Cry of the Icemark, Stuart Hill

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  1. Christopher N. Says:

    Summary: A thirteen year old princess, Thirrin Freer Strong-in-the-Arm Lindenshield, must defend her home kingdom from the destructive force of the Polypontian army that has been ravaging the neighboring kingdoms. Thirrin must get allies that will help battle her enemy and the common enemy of the whole world, General Scorpio Bellorum, captain of the Polypontian army. News heard of the Polypontian Army advancing toward the kingdom of Icemark, Elemenstra Celeste, Basilea of the Hypolitan brings her army of Hypolitan women to aid Thirrin along with Olememnon, Elemenstra’s husband. Thirrins vast army of Snow Leopards, Wolf-Folk, Vampires of the North, and Oskan the Witch’s Son must prepare for the battle against the Polypontian army. As the battle begins to approach, Thirrin must prepare herself for the battle ahead both physically and mentally. As the General approaches with his army of well armed men, will Thirrin be able to hold back the incoming forces of the Polypontian army?

    Analysis: I really loved this book even though I have read it more than once. I just find this book to be classic and something that I can just read over and over again without ever getting tired of the book. The one thing that I would change is how many characters there are in this book because it was really hard to always keep track of how many characters there were in this book, but I must agree that with more characters you can have much a greater book than you have. I would definitely recommend this book because it is not very long and the lettering is just the right size, but also that you can just be so captivated by such a great book. If I were to write any book, I would definitely write a book about fantasy because you can just do any type of story that can have a great ending.

    Rating: 9.5 / 10

    Recommendations: To Kill a Mockingbird, Ender’s Game

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