Fire with Fire
Publish date: September 26th 2013
Publisher: Simon & Schuster Childrens Books
Pages no: 517
Edition language: English
Series: Burn for Burn (#2)
TW: Coping with being raped. I like how this was dealt with more. It was uncomfortable having it a dirty, guilty secret. It felt more important and connected to the story.Going into this, I didn't know what to expect, especially with another book afterward. My last review wondered if it was going t...
"An eye for an eye, a tooth for a tooth, a burn for a burn. A life for a life. That's how all this got started. And that's how it's going to end."Fire with Fire logra lo que muchas continuaciones intentan y fallan: ser mejor que su predecesor. La historia es super atrapante y se lee bastante rápido ...
Fire with Fire is definitely one of those sequels that I enjoyed more than the first book. The stakes are higher, and a whole lot of crap goes down.The characters grow some from the last novel after the way events played out. But they are still up to the crazy antics to make people pay. And it seems...
Before reading: "Yes. My girls are back! This is it!" After Reading: "Wait. What on earth have I just read?!"I read Burn for Burn almost a year ago and was having doubts if I should re-read it first before reading this one. Good thing is that, the book reminds you what happened in the previous one w...
What on earth just went down?! Still stunned and blinking at the last page. How am I supposed to wait until September to read Ashes to Ashes?! :(Review to follow soon.
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