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Demons were simple. Freya could handle Demons. Fae? Not so much.Finishing her GCSEs should have been a cause for celebration for Freya Snow, the now renowned Demon hunter. Especially with her guardian promising to show her the rest of the city's magical community.But when a girl runs from prom at midnight, losing her shoe, and another pricks her finger and falls into a comDemons were simple. Freya could handle Demons. Fae? Not so much.Finishing her GCSEs should have been a cause for celebration for Freya Snow, the now renowned Demon hunter. Especially with her guardian promising to show her the rest of the city's magical community.But when a girl runs from prom at midnight, losing her shoe, and another pricks her finger and falls into a coma, it becomes clear that they're acting out fairy tales.When her foster mother sends an assassin to kill her and retrieve her heart, Freya realises that she's under the curse too.And she's playing Snow White.Some day her prince may come, but Freya's not big on waiting.WHITE is the second book in the Freya Snow YA fantasy series....

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  • Rosemary Standeven
    2018-11-04 14:36

    Freya Snow has grown into her magic – which is quite convenient, as she now seems to be needing to defend herself continually against demon attacks. Her days are spent at school, and in the normal world, while her nights are dedicated to ridding the city of rogue demons. There are many parallels to “Buffy, the Vampire Slayer” (one of my all-time favourite TV series) – a strong central female character who can hold her own against supernatural fiends, some friends to help out with research and combat training, oblivious (foster) parents and general population. However, Freya doesn’t have a centuries old love interest. She and Damon are just friends, of the same age. And the vampyres are neutral and don’t tend to kill humans. There is a new player in town, who appears to have cast a fairy tale curse. That is, people start to act out parts of fairy tales. There is Sleeping Beauty, Little Red Riding Hood – and especially for Freya – Snow White. You think you know the plots – but as Freya points out, there are many versions of each tale – and they are not all pleasant, sanitised stories. You don’t know how each will turn out, and even when you know what to look out for, you may not be able to avoid disaster. Freya must discover who cast the curse, and why, and stop the caster before anyone (apart from rogue demons) is killed or abducted. Emotions run high in this episode. Damon, Freya, Alice and Amber are all still keeping their secrets close. The rule forbidding magic wielders from informing humans of their existence, may be causing some unintended harm. Wouldn’t you love sometimes to have an Aferbulum incantation to hand, so you could say/do what you wanted, and then wipe someone’s memory, as though it never happened.This series continues to go from strength to strength. I love it, and can barely wait for my next fix.I received this copy from the author in exchange for an honest review

  • Khailan
    2018-10-21 18:51

    I really loved this book. I loved the development of Freya's character and story, as well as the development of other characters and the world-building. I can't wait to read the next one!

  • Briennai Jackson
    2018-11-10 13:33

    Freya Snow thought that things were going to start calming down and that her biggest issue would be her one-sided crush on Damon. However, soon people in the town have things happen to them that seem to be straight out of fairy tales. For example, a girl runs from her prom at midnight, losing her shoe, and a girl pricks her finger and ends up in a coma. Even Freya herself is dealing with changes in her life, as her formerly kind foster mother turns abusive towards her. Now it is up to Freya to discover who is making the lives of the people of her town into fairytales, and how to stop them before someone dies.This story reminded me a lot of Once Upon a Time, which is good because I loved Once Upon A Time. I love hearing about fairy tales and how they could be implemented or how they apply to the current world, and this story definitely delved into this. The series is definitely not losing its shine as the books go on, and I cannot wait to see what happens next.

  • Judith Cohen
    2018-11-14 16:55

    This is a very well done story that brings classic fantasy stories into play in real life as a result of some particularly powerful magic, and a string-willed heroine who (as the kindle blurb notes) isn't willing to simply accept her Snow White "casting" and wait for some prince to come rescue her. LC Mawson does a wonderful job in telling her tale, and it's one with a powerful and exciting plot and truly excellent lead and supporting characters. And, of yes, the lead happens to be bisexual and have Aspergers, but so what? It certainly adds some "color" making this character more distinctive, but otherwise is not relevant or important, which in itself is an important message.Highly recommended.

  • Jennifer Manning
    2018-11-09 11:53

    Thrilling YA supernatural book series! I really enjoy reading as Freya comes into her powers and her confidence grows. Her relationship with Damon also grows! Good laughs, imaginative scenery, and enticing characters! Well done!!

  • JenGarren-Manning
    2018-10-21 13:55

    Love it! I had so much fun reading this. Fairy tales are supposed to be fun, but when a city is becoming trapped by the Fae in them it can be deadly. Damon is there with Freya trying to work on saving the city, but when Freya becomes a victim, what's he going to do? You'll just have to find out!

  • Trish Strong
    2018-10-18 15:51

    Really enjoyed this.Yet another series by L.C. Mawson that is thoroughly enjoyable.

  • Robby Charters
    2018-11-01 11:57

    On the surface, she's a teenager with Aspergers, a wiz at maths and science, an orphan, and living in a foster home. When her foster mother is unaware, she goes off, hunting hybrid vampires and demons, using a combination of martial arts and magic. Another thing, Freya isn't exactly human. She looks human, but she and her mother and her aunt Tilly are related to the fairies. She also has a ghost named Amber as a mentor and trainer.Freya's friends are all normal humans who don't know much about magic, witches, vampires or fairies. When strange events start happening that resemble elements of well known fairy tales, they do begin to wonder. One girl dashes away from the Prom, leaving a silver slipper behind, and a love-struck young man makes inquiries on Facebook. Another goes into a coma on pricking herself with a needle. Then, Freya finds herself in the story of Snow White. This is obviously a deeper and more powerful type of magic than the local magical community knows about, and soon Freya is in over her head. In fact, she finds she's the focal point of the activity, and that the whole world as she knows it, is at risk.L.C. writes a great story, hard to put down, and a challenge to the imagination. A browse through her bio reveals that she concentrates a lot of her writing and research on autism, and how to portray characters in the autism spectrum. This aspect was also of special interest to me, as we have Aspergers in our family as well. It looks like something that could grow into a sub-genre.Another sub-genre this YA fantasy novel would fit is GLBT, as the main character is bisexual. Though this might not be to the taste of some, including myself, it doesn't take away from the magic and enjoyment of a good story.I was given a copy of this by the author in exchange for a fair and honest review.

  • Marian Thorpe
    2018-11-17 16:02

    In my review of Hunt, the first book of the Freya Snow series, I wrote “I’ll be interested to see how Lucy Mawson develops as a writer over the next few years; I think she’s worth watching.” In Snow, the second volume of Freya Snow’s adventures, I am pleased to see that both the author’s writing and the world-building have developed considerably.In White, which I would describe as Buffy: Vampire Slayer meets Into the Woods, much more of the backstory of Freya’s magical heritage is revealed. Previous characters are more fully realized and new ones introduced, and there is even an undercurrent of romance. There is a stronger element of urban fantasy – at one point Freya visits a magical marketplace hidden in an old building in her town – which reminded me of scenes from early work by Charles de Lint.There were still a few twists and turns in the plot I either found difficult to follow or thought needed a more thorough explanation. But overall I read White with enjoyment and appreciation, especially liking the way Mawson brought characters and themes from both classic and more modern fairy-tales into Freya’s world. A mermaid with ‘Christian-Anderson syndrome’ had me laughing out loud.The production quality of the ARC I read was excellent: I noticed neither typos nor formatting errors.Four stars for White, and I hope the next book in the series is as good.Review by Goodreads author Marian Thorpe Empire's DaughterThe author provided me with a pre-publication copy in exchange for an honest review.

  • Devon H
    2018-10-19 17:56

    You know how sometimes sequels feel the same as the first book except worse? They have the same plot line, same character development, etc? This is not the case for White. Mawson once again crafted a beautiful story in which Freya goes deeper into her roots. A coming of age story, I loved how it was twisted to resemble several fairytales rolled into the fantasy world that is Freya's Earth. That is certainly a different plot line than the first part in the series, although Mawson does a nice job of wrapping up loose ends from the last book in moving forward.My heart is beginning to hurt a little over the star-crossed lovers, but readers are introduced to new details around Freya and Damon's relationship as well as a little treat from the Shadow Realm. It's enough to get me through until the next book, maybe. And of course Jamie's role in all of this is fascinating. Is she a lover or a fighter? I would've loved to see her character develop a little more in the book. I can't help but feel that Freya was actually kind of a jerk to Jamie the entire story. In the end, Jamie's experience was wrapped up nicely and she was sent on her way. I hope there is more to come from her, however.All in all, I kind of wish I was discovering these books a few years later so I could binge read the whole series in one weekend. I'm really enjoying these books. I received an ARC from the author in exchange for an honest review.You can read more of my reviews at https://showthisbooksomelovewordpress...

  • Aurora
    2018-11-01 10:51

    This book blows the previous Freya Snow book out of the water.Without revealing too much I'll just say that we learn a lot of interesting things about the magical community and that the fairy tale plot makes for a lot of fun. The story gets rolling fast and the momentum doesn't stop from that point on.The concise, easy-to-process writing from the first book remains, while there's a lot of added clarity. Minor characters now get more solid introductions and flashbacks are easy to make sense of. Those were my main areas of complaint with the first book, Hunt, but this time around there was nothing to mar my enjoyment.It's one of the most fun reads I've had in a long time, period. 5 stars, no doubt about it.

  • Bethany Sheldahl
    2018-11-17 16:46

    I got an ebook of this book from the author in exchange for doing this review. The Freya Snow series just gets better and better! In this sequel to Hunt, the fifteen-year-old, probably autistic magical orphan Freya Snow is fighting demons and learning to use magic. Things get complicated when Freya realizes someone is casting a spell that makes fairy tales come to life - especially when she winds up trapped in the role of Snow White and discovers the Fae want her. The magical world is creatively told, and the autistic (also bisexual!) character is portrayed brilliantly. I can't wait for the third book!

  • TE
    2018-10-23 12:40

    This was a trip down the rabbit hole and into the shadow realm and back. Fun read.