This is going to be one of those books, come December, I’m gonna wish I would have read in December.😂
Publication: October 1st 2019
Synopsis: What if Anna and Elsa never knew each other?
As the future Queen of Arendelle, Princess Elsa’s life is full of expectation and responsibility-not to mention, questions. What type of ruler will she be? When will she have to pick a suitor? And why has she always harbored the feeling that some critical piece of herself is missing?
Following the unexpected death of her parents, Elsa is forced to answer those questions sooner than she’d hoped, becoming the sole ruler of her kingdom and growing lonelier than ever. But when mysterious powers begin to reveal themselves, Elsa starts to remember fragments of her childhood that seem to have been erased-pieces that include a very familiar-looking girl. Determined to fill the void she has always felt, Elsa must take a harrowing journey across her icy kingdom to undo a terrible curse . . . and find the missing Princess of Arendelle.
Review/Thoughts: When Grand Pabbie goes to change Anna’s memories so she forgets about magic. Elsa intervenes, not wanting Anna to forget. The two of them are thick as thieves. How could Elsa have powers and not tell Anna? An accident happens and Grand Pabbie is forced to change both of their memories, as well as the whole kingdom, so they can’t remember they are sisters, only the King and Queen know the truth. Elsa stays in Arendella and is remembered as the only heir to the throne. Anna is forgotten as Arendella’s princess and is sent to live in the small village of Harmon with Queen Iduna’s closest friend.
In this book we got to see a lot more of King Agnarr and Queen Iduna. Which is something I was so thankful for. We didn’t get to see a lot of them in the first movie, in this book we get to see them more. We got to spend more time with them and a chance fall in love with these two rulers. King Agnarr is loving father and a great leader. Queen Iduna loves both her girls, and you can tell she’s hurting. She loves both her daughters dearly, and wants them to be around each other but if can not be that way for it isn’t safe for them.
If I had to pick a favorite Frozen character if probably would be Kristoff. Kristoff is still, well, Kristoff in the book. He’s still talking to Sven, or rather, for Sven as he puts it. I loved how he was introduced, and I loved how him and Anna interacted throughout the whole story. They’re also a really cute duo throughout the book.
Hans. He’s still evil and still wanting to rule Arendelle. He is a tricky bugger. He’s so…agh! His whole game of lying and twisting his own words so he sounds like the good guy. I mean you know what’s coming so you can see right through his lies, but whenever he did I felt like reaching into the book and punching him.
The Duke of Weaselton. I forgot how annoying that guy was. Seriously! He’s still so, so annoying.
I will admit I like this book more than the 1st movie. Probably cause it’s twisted or the fact it has no signing it. Will I read it again? Yes, yes I will. I don’t know how often though, but I can see myself reading it again sometime. Am I looking forward to Frozen 2 hitting theaters next month? A bit. So far Frozen 2 looks much more enjoyable then the first, at least for me anyways.😅 But I’ll have to wait and see if I actually do enjoy it better than the first one or not.
~Till the next Chapter~
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