In a modern world—where witches are hunted down and burned at the stake—two live interact. Cleo is from a family of witches, and is desperate to develop the ‘Fae’ and become a witch herself. Lucas is the son of the Chief Prosecutor for the Inquisition and his privileged life is very different... show more
In a modern world—where witches are hunted down and burned at the stake—two live interact. Cleo is from a family of witches, and is desperate to develop the ‘Fae’ and become a witch herself. Lucas is the son of the Chief Prosecutor for the Inquisition and his privileged life is very different from the witches he is being trained to prosecute. And then one day, both Cleo and Lucas develop the Fae. In one fell stroke, their lives are inextricably bound together, whether they like it or not.
Publish date: June 19th 2012
Pages no: 416
Edition language: English
Series: Burn Mark (#1)
I want to start by saying I love this cover - it's so striking and powerful, very cool. The story itself was a bit up and down, but I do enjoy witch stories, so it got extra bonus points for that. The beginning was a bit slow and a bit confusing. A lot of history and structure was being thrown about...
4.5/5That was one fabulous dystopian paranormal YA! thrilling, fast-paced and gritty without all the moony eyes and instalove. I've enjoyed it so much I'm not hesitating to recommend it to fans of urban fantasy reads and Ally Carter's books, it has that feel about it. I'll be definitely reading book...
I loved the main characters. Lucas and Glory are opinionated, occasionally unlikeable and thoroughly fifteen. It was refreshing to read about people that felt so real. I really liked the setting too. Most urban fantasy is vampires/werewolves/mermaid and Burn Mark is witches, the way witches were see...
4.5 starsI enjoyed this book so much! Great world building, interesting characters, and best of all, no insta-love! In fact, there was hardly any romance at all, which I found very refreshing. I appreciated Glory's strong personality, but it was Lucas' intensity that won me over. This is a chara...
I like books about witches, so this book caught my interest. It was an interesting book, but for some reason, I just found it really hard to get into. I liked it, but it wasn't a book that really sucked me in and held me there. The characters are okay, but I never felt really connected to them. The ...
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