Blackwatch

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HarperCollins, Jun 26, 2012 - Juvenile Fiction - 320 pages
16 Reviews

Deliver Kate Winters and be spared.”

Kate is the one person gifted enough to work the magic held in the ancient book of Wintercraft. And everyone wants her, either to lock her up or to use her as the ultimate weapon. Her rare power is being able to walk freely through the veil between life and death, and she cannot control it.

Hunted by the Blackwatch—the elite assassins of the enemy—and by her own people, Kate flees deep into tunnels beneath the graveyard city. And she is still inextricably linked to the murderer and traitor Silas Dane, who has crossed the ocean and walked straight into the enemy's hands.

As the Blackwatch closes in, Kate and Silas will face terrors that only they can keep from destroying Albion. And time is running out.

Those who wish to see the dark, be ready to pay your price.

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Review: Blackwatch (Wintercraft #2)

User Review  - colleen the contrarian ± (... never stop fighting) ± - Goodreads

While this book suffers from the mid-trilogy slump, I do think that there are certain aspects of it which improves on the first book - namely the writing. There weren't nearly as many info-dumps and ... Read full review

Review: Blackwatch (Wintercraft #2)

User Review  - Jamie A. Swenson - Goodreads

Continuation of story from Shadowcry (Wintercraft #1). Somewhat tedious 'middle' story as set-up for next book. Still a good story for those who read book #1 -- not recommended reading as stand-alone story - best to read in order. Grades 5 & up Read full review

About the author (2012)

Jenna Burtenshaw has been writing since she was a child, and she divides her time between her writing, her three dogs, and two rescue rabbits. She is the author of Shadowcry. Jenna Burtenshaw lives in England.