Winter of Fire
Publish date: February 1st 1993
Publisher: Scholastic Trade
Pages no: 321
Edition language: English
, Young Adult
, Science Fiction Fantasy
, Science Fiction
, Young Adult Fantasy
, Post Apocalyptic
Another one for the nostalgia shelf. I had a sudden memory of the bare bones plot of this and was wracking my brains to remember the title. I headed to the 'What was that book' LJ community, and lo and behold, this was #4 or so on the 'frequent searches' list!I guess this was a plot that stays with ...
I read Winter of Fire for the first time in sixth grade ten years ago. I devoured the story, and it never really left me. Unfortunately, Winter of Fire is out of print, but every time I went to a used book sale I searched for it, until I finally found it for cheap on Amazon a few years ago. This was...
I loved this book, and I'm so sorry it's out of print! I thought Elsha was an amazing character, and I had a lot of sympathy for her. It's true, one reviewer said, that she's very reckless sometimes, and does some stupid things. But, to me, that made her character more vivid and believable.The book ...
I love this book so much, but I can't find it anywhere! It makes me so sad, I really want to read it again.
It's a fantasy book placed in a grim future where the sun no longer gives enough warmth for humans to live by, so the untouchable caste are enslaved to mine for coal. Countless taboos are shattered when Elsha, an idealistic and rebellious Quelled girl, is chosen to be handmaid to the Firelord--the m...
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