The Witch Who Came in from the Cold – Episode 8
Intel Log: Episode 8- Cover the Silence
East and West. Flame and Ice. Friend or foe? Ally or enemy? Zerena Pulnoc, the ambassador’s wife is finally revealing that she is more than meets the eye. Not only is she loyal to “Mother Russia,” she appears to have ties to Flame. How strong is yet to be seen. Sasha continues on his quest to uncover Tanya’s secrets, especially those that concern the radio. Turning to Zerena proves to be a dead end for him but not for her. Why? Jordan’s bar is targeted due to ley lines carrying magic beneath it. Determined to protect her family’s hold on this spot and remain neutral, Jordan ends up fighting Flame thugs sent to scare her. How safe is she, and how long will it stay that way? Will neutrality hold true? And why does the Flame come now? Dominic Alvarez attends the party thrown by Zerena. She zeros in on him to try to get information. The tables appear to be turned this time as Zerena walks away with nothing on him but Dominic picks up on Joshua’s personal secret. Problem for Joshua or just bad luck? A very busy day in a country full of spies from all sides. No one to trust but everyone wants something.
Secret messages and clandestine meetings. Secrets and lies. Episode 8 of The Witch Who Came In From the Cold combines magic, action, and typical spy games for an episode that will leave you wanting more. Even though this episode only focuses on four of the main characters introduced so far (Jordan, Dominic Alvarez, Zerena Pulnoc the ambassador’s wife, and KGB head Sasha) a lot of critical information for the plot of this serial is revealed. Haven’t started reading The Witch Who Came In From the Cold serial yet? Catch up on episodes 1-8 so you can be ready for the next episode. This is one ride you don’t want to miss.
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|Author||Lindsay Smith, Max Gladstone, Cassandra Rose Clarke, Ian Tregillis|
|Page Count||41 pages|
|Publisher||Serial Box Publishing|
|Amazon||Buy this Book|
|Category||Science Fiction & Fantasy|