Author: Sophie Jordan

Book Review: Rise of Fire

Book Review: Rise of Fire

  Rise of Fire is the sequel to Reign of Shadows, which I loved and left off on this terrible cliffhanger! While Luna and Fowler are separated at the beginning, they find each other, but Fowler is in a perilous situation. Approached by soldiers from a neighboring kingdom, she cannot refuse their aide, as nothing can cure him that she knows of. Lagonia offers the pair refuge, but things gets messy when they realize who Luna really is – the lost princess of Relhok. Luna finds herself suddenly engaged to a prince she barely knows and kept separate from Fowler, […]

Posted March 16, 2017
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Book View: Hidden

Book View: Hidden

Reviews: Firelight / Vanish   * Review and Summary may contain spoilers from previous books of the series. Read at your own risk *   Short and Sweet: Picking up where Vanish left off, Jacinda is on a mission. In true Jacinda style, nothing is ever quite as simple as originally thought. There are parts to Hidden that remind me why I love this series. The lore, the characters. When it all comes together, it does so beautifully. But the much hyped about romance, almost ruined this installment for me. In Firelight, I was Team Will. In Vanish, Team Cassian. […]

Posted January 16, 2013
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Book Review: Vanish

Book Review: Vanish

Review: Firelight   Loved, LOVED Firelight, the first book of the series. Literally stayed up much later than I should have to finish it. Having it end on some what of a cliffhanger, I had to read Vanish ASAP.   While Firelight was about discovery, Vanish tended to focus on going deeper. Deeper into the romance. Deeper into the draki lore and lifestyle. And I could not have been happier.   Jacinda, having to deal with the consequences of Firelight, is not exactly the same girl we first met. Her place in the village is all but gone. No longer […]

Posted October 16, 2011
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Book Review: Firelight

Book Review: Firelight

Dragons, romance, and a YA Debut? Definitely couldn't keep away from this novel! Jacinda's mother takes her and her sister away from the Draki pride they've grow up with to protect Jacinda from a future that will bring her more harm than good. Her mother's idea is to kill the Draki within her so that they will be safe – something she did herself after her husband died. Forced to remain in human form, Jacinda must assimilate into a high school with her sister Tamra – who never manifested and remained human. To Tamra, her wish has come true – […]

Posted July 6, 2010
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