well, if you took some Russian history and folklore, some historical misogyny and relig...

    ? 3 1/2 stars ?I have plucked snowdrops at Midwinter, died at my own choosing, and wept for a nightingale. Now I am beyond prophecy.? I?ve been pondering over how to review The Winter of the Witch for the longest time, and I simply couldn?t find the right words, or th...

    Gosh, I love this trilogy. It's seriously one of my all time favorites and it 100% takes you somewhere else...to a winter-steeped land, where the frost grows like flowers, and it's cold but you're full of warmth. Arden has created something lyrical, epic, full of midnight roads, sly-ey...

    I swear this series has the most beautiful covers ever. ...

  • Paromjit
    Dec 05, 2018

    There are seven wonders in the world, and this book is all of them. The experience of reading The Winter of the Witch is something akin to being surrounded by magic. Yet, those are still such pale, passive words for what this story was. After the wonder and elation of reading this ...

    ?Beware the forest,? she added, following Vasya to the door. ?It does not take kindly to strangers.? It's over ?. But it was most definitely a beautiful and fitting ending. I've owned this book since it released on January 8, but I've been reluctant to start it. Partly...

    ARC given to me by my amazingly kind friend, who I don't deserve, but who has made my entire year - Lilly at Lair of Books! 1.) The Bear and the Nightingale ????? 2.) The Girl in the Tower ????? ?I have plucked snowdrops at Midwinter, died at my own cho...

    You know that feeling when you find a book that speaks to some deep part of your soul and you just want to shout: ?THIS is why I read!?? This folkloric trilogy has become that for me, reminding me of all the reasons why I love literature. It?s not a secret that I loved...

    it has been said that those who do not believe in magic will never find it, and this book is physical proof that magic does exist. every page, every word, every letter made its way into my heart, which began to beat in a steady and strong rhythm of ?i believe, i believe, i believ...

    A truly satisfying end to a splendid series. Review to come ...

    ALL THE STARS AND MORE. Russian firebird Review first posted on Fantasy Literature: Medieval Russia comes to life in Katherine Arden?s WINTERNIGHT TRILOGY, which began in Lesnaya Zemlya, a small village in northern Rus? in The Bear and the Nightingale and continued in T...

    ??Yesterday she saved your life, slew a wicked magician, set fire to Moscow and then saved it all in a single night. Do you think she will consent to disappear, for the price of a dowry- for any price? Do you know my sister??? It is seldom that the third book of a trilogy ...

    Do-do-do-do-do ... so I fought back and forth with this book the whole read. I was bored a lot during the first 40%, then things got interesting, then I got bored again, then things were magnanimous. But, Frost Demon, you make every scene you are in worth reading. I seriously think I w...

    Katherine Arden completes the wonder that is the stellar Winternight trilogy, and leaves me in pieces, distraught with a deep sense of loss that this is the end. This is epic storytelling as it begins with the ashes of Moskva and a traumatised people susceptible to the charismatic prie...

  • Hannah
    Jan 08, 2019

    There are seven wonders in the world, and this book is all of them. The experience of reading The Winter of the Witch is something akin to being surrounded by magic. Yet, those are still such pale, passive words for what this story was. After the wonder and elation of reading this ...

    ?Beware the forest,? she added, following Vasya to the door. ?It does not take kindly to strangers.? It's over ?. But it was most definitely a beautiful and fitting ending. I've owned this book since it released on January 8, but I've been reluctant to start it. Partly...

    ARC given to me by my amazingly kind friend, who I don't deserve, but who has made my entire year - Lilly at Lair of Books! 1.) The Bear and the Nightingale ????? 2.) The Girl in the Tower ????? ?I have plucked snowdrops at Midwinter, died at my own cho...

    You know that feeling when you find a book that speaks to some deep part of your soul and you just want to shout: ?THIS is why I read!?? This folkloric trilogy has become that for me, reminding me of all the reasons why I love literature. It?s not a secret that I loved...

    it has been said that those who do not believe in magic will never find it, and this book is physical proof that magic does exist. every page, every word, every letter made its way into my heart, which began to beat in a steady and strong rhythm of ?i believe, i believe, i believ...

    A truly satisfying end to a splendid series. Review to come ...

    ALL THE STARS AND MORE. Russian firebird Review first posted on Fantasy Literature: Medieval Russia comes to life in Katherine Arden?s WINTERNIGHT TRILOGY, which began in Lesnaya Zemlya, a small village in northern Rus? in The Bear and the Nightingale and continued in T...

    ??Yesterday she saved your life, slew a wicked magician, set fire to Moscow and then saved it all in a single night. Do you think she will consent to disappear, for the price of a dowry- for any price? Do you know my sister??? It is seldom that the third book of a trilogy ...

    Do-do-do-do-do ... so I fought back and forth with this book the whole read. I was bored a lot during the first 40%, then things got interesting, then I got bored again, then things were magnanimous. But, Frost Demon, you make every scene you are in worth reading. I seriously think I w...

    Katherine Arden completes the wonder that is the stellar Winternight trilogy, and leaves me in pieces, distraught with a deep sense of loss that this is the end. This is epic storytelling as it begins with the ashes of Moskva and a traumatised people susceptible to the charismatic prie...

    "There is nothing but power in this world. People are divided into those who have it and those who have it not. Which will you be....." There is a lot of power in the final book of the Winternight Trilogy. This book starts off where The Girl in the Tower ends. If you have not read t...

    I adored this beyond measure. I am a huge fan of this trilogy, have been ever since reading the very first chapter of the first book. I was both super excited and a bit apprehensive before reading this book ? but I didn?t have to worry because Katherine Arden absolutely sticks t...

  • شيماء ✨
    Jan 08, 2019

    There are seven wonders in the world, and this book is all of them. The experience of reading The Winter of the Witch is something akin to being surrounded by magic. Yet, those are still such pale, passive words for what this story was. After the wonder and elation of reading this ...

  • Amalia Gavea
    Jan 06, 2019

    There are seven wonders in the world, and this book is all of them. The experience of reading The Winter of the Witch is something akin to being surrounded by magic. Yet, those are still such pale, passive words for what this story was. After the wonder and elation of reading this ...

    ?Beware the forest,? she added, following Vasya to the door. ?It does not take kindly to strangers.? It's over ?. But it was most definitely a beautiful and fitting ending. I've owned this book since it released on January 8, but I've been reluctant to start it. Partly...

    ARC given to me by my amazingly kind friend, who I don't deserve, but who has made my entire year - Lilly at Lair of Books! 1.) The Bear and the Nightingale ????? 2.) The Girl in the Tower ????? ?I have plucked snowdrops at Midwinter, died at my own cho...

    You know that feeling when you find a book that speaks to some deep part of your soul and you just want to shout: ?THIS is why I read!?? This folkloric trilogy has become that for me, reminding me of all the reasons why I love literature. It?s not a secret that I loved...

    it has been said that those who do not believe in magic will never find it, and this book is physical proof that magic does exist. every page, every word, every letter made its way into my heart, which began to beat in a steady and strong rhythm of ?i believe, i believe, i believ...

    A truly satisfying end to a splendid series. Review to come ...

    ALL THE STARS AND MORE. Russian firebird Review first posted on Fantasy Literature: Medieval Russia comes to life in Katherine Arden?s WINTERNIGHT TRILOGY, which began in Lesnaya Zemlya, a small village in northern Rus? in The Bear and the Nightingale and continued in T...

    ??Yesterday she saved your life, slew a wicked magician, set fire to Moscow and then saved it all in a single night. Do you think she will consent to disappear, for the price of a dowry- for any price? Do you know my sister??? It is seldom that the third book of a trilogy ...

  • Miranda Reads
    Mar 15, 2019

    There are seven wonders in the world, and this book is all of them. The experience of reading The Winter of the Witch is something akin to being surrounded by magic. Yet, those are still such pale, passive words for what this story was. After the wonder and elation of reading this ...

    ?Beware the forest,? she added, following Vasya to the door. ?It does not take kindly to strangers.? It's over ?. But it was most definitely a beautiful and fitting ending. I've owned this book since it released on January 8, but I've been reluctant to start it. Partly...

    ARC given to me by my amazingly kind friend, who I don't deserve, but who has made my entire year - Lilly at Lair of Books! 1.) The Bear and the Nightingale ????? 2.) The Girl in the Tower ????? ?I have plucked snowdrops at Midwinter, died at my own cho...

    You know that feeling when you find a book that speaks to some deep part of your soul and you just want to shout: ?THIS is why I read!?? This folkloric trilogy has become that for me, reminding me of all the reasons why I love literature. It?s not a secret that I loved...

    it has been said that those who do not believe in magic will never find it, and this book is physical proof that magic does exist. every page, every word, every letter made its way into my heart, which began to beat in a steady and strong rhythm of ?i believe, i believe, i believ...

    A truly satisfying end to a splendid series. Review to come ...

  • Lucy Langford
    Mar 01, 2019

    There are seven wonders in the world, and this book is all of them. The experience of reading The Winter of the Witch is something akin to being surrounded by magic. Yet, those are still such pale, passive words for what this story was. After the wonder and elation of reading this ...

    ?Beware the forest,? she added, following Vasya to the door. ?It does not take kindly to strangers.? It's over ?. But it was most definitely a beautiful and fitting ending. I've owned this book since it released on January 8, but I've been reluctant to start it. Partly...

    ARC given to me by my amazingly kind friend, who I don't deserve, but who has made my entire year - Lilly at Lair of Books! 1.) The Bear and the Nightingale ????? 2.) The Girl in the Tower ????? ?I have plucked snowdrops at Midwinter, died at my own cho...

    You know that feeling when you find a book that speaks to some deep part of your soul and you just want to shout: ?THIS is why I read!?? This folkloric trilogy has become that for me, reminding me of all the reasons why I love literature. It?s not a secret that I loved...

    it has been said that those who do not believe in magic will never find it, and this book is physical proof that magic does exist. every page, every word, every letter made its way into my heart, which began to beat in a steady and strong rhythm of ?i believe, i believe, i believ...

    A truly satisfying end to a splendid series. Review to come ...

    ALL THE STARS AND MORE. Russian firebird Review first posted on Fantasy Literature: Medieval Russia comes to life in Katherine Arden?s WINTERNIGHT TRILOGY, which began in Lesnaya Zemlya, a small village in northern Rus? in The Bear and the Nightingale and continued in T...

    ??Yesterday she saved your life, slew a wicked magician, set fire to Moscow and then saved it all in a single night. Do you think she will consent to disappear, for the price of a dowry- for any price? Do you know my sister??? It is seldom that the third book of a trilogy ...

    Do-do-do-do-do ... so I fought back and forth with this book the whole read. I was bored a lot during the first 40%, then things got interesting, then I got bored again, then things were magnanimous. But, Frost Demon, you make every scene you are in worth reading. I seriously think I w...

    Katherine Arden completes the wonder that is the stellar Winternight trilogy, and leaves me in pieces, distraught with a deep sense of loss that this is the end. This is epic storytelling as it begins with the ashes of Moskva and a traumatised people susceptible to the charismatic prie...

    "There is nothing but power in this world. People are divided into those who have it and those who have it not. Which will you be....." There is a lot of power in the final book of the Winternight Trilogy. This book starts off where The Girl in the Tower ends. If you have not read t...

    I adored this beyond measure. I am a huge fan of this trilogy, have been ever since reading the very first chapter of the first book. I was both super excited and a bit apprehensive before reading this book ? but I didn?t have to worry because Katherine Arden absolutely sticks t...

    5***** ?I have plucked snowdrops at Midwinter, died at my own choosing, and wept for a nightingale. Now I am beyond prophecy.? Enchanting ! More action packed than the other two books but still maintains all of its magical elements and folklore. This book picks up straight ...