Book Review for Fireborn by Aisling Fowler


Twelve has spoken the Pledge and now she is a Huntling. She has given up her name to train in the art of fighting monsters and keeping the peace, and she won’t get to choose a new one until she has earned it.

But when the Lodge’s walls are breached for the first time, and a little girl is taken, Twelve is the only one interested in going after a child . . .

Teaming up with Dog, the Stone Guardian of the Lodge, Twelve ends up on an epic adventure that will change her life, her name – and her entire world.

My Review;

I have been trying to think over the past couple of days on firstly how do I put into words how amazing this book was and secondly how to give the book the best review I’ve ever written. I still don’t have the words to express this but I’m going to give it a go. As soon as I started reading page 1 I knew I was going to love this book, the setting off the scene and the introduction to the characters were so cleverly written it felt like I was right there with them and this continued throughout the story. I think the pace was perfectly set and there is nothing I can say badly about this book apart from…. WHY would you end it where you did and WHY can’t I read book 2 immediately? Did anyone else feel like this?

Thank you so much to Dave from The Write Reads and Harper Collins for letting me take part in the blog tour.

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