The Witch Who Came in from the Cold – Episode 12
Intel Log: Episode 12- She’ll Lie Down in the Snow
KGB. CIA. Flame. Ice. East. West. Wrong. Right. The only thing that is certain is that nothing is certain. Perhaps the only thing that is certain is that both the Host and Tanya’s lives are in danger. However, in danger from who is as clear as the fog over the Vltava. Nadia is desperate and turns reluctantly to Alestair to help and his suggestion of including Gabe in their plans to save Tanya who has been sent to imminent doom by her KGB boss Sasha. Zerena is a Flame indeed but is playing on many sides, to what end is the question. Ultimately, the Host, Dr. Sokolov is in danger and must be protected. Many are working together to do this but who he is safe with is still a mystery. One mystery that is uncovered… chess it seems is more than just a board game.
Episode 12 of The Witch Who Came In From the Cold is heating up as the Flame appears to have ties every which way you turn. Zerena is playing helpful Flame operative to the Americans and the KGB. However, her coy manner leads readers to see there is more to her agenda than meets the eye. The interaction between characters who have and have not interacted before takes this serial to a whole new level. Where there were once clear lines defining East and West that were reluctantly crossed by various characters, blurred lines remain leaving these characters to go back and forth. Their alliance and loyalty to their countries and consortiums do not waiver. However, characters such as Gabe and Alestair, Nadia and Zerena and Dom and Sasha all know that in order to achieve their goals lines must be crossed for their greater good. The question remains still… at what cost? Catch up on episodes 1-12 as we approach the thrilling finale for the serial The Witch Who Came In From the Cold . You will not want to miss out on this.
|Author||Lindsay Smith, Max Gladstone, Cassandra Rose Clarke, Ian Tregillis|
|Publisher||Serial Box Publishing|
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|Category||Science Fiction & Fantasy|
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