Endless Winter

Endless Winter

Endless Winter Imagine falling in love for the first time the adrenaline the flutters Now imagine being told you had to have a baby with somebody else Trapped in an unfamiliar room with no way out Anais has no id

  • Title: Endless Winter
  • Author: J.A. Armitage
  • ISBN: 9781494914103
  • Page: 161
  • Format: Paperback
  • Imagine falling in love for the first time, the adrenaline, the flutters Now imagine being told you had to have a baby with somebody else Trapped in an unfamiliar room with no way out, Anais has no idea just how much her life is just about to change A locked door stands between her and freedom but as she is just about to find out, the door is the least of her problemsImagine falling in love for the first time, the adrenaline, the flutters Now imagine being told you had to have a baby with somebody else Trapped in an unfamiliar room with no way out, Anais has no idea just how much her life is just about to change A locked door stands between her and freedom but as she is just about to find out, the door is the least of her problems A story of first love, of adventure, and of a race to save the lives of everyone on the planet.

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    4,25 starsImagine falling in love for the first time, the flutters and the adrenaline. You are an orphan, an outcast a prisoner in a room not knowing when you come out of it. In short two outer points of view in one moment.Reading this book is like reading a rollarcoaster. I can see the point of view Anais quit well in this first book about the Guardians of the Light. The opening felt as if it was a bit unbilievable. But the story keeps building up! There are a lot of characters involved in this [...]

    Endless Winter by J.A. Armitage is a fantastical story with a ton of twists and turns. The book is well written, interesting and completely original. I never knew what was coming next in the story, and found myself quite surprised.The story begins as Anais is locked in a dark room, and she has no idea how she got there. PANIC TIME! There is no door knob, no sound and no light. She is trapped in this room for days, somehow dinner appears, but she cannot figure out how someone got in the room with [...]

    In one of those universal fears we all experience at some stagem the novel begins with Anais awakening in a bed not her own, despite distinctly remembering going to bed in it. That in itself was only the start to the rising panic that accompanies working out the door to the unknown room has no handle to open it. Devoid of everything but the single bed she awoke in, the pitch blackness and her missing memories begin to give rise to an increasing claustrophobia. The contrast between the sheer happ [...]

    FantasticAbsolutely fantastic! The way the author uses words to describe things in the beginning of the story where the character is in the dark and can not see is so amazing. It engages all of your senses and you can literally visualize yourself in that pitch black room. Then the relationship that is forged and the friendships that are made are developed so spectacularly every twist and turn in the plot is just brilliantly written and developed from start to finish. I can not wait to read the n [...]

    thank you for letting me read and reviewI thought the ok was gooda great book for a great series I cant wait o read te restI have a few quistoins I need answers toI enjoyed getting to know the chatcers in the story

    From what I see this book is amazing and I can't wait for the chance to hold it and read it. Love it

    Warning Spoilers ahead, although how this could be spoiled even more I don't knowDear gods, where to start- 600 years old, and they have learned NOTHING. They still act like petulant highschoolers.- Anais, for being smart, is so incredibly STUPID. Someone takes pictures of their using a bypass around the estate security, and does she tell or warn anyone? No. What does Anais do in the first third of a book? Takes a Bath and has a snowball fight. When she has information or questions, what does sh [...]

    Eternal lifeIn a potion. Created to cure ailments over 600 years ago And then the plague hit and a potion they swore never to use became their life saver. Great storyline. Great twists and turns. I look forward to reading more in this series.

    Very goodI wasn't really sure what to expect from this book as I've never read a book from this author before but I was very impressed. I'm really enjoying the characters and the budding romance as well as the world building.

    Great storyI truly enjoys the storyline and characters. It is very well written and leaves you wanting to know all about this group.

    I enjoyed the book and the twist on the story. I did struggle a little in the middle keeping two of the characters separate in my mind. I look forward to more of JA Armitage's stories.

    This book was set in England. The start alone already had my heart racing. Like Anais confused, shocked and disoriented, I too felt like I was kidnapped and imprisoned in that room with her. It was a very stupefying start of a very interesting story. I liked how the author had me caught me unaware, right in the first chapter. Not knowing where the story will take me but none the less, believing that this should lead to more amazing revelations that will blow me away.As I said, I could not make o [...]

    I received a free copy of this book to read for Inked Rainbow Reads in exchange for an honest review.While I enjoyed the plot idea and overall concept of this book, it was very hard to get into. The first several chapters proved to be an overload of telling over showing and that trend didn’t lighten over the rest of the book. There were several sections I believe could have used some form of dialog to break up the long stretches of tell, tell, tell. While the characters weren’t totally flat [...]

    Four Stars: fantasyI was sent this book by Inked Rainbow Reads in exchange for an honest review.Reading this book could be likened to riding a roller coaster. It starts of full of excitement, which gets the reader hooked, then builds up the excitement and as it almost nears a peak it slows down. The opening chapter really was fascinating but then I began to feel as if things were getting just a little unbelievable. However, obviously J A Armitage is a very talented author because just as you beg [...]

    At first it was a little hard to follow. Anais is in a dark room and can't figure out how to turn on the light, but she is a great puzzle solver and couldn't figure out to look in the middle of the room for a cord to turn on a light that way. Anais talks to Aethalu about her parents and she breaks down as if she didn't know what happened to her parents and later in the book knew more than Anais. For growing up over 500 years, whether they aged or not, no one seemed to be older than the age they [...]

    The plot itself was fine, it was just painfully slow - pages and pages of description without any action. I had to skim through just to finish the book. The main relationship was sweet. Considering that Andrew and Lulu were hundreds of years old and have seemingly been alone all this time, it is rather a stretch for both to fall in love so incredibly fast at around the same time! ****SPOILERS****Find it hard to believe neither partner had written down the recipe for the elixir. Why have any sort [...]

    This was not very good. The main character is so stupid, despite being described as smart Every time something happens she just goes to sleep and forgets about it. The plot is weak, there's little moving it forward, and the boring mc didn't help. Actually almost all characters were pretty stupid. The most frustrating part for me was when the MC [spoiler] was told to have a baby, while she was 18?19? [/spoiler] and she wasn't even that bothered by it. she accepted it right away, only worrying abo [...]

    Really enjoyed the story and am looking forward to the next book in the series. Got a little annoyed with baby plot and subtle interest in the girlfriend's brother. However, the story engaged me so completely that I forgot to pick my son up from work.

    The story has some flaws.One is the extensive and not really helping description of the manor and its contents.Another is the premise that the people are seven hundred years old. In not one moment of the book is this age recognisable in the actions or conversations.

    I did not like this book. The first few chapters are ridiculously slow and the amount of detail almost painful. By the time I was a quarter through it I could predict the story and lost interest.

    I really enjoyed the story. And really felt the character development was good. Great beginning to a new series.

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