Publish date: September 3rd 2013
Publisher: Sourcebooks Fire
Pages no: 352
Edition language: English
Series: Scorched (#1)
Very cool book, start to an intriguing series, but not something I'm so interested in that I'm going to keep reading. will definitely be recommending it to my teen library r eaders, though!
Can time travelers go back and stop the dragon apocalypse? Stop the total destruction of Earth? Keep the Scorch from ever happening? When the last dragon egg is discovered and ends up in Trinity's hands, her life changes from the uncertainty of bills and whether she and Grandpa can keep their house,...
An ARC was provided by SourceBooks in exchange for an honest review.*Scorched is about dragons. That's more or less all I needed to know for me to want to read it. Well, not really but the blurb promised a dragon, a mix of sci-fi and time-travel and THAT was all it took for me to add it to my wish...
"I guess it's just a place - filled with empty promises and broken dreams."It was conflicting. Really. I would say that Mari Mancusi’s Scorched showed such promise behind the Terminator-meets-Eragon plot twist, but the execution just didn’t come together. Almost everything was a cliché.Trinity, our ...
This is a review for Scorched by Mari Mancusi. The book is the first in a new YA Fantasy series. Yes, yes, I know that I don't read YA. But come on, do see the cover of this book? Its got a dragon on it! And the girl gets her very own dragon, that hatches from an egg. Seriously, how could I pass ...