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Praise for Susan Krinard:
“A master of atmosphere and description.”—Library Journal
“A vivid, talented author with a sparkling imagination.”—Anne Stuart, USA Today bestselling author
“Impossible to put down.”—Booklist on Lord of the Beasts
“Krinard's readers will be captivated.”—Publishers Weekly on Touch of the Wolf
“An extraordinary story.”—RT Book Reviews on Secret of the Wolf
You can tell she really want to make this a substantial series, but for me...... it just didn't work.
There were far too many lengthy explanations and narratives to make me feel as though I was involved in the story as actively as I would have liked.
“How…” There was no doubt, no doubt at all, that he was speaking the Old Tongue with the accent of the Alfar.
First of all, I don't get the review on the back cover that claims this book is fast-paced book because it isn't. Nor is it the gripping thriller that same review declares. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Tygerkat
I recently read a book that featured mythic gods and thought this would be another great read. I assumed incorrectly. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Kandice
I would have rated this book about 3.7 stars, but due to a mixture of typographical errors that shouldn't have made it into the final publication, and the overwhelming amount of... Read morePublished 8 months ago by the_goddess_isis
Review courtesy of Dark Faerie Tales
Quick & Dirty: This book just didn’t work for me.
Opening Sentence: ”Just a little further, skatten min,” Mist said,... Read more
In MIST, Susan Krinard dives straight into the thick of Norse mythology by assuming that most readers are somewhat knowledgeable about Ragnarök and the lore surrounding it. Read morePublished 10 months ago by RabidReads
I loved this book. I couldn't put it down and stayed up to finish it. Excited to get the next in the series. Read morePublished 12 months ago by lavon maestas
I just finished reading Mist and I thoroughly enjoyed myself. Mist proves to be one of Krinard's strongest, most complex characters yet and I loved San Francisco as the setting. Read morePublished 12 months ago by C.Lonner
This book was interesting in the way that it merged old mythological tales with modern living. It was entertaining, light reading just what I needed when I picked it.Published 12 months ago by macoffkilter