The Witch Who Came In From The Cold Season 2 Episode 2: “Complicating Factors”

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Nothing about any of this has been easy, so for there to be complicating factors added into the mix makes things even more difficult. Who to trust and what side you are on is becoming more important with each passing day. Josh is dealing with whether or not to trust Gabe and is being warned by more than one person that hiding his personal relationship preferences would probably be in his best interest. This is coming in the wake of the arrival of Edith. Gabe continues to work closely with her to figure out what her part is in this crazy set of events and to figure out whether she is Flame, Ice, or just an agent who has the potential to get too curious or just plain old in the way. Risks are taken for information by many players in this game. Now, with new players emerging and entering the scene, what happens next has explosive written all over it.

The Witch Who Came In From the Cold just keeps on rolling in four-star Episode Two. This episode focuses on the introduction of several new characters as well as of plans that are being hatched with some suspense and a lot of foreshadowing that things are going to get a lot more exciting before anything settles down for Flame, Ice, KGB, or CIA. While the story keeps moving along, the pace of this episode slows down slightly to add characters and plot. What is clear is that this series has a lot in store for its characters and it should be very interesting where things go. Check in for Episode Three!

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Star Count 4/5
Format eBook
Page Count 45 pages
Publisher Serial Box
Publish Date 2017-Feb-15
ISBN 0000022620172 Buy this Book
Issue March 2017
Category Science Fiction & Fantasy


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