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FREE PDF ↠ BOOK Fireborne À ❴Read❵ ➪ Fireborne Author Rosaria Munda – Game of Thrones meets Red Rising in a debut young adult fantasy that's full of rivalry romance and dragonsAnnie and Lee were just children when a brutal revolution changed their world giving everyone Game of Thrones meets Red RisinFamily was executed by dragonfire while Lee’s aristocratic family was murdered by revolutionaries Growing up in the same orphanage forged their friendship and seven years of training have made them rivals for the top position in the dragonriding fleetBut everything changes when survivors from the old regime surface bent on reclaiming the cityWith war on the horizon and his relationsh 15 March 2019There's a cover I love the red and that dragon can slay me #CoverLoveAlso can I just say that the comparison to Seraphina and Red Rising just undid me? I mean when Rachel Hartman praises a book I'm in—that woman has always impressed with the philosophy in her books• • • • • • • Initial review Inspired by Plato’s RepublicWow That should be interesting for sure the story is pitched as Aegon Targaryen and Hermione Granger with dragons set in the aftermath of a bloody revolutionWait What???? What kind of synopsis is that? The kind to make me add it that's what kind it is 😐😂I mean I don't even know what that bleeding means What that bleeding means What inspired you to write this particular story?The French Revolution Plato's Republic and before either of these the Blitzlistening to an audiobook about the Battle for Britain imagining dogfights as I drove the beginnings of a story taking shape Somewhere along the way those fighter planes became dragons and I never looked backWell I mean that deserves a wow and a definitely adding it Wait it getts betterLater working in Paris I wandered streets whose legacy from the French Revolution was written in defaced tombs and unmarked sites of guillotines and I knew I wanted to write about revolution Not about the beginnings of one—the bloody aftermath So many beautiful YA novels have been about kids starting a revolution but I wanted to explore the other side of it I wanted to write about kids who had to pick up the pieces afterwards And I wanted to inverse a closely related tropeI wanted to imagine an orphaned aristocrat who has every reason to seek revenge until he realizes that maybe his family did wrong tooAnd that is enough for me to know I absolutely need to read this So many authors ignore the aftermath of the wars they write and I personally need books on that topicBesides grey morality My fave thing to ever read Thank you Ms Munda Thank youThat's not even considering the explanation to the synopsisAnd then what pulled it all together was Plato's Republic which I studied a bit in college I was captivated by its dystopianutopian approach to propaganda and meritocracy What would a society look like that granted political power uneually according to intelligence rather than uneually according to birthright?And—even intriguingly—what would that look like in a society where rulers ride dragons? What if a revolution transformed hereditary dragonriding into a test based selection process?That's a yes for me Thank you very much I'd like it tomorrow?That’s where Lee and Annie’s stories start An aristocrat in hiding and a former serf who meet in the orphanage test side by side into their new regime’s dragonriding program and have to decide if they really can leave the past behind them—and if the new regime really is better than what came beforeI've always needed a book uestioning a revolution rather than starting oneIt looks like this book's gonna be everything I've ever needed I don't think anything needs to be said on the matter anticipated read

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Ip with Annie changing fast Lee must choose to kill the only family he has left or to betray everything he’s come to believe in And Annie must decide whether to protect the boy she loves or step up to be the champion her city needsFrom debut author Rosaria Munda comes a gripping adventure that calls into uestion which matters most the family you were born into or the one you’ve chos “ was inspired by Plato’s Republic Told from a dual point of view the story is pitched as Aegon Targaryen and Hermione Granger with dragons ”This is the most OUTRAGEOUS sentence I have ever read

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FireborneGame of Thrones meets Red Rising in a debut young adult fantasy that's full of rivalry romance and dragonsAnnie and Lee were just children when a brutal revolution changed their world giving everyone even the lowborn a chance to test into the governing class of dragonridersNow they are both rising stars in the new regime despite backgrounds that couldn’t be different Annie’s lowborn I think someone cursed me because lately I'm facing too many disappointing books I do not like this So at first I was really curious about this book I have to say that I was a bit nervous about the number of other books this book was compared to Game of Thrones meets Red Rising in a debut young adult fantasy that's full of rivalry romance and dragonsInspired by Plato’s Republicthe story is pitched as Aegon Targaryen and Hermione Granger with dragons set in the aftermath of a bloody revolutionBecause once a book is so heavily compared to other popular books it better to really deliver And for me it did not It's simple as that In the beginning I really struggled with the characters I was unsure if I really enjoyed Lee's POV because just in his first POV I was annoyed by Annie before we even really meet her She was just so heavily mentioned that I could not stand her But in the end I prefered Lee's POV to Annie's His character was calmer reasonable and less sensitive in a sense I felt like Annie was always annoyed by something or someone Here I need to share my favourite uote from this book which really made me giggle at the moment Maybe you could be my maidservant or somethingI don't know how to be a maidservantI think they just wash things You're really good at that Want to plan the trip with meHowever I have to say that the first chapter was one of the lowest points of the book It gets slightly better after that but it still dragged In all honesty the book had few interesting moments when you thought something would happen and you turned the page and nothing Something really started to happen around the 84% mark And then it all got super rushed Not sure if it really made any kind of sense I guess it was supposed to hype the reader for the rest of the series which did not work at least for me because I have no plans on continuing with this series As I mentioned above I turned the page and nothing happened that's because so much happened off page When Lee was somewhere doing something interesting we got Annie's POV instead And then we would get some sort of recap of what the other experienced And even sometimes when the things were happening on page I felt like they were not really happening like we were told and it was described to us what was going on As for the books to which it was compared to I do not get those I see the comparison and mention of Plato's Republic and the French Revolution even Blitz and I personally saw some similarity with the Russian Revolution And this aspect was really good probably the strongest point of the book But the rest Hermione Granger I suppose that was Annie but I don't really see it Game of Thrones No nowhere near The story may have been good The idea is good but I did not enjoy the execution And the writing is nowhere near the books mentioned above Those name dropping popular books may have done a huge disservice to the author and the book Beyond this it might be slightly spoiler ish But spoiler will be still under the spoiler tagThe whole book felt just like background noise to LeeAnnie drama And I cannot stand them as a couple I like them standing up for each other but they do not work together as a couple Annie spends the majority of the book being offendedannoyedworried or whatever by something Lee did did not do how he moved his muscle or whatever view spoiler I think that the Lee and Crissa relationship makes way sense As for Annie I don't really get her with Duck but even that's better than Lee hide spoiler