"[T]he quick-paced story packs plenty of details and red herrings to keep middle-grade readers, particularly Frozen fans, guessing Evangeline’s outcome . . . This blend of princess power, traditional fantasy, and bountiful snow is a win-win(ter) mix." -- Kirkus Reviews
"Rule has created a rich, entertaining world full of whimsical characters and places that will thrill young readers. Evangeline is a brave, inspiring heroine whose dawning grasp of her own magical abilities proves just as invigorating for readers as for her . . . [A] perfect adventure for the elementary set. Recommended for purchase where fantasy and magical adventure tales are in demand." – School Library Journal
"[A] beautifully written tale brimming with magic, adventure and friendship. I wanted to jump right into the pages and go adventuring with Evangeline and her ragtag band of heroes. Hand to fans of Frozen or Princess Academy by Shannon Hale." -- Erin E. Moulton, author of Flutter
A wintery kingdom!
An arctic fox in a cape! (who is a bit of a snoot)
Evangeline has been lonely her whole life. Her mother rarely lets her play outside . . . especially not when it's snowing. It's almost as if she wants to hide her daughter from the world.
On her birthday, Evangeline finds her window has blown open and her room is full of snow. There's a message written in the frost. One word:
Evangeline learns that she has a twin sister. They were both born in another world—a land of snow and music and ancient magic. Now, someone is calling Evangeline back, and will stop at nothing to lure her into the magical realm where danger lurks.