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This series is doing something damaging to my heart. Again this book takes you on a action pack, heart posing ride that pulls at all the heart strings.
There's so so much good with this book, this series. I'm not going to say much more at this is the third book. But I will say that with each one it get better, better and then epic!
This series is a must read for the year!
Quick Reasons: HOLY FLIPPERS I CANNOT EVEN WITH THAT ENDING; I'm probably just going to screech at you for this entire review, okay?; I cannot deal, I cannot deal, my heart hurts and I absolutely cannot deal; someone, quick, give me book four
---Two angels could not conceive a healthy child, no matter how many times they tried, no matter how close they got. It was what had driven him mad, what had turned him into the beast he'd become, a creature of hatred and vengeance and guilt, no longer a dreamer full of love, but the bringer of nightmares.
He could not have children, so he made monsters instead.---
And I'm sorry, Penguin readers, if you've come here hoping for any semblance of coherency. The truth is, I've been enthralled with this journey from the very first word on the very first page of the very first (or, well, seeing as this is a spin-off I suppose not the VERY first but you know what I mean) book......and it just keeps getting better with each installment! I just cannot even comprehend how Kaitlyn Davis continues to surprise me with every turn; each time I think I know exactly where she's headed, she suddenly changes course and leaves me reeling, and I cannot EVEN begin to explain how much I adore that about her books!
While these characters are fighting to find their way home and to themselves, I was watching, enraptured. The sheer turn-around of my feelings for several of the characters, in fact, was almost a 180 from the way I left the first book. I'm SO completely torn, actually--Kaitlyn Davis has a nasty (and beautiful) habit of making her readers empathize with and feel for every character, even the ones they shouldn't try to redeem. And perhaps there's a reason for this--a very large portion of this book series is spent lurking in shadows, so there's a bit of play happening with all areas gray and shady. Which, honestly, is brilliantly handled in my opinion--with all the devious twists and turns the plot line takes, readers can never be FULLY sure that any of these characters are trust-worthy, lovable, or how they pass themselves off to be. Half the time, readers can't even be sure our MC is reliable--which causes a beautiful amount of second-guessing and deceptive reasoning!
---"Samael," she whispered, voice hoarse. "Don't make this harder than it has to be."
"You've come to kill me, darling," he retorted with a grin. "Was it supposed to be easy?"---
The plot, even three books in, remains thickly-padded and FILLED with tension. If my cup runneth over, Penguins, it runneth over with action and adventure--every moment is a race toward an ending that is, looking in knowing what's happened so far, bound to be absolutely explosive--and I am SO READY, and yet SO NOT at the same time! Despite this, Kaitlyn Davis knows how to weave a story and make it both tangible and abstract--she ties together loose ends even as she's weaving another dozen mysterious rows, and I absolutely adore how obvious it is that she LOVES this world and these characters. She puts a ton of time and love into crafting journeys that readers WANT to chase after--and leaves them coming back for more!
I just... Gahhhh, I need the next book, and I need it like two weeks ago! My poor Penguin heart is all aflutter with the crashing ending I just read, and I cannot even begin to calm the hype in my nerves right now! These characters are dynamic, complex, and so freaking squishable I wish I could reach between the pages with more than my heart. The plot is tragic and gorgeous at turn, and woven with impressive thoroughness. I definitely recommend to lovers of paranormal fantasy, mysterious characters, and a TON of gray space. Stick to the shadows like glue, Penguin friends--there are bigger secrets left to unveil!
Are we really here at the third book already?! I could have sworn I was just finishing up Frost recently and falling totally in love with Pandora and her world. But here we are at Fracture, and boy did things take off in the best way with this installment! If you're interested, you can check out my reviews of Frost and Freeze before diving into this review just in case of spoilers. Better yet, check out the links after my review to pick up Frost for only $0.99!
Fracture is the third book in the Midnight Ice series so I don't want to give away too much about the story for those that haven't yet read Frost or Freeze. But this book picks up relatively close to where the previous one left off with Pandora and Jax hiding out in the conduit town of Sonnyville. They're trying to figure out their next step now that Pandora has found out some hard truths about both herself and her life. Now, she has to figure out how to stay alive and solve the puzzle that surrounds the not-so-mysterious-anymore Sam. Will she be able to end it all and save the world?
This was probably my favorite installment in the series so far because there was so much happening and we're able to dive even deeper into Pandora's world and even her past. One of the things that I was really excited to learn more about was the Titans and their history and Kaitlyn Davis certainly delivered all of that and more. I loved learning their origin story and was definitely caught off guard when I finally got to read about it! Another thing I was eager to read about was more of Sam and Pandora's past and, once again, I got just that. It wasn't what I was expecting and it definitely broke my heart for the two of them, but I liked learning more about both Sam and Pandora's motivations for doing what they did. There was just so much backstory that was brought to light in this book and I couldn't help but absorb every bit of information that I could.
Once again, I read through this in almost no time at all. The plot was fast paced and action packed and you really can just get lost in this world without even realizing it. It's so well-written and enjoyable to read with everything unfolding at a pace that makes it a quick and fun read. Important plot details are delivered in a way that makes you want to continue reading more to find out what happens next and before you know it, you're at the end and are dying for the next book! Fracture really takes things up a notch and has so much packed into its 201 pages that fans of the previous two books will be incredibly satisfied with the story delivered in this third installment.
I still absolutely love Pandora and think that she continues to get better as the series goes on. She's still sassy and the same Pandora that readers will have fallen in love with in book one, but she just keeps growing and evolving into an even more fantastic character. There's so much of her backstory that's explained in Fracture and it definitely contributed to how I felt about her. She's strong and smart and yes, sassy, and probably one of my favorite characters to read about. I love that she just refuses to accept what she's been told and is instead taking charge of her own life and her destiny and basically rewriting things to how she wants them to be. She doesn't take crap from anyone and will definitely call people out when she needs to and I just love that about her. I can't imagine how she could possibly get even better, but I'm so excited to see where she goes in the final book, Shatter!
I also really enjoyed reading more about Sam as well as Jax. Again, there's more backstory introduced that involves Sam and it was great that readers were given more information about him and basically what led him to become the way he is. He's not a prominent character in this book, but he still shows up throughout bringing all of the smoke and mirrors that he's been known for. Jax was a bigger part in this one than he has been in the other books, I feel, and I really loved his character development in Fracture. There was a lot of tension between Pandora and Jax and I was really hoping that things would work themselves out by the end of this book. As much as I liked the idea of Sam and Pandora together (and honestly struggled with liking and not liking Sam throughout this entire book) I think that her and Jax are just so great together. They have such a tumultuous history together, but I absolutely love the way that their characters interact with each other! Their relationship has some pretty serious development in Fracture and after that cliffhanger ending, I'm interested to see how things go for the two of them!
There's just something about the writing in a Kaitlyn Davis book that draws you in and makes you not want to stop. Her writing is just so easy to read and I've found this to be true about every book that I've read by her. It's so descriptive and magical and makes you feel like you're right there with Pandora experiencing everything she's doing. The setting of Sonnyville is a newer one but you really get a great sense of its environment because of how clear the writing is. Everything comes to life from the different locations that Pandora visits to the characters that she interacts with and it's always a treat to get to experience this world through the words of the author. Kaitlyn Davis truly delivers a fantastic follow up that will leave you begging for the fourth and final installment in the series!
Fracture is definitely my favorite installment in the Midnight Ice series so far. With its exhilarating plot, wonderful character development, and magical writing, this series is one you definitely don't want to miss. Be sure to pick up the first book in the series, Frost, and keep going with the sequel, Freeze, then make your way to the most intense book in the Midnight Ice series, Fracture. Trust me, this is one series you want to binge read.
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Author: Kaitlyn Davis
Genre: New Adult, Paranormal
Format: Ebook - ARC
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