Hoarfrost (book review)
This is for the audible book version only.
The series just gets better as Ms. Hawk builds the world.
The sixth book of the series is going even better. The gang as we will call them now heads up to Alaska to help Griffon’s newly reconnected brother Joe at the ruins uncovered. The book takes a new tact with writing from Griffon’s perspective almost half the time. I wasn’t sure at first but actually it works out pretty well. I am looking forward to Christine getting the same full treatment, which I am sure is going to happen.
The plot itself is also just gets better. Things come back to haunt Whyborne from prior books, more character development and personality is revealed and new enemies and allies are made.
The only thing that disappointed me about this book was the lack of Christine. She is in it, but unlike the previous book she has a fairly minor role. I do like Griffon’s larger role, but I am not sure if I prefer him to Christine. I suspect the series will become an ensemble cast eventually. It seems like the best way to keep going with the most plots.