Review: Fire in Frost by Alicia Rades

Author: Alicia Rades
Publisher: PaperPlane Publishing
Publication Date: March 13th 2015
Source: ebook (Xpresso Book Tours)
Rate: 3,5

Crystal Frost has spent her whole life believing she’s ordinary, and her mother has long held the secret of her heritage. When Crystal begins seeing the ghost of a dead classmate, her life spirals out of control. She’s faced with the threat that everyone will find out she’s a freak, as if the struggle to figure out her new-found abilities wasn’t enough pressure. Crystal has to find some way to save the people who have come to her for help all while trying to keep her abilities a secret. Will she be able to fulfill these overwhelming demands while solving the mystery that is the ghost of Olivia Owen?

Crystal is just an average teenager, or so she thinks... When Crystal begins to see the ghost of a dead school classmate she completely freaks out while discovering the secrets that have been kept from her all her life.
While Crystal adjusts to her new life and her new abilities she has to find a way to help the ghost in a quest for justice and safety.
This book is an easy and quick read and I liked it. The elements of the story were great and the characters had great depth while also being relatable. I liked how the author incorporated friendship in the story and I liked the way that this book calls to problems in our society and mainly in young communities, as high schools!
I couldn't give it more than 3,5 roses because I feel that there's a "click" missing in this story, what doesn't mean that I did not enjoy it very much!
I hope this series continues and I sense that with the continuation of the plot this series only will get even better!

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