Ice Wolves (Elementals #1)

Ice Wolves (Elementals #1)

Everyone in Vallen knows that ice wolves and scorch dragons are sworn enemies who live deeply separate lives. So when twelve-year-old orphan Anders takes one elemental form and his twin sister, Rayna, takes another, he wonders whether they are even related. Still, whether or not they?re family, Rayna is Anders?s only true friend. She?s nothing like the brutal, cruel dragons Everyone in Vallen knows that ice wolves and scorch dragons are sworn enemies who live deeply separate lives. ...

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Title:Ice Wolves (Elementals #1)
Author:Amie Kaufman
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Genres:Fantasy
ISBN:Ice Wolves
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Edition Language:English
Format Type:ebook
Number of Pages:326 pages pages

Ice Wolves (Elementals #1) Reviews

  • Jessica
    Feb 18, 2018

    Release date: March 27, 2018 This was such a fun read! I'll admit I mainly picked it up because: 1. I love winter (look at that gorgeous cover) 2. yay wolves 3. DRAGONS?! yes. 4. POC kids on the cover 5. Amie Kaufman. Enough said. So I didn't know a ton about the plot an...

    Most of you have probably only read Amie's young adult works thus far, but I am here to tell you all that she OWNS middle-grade?seriously. The first book of Amie's I ever read was middle-grade, and it kicked ass, and she's only gotten better with each word she writes. Ice Wolves ...

    At this point I'll read everything by Amie Kaufman, even I'll be pleasured to read her shopping list. And look at the sypnosis: "An ancient, ongoing battle between two clans of humans who can shapeshift" Duh. I'm obviously in. But, why 2018? Can't I have it earlier? ...

    **I received an advance copy of this book from the publisher via Edelweiss in exchange for an honest review. Thank you, HarperCollins!! All opinions are my own.** May it be known, that even as I write this less than positive review, that I love Aime Kaufman. Not only does she seem l...

    Well, this was positively delightful! Amie has created a very fascinating new world, reminiscent of medieval Scandinavia but with a very diverse cast of characters and complete with a unique magic system. Not to mention the shapeshifting that is . . . well, very unique! Really enjo...

  • Lori
    Mar 16, 2018

    Release date: March 27, 2018 This was such a fun read! I'll admit I mainly picked it up because: 1. I love winter (look at that gorgeous cover) 2. yay wolves 3. DRAGONS?! yes. 4. POC kids on the cover 5. Amie Kaufman. Enough said. So I didn't know a ton about the plot an...

    Most of you have probably only read Amie's young adult works thus far, but I am here to tell you all that she OWNS middle-grade?seriously. The first book of Amie's I ever read was middle-grade, and it kicked ass, and she's only gotten better with each word she writes. Ice Wolves ...

    At this point I'll read everything by Amie Kaufman, even I'll be pleasured to read her shopping list. And look at the sypnosis: "An ancient, ongoing battle between two clans of humans who can shapeshift" Duh. I'm obviously in. But, why 2018? Can't I have it earlier? ...

    **I received an advance copy of this book from the publisher via Edelweiss in exchange for an honest review. Thank you, HarperCollins!! All opinions are my own.** May it be known, that even as I write this less than positive review, that I love Aime Kaufman. Not only does she seem l...

    Well, this was positively delightful! Amie has created a very fascinating new world, reminiscent of medieval Scandinavia but with a very diverse cast of characters and complete with a unique magic system. Not to mention the shapeshifting that is . . . well, very unique! Really enjo...

    ICE WOLVES AND SCORCH DRAGONS ICE WOLVES AND SCORCH DRAGONS ICE WOLVES AND SCORCH DRAGONS ...

    Cue disappointed sigh. Kaufman?s middle-grade debut was one of most anticipated releases of next year but it was quite underwhelming. While I adore the idea of combining shapeshifting and elemental magic, the world felt generic and mild. The history of the world came across as comple...

    Middle-grade books are fun, but only if they?re funny. It?s a bunch of kids running around and doing things it?s supposed to be hysterical. And that is why I find that I didn?t enjoy Ice Wolves as much as I wanted to. Approximately 90% of the middle-grade books I?ve read so ...

    3.5 stars! Pretty solid series starter, complete with interesting world and readable plot featuring some familiar tropes. While not necessarily a new fave, I am quite curious to see what happens next. ...

    So good. I would have loved this when I was a kid. And I do now. Review to come closer to release date. ...

    Middle Grade/YA? Check. Shapeshifters? Check. Elemental Magic? Check. Wolves? Big Check. So many exciting new releases that I can't wait to get into my hands... ahhem, I mean, my classroom! Sign me up for this one! ...

    This was so much fun! Definitely need a second book asap! ...

    This review was originally posted on The Moonlight LibraryIce Wolves is the story of 12-year-old orphaned homeless boy Anders who, upon finding he can transform into an ice wolf, is separated from his twin sister Rayna, who transforms into the ice wolves? bitter enemy the scorch drag...

    Ice Wolves is a fun, magical little story about families with magic in their veins with children who become wolves or dragons. When Anders shifts into a wolf - and his sister Rayna a dragon, the two go off into their own adventures, discovering more about themselves. This was a quic...

    This book was full of excitement and fun. Also heartbreaking at times too. I'm thrilled to say that I enjoyed this book so much. It's a four star for me, and I am dying to read the next two books in this series. I also pretty much adore Amie, and am so happy that she is writing this mi...

    Anders and Rayna are street kids in Vallen and have been since they left an orphanage when they were six and the carers wanted to separate them. Life is hard. They make their way by stealing and picking pockets. But they have each other. The think of themselves as twins though their pe...

    I loved Kaufman?s sci-fi book, Illuminae, and when I was given the opportunity to pick up her book at a book festival, I was quite excited! I had very little knowledge on what the book was about other than it being a Middle Grade novel filled with Viking like magic. I went into th...

    This book is a key example of, in my opinion, what a great middle grade book should be! It was so exciting and the fantasy elements were so unique and visual, I felt like I could clearly picture everything as I read it, but more than that, I felt like I was a part of the adventure! I l...

    This was a fun, action packed but thoughtful read. I liked all the characters and the plot has definitely got me intrigued. It does read a little on the younger end of middle grade but it's still a good story and I liked it a lot. Looking forward to the next in the series. ...

    I love wolfs and dragons. I love how much the twins love each other. It was a great book to read. ...

    I can easily say that I have loved all of Amie?s books... loved loved loved them. I was super lucky to get an ARC of Ice Wolves and wow.... I ABSOLUTELY LOVED it. I was slightly hesitant about the middle grade age but I didn?t have anything to fear. This story was awesome. I love...

    Scorch dragons and ice wolves are sworn enemies. Rayna and Anders are twins living on the streets a city protected by the ice wolves. After a failed pick pocketing attempt, the two of them participate in the ceremony to determine whether they are ice wolves. Things don't go as planned,...

    This was a really fun middle-grade fantasy with lots of elements that will make kids fall in love. There are shapeshifters, dragons, wolves, boarding schools, danger, mystery, friendships, and family. Plus, there are a lot of questions around what really happened in Vallen's past betwe...

  • Dreximgirl
    Apr 05, 2018

    Release date: March 27, 2018 This was such a fun read! I'll admit I mainly picked it up because: 1. I love winter (look at that gorgeous cover) 2. yay wolves 3. DRAGONS?! yes. 4. POC kids on the cover 5. Amie Kaufman. Enough said. So I didn't know a ton about the plot an...

    Most of you have probably only read Amie's young adult works thus far, but I am here to tell you all that she OWNS middle-grade?seriously. The first book of Amie's I ever read was middle-grade, and it kicked ass, and she's only gotten better with each word she writes. Ice Wolves ...

    At this point I'll read everything by Amie Kaufman, even I'll be pleasured to read her shopping list. And look at the sypnosis: "An ancient, ongoing battle between two clans of humans who can shapeshift" Duh. I'm obviously in. But, why 2018? Can't I have it earlier? ...

    **I received an advance copy of this book from the publisher via Edelweiss in exchange for an honest review. Thank you, HarperCollins!! All opinions are my own.** May it be known, that even as I write this less than positive review, that I love Aime Kaufman. Not only does she seem l...

    Well, this was positively delightful! Amie has created a very fascinating new world, reminiscent of medieval Scandinavia but with a very diverse cast of characters and complete with a unique magic system. Not to mention the shapeshifting that is . . . well, very unique! Really enjo...

    ICE WOLVES AND SCORCH DRAGONS ICE WOLVES AND SCORCH DRAGONS ICE WOLVES AND SCORCH DRAGONS ...

    Cue disappointed sigh. Kaufman?s middle-grade debut was one of most anticipated releases of next year but it was quite underwhelming. While I adore the idea of combining shapeshifting and elemental magic, the world felt generic and mild. The history of the world came across as comple...

    Middle-grade books are fun, but only if they?re funny. It?s a bunch of kids running around and doing things it?s supposed to be hysterical. And that is why I find that I didn?t enjoy Ice Wolves as much as I wanted to. Approximately 90% of the middle-grade books I?ve read so ...

    3.5 stars! Pretty solid series starter, complete with interesting world and readable plot featuring some familiar tropes. While not necessarily a new fave, I am quite curious to see what happens next. ...

    So good. I would have loved this when I was a kid. And I do now. Review to come closer to release date. ...

    Middle Grade/YA? Check. Shapeshifters? Check. Elemental Magic? Check. Wolves? Big Check. So many exciting new releases that I can't wait to get into my hands... ahhem, I mean, my classroom! Sign me up for this one! ...

    This was so much fun! Definitely need a second book asap! ...

    This review was originally posted on The Moonlight LibraryIce Wolves is the story of 12-year-old orphaned homeless boy Anders who, upon finding he can transform into an ice wolf, is separated from his twin sister Rayna, who transforms into the ice wolves? bitter enemy the scorch drag...

    Ice Wolves is a fun, magical little story about families with magic in their veins with children who become wolves or dragons. When Anders shifts into a wolf - and his sister Rayna a dragon, the two go off into their own adventures, discovering more about themselves. This was a quic...

    This book was full of excitement and fun. Also heartbreaking at times too. I'm thrilled to say that I enjoyed this book so much. It's a four star for me, and I am dying to read the next two books in this series. I also pretty much adore Amie, and am so happy that she is writing this mi...

    Anders and Rayna are street kids in Vallen and have been since they left an orphanage when they were six and the carers wanted to separate them. Life is hard. They make their way by stealing and picking pockets. But they have each other. The think of themselves as twins though their pe...

    I loved Kaufman?s sci-fi book, Illuminae, and when I was given the opportunity to pick up her book at a book festival, I was quite excited! I had very little knowledge on what the book was about other than it being a Middle Grade novel filled with Viking like magic. I went into th...

    This book is a key example of, in my opinion, what a great middle grade book should be! It was so exciting and the fantasy elements were so unique and visual, I felt like I could clearly picture everything as I read it, but more than that, I felt like I was a part of the adventure! I l...

    This was a fun, action packed but thoughtful read. I liked all the characters and the plot has definitely got me intrigued. It does read a little on the younger end of middle grade but it's still a good story and I liked it a lot. Looking forward to the next in the series. ...

  • Meagan Spooner
    Sep 14, 2017

    Release date: March 27, 2018 This was such a fun read! I'll admit I mainly picked it up because: 1. I love winter (look at that gorgeous cover) 2. yay wolves 3. DRAGONS?! yes. 4. POC kids on the cover 5. Amie Kaufman. Enough said. So I didn't know a ton about the plot an...

    Most of you have probably only read Amie's young adult works thus far, but I am here to tell you all that she OWNS middle-grade?seriously. The first book of Amie's I ever read was middle-grade, and it kicked ass, and she's only gotten better with each word she writes. Ice Wolves ...

  • Kathy Martin
    Feb 22, 2018

    Release date: March 27, 2018 This was such a fun read! I'll admit I mainly picked it up because: 1. I love winter (look at that gorgeous cover) 2. yay wolves 3. DRAGONS?! yes. 4. POC kids on the cover 5. Amie Kaufman. Enough said. So I didn't know a ton about the plot an...

    Most of you have probably only read Amie's young adult works thus far, but I am here to tell you all that she OWNS middle-grade?seriously. The first book of Amie's I ever read was middle-grade, and it kicked ass, and she's only gotten better with each word she writes. Ice Wolves ...

    At this point I'll read everything by Amie Kaufman, even I'll be pleasured to read her shopping list. And look at the sypnosis: "An ancient, ongoing battle between two clans of humans who can shapeshift" Duh. I'm obviously in. But, why 2018? Can't I have it earlier? ...

    **I received an advance copy of this book from the publisher via Edelweiss in exchange for an honest review. Thank you, HarperCollins!! All opinions are my own.** May it be known, that even as I write this less than positive review, that I love Aime Kaufman. Not only does she seem l...

    Well, this was positively delightful! Amie has created a very fascinating new world, reminiscent of medieval Scandinavia but with a very diverse cast of characters and complete with a unique magic system. Not to mention the shapeshifting that is . . . well, very unique! Really enjo...

    ICE WOLVES AND SCORCH DRAGONS ICE WOLVES AND SCORCH DRAGONS ICE WOLVES AND SCORCH DRAGONS ...

    Cue disappointed sigh. Kaufman?s middle-grade debut was one of most anticipated releases of next year but it was quite underwhelming. While I adore the idea of combining shapeshifting and elemental magic, the world felt generic and mild. The history of the world came across as comple...

    Middle-grade books are fun, but only if they?re funny. It?s a bunch of kids running around and doing things it?s supposed to be hysterical. And that is why I find that I didn?t enjoy Ice Wolves as much as I wanted to. Approximately 90% of the middle-grade books I?ve read so ...

    3.5 stars! Pretty solid series starter, complete with interesting world and readable plot featuring some familiar tropes. While not necessarily a new fave, I am quite curious to see what happens next. ...

    So good. I would have loved this when I was a kid. And I do now. Review to come closer to release date. ...

    Middle Grade/YA? Check. Shapeshifters? Check. Elemental Magic? Check. Wolves? Big Check. So many exciting new releases that I can't wait to get into my hands... ahhem, I mean, my classroom! Sign me up for this one! ...

    This was so much fun! Definitely need a second book asap! ...

    This review was originally posted on The Moonlight LibraryIce Wolves is the story of 12-year-old orphaned homeless boy Anders who, upon finding he can transform into an ice wolf, is separated from his twin sister Rayna, who transforms into the ice wolves? bitter enemy the scorch drag...

    Ice Wolves is a fun, magical little story about families with magic in their veins with children who become wolves or dragons. When Anders shifts into a wolf - and his sister Rayna a dragon, the two go off into their own adventures, discovering more about themselves. This was a quic...

    This book was full of excitement and fun. Also heartbreaking at times too. I'm thrilled to say that I enjoyed this book so much. It's a four star for me, and I am dying to read the next two books in this series. I also pretty much adore Amie, and am so happy that she is writing this mi...

    Anders and Rayna are street kids in Vallen and have been since they left an orphanage when they were six and the carers wanted to separate them. Life is hard. They make their way by stealing and picking pockets. But they have each other. The think of themselves as twins though their pe...

  • Mary H
    Sep 23, 2017

    Release date: March 27, 2018 This was such a fun read! I'll admit I mainly picked it up because: 1. I love winter (look at that gorgeous cover) 2. yay wolves 3. DRAGONS?! yes. 4. POC kids on the cover 5. Amie Kaufman. Enough said. So I didn't know a ton about the plot an...

    Most of you have probably only read Amie's young adult works thus far, but I am here to tell you all that she OWNS middle-grade?seriously. The first book of Amie's I ever read was middle-grade, and it kicked ass, and she's only gotten better with each word she writes. Ice Wolves ...

    At this point I'll read everything by Amie Kaufman, even I'll be pleasured to read her shopping list. And look at the sypnosis: "An ancient, ongoing battle between two clans of humans who can shapeshift" Duh. I'm obviously in. But, why 2018? Can't I have it earlier? ...

    **I received an advance copy of this book from the publisher via Edelweiss in exchange for an honest review. Thank you, HarperCollins!! All opinions are my own.** May it be known, that even as I write this less than positive review, that I love Aime Kaufman. Not only does she seem l...

    Well, this was positively delightful! Amie has created a very fascinating new world, reminiscent of medieval Scandinavia but with a very diverse cast of characters and complete with a unique magic system. Not to mention the shapeshifting that is . . . well, very unique! Really enjo...

    ICE WOLVES AND SCORCH DRAGONS ICE WOLVES AND SCORCH DRAGONS ICE WOLVES AND SCORCH DRAGONS ...

    Cue disappointed sigh. Kaufman?s middle-grade debut was one of most anticipated releases of next year but it was quite underwhelming. While I adore the idea of combining shapeshifting and elemental magic, the world felt generic and mild. The history of the world came across as comple...

    Middle-grade books are fun, but only if they?re funny. It?s a bunch of kids running around and doing things it?s supposed to be hysterical. And that is why I find that I didn?t enjoy Ice Wolves as much as I wanted to. Approximately 90% of the middle-grade books I?ve read so ...

    3.5 stars! Pretty solid series starter, complete with interesting world and readable plot featuring some familiar tropes. While not necessarily a new fave, I am quite curious to see what happens next. ...

    So good. I would have loved this when I was a kid. And I do now. Review to come closer to release date. ...

    Middle Grade/YA? Check. Shapeshifters? Check. Elemental Magic? Check. Wolves? Big Check. So many exciting new releases that I can't wait to get into my hands... ahhem, I mean, my classroom! Sign me up for this one! ...

    This was so much fun! Definitely need a second book asap! ...

  • Tara
    Jan 05, 2018

    Release date: March 27, 2018 This was such a fun read! I'll admit I mainly picked it up because: 1. I love winter (look at that gorgeous cover) 2. yay wolves 3. DRAGONS?! yes. 4. POC kids on the cover 5. Amie Kaufman. Enough said. So I didn't know a ton about the plot an...

    Most of you have probably only read Amie's young adult works thus far, but I am here to tell you all that she OWNS middle-grade?seriously. The first book of Amie's I ever read was middle-grade, and it kicked ass, and she's only gotten better with each word she writes. Ice Wolves ...

    At this point I'll read everything by Amie Kaufman, even I'll be pleasured to read her shopping list. And look at the sypnosis: "An ancient, ongoing battle between two clans of humans who can shapeshift" Duh. I'm obviously in. But, why 2018? Can't I have it earlier? ...

    **I received an advance copy of this book from the publisher via Edelweiss in exchange for an honest review. Thank you, HarperCollins!! All opinions are my own.** May it be known, that even as I write this less than positive review, that I love Aime Kaufman. Not only does she seem l...

    Well, this was positively delightful! Amie has created a very fascinating new world, reminiscent of medieval Scandinavia but with a very diverse cast of characters and complete with a unique magic system. Not to mention the shapeshifting that is . . . well, very unique! Really enjo...

    ICE WOLVES AND SCORCH DRAGONS ICE WOLVES AND SCORCH DRAGONS ICE WOLVES AND SCORCH DRAGONS ...

    Cue disappointed sigh. Kaufman?s middle-grade debut was one of most anticipated releases of next year but it was quite underwhelming. While I adore the idea of combining shapeshifting and elemental magic, the world felt generic and mild. The history of the world came across as comple...

    Middle-grade books are fun, but only if they?re funny. It?s a bunch of kids running around and doing things it?s supposed to be hysterical. And that is why I find that I didn?t enjoy Ice Wolves as much as I wanted to. Approximately 90% of the middle-grade books I?ve read so ...

    3.5 stars! Pretty solid series starter, complete with interesting world and readable plot featuring some familiar tropes. While not necessarily a new fave, I am quite curious to see what happens next. ...

    So good. I would have loved this when I was a kid. And I do now. Review to come closer to release date. ...

    Middle Grade/YA? Check. Shapeshifters? Check. Elemental Magic? Check. Wolves? Big Check. So many exciting new releases that I can't wait to get into my hands... ahhem, I mean, my classroom! Sign me up for this one! ...

    This was so much fun! Definitely need a second book asap! ...

    This review was originally posted on The Moonlight LibraryIce Wolves is the story of 12-year-old orphaned homeless boy Anders who, upon finding he can transform into an ice wolf, is separated from his twin sister Rayna, who transforms into the ice wolves? bitter enemy the scorch drag...

    Ice Wolves is a fun, magical little story about families with magic in their veins with children who become wolves or dragons. When Anders shifts into a wolf - and his sister Rayna a dragon, the two go off into their own adventures, discovering more about themselves. This was a quic...

    This book was full of excitement and fun. Also heartbreaking at times too. I'm thrilled to say that I enjoyed this book so much. It's a four star for me, and I am dying to read the next two books in this series. I also pretty much adore Amie, and am so happy that she is writing this mi...

    Anders and Rayna are street kids in Vallen and have been since they left an orphanage when they were six and the carers wanted to separate them. Life is hard. They make their way by stealing and picking pockets. But they have each other. The think of themselves as twins though their pe...

    I loved Kaufman?s sci-fi book, Illuminae, and when I was given the opportunity to pick up her book at a book festival, I was quite excited! I had very little knowledge on what the book was about other than it being a Middle Grade novel filled with Viking like magic. I went into th...

    This book is a key example of, in my opinion, what a great middle grade book should be! It was so exciting and the fantasy elements were so unique and visual, I felt like I could clearly picture everything as I read it, but more than that, I felt like I was a part of the adventure! I l...

    This was a fun, action packed but thoughtful read. I liked all the characters and the plot has definitely got me intrigued. It does read a little on the younger end of middle grade but it's still a good story and I liked it a lot. Looking forward to the next in the series. ...

    I love wolfs and dragons. I love how much the twins love each other. It was a great book to read. ...

    I can easily say that I have loved all of Amie?s books... loved loved loved them. I was super lucky to get an ARC of Ice Wolves and wow.... I ABSOLUTELY LOVED it. I was slightly hesitant about the middle grade age but I didn?t have anything to fear. This story was awesome. I love...

  • ALEXA
    Mar 16, 2018

    Release date: March 27, 2018 This was such a fun read! I'll admit I mainly picked it up because: 1. I love winter (look at that gorgeous cover) 2. yay wolves 3. DRAGONS?! yes. 4. POC kids on the cover 5. Amie Kaufman. Enough said. So I didn't know a ton about the plot an...

    Most of you have probably only read Amie's young adult works thus far, but I am here to tell you all that she OWNS middle-grade?seriously. The first book of Amie's I ever read was middle-grade, and it kicked ass, and she's only gotten better with each word she writes. Ice Wolves ...

    At this point I'll read everything by Amie Kaufman, even I'll be pleasured to read her shopping list. And look at the sypnosis: "An ancient, ongoing battle between two clans of humans who can shapeshift" Duh. I'm obviously in. But, why 2018? Can't I have it earlier? ...

    **I received an advance copy of this book from the publisher via Edelweiss in exchange for an honest review. Thank you, HarperCollins!! All opinions are my own.** May it be known, that even as I write this less than positive review, that I love Aime Kaufman. Not only does she seem l...

    Well, this was positively delightful! Amie has created a very fascinating new world, reminiscent of medieval Scandinavia but with a very diverse cast of characters and complete with a unique magic system. Not to mention the shapeshifting that is . . . well, very unique! Really enjo...

    ICE WOLVES AND SCORCH DRAGONS ICE WOLVES AND SCORCH DRAGONS ICE WOLVES AND SCORCH DRAGONS ...

    Cue disappointed sigh. Kaufman?s middle-grade debut was one of most anticipated releases of next year but it was quite underwhelming. While I adore the idea of combining shapeshifting and elemental magic, the world felt generic and mild. The history of the world came across as comple...

    Middle-grade books are fun, but only if they?re funny. It?s a bunch of kids running around and doing things it?s supposed to be hysterical. And that is why I find that I didn?t enjoy Ice Wolves as much as I wanted to. Approximately 90% of the middle-grade books I?ve read so ...

    3.5 stars! Pretty solid series starter, complete with interesting world and readable plot featuring some familiar tropes. While not necessarily a new fave, I am quite curious to see what happens next. ...

  • Michael Earp
    Apr 18, 2018

    Release date: March 27, 2018 This was such a fun read! I'll admit I mainly picked it up because: 1. I love winter (look at that gorgeous cover) 2. yay wolves 3. DRAGONS?! yes. 4. POC kids on the cover 5. Amie Kaufman. Enough said. So I didn't know a ton about the plot an...

    Most of you have probably only read Amie's young adult works thus far, but I am here to tell you all that she OWNS middle-grade?seriously. The first book of Amie's I ever read was middle-grade, and it kicked ass, and she's only gotten better with each word she writes. Ice Wolves ...

    At this point I'll read everything by Amie Kaufman, even I'll be pleasured to read her shopping list. And look at the sypnosis: "An ancient, ongoing battle between two clans of humans who can shapeshift" Duh. I'm obviously in. But, why 2018? Can't I have it earlier? ...

    **I received an advance copy of this book from the publisher via Edelweiss in exchange for an honest review. Thank you, HarperCollins!! All opinions are my own.** May it be known, that even as I write this less than positive review, that I love Aime Kaufman. Not only does she seem l...

    Well, this was positively delightful! Amie has created a very fascinating new world, reminiscent of medieval Scandinavia but with a very diverse cast of characters and complete with a unique magic system. Not to mention the shapeshifting that is . . . well, very unique! Really enjo...

    ICE WOLVES AND SCORCH DRAGONS ICE WOLVES AND SCORCH DRAGONS ICE WOLVES AND SCORCH DRAGONS ...

    Cue disappointed sigh. Kaufman?s middle-grade debut was one of most anticipated releases of next year but it was quite underwhelming. While I adore the idea of combining shapeshifting and elemental magic, the world felt generic and mild. The history of the world came across as comple...

    Middle-grade books are fun, but only if they?re funny. It?s a bunch of kids running around and doing things it?s supposed to be hysterical. And that is why I find that I didn?t enjoy Ice Wolves as much as I wanted to. Approximately 90% of the middle-grade books I?ve read so ...

    3.5 stars! Pretty solid series starter, complete with interesting world and readable plot featuring some familiar tropes. While not necessarily a new fave, I am quite curious to see what happens next. ...

    So good. I would have loved this when I was a kid. And I do now. Review to come closer to release date. ...

    Middle Grade/YA? Check. Shapeshifters? Check. Elemental Magic? Check. Wolves? Big Check. So many exciting new releases that I can't wait to get into my hands... ahhem, I mean, my classroom! Sign me up for this one! ...

    This was so much fun! Definitely need a second book asap! ...

    This review was originally posted on The Moonlight LibraryIce Wolves is the story of 12-year-old orphaned homeless boy Anders who, upon finding he can transform into an ice wolf, is separated from his twin sister Rayna, who transforms into the ice wolves? bitter enemy the scorch drag...

    Ice Wolves is a fun, magical little story about families with magic in their veins with children who become wolves or dragons. When Anders shifts into a wolf - and his sister Rayna a dragon, the two go off into their own adventures, discovering more about themselves. This was a quic...

    This book was full of excitement and fun. Also heartbreaking at times too. I'm thrilled to say that I enjoyed this book so much. It's a four star for me, and I am dying to read the next two books in this series. I also pretty much adore Amie, and am so happy that she is writing this mi...

    Anders and Rayna are street kids in Vallen and have been since they left an orphanage when they were six and the carers wanted to separate them. Life is hard. They make their way by stealing and picking pockets. But they have each other. The think of themselves as twins though their pe...

    I loved Kaufman?s sci-fi book, Illuminae, and when I was given the opportunity to pick up her book at a book festival, I was quite excited! I had very little knowledge on what the book was about other than it being a Middle Grade novel filled with Viking like magic. I went into th...

    This book is a key example of, in my opinion, what a great middle grade book should be! It was so exciting and the fantasy elements were so unique and visual, I felt like I could clearly picture everything as I read it, but more than that, I felt like I was a part of the adventure! I l...

    This was a fun, action packed but thoughtful read. I liked all the characters and the plot has definitely got me intrigued. It does read a little on the younger end of middle grade but it's still a good story and I liked it a lot. Looking forward to the next in the series. ...

    I love wolfs and dragons. I love how much the twins love each other. It was a great book to read. ...

    I can easily say that I have loved all of Amie?s books... loved loved loved them. I was super lucky to get an ARC of Ice Wolves and wow.... I ABSOLUTELY LOVED it. I was slightly hesitant about the middle grade age but I didn?t have anything to fear. This story was awesome. I love...

    Scorch dragons and ice wolves are sworn enemies. Rayna and Anders are twins living on the streets a city protected by the ice wolves. After a failed pick pocketing attempt, the two of them participate in the ceremony to determine whether they are ice wolves. Things don't go as planned,...

    This was a really fun middle-grade fantasy with lots of elements that will make kids fall in love. There are shapeshifters, dragons, wolves, boarding schools, danger, mystery, friendships, and family. Plus, there are a lot of questions around what really happened in Vallen's past betwe...

    I don't often read junior fiction, and where possible, I avoid reading anything in the fantasy genre. So I was genuinely surprised when I picked up Ice Wolves and instantly fell into the story. The characters were extremely well developed, and the story was captivating. I found myself ...

    YAY MY FIRST PHYSICAL ARC! Yet, it wasn't from the publishers. But dats okay. So, at a book exchange at my school, this book was there. Somehow. I don't know how. And, seeing that it was Amie Kaufman, and not to mention it was an ARC, of course I got it. It seemed really new when I fir...

    I really loved this book alot. I normally adore any stories that have twins and this book hit my sweat spot. I also loved the characters and how we got all of anders POV. I loved the mythology and the world building of this book so much. I also really loved the presence of the school i...

    ? MC (Anders) is POC ? Multiple POC secondary characters, including Anders' sister (Rayna) ...

    Meet Anders and Rayna, two street kids from Holbard. We see them, running around the town, trying to survive on their own. They?re orphans and they?re, allegedly, twins. And they, as I said, live on the streets. And that?s so heartbreaking, especially when you find out that they...

    This was an okay book. I liked the story. The magic and shapeshifting were interesting. The setting was, too. It seems like a medieval Scandinavia. There was enough action to keep the story moving. I was disappointed that the start of the last battle was never properly explained in thi...

    Even though it was a side character, I was absolutely delighted to discover a gender queer character in this middle grade fantasy! The book itself is a fun fantasy adventure that's sure to be the first in a popular series. ...

  • Carina Olsen
    Jan 26, 2018

    Release date: March 27, 2018 This was such a fun read! I'll admit I mainly picked it up because: 1. I love winter (look at that gorgeous cover) 2. yay wolves 3. DRAGONS?! yes. 4. POC kids on the cover 5. Amie Kaufman. Enough said. So I didn't know a ton about the plot an...

    Most of you have probably only read Amie's young adult works thus far, but I am here to tell you all that she OWNS middle-grade?seriously. The first book of Amie's I ever read was middle-grade, and it kicked ass, and she's only gotten better with each word she writes. Ice Wolves ...

    At this point I'll read everything by Amie Kaufman, even I'll be pleasured to read her shopping list. And look at the sypnosis: "An ancient, ongoing battle between two clans of humans who can shapeshift" Duh. I'm obviously in. But, why 2018? Can't I have it earlier? ...

    **I received an advance copy of this book from the publisher via Edelweiss in exchange for an honest review. Thank you, HarperCollins!! All opinions are my own.** May it be known, that even as I write this less than positive review, that I love Aime Kaufman. Not only does she seem l...

    Well, this was positively delightful! Amie has created a very fascinating new world, reminiscent of medieval Scandinavia but with a very diverse cast of characters and complete with a unique magic system. Not to mention the shapeshifting that is . . . well, very unique! Really enjo...

    ICE WOLVES AND SCORCH DRAGONS ICE WOLVES AND SCORCH DRAGONS ICE WOLVES AND SCORCH DRAGONS ...

    Cue disappointed sigh. Kaufman?s middle-grade debut was one of most anticipated releases of next year but it was quite underwhelming. While I adore the idea of combining shapeshifting and elemental magic, the world felt generic and mild. The history of the world came across as comple...

    Middle-grade books are fun, but only if they?re funny. It?s a bunch of kids running around and doing things it?s supposed to be hysterical. And that is why I find that I didn?t enjoy Ice Wolves as much as I wanted to. Approximately 90% of the middle-grade books I?ve read so ...

    3.5 stars! Pretty solid series starter, complete with interesting world and readable plot featuring some familiar tropes. While not necessarily a new fave, I am quite curious to see what happens next. ...

    So good. I would have loved this when I was a kid. And I do now. Review to come closer to release date. ...

    Middle Grade/YA? Check. Shapeshifters? Check. Elemental Magic? Check. Wolves? Big Check. So many exciting new releases that I can't wait to get into my hands... ahhem, I mean, my classroom! Sign me up for this one! ...

    This was so much fun! Definitely need a second book asap! ...

    This review was originally posted on The Moonlight LibraryIce Wolves is the story of 12-year-old orphaned homeless boy Anders who, upon finding he can transform into an ice wolf, is separated from his twin sister Rayna, who transforms into the ice wolves? bitter enemy the scorch drag...

    Ice Wolves is a fun, magical little story about families with magic in their veins with children who become wolves or dragons. When Anders shifts into a wolf - and his sister Rayna a dragon, the two go off into their own adventures, discovering more about themselves. This was a quic...

    This book was full of excitement and fun. Also heartbreaking at times too. I'm thrilled to say that I enjoyed this book so much. It's a four star for me, and I am dying to read the next two books in this series. I also pretty much adore Amie, and am so happy that she is writing this mi...

  • Jeann (Happy Indulgence)
    Apr 01, 2018

    Release date: March 27, 2018 This was such a fun read! I'll admit I mainly picked it up because: 1. I love winter (look at that gorgeous cover) 2. yay wolves 3. DRAGONS?! yes. 4. POC kids on the cover 5. Amie Kaufman. Enough said. So I didn't know a ton about the plot an...

    Most of you have probably only read Amie's young adult works thus far, but I am here to tell you all that she OWNS middle-grade?seriously. The first book of Amie's I ever read was middle-grade, and it kicked ass, and she's only gotten better with each word she writes. Ice Wolves ...

    At this point I'll read everything by Amie Kaufman, even I'll be pleasured to read her shopping list. And look at the sypnosis: "An ancient, ongoing battle between two clans of humans who can shapeshift" Duh. I'm obviously in. But, why 2018? Can't I have it earlier? ...

    **I received an advance copy of this book from the publisher via Edelweiss in exchange for an honest review. Thank you, HarperCollins!! All opinions are my own.** May it be known, that even as I write this less than positive review, that I love Aime Kaufman. Not only does she seem l...

    Well, this was positively delightful! Amie has created a very fascinating new world, reminiscent of medieval Scandinavia but with a very diverse cast of characters and complete with a unique magic system. Not to mention the shapeshifting that is . . . well, very unique! Really enjo...

    ICE WOLVES AND SCORCH DRAGONS ICE WOLVES AND SCORCH DRAGONS ICE WOLVES AND SCORCH DRAGONS ...

    Cue disappointed sigh. Kaufman?s middle-grade debut was one of most anticipated releases of next year but it was quite underwhelming. While I adore the idea of combining shapeshifting and elemental magic, the world felt generic and mild. The history of the world came across as comple...

    Middle-grade books are fun, but only if they?re funny. It?s a bunch of kids running around and doing things it?s supposed to be hysterical. And that is why I find that I didn?t enjoy Ice Wolves as much as I wanted to. Approximately 90% of the middle-grade books I?ve read so ...

    3.5 stars! Pretty solid series starter, complete with interesting world and readable plot featuring some familiar tropes. While not necessarily a new fave, I am quite curious to see what happens next. ...

    So good. I would have loved this when I was a kid. And I do now. Review to come closer to release date. ...

    Middle Grade/YA? Check. Shapeshifters? Check. Elemental Magic? Check. Wolves? Big Check. So many exciting new releases that I can't wait to get into my hands... ahhem, I mean, my classroom! Sign me up for this one! ...

    This was so much fun! Definitely need a second book asap! ...

    This review was originally posted on The Moonlight LibraryIce Wolves is the story of 12-year-old orphaned homeless boy Anders who, upon finding he can transform into an ice wolf, is separated from his twin sister Rayna, who transforms into the ice wolves? bitter enemy the scorch drag...

    Ice Wolves is a fun, magical little story about families with magic in their veins with children who become wolves or dragons. When Anders shifts into a wolf - and his sister Rayna a dragon, the two go off into their own adventures, discovering more about themselves. This was a quic...

  • Clephiro
    Mar 29, 2018

    Release date: March 27, 2018 This was such a fun read! I'll admit I mainly picked it up because: 1. I love winter (look at that gorgeous cover) 2. yay wolves 3. DRAGONS?! yes. 4. POC kids on the cover 5. Amie Kaufman. Enough said. So I didn't know a ton about the plot an...

    Most of you have probably only read Amie's young adult works thus far, but I am here to tell you all that she OWNS middle-grade?seriously. The first book of Amie's I ever read was middle-grade, and it kicked ass, and she's only gotten better with each word she writes. Ice Wolves ...

    At this point I'll read everything by Amie Kaufman, even I'll be pleasured to read her shopping list. And look at the sypnosis: "An ancient, ongoing battle between two clans of humans who can shapeshift" Duh. I'm obviously in. But, why 2018? Can't I have it earlier? ...

    **I received an advance copy of this book from the publisher via Edelweiss in exchange for an honest review. Thank you, HarperCollins!! All opinions are my own.** May it be known, that even as I write this less than positive review, that I love Aime Kaufman. Not only does she seem l...

    Well, this was positively delightful! Amie has created a very fascinating new world, reminiscent of medieval Scandinavia but with a very diverse cast of characters and complete with a unique magic system. Not to mention the shapeshifting that is . . . well, very unique! Really enjo...

    ICE WOLVES AND SCORCH DRAGONS ICE WOLVES AND SCORCH DRAGONS ICE WOLVES AND SCORCH DRAGONS ...

    Cue disappointed sigh. Kaufman?s middle-grade debut was one of most anticipated releases of next year but it was quite underwhelming. While I adore the idea of combining shapeshifting and elemental magic, the world felt generic and mild. The history of the world came across as comple...

    Middle-grade books are fun, but only if they?re funny. It?s a bunch of kids running around and doing things it?s supposed to be hysterical. And that is why I find that I didn?t enjoy Ice Wolves as much as I wanted to. Approximately 90% of the middle-grade books I?ve read so ...

    3.5 stars! Pretty solid series starter, complete with interesting world and readable plot featuring some familiar tropes. While not necessarily a new fave, I am quite curious to see what happens next. ...

    So good. I would have loved this when I was a kid. And I do now. Review to come closer to release date. ...

    Middle Grade/YA? Check. Shapeshifters? Check. Elemental Magic? Check. Wolves? Big Check. So many exciting new releases that I can't wait to get into my hands... ahhem, I mean, my classroom! Sign me up for this one! ...

    This was so much fun! Definitely need a second book asap! ...

    This review was originally posted on The Moonlight LibraryIce Wolves is the story of 12-year-old orphaned homeless boy Anders who, upon finding he can transform into an ice wolf, is separated from his twin sister Rayna, who transforms into the ice wolves? bitter enemy the scorch drag...

    Ice Wolves is a fun, magical little story about families with magic in their veins with children who become wolves or dragons. When Anders shifts into a wolf - and his sister Rayna a dragon, the two go off into their own adventures, discovering more about themselves. This was a quic...

    This book was full of excitement and fun. Also heartbreaking at times too. I'm thrilled to say that I enjoyed this book so much. It's a four star for me, and I am dying to read the next two books in this series. I also pretty much adore Amie, and am so happy that she is writing this mi...

    Anders and Rayna are street kids in Vallen and have been since they left an orphanage when they were six and the carers wanted to separate them. Life is hard. They make their way by stealing and picking pockets. But they have each other. The think of themselves as twins though their pe...

    I loved Kaufman?s sci-fi book, Illuminae, and when I was given the opportunity to pick up her book at a book festival, I was quite excited! I had very little knowledge on what the book was about other than it being a Middle Grade novel filled with Viking like magic. I went into th...

    This book is a key example of, in my opinion, what a great middle grade book should be! It was so exciting and the fantasy elements were so unique and visual, I felt like I could clearly picture everything as I read it, but more than that, I felt like I was a part of the adventure! I l...

    This was a fun, action packed but thoughtful read. I liked all the characters and the plot has definitely got me intrigued. It does read a little on the younger end of middle grade but it's still a good story and I liked it a lot. Looking forward to the next in the series. ...

    I love wolfs and dragons. I love how much the twins love each other. It was a great book to read. ...

    I can easily say that I have loved all of Amie?s books... loved loved loved them. I was super lucky to get an ARC of Ice Wolves and wow.... I ABSOLUTELY LOVED it. I was slightly hesitant about the middle grade age but I didn?t have anything to fear. This story was awesome. I love...

    Scorch dragons and ice wolves are sworn enemies. Rayna and Anders are twins living on the streets a city protected by the ice wolves. After a failed pick pocketing attempt, the two of them participate in the ceremony to determine whether they are ice wolves. Things don't go as planned,...

  • Sandra
    Oct 01, 2015

    Release date: March 27, 2018 This was such a fun read! I'll admit I mainly picked it up because: 1. I love winter (look at that gorgeous cover) 2. yay wolves 3. DRAGONS?! yes. 4. POC kids on the cover 5. Amie Kaufman. Enough said. So I didn't know a ton about the plot an...

    Most of you have probably only read Amie's young adult works thus far, but I am here to tell you all that she OWNS middle-grade?seriously. The first book of Amie's I ever read was middle-grade, and it kicked ass, and she's only gotten better with each word she writes. Ice Wolves ...

    At this point I'll read everything by Amie Kaufman, even I'll be pleasured to read her shopping list. And look at the sypnosis: "An ancient, ongoing battle between two clans of humans who can shapeshift" Duh. I'm obviously in. But, why 2018? Can't I have it earlier? ...

    **I received an advance copy of this book from the publisher via Edelweiss in exchange for an honest review. Thank you, HarperCollins!! All opinions are my own.** May it be known, that even as I write this less than positive review, that I love Aime Kaufman. Not only does she seem l...

    Well, this was positively delightful! Amie has created a very fascinating new world, reminiscent of medieval Scandinavia but with a very diverse cast of characters and complete with a unique magic system. Not to mention the shapeshifting that is . . . well, very unique! Really enjo...

    ICE WOLVES AND SCORCH DRAGONS ICE WOLVES AND SCORCH DRAGONS ICE WOLVES AND SCORCH DRAGONS ...

  • Nemo (The Moonlight Library)
    Mar 22, 2018

    Release date: March 27, 2018 This was such a fun read! I'll admit I mainly picked it up because: 1. I love winter (look at that gorgeous cover) 2. yay wolves 3. DRAGONS?! yes. 4. POC kids on the cover 5. Amie Kaufman. Enough said. So I didn't know a ton about the plot an...

    Most of you have probably only read Amie's young adult works thus far, but I am here to tell you all that she OWNS middle-grade?seriously. The first book of Amie's I ever read was middle-grade, and it kicked ass, and she's only gotten better with each word she writes. Ice Wolves ...

    At this point I'll read everything by Amie Kaufman, even I'll be pleasured to read her shopping list. And look at the sypnosis: "An ancient, ongoing battle between two clans of humans who can shapeshift" Duh. I'm obviously in. But, why 2018? Can't I have it earlier? ...

    **I received an advance copy of this book from the publisher via Edelweiss in exchange for an honest review. Thank you, HarperCollins!! All opinions are my own.** May it be known, that even as I write this less than positive review, that I love Aime Kaufman. Not only does she seem l...

    Well, this was positively delightful! Amie has created a very fascinating new world, reminiscent of medieval Scandinavia but with a very diverse cast of characters and complete with a unique magic system. Not to mention the shapeshifting that is . . . well, very unique! Really enjo...

    ICE WOLVES AND SCORCH DRAGONS ICE WOLVES AND SCORCH DRAGONS ICE WOLVES AND SCORCH DRAGONS ...

    Cue disappointed sigh. Kaufman?s middle-grade debut was one of most anticipated releases of next year but it was quite underwhelming. While I adore the idea of combining shapeshifting and elemental magic, the world felt generic and mild. The history of the world came across as comple...

    Middle-grade books are fun, but only if they?re funny. It?s a bunch of kids running around and doing things it?s supposed to be hysterical. And that is why I find that I didn?t enjoy Ice Wolves as much as I wanted to. Approximately 90% of the middle-grade books I?ve read so ...

    3.5 stars! Pretty solid series starter, complete with interesting world and readable plot featuring some familiar tropes. While not necessarily a new fave, I am quite curious to see what happens next. ...

    So good. I would have loved this when I was a kid. And I do now. Review to come closer to release date. ...

    Middle Grade/YA? Check. Shapeshifters? Check. Elemental Magic? Check. Wolves? Big Check. So many exciting new releases that I can't wait to get into my hands... ahhem, I mean, my classroom! Sign me up for this one! ...

    This was so much fun! Definitely need a second book asap! ...

    This review was originally posted on The Moonlight LibraryIce Wolves is the story of 12-year-old orphaned homeless boy Anders who, upon finding he can transform into an ice wolf, is separated from his twin sister Rayna, who transforms into the ice wolves? bitter enemy the scorch drag...

  • Ally
    Jan 28, 2018

    Release date: March 27, 2018 This was such a fun read! I'll admit I mainly picked it up because: 1. I love winter (look at that gorgeous cover) 2. yay wolves 3. DRAGONS?! yes. 4. POC kids on the cover 5. Amie Kaufman. Enough said. So I didn't know a ton about the plot an...

    Most of you have probably only read Amie's young adult works thus far, but I am here to tell you all that she OWNS middle-grade?seriously. The first book of Amie's I ever read was middle-grade, and it kicked ass, and she's only gotten better with each word she writes. Ice Wolves ...

    At this point I'll read everything by Amie Kaufman, even I'll be pleasured to read her shopping list. And look at the sypnosis: "An ancient, ongoing battle between two clans of humans who can shapeshift" Duh. I'm obviously in. But, why 2018? Can't I have it earlier? ...

    **I received an advance copy of this book from the publisher via Edelweiss in exchange for an honest review. Thank you, HarperCollins!! All opinions are my own.** May it be known, that even as I write this less than positive review, that I love Aime Kaufman. Not only does she seem l...

    Well, this was positively delightful! Amie has created a very fascinating new world, reminiscent of medieval Scandinavia but with a very diverse cast of characters and complete with a unique magic system. Not to mention the shapeshifting that is . . . well, very unique! Really enjo...

    ICE WOLVES AND SCORCH DRAGONS ICE WOLVES AND SCORCH DRAGONS ICE WOLVES AND SCORCH DRAGONS ...

    Cue disappointed sigh. Kaufman?s middle-grade debut was one of most anticipated releases of next year but it was quite underwhelming. While I adore the idea of combining shapeshifting and elemental magic, the world felt generic and mild. The history of the world came across as comple...

    Middle-grade books are fun, but only if they?re funny. It?s a bunch of kids running around and doing things it?s supposed to be hysterical. And that is why I find that I didn?t enjoy Ice Wolves as much as I wanted to. Approximately 90% of the middle-grade books I?ve read so ...

    3.5 stars! Pretty solid series starter, complete with interesting world and readable plot featuring some familiar tropes. While not necessarily a new fave, I am quite curious to see what happens next. ...

    So good. I would have loved this when I was a kid. And I do now. Review to come closer to release date. ...

    Middle Grade/YA? Check. Shapeshifters? Check. Elemental Magic? Check. Wolves? Big Check. So many exciting new releases that I can't wait to get into my hands... ahhem, I mean, my classroom! Sign me up for this one! ...

    This was so much fun! Definitely need a second book asap! ...

    This review was originally posted on The Moonlight LibraryIce Wolves is the story of 12-year-old orphaned homeless boy Anders who, upon finding he can transform into an ice wolf, is separated from his twin sister Rayna, who transforms into the ice wolves? bitter enemy the scorch drag...

    Ice Wolves is a fun, magical little story about families with magic in their veins with children who become wolves or dragons. When Anders shifts into a wolf - and his sister Rayna a dragon, the two go off into their own adventures, discovering more about themselves. This was a quic...

    This book was full of excitement and fun. Also heartbreaking at times too. I'm thrilled to say that I enjoyed this book so much. It's a four star for me, and I am dying to read the next two books in this series. I also pretty much adore Amie, and am so happy that she is writing this mi...

    Anders and Rayna are street kids in Vallen and have been since they left an orphanage when they were six and the carers wanted to separate them. Life is hard. They make their way by stealing and picking pockets. But they have each other. The think of themselves as twins though their pe...

    I loved Kaufman?s sci-fi book, Illuminae, and when I was given the opportunity to pick up her book at a book festival, I was quite excited! I had very little knowledge on what the book was about other than it being a Middle Grade novel filled with Viking like magic. I went into th...

  • Suzie Bull
    Feb 26, 2018

    Release date: March 27, 2018 This was such a fun read! I'll admit I mainly picked it up because: 1. I love winter (look at that gorgeous cover) 2. yay wolves 3. DRAGONS?! yes. 4. POC kids on the cover 5. Amie Kaufman. Enough said. So I didn't know a ton about the plot an...

    Most of you have probably only read Amie's young adult works thus far, but I am here to tell you all that she OWNS middle-grade?seriously. The first book of Amie's I ever read was middle-grade, and it kicked ass, and she's only gotten better with each word she writes. Ice Wolves ...

    At this point I'll read everything by Amie Kaufman, even I'll be pleasured to read her shopping list. And look at the sypnosis: "An ancient, ongoing battle between two clans of humans who can shapeshift" Duh. I'm obviously in. But, why 2018? Can't I have it earlier? ...

    **I received an advance copy of this book from the publisher via Edelweiss in exchange for an honest review. Thank you, HarperCollins!! All opinions are my own.** May it be known, that even as I write this less than positive review, that I love Aime Kaufman. Not only does she seem l...

    Well, this was positively delightful! Amie has created a very fascinating new world, reminiscent of medieval Scandinavia but with a very diverse cast of characters and complete with a unique magic system. Not to mention the shapeshifting that is . . . well, very unique! Really enjo...

    ICE WOLVES AND SCORCH DRAGONS ICE WOLVES AND SCORCH DRAGONS ICE WOLVES AND SCORCH DRAGONS ...

    Cue disappointed sigh. Kaufman?s middle-grade debut was one of most anticipated releases of next year but it was quite underwhelming. While I adore the idea of combining shapeshifting and elemental magic, the world felt generic and mild. The history of the world came across as comple...

    Middle-grade books are fun, but only if they?re funny. It?s a bunch of kids running around and doing things it?s supposed to be hysterical. And that is why I find that I didn?t enjoy Ice Wolves as much as I wanted to. Approximately 90% of the middle-grade books I?ve read so ...

    3.5 stars! Pretty solid series starter, complete with interesting world and readable plot featuring some familiar tropes. While not necessarily a new fave, I am quite curious to see what happens next. ...

    So good. I would have loved this when I was a kid. And I do now. Review to come closer to release date. ...

    Middle Grade/YA? Check. Shapeshifters? Check. Elemental Magic? Check. Wolves? Big Check. So many exciting new releases that I can't wait to get into my hands... ahhem, I mean, my classroom! Sign me up for this one! ...

    This was so much fun! Definitely need a second book asap! ...

    This review was originally posted on The Moonlight LibraryIce Wolves is the story of 12-year-old orphaned homeless boy Anders who, upon finding he can transform into an ice wolf, is separated from his twin sister Rayna, who transforms into the ice wolves? bitter enemy the scorch drag...

    Ice Wolves is a fun, magical little story about families with magic in their veins with children who become wolves or dragons. When Anders shifts into a wolf - and his sister Rayna a dragon, the two go off into their own adventures, discovering more about themselves. This was a quic...

    This book was full of excitement and fun. Also heartbreaking at times too. I'm thrilled to say that I enjoyed this book so much. It's a four star for me, and I am dying to read the next two books in this series. I also pretty much adore Amie, and am so happy that she is writing this mi...

    Anders and Rayna are street kids in Vallen and have been since they left an orphanage when they were six and the carers wanted to separate them. Life is hard. They make their way by stealing and picking pockets. But they have each other. The think of themselves as twins though their pe...

    I loved Kaufman?s sci-fi book, Illuminae, and when I was given the opportunity to pick up her book at a book festival, I was quite excited! I had very little knowledge on what the book was about other than it being a Middle Grade novel filled with Viking like magic. I went into th...

    This book is a key example of, in my opinion, what a great middle grade book should be! It was so exciting and the fantasy elements were so unique and visual, I felt like I could clearly picture everything as I read it, but more than that, I felt like I was a part of the adventure! I l...

    This was a fun, action packed but thoughtful read. I liked all the characters and the plot has definitely got me intrigued. It does read a little on the younger end of middle grade but it's still a good story and I liked it a lot. Looking forward to the next in the series. ...

    I love wolfs and dragons. I love how much the twins love each other. It was a great book to read. ...

    I can easily say that I have loved all of Amie?s books... loved loved loved them. I was super lucky to get an ARC of Ice Wolves and wow.... I ABSOLUTELY LOVED it. I was slightly hesitant about the middle grade age but I didn?t have anything to fear. This story was awesome. I love...

    Scorch dragons and ice wolves are sworn enemies. Rayna and Anders are twins living on the streets a city protected by the ice wolves. After a failed pick pocketing attempt, the two of them participate in the ceremony to determine whether they are ice wolves. Things don't go as planned,...

    This was a really fun middle-grade fantasy with lots of elements that will make kids fall in love. There are shapeshifters, dragons, wolves, boarding schools, danger, mystery, friendships, and family. Plus, there are a lot of questions around what really happened in Vallen's past betwe...

    I don't often read junior fiction, and where possible, I avoid reading anything in the fantasy genre. So I was genuinely surprised when I picked up Ice Wolves and instantly fell into the story. The characters were extremely well developed, and the story was captivating. I found myself ...

  • Kaycee Bowick (Off_The_Press)
    Jan 12, 2018

    Release date: March 27, 2018 This was such a fun read! I'll admit I mainly picked it up because: 1. I love winter (look at that gorgeous cover) 2. yay wolves 3. DRAGONS?! yes. 4. POC kids on the cover 5. Amie Kaufman. Enough said. So I didn't know a ton about the plot an...

    Most of you have probably only read Amie's young adult works thus far, but I am here to tell you all that she OWNS middle-grade?seriously. The first book of Amie's I ever read was middle-grade, and it kicked ass, and she's only gotten better with each word she writes. Ice Wolves ...

    At this point I'll read everything by Amie Kaufman, even I'll be pleasured to read her shopping list. And look at the sypnosis: "An ancient, ongoing battle between two clans of humans who can shapeshift" Duh. I'm obviously in. But, why 2018? Can't I have it earlier? ...

    **I received an advance copy of this book from the publisher via Edelweiss in exchange for an honest review. Thank you, HarperCollins!! All opinions are my own.** May it be known, that even as I write this less than positive review, that I love Aime Kaufman. Not only does she seem l...

    Well, this was positively delightful! Amie has created a very fascinating new world, reminiscent of medieval Scandinavia but with a very diverse cast of characters and complete with a unique magic system. Not to mention the shapeshifting that is . . . well, very unique! Really enjo...

    ICE WOLVES AND SCORCH DRAGONS ICE WOLVES AND SCORCH DRAGONS ICE WOLVES AND SCORCH DRAGONS ...

    Cue disappointed sigh. Kaufman?s middle-grade debut was one of most anticipated releases of next year but it was quite underwhelming. While I adore the idea of combining shapeshifting and elemental magic, the world felt generic and mild. The history of the world came across as comple...

    Middle-grade books are fun, but only if they?re funny. It?s a bunch of kids running around and doing things it?s supposed to be hysterical. And that is why I find that I didn?t enjoy Ice Wolves as much as I wanted to. Approximately 90% of the middle-grade books I?ve read so ...

    3.5 stars! Pretty solid series starter, complete with interesting world and readable plot featuring some familiar tropes. While not necessarily a new fave, I am quite curious to see what happens next. ...

    So good. I would have loved this when I was a kid. And I do now. Review to come closer to release date. ...

    Middle Grade/YA? Check. Shapeshifters? Check. Elemental Magic? Check. Wolves? Big Check. So many exciting new releases that I can't wait to get into my hands... ahhem, I mean, my classroom! Sign me up for this one! ...

  • Laura Mauro
    Dec 07, 2017

    Release date: March 27, 2018 This was such a fun read! I'll admit I mainly picked it up because: 1. I love winter (look at that gorgeous cover) 2. yay wolves 3. DRAGONS?! yes. 4. POC kids on the cover 5. Amie Kaufman. Enough said. So I didn't know a ton about the plot an...

    Most of you have probably only read Amie's young adult works thus far, but I am here to tell you all that she OWNS middle-grade?seriously. The first book of Amie's I ever read was middle-grade, and it kicked ass, and she's only gotten better with each word she writes. Ice Wolves ...

    At this point I'll read everything by Amie Kaufman, even I'll be pleasured to read her shopping list. And look at the sypnosis: "An ancient, ongoing battle between two clans of humans who can shapeshift" Duh. I'm obviously in. But, why 2018? Can't I have it earlier? ...

    **I received an advance copy of this book from the publisher via Edelweiss in exchange for an honest review. Thank you, HarperCollins!! All opinions are my own.** May it be known, that even as I write this less than positive review, that I love Aime Kaufman. Not only does she seem l...

    Well, this was positively delightful! Amie has created a very fascinating new world, reminiscent of medieval Scandinavia but with a very diverse cast of characters and complete with a unique magic system. Not to mention the shapeshifting that is . . . well, very unique! Really enjo...

    ICE WOLVES AND SCORCH DRAGONS ICE WOLVES AND SCORCH DRAGONS ICE WOLVES AND SCORCH DRAGONS ...

    Cue disappointed sigh. Kaufman?s middle-grade debut was one of most anticipated releases of next year but it was quite underwhelming. While I adore the idea of combining shapeshifting and elemental magic, the world felt generic and mild. The history of the world came across as comple...

    Middle-grade books are fun, but only if they?re funny. It?s a bunch of kids running around and doing things it?s supposed to be hysterical. And that is why I find that I didn?t enjoy Ice Wolves as much as I wanted to. Approximately 90% of the middle-grade books I?ve read so ...

    3.5 stars! Pretty solid series starter, complete with interesting world and readable plot featuring some familiar tropes. While not necessarily a new fave, I am quite curious to see what happens next. ...

    So good. I would have loved this when I was a kid. And I do now. Review to come closer to release date. ...

    Middle Grade/YA? Check. Shapeshifters? Check. Elemental Magic? Check. Wolves? Big Check. So many exciting new releases that I can't wait to get into my hands... ahhem, I mean, my classroom! Sign me up for this one! ...

    This was so much fun! Definitely need a second book asap! ...

    This review was originally posted on The Moonlight LibraryIce Wolves is the story of 12-year-old orphaned homeless boy Anders who, upon finding he can transform into an ice wolf, is separated from his twin sister Rayna, who transforms into the ice wolves? bitter enemy the scorch drag...

    Ice Wolves is a fun, magical little story about families with magic in their veins with children who become wolves or dragons. When Anders shifts into a wolf - and his sister Rayna a dragon, the two go off into their own adventures, discovering more about themselves. This was a quic...

    This book was full of excitement and fun. Also heartbreaking at times too. I'm thrilled to say that I enjoyed this book so much. It's a four star for me, and I am dying to read the next two books in this series. I also pretty much adore Amie, and am so happy that she is writing this mi...

    Anders and Rayna are street kids in Vallen and have been since they left an orphanage when they were six and the carers wanted to separate them. Life is hard. They make their way by stealing and picking pockets. But they have each other. The think of themselves as twins though their pe...

    I loved Kaufman?s sci-fi book, Illuminae, and when I was given the opportunity to pick up her book at a book festival, I was quite excited! I had very little knowledge on what the book was about other than it being a Middle Grade novel filled with Viking like magic. I went into th...

    This book is a key example of, in my opinion, what a great middle grade book should be! It was so exciting and the fantasy elements were so unique and visual, I felt like I could clearly picture everything as I read it, but more than that, I felt like I was a part of the adventure! I l...

    This was a fun, action packed but thoughtful read. I liked all the characters and the plot has definitely got me intrigued. It does read a little on the younger end of middle grade but it's still a good story and I liked it a lot. Looking forward to the next in the series. ...

    I love wolfs and dragons. I love how much the twins love each other. It was a great book to read. ...

    I can easily say that I have loved all of Amie?s books... loved loved loved them. I was super lucky to get an ARC of Ice Wolves and wow.... I ABSOLUTELY LOVED it. I was slightly hesitant about the middle grade age but I didn?t have anything to fear. This story was awesome. I love...

    Scorch dragons and ice wolves are sworn enemies. Rayna and Anders are twins living on the streets a city protected by the ice wolves. After a failed pick pocketing attempt, the two of them participate in the ceremony to determine whether they are ice wolves. Things don't go as planned,...

    This was a really fun middle-grade fantasy with lots of elements that will make kids fall in love. There are shapeshifters, dragons, wolves, boarding schools, danger, mystery, friendships, and family. Plus, there are a lot of questions around what really happened in Vallen's past betwe...

    I don't often read junior fiction, and where possible, I avoid reading anything in the fantasy genre. So I was genuinely surprised when I picked up Ice Wolves and instantly fell into the story. The characters were extremely well developed, and the story was captivating. I found myself ...

    YAY MY FIRST PHYSICAL ARC! Yet, it wasn't from the publishers. But dats okay. So, at a book exchange at my school, this book was there. Somehow. I don't know how. And, seeing that it was Amie Kaufman, and not to mention it was an ARC, of course I got it. It seemed really new when I fir...

    I really loved this book alot. I normally adore any stories that have twins and this book hit my sweat spot. I also loved the characters and how we got all of anders POV. I loved the mythology and the world building of this book so much. I also really loved the presence of the school i...

  • Angelica
    Mar 12, 2018

    Release date: March 27, 2018 This was such a fun read! I'll admit I mainly picked it up because: 1. I love winter (look at that gorgeous cover) 2. yay wolves 3. DRAGONS?! yes. 4. POC kids on the cover 5. Amie Kaufman. Enough said. So I didn't know a ton about the plot an...

    Most of you have probably only read Amie's young adult works thus far, but I am here to tell you all that she OWNS middle-grade?seriously. The first book of Amie's I ever read was middle-grade, and it kicked ass, and she's only gotten better with each word she writes. Ice Wolves ...

    At this point I'll read everything by Amie Kaufman, even I'll be pleasured to read her shopping list. And look at the sypnosis: "An ancient, ongoing battle between two clans of humans who can shapeshift" Duh. I'm obviously in. But, why 2018? Can't I have it earlier? ...

    **I received an advance copy of this book from the publisher via Edelweiss in exchange for an honest review. Thank you, HarperCollins!! All opinions are my own.** May it be known, that even as I write this less than positive review, that I love Aime Kaufman. Not only does she seem l...

  • rachel • typed truths
    Nov 23, 2017

    Release date: March 27, 2018 This was such a fun read! I'll admit I mainly picked it up because: 1. I love winter (look at that gorgeous cover) 2. yay wolves 3. DRAGONS?! yes. 4. POC kids on the cover 5. Amie Kaufman. Enough said. So I didn't know a ton about the plot an...

    Most of you have probably only read Amie's young adult works thus far, but I am here to tell you all that she OWNS middle-grade?seriously. The first book of Amie's I ever read was middle-grade, and it kicked ass, and she's only gotten better with each word she writes. Ice Wolves ...

    At this point I'll read everything by Amie Kaufman, even I'll be pleasured to read her shopping list. And look at the sypnosis: "An ancient, ongoing battle between two clans of humans who can shapeshift" Duh. I'm obviously in. But, why 2018? Can't I have it earlier? ...

    **I received an advance copy of this book from the publisher via Edelweiss in exchange for an honest review. Thank you, HarperCollins!! All opinions are my own.** May it be known, that even as I write this less than positive review, that I love Aime Kaufman. Not only does she seem l...

    Well, this was positively delightful! Amie has created a very fascinating new world, reminiscent of medieval Scandinavia but with a very diverse cast of characters and complete with a unique magic system. Not to mention the shapeshifting that is . . . well, very unique! Really enjo...

    ICE WOLVES AND SCORCH DRAGONS ICE WOLVES AND SCORCH DRAGONS ICE WOLVES AND SCORCH DRAGONS ...

    Cue disappointed sigh. Kaufman?s middle-grade debut was one of most anticipated releases of next year but it was quite underwhelming. While I adore the idea of combining shapeshifting and elemental magic, the world felt generic and mild. The history of the world came across as comple...

  • Jelena Milenković
    Apr 16, 2018

    Release date: March 27, 2018 This was such a fun read! I'll admit I mainly picked it up because: 1. I love winter (look at that gorgeous cover) 2. yay wolves 3. DRAGONS?! yes. 4. POC kids on the cover 5. Amie Kaufman. Enough said. So I didn't know a ton about the plot an...

    Most of you have probably only read Amie's young adult works thus far, but I am here to tell you all that she OWNS middle-grade?seriously. The first book of Amie's I ever read was middle-grade, and it kicked ass, and she's only gotten better with each word she writes. Ice Wolves ...

    At this point I'll read everything by Amie Kaufman, even I'll be pleasured to read her shopping list. And look at the sypnosis: "An ancient, ongoing battle between two clans of humans who can shapeshift" Duh. I'm obviously in. But, why 2018? Can't I have it earlier? ...

    **I received an advance copy of this book from the publisher via Edelweiss in exchange for an honest review. Thank you, HarperCollins!! All opinions are my own.** May it be known, that even as I write this less than positive review, that I love Aime Kaufman. Not only does she seem l...

    Well, this was positively delightful! Amie has created a very fascinating new world, reminiscent of medieval Scandinavia but with a very diverse cast of characters and complete with a unique magic system. Not to mention the shapeshifting that is . . . well, very unique! Really enjo...

    ICE WOLVES AND SCORCH DRAGONS ICE WOLVES AND SCORCH DRAGONS ICE WOLVES AND SCORCH DRAGONS ...

    Cue disappointed sigh. Kaufman?s middle-grade debut was one of most anticipated releases of next year but it was quite underwhelming. While I adore the idea of combining shapeshifting and elemental magic, the world felt generic and mild. The history of the world came across as comple...

    Middle-grade books are fun, but only if they?re funny. It?s a bunch of kids running around and doing things it?s supposed to be hysterical. And that is why I find that I didn?t enjoy Ice Wolves as much as I wanted to. Approximately 90% of the middle-grade books I?ve read so ...

    3.5 stars! Pretty solid series starter, complete with interesting world and readable plot featuring some familiar tropes. While not necessarily a new fave, I am quite curious to see what happens next. ...

    So good. I would have loved this when I was a kid. And I do now. Review to come closer to release date. ...

    Middle Grade/YA? Check. Shapeshifters? Check. Elemental Magic? Check. Wolves? Big Check. So many exciting new releases that I can't wait to get into my hands... ahhem, I mean, my classroom! Sign me up for this one! ...

    This was so much fun! Definitely need a second book asap! ...

    This review was originally posted on The Moonlight LibraryIce Wolves is the story of 12-year-old orphaned homeless boy Anders who, upon finding he can transform into an ice wolf, is separated from his twin sister Rayna, who transforms into the ice wolves? bitter enemy the scorch drag...

    Ice Wolves is a fun, magical little story about families with magic in their veins with children who become wolves or dragons. When Anders shifts into a wolf - and his sister Rayna a dragon, the two go off into their own adventures, discovering more about themselves. This was a quic...

    This book was full of excitement and fun. Also heartbreaking at times too. I'm thrilled to say that I enjoyed this book so much. It's a four star for me, and I am dying to read the next two books in this series. I also pretty much adore Amie, and am so happy that she is writing this mi...

    Anders and Rayna are street kids in Vallen and have been since they left an orphanage when they were six and the carers wanted to separate them. Life is hard. They make their way by stealing and picking pockets. But they have each other. The think of themselves as twins though their pe...

    I loved Kaufman?s sci-fi book, Illuminae, and when I was given the opportunity to pick up her book at a book festival, I was quite excited! I had very little knowledge on what the book was about other than it being a Middle Grade novel filled with Viking like magic. I went into th...

    This book is a key example of, in my opinion, what a great middle grade book should be! It was so exciting and the fantasy elements were so unique and visual, I felt like I could clearly picture everything as I read it, but more than that, I felt like I was a part of the adventure! I l...

    This was a fun, action packed but thoughtful read. I liked all the characters and the plot has definitely got me intrigued. It does read a little on the younger end of middle grade but it's still a good story and I liked it a lot. Looking forward to the next in the series. ...

    I love wolfs and dragons. I love how much the twins love each other. It was a great book to read. ...

    I can easily say that I have loved all of Amie?s books... loved loved loved them. I was super lucky to get an ARC of Ice Wolves and wow.... I ABSOLUTELY LOVED it. I was slightly hesitant about the middle grade age but I didn?t have anything to fear. This story was awesome. I love...

    Scorch dragons and ice wolves are sworn enemies. Rayna and Anders are twins living on the streets a city protected by the ice wolves. After a failed pick pocketing attempt, the two of them participate in the ceremony to determine whether they are ice wolves. Things don't go as planned,...

    This was a really fun middle-grade fantasy with lots of elements that will make kids fall in love. There are shapeshifters, dragons, wolves, boarding schools, danger, mystery, friendships, and family. Plus, there are a lot of questions around what really happened in Vallen's past betwe...

    I don't often read junior fiction, and where possible, I avoid reading anything in the fantasy genre. So I was genuinely surprised when I picked up Ice Wolves and instantly fell into the story. The characters were extremely well developed, and the story was captivating. I found myself ...

    YAY MY FIRST PHYSICAL ARC! Yet, it wasn't from the publishers. But dats okay. So, at a book exchange at my school, this book was there. Somehow. I don't know how. And, seeing that it was Amie Kaufman, and not to mention it was an ARC, of course I got it. It seemed really new when I fir...

    I really loved this book alot. I normally adore any stories that have twins and this book hit my sweat spot. I also loved the characters and how we got all of anders POV. I loved the mythology and the world building of this book so much. I also really loved the presence of the school i...

    ? MC (Anders) is POC ? Multiple POC secondary characters, including Anders' sister (Rayna) ...

    Meet Anders and Rayna, two street kids from Holbard. We see them, running around the town, trying to survive on their own. They?re orphans and they?re, allegedly, twins. And they, as I said, live on the streets. And that?s so heartbreaking, especially when you find out that they...

  • Leah
    Apr 11, 2018

    Release date: March 27, 2018 This was such a fun read! I'll admit I mainly picked it up because: 1. I love winter (look at that gorgeous cover) 2. yay wolves 3. DRAGONS?! yes. 4. POC kids on the cover 5. Amie Kaufman. Enough said. So I didn't know a ton about the plot an...

    Most of you have probably only read Amie's young adult works thus far, but I am here to tell you all that she OWNS middle-grade?seriously. The first book of Amie's I ever read was middle-grade, and it kicked ass, and she's only gotten better with each word she writes. Ice Wolves ...

    At this point I'll read everything by Amie Kaufman, even I'll be pleasured to read her shopping list. And look at the sypnosis: "An ancient, ongoing battle between two clans of humans who can shapeshift" Duh. I'm obviously in. But, why 2018? Can't I have it earlier? ...

    **I received an advance copy of this book from the publisher via Edelweiss in exchange for an honest review. Thank you, HarperCollins!! All opinions are my own.** May it be known, that even as I write this less than positive review, that I love Aime Kaufman. Not only does she seem l...

    Well, this was positively delightful! Amie has created a very fascinating new world, reminiscent of medieval Scandinavia but with a very diverse cast of characters and complete with a unique magic system. Not to mention the shapeshifting that is . . . well, very unique! Really enjo...

    ICE WOLVES AND SCORCH DRAGONS ICE WOLVES AND SCORCH DRAGONS ICE WOLVES AND SCORCH DRAGONS ...

    Cue disappointed sigh. Kaufman?s middle-grade debut was one of most anticipated releases of next year but it was quite underwhelming. While I adore the idea of combining shapeshifting and elemental magic, the world felt generic and mild. The history of the world came across as comple...

    Middle-grade books are fun, but only if they?re funny. It?s a bunch of kids running around and doing things it?s supposed to be hysterical. And that is why I find that I didn?t enjoy Ice Wolves as much as I wanted to. Approximately 90% of the middle-grade books I?ve read so ...

    3.5 stars! Pretty solid series starter, complete with interesting world and readable plot featuring some familiar tropes. While not necessarily a new fave, I am quite curious to see what happens next. ...

    So good. I would have loved this when I was a kid. And I do now. Review to come closer to release date. ...

    Middle Grade/YA? Check. Shapeshifters? Check. Elemental Magic? Check. Wolves? Big Check. So many exciting new releases that I can't wait to get into my hands... ahhem, I mean, my classroom! Sign me up for this one! ...

    This was so much fun! Definitely need a second book asap! ...

    This review was originally posted on The Moonlight LibraryIce Wolves is the story of 12-year-old orphaned homeless boy Anders who, upon finding he can transform into an ice wolf, is separated from his twin sister Rayna, who transforms into the ice wolves? bitter enemy the scorch drag...

    Ice Wolves is a fun, magical little story about families with magic in their veins with children who become wolves or dragons. When Anders shifts into a wolf - and his sister Rayna a dragon, the two go off into their own adventures, discovering more about themselves. This was a quic...

    This book was full of excitement and fun. Also heartbreaking at times too. I'm thrilled to say that I enjoyed this book so much. It's a four star for me, and I am dying to read the next two books in this series. I also pretty much adore Amie, and am so happy that she is writing this mi...

    Anders and Rayna are street kids in Vallen and have been since they left an orphanage when they were six and the carers wanted to separate them. Life is hard. They make their way by stealing and picking pockets. But they have each other. The think of themselves as twins though their pe...

    I loved Kaufman?s sci-fi book, Illuminae, and when I was given the opportunity to pick up her book at a book festival, I was quite excited! I had very little knowledge on what the book was about other than it being a Middle Grade novel filled with Viking like magic. I went into th...

    This book is a key example of, in my opinion, what a great middle grade book should be! It was so exciting and the fantasy elements were so unique and visual, I felt like I could clearly picture everything as I read it, but more than that, I felt like I was a part of the adventure! I l...

    This was a fun, action packed but thoughtful read. I liked all the characters and the plot has definitely got me intrigued. It does read a little on the younger end of middle grade but it's still a good story and I liked it a lot. Looking forward to the next in the series. ...

    I love wolfs and dragons. I love how much the twins love each other. It was a great book to read. ...

    I can easily say that I have loved all of Amie?s books... loved loved loved them. I was super lucky to get an ARC of Ice Wolves and wow.... I ABSOLUTELY LOVED it. I was slightly hesitant about the middle grade age but I didn?t have anything to fear. This story was awesome. I love...

    Scorch dragons and ice wolves are sworn enemies. Rayna and Anders are twins living on the streets a city protected by the ice wolves. After a failed pick pocketing attempt, the two of them participate in the ceremony to determine whether they are ice wolves. Things don't go as planned,...

    This was a really fun middle-grade fantasy with lots of elements that will make kids fall in love. There are shapeshifters, dragons, wolves, boarding schools, danger, mystery, friendships, and family. Plus, there are a lot of questions around what really happened in Vallen's past betwe...

    I don't often read junior fiction, and where possible, I avoid reading anything in the fantasy genre. So I was genuinely surprised when I picked up Ice Wolves and instantly fell into the story. The characters were extremely well developed, and the story was captivating. I found myself ...

    YAY MY FIRST PHYSICAL ARC! Yet, it wasn't from the publishers. But dats okay. So, at a book exchange at my school, this book was there. Somehow. I don't know how. And, seeing that it was Amie Kaufman, and not to mention it was an ARC, of course I got it. It seemed really new when I fir...

    I really loved this book alot. I normally adore any stories that have twins and this book hit my sweat spot. I also loved the characters and how we got all of anders POV. I loved the mythology and the world building of this book so much. I also really loved the presence of the school i...

    ? MC (Anders) is POC ? Multiple POC secondary characters, including Anders' sister (Rayna) ...

    Meet Anders and Rayna, two street kids from Holbard. We see them, running around the town, trying to survive on their own. They?re orphans and they?re, allegedly, twins. And they, as I said, live on the streets. And that?s so heartbreaking, especially when you find out that they...

    This was an okay book. I liked the story. The magic and shapeshifting were interesting. The setting was, too. It seems like a medieval Scandinavia. There was enough action to keep the story moving. I was disappointed that the start of the last battle was never properly explained in thi...

  • Sara Saif
    Apr 05, 2018

    Release date: March 27, 2018 This was such a fun read! I'll admit I mainly picked it up because: 1. I love winter (look at that gorgeous cover) 2. yay wolves 3. DRAGONS?! yes. 4. POC kids on the cover 5. Amie Kaufman. Enough said. So I didn't know a ton about the plot an...

    Most of you have probably only read Amie's young adult works thus far, but I am here to tell you all that she OWNS middle-grade?seriously. The first book of Amie's I ever read was middle-grade, and it kicked ass, and she's only gotten better with each word she writes. Ice Wolves ...

    At this point I'll read everything by Amie Kaufman, even I'll be pleasured to read her shopping list. And look at the sypnosis: "An ancient, ongoing battle between two clans of humans who can shapeshift" Duh. I'm obviously in. But, why 2018? Can't I have it earlier? ...

    **I received an advance copy of this book from the publisher via Edelweiss in exchange for an honest review. Thank you, HarperCollins!! All opinions are my own.** May it be known, that even as I write this less than positive review, that I love Aime Kaufman. Not only does she seem l...

    Well, this was positively delightful! Amie has created a very fascinating new world, reminiscent of medieval Scandinavia but with a very diverse cast of characters and complete with a unique magic system. Not to mention the shapeshifting that is . . . well, very unique! Really enjo...

    ICE WOLVES AND SCORCH DRAGONS ICE WOLVES AND SCORCH DRAGONS ICE WOLVES AND SCORCH DRAGONS ...

    Cue disappointed sigh. Kaufman?s middle-grade debut was one of most anticipated releases of next year but it was quite underwhelming. While I adore the idea of combining shapeshifting and elemental magic, the world felt generic and mild. The history of the world came across as comple...

    Middle-grade books are fun, but only if they?re funny. It?s a bunch of kids running around and doing things it?s supposed to be hysterical. And that is why I find that I didn?t enjoy Ice Wolves as much as I wanted to. Approximately 90% of the middle-grade books I?ve read so ...

  • Brooklyn Tayla
    Mar 31, 2018

    Release date: March 27, 2018 This was such a fun read! I'll admit I mainly picked it up because: 1. I love winter (look at that gorgeous cover) 2. yay wolves 3. DRAGONS?! yes. 4. POC kids on the cover 5. Amie Kaufman. Enough said. So I didn't know a ton about the plot an...

    Most of you have probably only read Amie's young adult works thus far, but I am here to tell you all that she OWNS middle-grade?seriously. The first book of Amie's I ever read was middle-grade, and it kicked ass, and she's only gotten better with each word she writes. Ice Wolves ...

    At this point I'll read everything by Amie Kaufman, even I'll be pleasured to read her shopping list. And look at the sypnosis: "An ancient, ongoing battle between two clans of humans who can shapeshift" Duh. I'm obviously in. But, why 2018? Can't I have it earlier? ...

    **I received an advance copy of this book from the publisher via Edelweiss in exchange for an honest review. Thank you, HarperCollins!! All opinions are my own.** May it be known, that even as I write this less than positive review, that I love Aime Kaufman. Not only does she seem l...

    Well, this was positively delightful! Amie has created a very fascinating new world, reminiscent of medieval Scandinavia but with a very diverse cast of characters and complete with a unique magic system. Not to mention the shapeshifting that is . . . well, very unique! Really enjo...

    ICE WOLVES AND SCORCH DRAGONS ICE WOLVES AND SCORCH DRAGONS ICE WOLVES AND SCORCH DRAGONS ...

    Cue disappointed sigh. Kaufman?s middle-grade debut was one of most anticipated releases of next year but it was quite underwhelming. While I adore the idea of combining shapeshifting and elemental magic, the world felt generic and mild. The history of the world came across as comple...

    Middle-grade books are fun, but only if they?re funny. It?s a bunch of kids running around and doing things it?s supposed to be hysterical. And that is why I find that I didn?t enjoy Ice Wolves as much as I wanted to. Approximately 90% of the middle-grade books I?ve read so ...

    3.5 stars! Pretty solid series starter, complete with interesting world and readable plot featuring some familiar tropes. While not necessarily a new fave, I am quite curious to see what happens next. ...

    So good. I would have loved this when I was a kid. And I do now. Review to come closer to release date. ...

    Middle Grade/YA? Check. Shapeshifters? Check. Elemental Magic? Check. Wolves? Big Check. So many exciting new releases that I can't wait to get into my hands... ahhem, I mean, my classroom! Sign me up for this one! ...

    This was so much fun! Definitely need a second book asap! ...

    This review was originally posted on The Moonlight LibraryIce Wolves is the story of 12-year-old orphaned homeless boy Anders who, upon finding he can transform into an ice wolf, is separated from his twin sister Rayna, who transforms into the ice wolves? bitter enemy the scorch drag...

    Ice Wolves is a fun, magical little story about families with magic in their veins with children who become wolves or dragons. When Anders shifts into a wolf - and his sister Rayna a dragon, the two go off into their own adventures, discovering more about themselves. This was a quic...

    This book was full of excitement and fun. Also heartbreaking at times too. I'm thrilled to say that I enjoyed this book so much. It's a four star for me, and I am dying to read the next two books in this series. I also pretty much adore Amie, and am so happy that she is writing this mi...

    Anders and Rayna are street kids in Vallen and have been since they left an orphanage when they were six and the carers wanted to separate them. Life is hard. They make their way by stealing and picking pockets. But they have each other. The think of themselves as twins though their pe...

    I loved Kaufman?s sci-fi book, Illuminae, and when I was given the opportunity to pick up her book at a book festival, I was quite excited! I had very little knowledge on what the book was about other than it being a Middle Grade novel filled with Viking like magic. I went into th...

    This book is a key example of, in my opinion, what a great middle grade book should be! It was so exciting and the fantasy elements were so unique and visual, I felt like I could clearly picture everything as I read it, but more than that, I felt like I was a part of the adventure! I l...

  • Fatima  Havilliard
    Feb 27, 2016

    Release date: March 27, 2018 This was such a fun read! I'll admit I mainly picked it up because: 1. I love winter (look at that gorgeous cover) 2. yay wolves 3. DRAGONS?! yes. 4. POC kids on the cover 5. Amie Kaufman. Enough said. So I didn't know a ton about the plot an...

    Most of you have probably only read Amie's young adult works thus far, but I am here to tell you all that she OWNS middle-grade?seriously. The first book of Amie's I ever read was middle-grade, and it kicked ass, and she's only gotten better with each word she writes. Ice Wolves ...

    At this point I'll read everything by Amie Kaufman, even I'll be pleasured to read her shopping list. And look at the sypnosis: "An ancient, ongoing battle between two clans of humans who can shapeshift" Duh. I'm obviously in. But, why 2018? Can't I have it earlier? ...

  • Julie Daniels
    Feb 20, 2018

    Release date: March 27, 2018 This was such a fun read! I'll admit I mainly picked it up because: 1. I love winter (look at that gorgeous cover) 2. yay wolves 3. DRAGONS?! yes. 4. POC kids on the cover 5. Amie Kaufman. Enough said. So I didn't know a ton about the plot an...

    Most of you have probably only read Amie's young adult works thus far, but I am here to tell you all that she OWNS middle-grade?seriously. The first book of Amie's I ever read was middle-grade, and it kicked ass, and she's only gotten better with each word she writes. Ice Wolves ...

    At this point I'll read everything by Amie Kaufman, even I'll be pleasured to read her shopping list. And look at the sypnosis: "An ancient, ongoing battle between two clans of humans who can shapeshift" Duh. I'm obviously in. But, why 2018? Can't I have it earlier? ...

    **I received an advance copy of this book from the publisher via Edelweiss in exchange for an honest review. Thank you, HarperCollins!! All opinions are my own.** May it be known, that even as I write this less than positive review, that I love Aime Kaufman. Not only does she seem l...

    Well, this was positively delightful! Amie has created a very fascinating new world, reminiscent of medieval Scandinavia but with a very diverse cast of characters and complete with a unique magic system. Not to mention the shapeshifting that is . . . well, very unique! Really enjo...

    ICE WOLVES AND SCORCH DRAGONS ICE WOLVES AND SCORCH DRAGONS ICE WOLVES AND SCORCH DRAGONS ...

    Cue disappointed sigh. Kaufman?s middle-grade debut was one of most anticipated releases of next year but it was quite underwhelming. While I adore the idea of combining shapeshifting and elemental magic, the world felt generic and mild. The history of the world came across as comple...

    Middle-grade books are fun, but only if they?re funny. It?s a bunch of kids running around and doing things it?s supposed to be hysterical. And that is why I find that I didn?t enjoy Ice Wolves as much as I wanted to. Approximately 90% of the middle-grade books I?ve read so ...

    3.5 stars! Pretty solid series starter, complete with interesting world and readable plot featuring some familiar tropes. While not necessarily a new fave, I am quite curious to see what happens next. ...

    So good. I would have loved this when I was a kid. And I do now. Review to come closer to release date. ...

  • Cait • A Page with a View
    Jan 11, 2018

    Release date: March 27, 2018 This was such a fun read! I'll admit I mainly picked it up because: 1. I love winter (look at that gorgeous cover) 2. yay wolves 3. DRAGONS?! yes. 4. POC kids on the cover 5. Amie Kaufman. Enough said. So I didn't know a ton about the plot an...

  • Annie (Diverse Reads)
    Nov 30, 2017

    Release date: March 27, 2018 This was such a fun read! I'll admit I mainly picked it up because: 1. I love winter (look at that gorgeous cover) 2. yay wolves 3. DRAGONS?! yes. 4. POC kids on the cover 5. Amie Kaufman. Enough said. So I didn't know a ton about the plot an...

    Most of you have probably only read Amie's young adult works thus far, but I am here to tell you all that she OWNS middle-grade?seriously. The first book of Amie's I ever read was middle-grade, and it kicked ass, and she's only gotten better with each word she writes. Ice Wolves ...

    At this point I'll read everything by Amie Kaufman, even I'll be pleasured to read her shopping list. And look at the sypnosis: "An ancient, ongoing battle between two clans of humans who can shapeshift" Duh. I'm obviously in. But, why 2018? Can't I have it earlier? ...

    **I received an advance copy of this book from the publisher via Edelweiss in exchange for an honest review. Thank you, HarperCollins!! All opinions are my own.** May it be known, that even as I write this less than positive review, that I love Aime Kaufman. Not only does she seem l...

    Well, this was positively delightful! Amie has created a very fascinating new world, reminiscent of medieval Scandinavia but with a very diverse cast of characters and complete with a unique magic system. Not to mention the shapeshifting that is . . . well, very unique! Really enjo...

    ICE WOLVES AND SCORCH DRAGONS ICE WOLVES AND SCORCH DRAGONS ICE WOLVES AND SCORCH DRAGONS ...

    Cue disappointed sigh. Kaufman?s middle-grade debut was one of most anticipated releases of next year but it was quite underwhelming. While I adore the idea of combining shapeshifting and elemental magic, the world felt generic and mild. The history of the world came across as comple...

    Middle-grade books are fun, but only if they?re funny. It?s a bunch of kids running around and doing things it?s supposed to be hysterical. And that is why I find that I didn?t enjoy Ice Wolves as much as I wanted to. Approximately 90% of the middle-grade books I?ve read so ...

    3.5 stars! Pretty solid series starter, complete with interesting world and readable plot featuring some familiar tropes. While not necessarily a new fave, I am quite curious to see what happens next. ...

    So good. I would have loved this when I was a kid. And I do now. Review to come closer to release date. ...

    Middle Grade/YA? Check. Shapeshifters? Check. Elemental Magic? Check. Wolves? Big Check. So many exciting new releases that I can't wait to get into my hands... ahhem, I mean, my classroom! Sign me up for this one! ...

    This was so much fun! Definitely need a second book asap! ...

    This review was originally posted on The Moonlight LibraryIce Wolves is the story of 12-year-old orphaned homeless boy Anders who, upon finding he can transform into an ice wolf, is separated from his twin sister Rayna, who transforms into the ice wolves? bitter enemy the scorch drag...

    Ice Wolves is a fun, magical little story about families with magic in their veins with children who become wolves or dragons. When Anders shifts into a wolf - and his sister Rayna a dragon, the two go off into their own adventures, discovering more about themselves. This was a quic...

    This book was full of excitement and fun. Also heartbreaking at times too. I'm thrilled to say that I enjoyed this book so much. It's a four star for me, and I am dying to read the next two books in this series. I also pretty much adore Amie, and am so happy that she is writing this mi...

    Anders and Rayna are street kids in Vallen and have been since they left an orphanage when they were six and the carers wanted to separate them. Life is hard. They make their way by stealing and picking pockets. But they have each other. The think of themselves as twins though their pe...

    I loved Kaufman?s sci-fi book, Illuminae, and when I was given the opportunity to pick up her book at a book festival, I was quite excited! I had very little knowledge on what the book was about other than it being a Middle Grade novel filled with Viking like magic. I went into th...

    This book is a key example of, in my opinion, what a great middle grade book should be! It was so exciting and the fantasy elements were so unique and visual, I felt like I could clearly picture everything as I read it, but more than that, I felt like I was a part of the adventure! I l...

    This was a fun, action packed but thoughtful read. I liked all the characters and the plot has definitely got me intrigued. It does read a little on the younger end of middle grade but it's still a good story and I liked it a lot. Looking forward to the next in the series. ...

    I love wolfs and dragons. I love how much the twins love each other. It was a great book to read. ...

    I can easily say that I have loved all of Amie?s books... loved loved loved them. I was super lucky to get an ARC of Ice Wolves and wow.... I ABSOLUTELY LOVED it. I was slightly hesitant about the middle grade age but I didn?t have anything to fear. This story was awesome. I love...

    Scorch dragons and ice wolves are sworn enemies. Rayna and Anders are twins living on the streets a city protected by the ice wolves. After a failed pick pocketing attempt, the two of them participate in the ceremony to determine whether they are ice wolves. Things don't go as planned,...

    This was a really fun middle-grade fantasy with lots of elements that will make kids fall in love. There are shapeshifters, dragons, wolves, boarding schools, danger, mystery, friendships, and family. Plus, there are a lot of questions around what really happened in Vallen's past betwe...

    I don't often read junior fiction, and where possible, I avoid reading anything in the fantasy genre. So I was genuinely surprised when I picked up Ice Wolves and instantly fell into the story. The characters were extremely well developed, and the story was captivating. I found myself ...

    YAY MY FIRST PHYSICAL ARC! Yet, it wasn't from the publishers. But dats okay. So, at a book exchange at my school, this book was there. Somehow. I don't know how. And, seeing that it was Amie Kaufman, and not to mention it was an ARC, of course I got it. It seemed really new when I fir...

    I really loved this book alot. I normally adore any stories that have twins and this book hit my sweat spot. I also loved the characters and how we got all of anders POV. I loved the mythology and the world building of this book so much. I also really loved the presence of the school i...

    ? MC (Anders) is POC ? Multiple POC secondary characters, including Anders' sister (Rayna) ...

  • Katherine
    Jan 18, 2018

    Release date: March 27, 2018 This was such a fun read! I'll admit I mainly picked it up because: 1. I love winter (look at that gorgeous cover) 2. yay wolves 3. DRAGONS?! yes. 4. POC kids on the cover 5. Amie Kaufman. Enough said. So I didn't know a ton about the plot an...

    Most of you have probably only read Amie's young adult works thus far, but I am here to tell you all that she OWNS middle-grade?seriously. The first book of Amie's I ever read was middle-grade, and it kicked ass, and she's only gotten better with each word she writes. Ice Wolves ...

    At this point I'll read everything by Amie Kaufman, even I'll be pleasured to read her shopping list. And look at the sypnosis: "An ancient, ongoing battle between two clans of humans who can shapeshift" Duh. I'm obviously in. But, why 2018? Can't I have it earlier? ...

    **I received an advance copy of this book from the publisher via Edelweiss in exchange for an honest review. Thank you, HarperCollins!! All opinions are my own.** May it be known, that even as I write this less than positive review, that I love Aime Kaufman. Not only does she seem l...

    Well, this was positively delightful! Amie has created a very fascinating new world, reminiscent of medieval Scandinavia but with a very diverse cast of characters and complete with a unique magic system. Not to mention the shapeshifting that is . . . well, very unique! Really enjo...

    ICE WOLVES AND SCORCH DRAGONS ICE WOLVES AND SCORCH DRAGONS ICE WOLVES AND SCORCH DRAGONS ...

    Cue disappointed sigh. Kaufman?s middle-grade debut was one of most anticipated releases of next year but it was quite underwhelming. While I adore the idea of combining shapeshifting and elemental magic, the world felt generic and mild. The history of the world came across as comple...

    Middle-grade books are fun, but only if they?re funny. It?s a bunch of kids running around and doing things it?s supposed to be hysterical. And that is why I find that I didn?t enjoy Ice Wolves as much as I wanted to. Approximately 90% of the middle-grade books I?ve read so ...

    3.5 stars! Pretty solid series starter, complete with interesting world and readable plot featuring some familiar tropes. While not necessarily a new fave, I am quite curious to see what happens next. ...

    So good. I would have loved this when I was a kid. And I do now. Review to come closer to release date. ...

    Middle Grade/YA? Check. Shapeshifters? Check. Elemental Magic? Check. Wolves? Big Check. So many exciting new releases that I can't wait to get into my hands... ahhem, I mean, my classroom! Sign me up for this one! ...

    This was so much fun! Definitely need a second book asap! ...

    This review was originally posted on The Moonlight LibraryIce Wolves is the story of 12-year-old orphaned homeless boy Anders who, upon finding he can transform into an ice wolf, is separated from his twin sister Rayna, who transforms into the ice wolves? bitter enemy the scorch drag...

    Ice Wolves is a fun, magical little story about families with magic in their veins with children who become wolves or dragons. When Anders shifts into a wolf - and his sister Rayna a dragon, the two go off into their own adventures, discovering more about themselves. This was a quic...

    This book was full of excitement and fun. Also heartbreaking at times too. I'm thrilled to say that I enjoyed this book so much. It's a four star for me, and I am dying to read the next two books in this series. I also pretty much adore Amie, and am so happy that she is writing this mi...

    Anders and Rayna are street kids in Vallen and have been since they left an orphanage when they were six and the carers wanted to separate them. Life is hard. They make their way by stealing and picking pockets. But they have each other. The think of themselves as twins though their pe...

    I loved Kaufman?s sci-fi book, Illuminae, and when I was given the opportunity to pick up her book at a book festival, I was quite excited! I had very little knowledge on what the book was about other than it being a Middle Grade novel filled with Viking like magic. I went into th...

    This book is a key example of, in my opinion, what a great middle grade book should be! It was so exciting and the fantasy elements were so unique and visual, I felt like I could clearly picture everything as I read it, but more than that, I felt like I was a part of the adventure! I l...

    This was a fun, action packed but thoughtful read. I liked all the characters and the plot has definitely got me intrigued. It does read a little on the younger end of middle grade but it's still a good story and I liked it a lot. Looking forward to the next in the series. ...

    I love wolfs and dragons. I love how much the twins love each other. It was a great book to read. ...

    I can easily say that I have loved all of Amie?s books... loved loved loved them. I was super lucky to get an ARC of Ice Wolves and wow.... I ABSOLUTELY LOVED it. I was slightly hesitant about the middle grade age but I didn?t have anything to fear. This story was awesome. I love...

    Scorch dragons and ice wolves are sworn enemies. Rayna and Anders are twins living on the streets a city protected by the ice wolves. After a failed pick pocketing attempt, the two of them participate in the ceremony to determine whether they are ice wolves. Things don't go as planned,...

    This was a really fun middle-grade fantasy with lots of elements that will make kids fall in love. There are shapeshifters, dragons, wolves, boarding schools, danger, mystery, friendships, and family. Plus, there are a lot of questions around what really happened in Vallen's past betwe...

    I don't often read junior fiction, and where possible, I avoid reading anything in the fantasy genre. So I was genuinely surprised when I picked up Ice Wolves and instantly fell into the story. The characters were extremely well developed, and the story was captivating. I found myself ...

    YAY MY FIRST PHYSICAL ARC! Yet, it wasn't from the publishers. But dats okay. So, at a book exchange at my school, this book was there. Somehow. I don't know how. And, seeing that it was Amie Kaufman, and not to mention it was an ARC, of course I got it. It seemed really new when I fir...

  • Megan Rivera
    Mar 09, 2018

    Release date: March 27, 2018 This was such a fun read! I'll admit I mainly picked it up because: 1. I love winter (look at that gorgeous cover) 2. yay wolves 3. DRAGONS?! yes. 4. POC kids on the cover 5. Amie Kaufman. Enough said. So I didn't know a ton about the plot an...

    Most of you have probably only read Amie's young adult works thus far, but I am here to tell you all that she OWNS middle-grade?seriously. The first book of Amie's I ever read was middle-grade, and it kicked ass, and she's only gotten better with each word she writes. Ice Wolves ...

    At this point I'll read everything by Amie Kaufman, even I'll be pleasured to read her shopping list. And look at the sypnosis: "An ancient, ongoing battle between two clans of humans who can shapeshift" Duh. I'm obviously in. But, why 2018? Can't I have it earlier? ...

    **I received an advance copy of this book from the publisher via Edelweiss in exchange for an honest review. Thank you, HarperCollins!! All opinions are my own.** May it be known, that even as I write this less than positive review, that I love Aime Kaufman. Not only does she seem l...

    Well, this was positively delightful! Amie has created a very fascinating new world, reminiscent of medieval Scandinavia but with a very diverse cast of characters and complete with a unique magic system. Not to mention the shapeshifting that is . . . well, very unique! Really enjo...

    ICE WOLVES AND SCORCH DRAGONS ICE WOLVES AND SCORCH DRAGONS ICE WOLVES AND SCORCH DRAGONS ...

    Cue disappointed sigh. Kaufman?s middle-grade debut was one of most anticipated releases of next year but it was quite underwhelming. While I adore the idea of combining shapeshifting and elemental magic, the world felt generic and mild. The history of the world came across as comple...

    Middle-grade books are fun, but only if they?re funny. It?s a bunch of kids running around and doing things it?s supposed to be hysterical. And that is why I find that I didn?t enjoy Ice Wolves as much as I wanted to. Approximately 90% of the middle-grade books I?ve read so ...

    3.5 stars! Pretty solid series starter, complete with interesting world and readable plot featuring some familiar tropes. While not necessarily a new fave, I am quite curious to see what happens next. ...

    So good. I would have loved this when I was a kid. And I do now. Review to come closer to release date. ...

    Middle Grade/YA? Check. Shapeshifters? Check. Elemental Magic? Check. Wolves? Big Check. So many exciting new releases that I can't wait to get into my hands... ahhem, I mean, my classroom! Sign me up for this one! ...

    This was so much fun! Definitely need a second book asap! ...

    This review was originally posted on The Moonlight LibraryIce Wolves is the story of 12-year-old orphaned homeless boy Anders who, upon finding he can transform into an ice wolf, is separated from his twin sister Rayna, who transforms into the ice wolves? bitter enemy the scorch drag...

    Ice Wolves is a fun, magical little story about families with magic in their veins with children who become wolves or dragons. When Anders shifts into a wolf - and his sister Rayna a dragon, the two go off into their own adventures, discovering more about themselves. This was a quic...

    This book was full of excitement and fun. Also heartbreaking at times too. I'm thrilled to say that I enjoyed this book so much. It's a four star for me, and I am dying to read the next two books in this series. I also pretty much adore Amie, and am so happy that she is writing this mi...

    Anders and Rayna are street kids in Vallen and have been since they left an orphanage when they were six and the carers wanted to separate them. Life is hard. They make their way by stealing and picking pockets. But they have each other. The think of themselves as twins though their pe...

    I loved Kaufman?s sci-fi book, Illuminae, and when I was given the opportunity to pick up her book at a book festival, I was quite excited! I had very little knowledge on what the book was about other than it being a Middle Grade novel filled with Viking like magic. I went into th...

    This book is a key example of, in my opinion, what a great middle grade book should be! It was so exciting and the fantasy elements were so unique and visual, I felt like I could clearly picture everything as I read it, but more than that, I felt like I was a part of the adventure! I l...

    This was a fun, action packed but thoughtful read. I liked all the characters and the plot has definitely got me intrigued. It does read a little on the younger end of middle grade but it's still a good story and I liked it a lot. Looking forward to the next in the series. ...

    I love wolfs and dragons. I love how much the twins love each other. It was a great book to read. ...