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Island Fire (Island Series Book 1) - Toby Neal
Island Fire (Island Series Book 1)
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"Danger, love, fear, absolution, bravery and strength in a fascinating world are shown through wonderful characters in this absolutely beautiful story." G. S., reviewer In the very near future, on the tiny island of Lanai, teens from very different worlds must find a way to survive when... show more
"Danger, love, fear, absolution, bravery and strength in a fascinating world are shown through wonderful characters in this absolutely beautiful story." G. S., reviewer

In the very near future, on the tiny island of Lanai, teens from very different worlds must find a way to survive when technology is destroyed.

Bea and Sam, Hawaiian kids isolated by a paranoid, alcoholic father, are thrown together with orphaned big-city pickpocket Nick when a disaster fries all technology. Aided by a mysterious `aumakua dragon that may or may not be Bea’s imaginary friend, the kids face fire, plane crashes, gangs, pit bulls, thieves, sharks, hunger, thirst and abuse in a coming-of-age that explores a post-technology world where only the strong and connected survive.
“Deep, fast-paced, filled with action, suspense, and heart, this little book is huge!” B. Morrison, middle school teacher
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Format: kindle
ISBN: 9780989688338
ASIN: B00QVK415I
Publisher: Toby Neal
Pages no: 195
Edition language: English
Category:
Adventure
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Url Phantomhive
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3.0 Island Fire
Those of you who've been following me for some time might just know that I'm always looking for nice YA Dystopian stories, preferably in some original setting. The island of Lanai (in Hawaii) definitely makes for one. I find this book a hard one to judge. I really wanted to like it, not just becau...
Anatomy of Literature
Anatomy of Literature rated it
4.0 Island Fire (Island Series Book 1)
Island Fire was an exceedingly well paced adventure with a light supernatural element and fully fleshed out main and supporting characters. The main points of view switch between Bea and her brother Sam, the teenage children of an alcoholic father on the island of Lanai, and Nick, a teenage pickpock...
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