- Hardcover: 384 pages
- Publisher: Del Rey (27 January 2019)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 1785039717
- ISBN-13: 978-1785039713
- Product Dimensions: 14.4 x 3.5 x 22.2 cm
- Average Customer Review: 4 customer reviews
- Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #5,910 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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"Beautifully written, this adventure shimmers and shines with magic of all kinds. Heart-stoppingly good and unmissable" (SUNDAY EXPRESS)
"The Winter of the Witch plunges us back to fourteenth-century Moscow, where old gods and new vie for the soul of Russia and fate rests on a witch girl’s slender shoulders. Prepare to have your heart ripped out, loaned back to you full of snow and magic, and ripped out some more..." (LAINI TAYLOR)
"Haunting and enchanting story, rich in folklore and fantasy that will transport you into the heart of medieval Russia" (The Sun)
"If you're a lover of fairytales and haven't yet encountered the Winternight trilogy you are in for an absolute treat. It's truly magical" (THE POOL)
"The Winter of the Witch, the third in Katherine Arden's magical Winternight Trilogy, creates a layered world full of Russian myths and legends" (EMERALD STREET)
About the Author
Born in Austin, Texas, Katherine Arden spent her junior year of high school in Rennes, France. Following her acceptance to Middlebury College in Vermont, she deferred enrolment for a year in order to live and study in Moscow. At Middlebury, she specialized in French and Russian literature. After receiving her BA, she moved to Maui, Hawaii, working every kind of odd job imaginable, from grant writing and making crêpes to serving as a personal tour guide. After a year on the island, she moved to Briançon, France, and spent nine months teaching. She then returned to Maui, stayed for nearly a year, then left again to wander. C currently she lives in Vermont, but really, you never know. She is the author of The Bear and the Nightingale and The Girl in the Tower. These novels make up the first two parts of The Winter night Trilogy.
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It takes off right after the events at the end of Book 2 - The Girl in the Tower and hurtles down a path of tortuous and unrelenting danger where trust and friendship are scarce, and sacrifice demanded with every breath. Arden refines her writing and plotting from the previous two books, to weave an intricate, layered narrative, that brings together all the main characters in a believable and fitting conclusion to the tale. I particularly love Vasya’s character development - her will to survive in the face of seemingly insurmountable odds and her love for her family. The bond between Sasha, Olya and Vasya is especially dear to my heart because it is exactly the bond I share with my brother who passed away a decade ago this day. A very personal, intimate connect for me with this book therefore.
Arden’s writing has that haunting quality (akin to Madeline Miller and Diane Setterfield), that does justice to the image of untamed Russia that I’ve imagined in my head since the beginning of the series - wild, mysterious, brooding, somber and utterly enchanting! She brings to life for me on the page, especially in Midnight!
I’m left with the usual bittersweet feeling I always have when I’ve just finished a book I love and have to leave a world I’ve loved to inhabit! I look forward to re-reading this in the future and losing myself once again in wild Russia. Highly recommended!
I agree that I didn’t know what to expect from this conclusion, but Arden surprised me in the most unusual ways.
Since this is the third and final book of the trilogy, there might be spoilers from the first two books.
Vasya has just emerged from a tragedy. She has also lost the love of her life and is recovering from nasty physical injuries.
The people of Moscow want Vasya to burn, but its not the witch that will urn. Its the city and with that the men in power. Vasya has made certain difficult choices, but this time there won’t be second chances. But she needs to survive and she needs some serious help.
The plot is full of ups and downs and just when you start to get disappointed, the story takes a flip. A lot of us expected Vasya and Morozko to come together as a unit, but I am so happy to see that Vasya is at the center and it is she who controls the story throughout. I loved every bit of this boo, including certain gruesome deaths (which made me sad too).
I can not recommend this trilogy enough.