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Product Details

  • Series: Women of the Otherworld
  • Mass Market Paperback: 432 pages
  • Publisher: Bantam; Reprint edition (July 27, 2010)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0553589628
  • ISBN-13: 978-0553589627
  • Product Dimensions: 6.9 x 4.4 x 1.2 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 7.2 ounces
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (130 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,108,301 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

Editorial Reviews

From Publishers Weekly

The gripping 10th installment of Armstrong's Women of the Otherworld series returns to one of her most popular werewolves, Elena Michaels (last seen in 2006's Broken). While chasing a gullible Aussie werewolf to warn him about two rogue werewolves who are trying to frame him for half-eating two Pittsburgh humans, Elena and her mate, fellow Pack enforcer and anthropologist Clayton Clay Danvers, follow his trail to Anchorage. Armstrong conveys the beauty of the Alaskan wilderness while the couple investigate more crime scenes featuring more mutilated human corpses. Elena makes a great Alpha-style leader as she holds her own against male beasts and solves the well-crafted mystery. New readers may be baffled by Pack politics, but fans will find this a solid entry in Armstrong's popular series. (Oct.)
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“Highly recommended . . . Armstrong remains at the top of her game with nonstop action and interesting new characters.”—Library Journal
 
“Wonderful . . . difficult to put down and harder to forget.”—Night Owl Romance
 
“Armstrong writes page-turning prose.”—Booklist

Customer Reviews

Finally, Elena and Clay are back!
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Really enjoyed this book and the entire Otherworld series by Kelley Armstrong.
Cay L Watson
This was a great book with lots of action and a good ending.
C. Yanonis

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43 of 46 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer VINE VOICE on September 29, 2009
Format: Hardcover
As a huge fan of the Women of the Otherworld series and even more so a fan of the main character(in this book) Elena, i was very happy after finishing it. In the series the author switches every few books to a new charcter, but they are all associated. My favorite though is when the werewovles are the main storyline. There are also witches, sorcerers, necromancers, vamipres and a few others. The story always progresses with every character even if they are seldom mentioned, you do find them growing and changing.
In this book Elena who is a part time mother of two, wife, and pack spokesperson is given a huge proposition and it troubles her deeply whether she should accept it or not. She has a very dominant husband, the strongest in the pack, and all of the US for that matter. So who should take the biggest job of being pack leader between them? And whomever does ascend, will it effect their relationship?
It wouldn't be an adventure for the werewolves if someone wasn't in grave danger, taking huge risks, and making hasty choices that have you biting all your nails off. If you are a fan of the series you simply cannot pass this book up. Also if you are a fan of authors like richelle mead, jeaniene frost, patricia briggs, charlaine harris, or stephenie meyer then you have to give this series a shot. You will love it, and thankfully you don't have to wait each year for a book to come out. You already get 10 all at once!
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20 of 23 people found the following review helpful By J. Scully on September 29, 2009
Format: Hardcover
Wow! Frostbitten, the 10th novel in the Women of the Otherworld series gets my vote for best novel of the series so far! Frostbitten is told from Elena's point of view, taking us back to our original (and my personal favorite) narrator. The story is set predominantly in Alaska, and features Elena and Clay almost exclusively. We do get to touch base with some of our other much-loved Werewolves, and we also get to meet some fantastic new characters that I hope we'll be seeing more of in future stories.

Right from the first page, Frostbitten is filled with action, intrigue and excitement, and of course... a little bit of romance. (What else would you expect from a book featuring Elena and Clay?) I don't want to give any of the juicy plot away so I'll stop there, but I'm quite sure that fans of the Women of the Otherworld series will love Frostbitten, while fans of supernatural fiction in general, could enjoy it as a great standalone novel as well. Don't miss Frostbitten!
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13 of 15 people found the following review helpful By ChibiNeko VINE VOICE on October 11, 2009
Format: Hardcover
I have to admit that I was less than enthused over the last WOTU book. It was "ok", but that was about it & I sort of wondered if the next book would be an improvement. `Living With the Dead' was interesting, but just felt pale in comparison to the earlier stronger works in the series. Thankfully, `Frostbitten' was a much more enjoyable read.

`Frostbitten' shows a return of Elena as narrator, which is always a good thing- mostly because Elena is easily the most compelling of Armstrong's characters as well as the best constructed. In this book Elena is sent to Alaska after a young rogue mutt- not to kill him, but to warn him that he is in danger of being murdered & framed by two dangerous human killing weres. While she's there, she has to deal with threats both old & new, as her past torments threaten to overwhelm her. And Elena has never had so much to lose.

I really did enjoy this book because like I said, Elena's the main character. She's Armstrong's ace in the hole- it's hard to read an Elena story & NOT like it in one way or another. I liked how this book had Elena dealing with the ghosts & demons of her past, plus I liked the new revelations brought up in the book. I also enjoyed the introduction of several new characters, two of which could later become "fodder" for future books. (One is an absolute definite- you'll know who it is when you read the book.)

Now for the "bad". The book is great, but at times it just really felt like it was more of a novella than a novel- a short story stretched out to book length. The book doesn't overly suffer from this, but at times it just felt like it needed to be a bit meatier.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Tammi on October 10, 2009
Format: Hardcover
I admit that I haven't picked up the last "Otherworld" book by Armstrong. I just really hate the character of Hope. Hate her, hate her, hate her. "Personal Demon" just completely got my panties in a wad. I realize this means I'm probably not the truest Armstrong fan, but it is what it is.

I also admit that Elena and Clay are my absolute favorite characters. I would have read this book if all they did was frolick in the woods in werewolf form. Am I in the minority when I say this couple should be elevated to the level of Clare and Jamie/Eve and Roark? Not only are the paranormal elements of this series diverging into interesting and complex directions, but the family interactions and relationship building that Armstrong continues to hammer out are so satisfying.

I found myself putting the book aside after every chapter just to relish the intricacies of Elena's growth. When you compare where she is in this book to where she was in "Bitten", you can't help but fall further in love with this writer.

I don't want to summarize the plot, because this review is for those who are already familiar with the books and the author. You're going to love this entry in this fabulous world. I don't know if I should say that this is my favorite, since every one that preceded it led to my appreciation of this one. But dang it that's what I want to say; so, enough said.
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