Publish date: June 11th 2013
Publisher: Farrar, Straus and Giroux
Pages no: 448
Edition language: English
I decided to pick up a book that I haven't heard too much about, called Mortal Fire by Elizabeth Knox. I read her Dreamhunter duology a few years ago (on the recommendation of Stephenie Meyer) and they were so strange, but also really good. They've stuck with me over the years and I've often found...
DNF. This writing style is just not for me. I read 50 pages and the only thing I can remember is that there is a girl in an iron lung. I am not even kidding. Like nothing happened to capture my interest and though I tried to get used to the formal style and odd word choices, it really just did nothi...
DNF at page 235.I am just too bored to continue with this. Nothing happens, no one is interesting, and the writing style just did not work for me.
3.5 StarsIt's extremely hard to give this an accurate rating because there are some parts of Mortal Fire that I felt deserved five stars and others than deserved two. Reading this book reminds me of being on a roller coaster. There were times when I was so engaged in the story that it ended up being...
MORTAL FIRE was different than anything else I can remember reading. I almost didn't finish this one. I thought that the beginning had a glacially slow pace and was incredibly confusing. The author's note at the beginning told me that it took place in 1959 and in a world that was similar to ours but...
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