Book Review & Giveaway: Mystery at the Ice Hotel

When I was about 10 years old I used to be into all the Nancy Drew mystery books and basically any adventure books I could get my hands on. I used to love going with my mum browsing around charity shops at all the books. We used to get some great books. Then Dad used to take us after school to our local library as well so I could top up my books every couple of weeks. Here I would save up my pocket money to buy the ex-library books. I would spend all day browsing in the library if I could!

Anyway onto the actual aim of this post. I have been given the chance to read and review a fab little mystery kids book called Mystery at the Ice Hotel it’s one of the Chasing Danger mystery books by Sara Grant. Totally my type of children’s book. I’m so excited to be on this book tour!

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Book Description

After surviving a kidnapping attempt in the Maldives, Chase and Mackenzie are off to the Ice Hotel in Iceland! What could go wrong there? But as soon as they arrive, accidents start to occur that seem targeted to scare – or worse, seriously hurt – the guests. When a body shows up frozen in an ice bed, it’s up to the two girls to figure out who is behind the attacks …before anyone else gets hurt!

Chasing Danger: Mystery at the Ice Hotel

My Review

I loved reading the first book Chasing DangerThat one was full of exciting action with teenagers Chase and Mackenzie visiting Mackenzie’s grandmother on a tropical island and trying to save everyone. So I hoped Mystery at the Ice Hotel wouldn’t let me down. It honestly did not!

This time around Mackenzie and her friend Chase are off to Iceland. Just like a typical mystery book we have a body, so-called accidents occurring which makes it edge of the seat stuff! I had to wrap up warm while reading it as I feel the cold and this novel is just cold creepy and a fantastic who dunnit.

The author’s writing style is very punchy and action packed. You get the laughs as well as seriousness. The characters are well developed and good for many more books. Chase and Mackenzie really do show us what girl power can do!

I have given Chasing Danger: Mystery at the Ice Hotel 5 out of 5 stars

Paperback 240 pages

Published by Scholastic October 2016

On the blog tour banner shows the other bloggers writing reviews and hosting guest posts on the tour for Mystery at the Ice Hotel. Tomorrow it’s the turn of Bart’s Bookself and Fiction Fantastic.



Now onto the giveaway! I have one set of the two Chasing Danger books by Sara Grant to giveaway to one lucky reader.

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*I was given Chasing Danger: Mystery at the Ice Hotel in exchange for an honest review. All thoughts and opinions are my own. This post also contains affiliate links.

*Terms and Conditions – There is one set of two books consisting of  Mystery at the Ice Hotel and Chasing Danger to giveaway. The prize is non-transferable and no cash alternative will be offered. The winner will be selected at random via from all valid entries and be notified by Twitter. The winner will have 28 days to respond with a valid UK address before a new winner is selected. Open to all UK entrants aged 18 or over only. Facebook and Twitter are in no way associated with this giveaway.

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97 thoughts on “Book Review & Giveaway: Mystery at the Ice Hotel

  1. Italy is my favourite holiday destinations as I have relatives there that sadly I haven’t been able to afford going to see for over twenty years 🙁 but hope to soon 🙂 x

  2. Italy is my favourite holiday destinations as I have relatives there that sadly I haven’t been able to afford going to see for over twenty years 🙁 but hope to soon 🙂 x

  3. My favourite holiday destination is Florida…. Luckily for us our friends emigrated there a few years back so we go and stay with them 🙂
    I loved the Nancy Drew books too and I bet my daughter would love this collection.

  4. My favourite holiday destination is Majorca. It is an island of such beauty, gorgeous sun drenched coves, amazing beaches, stunning mountains and beautiful little Spanish villages. It’s the perfect family holiday destination.

  5. My favourite holiday destination is the Peak District 🙂

    I could have written that first paragraph of your post – me to a T! Ah, memories…

  6. We go to Krakow, Poland whenever we can to visit my in-laws, I am lucky that my partner comes from such a beautiful and lively city.

  7. I cant pick the best as we go to the Grand Hotel in Iceland or New York on the Cunard QM11 most years.I’ts mad a trip to New York costs less than a nice hotel by the sea.

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