The Witch Who Came in from the Cold – Episode 13

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Intel Log: Episode 13- Company Time

Sides are chosen. Lines are crossed. With time running out, allegiance to country seems to come in second to allegiance to greater powers. CIA and KGB intermix as they choose sides in the battle between the Flame and Ice consortiums for Hosts. Dom is definitely Flame, but when and why this happened still unclear. He has gained control of the Host for the Flame, unbeknownst to Dr. Sokolov, who appears to not even know his role in this battle. Gabe, Tanya, Alestair, Nadia, and Jordan join together to help thwart Dom’s deception using Ice magic. And it appears that being left on the outside has left Josh with a bitter taste. As it all comes to an end the question remains is it over? Or better yet, will it ever be over?

Sparks fly and more in Episode 13, the final episode of season 1 of The Witch Who Came In From the Cold . Everyone comes out to play in this final episode and readers will not be disappointed. It is full of fast-paced, high-intensity action paired with magic at a level that has not been seen until now, with a cliff-hanger that lets readers know that the game is not over and has only just begun. Readers will have to wait until 2017 when Season 2 is released. However, with the high quality and intensity of the writing in Season 1, readers will definitely want to make sure they come back for Season 2. Keep an eye out for, Whitehall, coming soon from Serial Box Publishing that takes us back to England and the reign of Charles II. You can find a sample episode included after the conclusion of Episode 13 of The Witch Who Came In From the Cold .

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Star Count 5/5
Format eBook
Page Count
Publisher Serial Box Publishing
Publish Date 20-Apr-2016
ISBN Buy this Book
Issue April 2016
Category Science Fiction & Fantasy


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