Sunday, April 7, 2024

Review: Girl on Fire (Girl on Fire #1) by Eden Hart

Girl on Fire

Girl on Fire #1

by Eden Hart

Published: April 7, 2024

Publisher: Phoenix Flame Press

Genre: Teen, Young Adult, Science Fiction, Dystopian, Romance


Hunger Games meets 5th Wave and Divergent in this unforgettable dystopian adventure.
A completed 4-book series.

On her 16th birthday, Kassia is condemned to death—twice.

Already battling a fatal disease, Kassia Madison somehow survives an apocalypse that kills billions. Only a tiny percentage of people are immune to the lethal red mist—but not all of them are human.

Although ill, a determined Kassia searches for her family in a dying New York filled with extraordinary dangers. When she meets a dynamic resistance leader fighting for humanity’s future, she is barred from joining his war.

Rejected and alone, she faces a devastating choice.

Meanwhile, in the shadows, someone not fully human has taken a special interest in Kassia. Raised as an emotionless Outrider, this hybrid records the destruction of civilization in New York. As he coolly observes Kassia’s desperation and courage, he decides to turn her struggle to stay alive into a scientific experiment.

Elsewhere, the other hybrid Outriders are already planning their next move. Brutal and relentless, they are intent on eradicating the remaining human survivors … including Kassia.

Girl on Fire is the 1st book in the Girl on Fire post-apocalyptic epic. Packed with pulse-pounding action, compelling characters, and a slow-burn romance, this thrilling 4-book series will grip you from start to finish.

- Girl on Fire Book 1
- Ashes Falling Book 2
- Embers Burning Book 3
- Phoenix Rising Book 4

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My Review:

When I picked up Girl on Fire and started reading I wasn’t quite sure what I would find between its covers but what I found was way better than anything I could have imagined. The world-building on this one is out of this-world amazing. I loved every minute of it.

I couldn’t turn those pages fast enough all the while wishing I was watching a TV show. Girl on Fire would make a great TV series. One that I would watch over and over. The more I read the more I wanted to know about each character.

Girl on Fire is a brilliantly written story that set me on fire as I raced to the end to see how it would all turn out. I couldn’t wait to see how each story was going to connect. Girl on Fire was written so well I had no problem seeing it all play out in my head as if I were a part of its world.

Girl on Fire reminded me of not just one TV show or movie but several but it is still in a class all by itself. Although it reminded me of more than one program it was also unlike anything I have read before. I can’t wait to read more from the world of the Girl on Fire.

Girl on Fire has so much to offer. It has mystery, romance, suspense, fantasy, and much more. Girl on Fire also has many twists that it throws into the mist I never expected but it worked so well. It had my imagination working over time as I tried so hard to see what was written in my head. I sure hope I did it justice.

I loved reading Girl on Fire so much that I highly recommend it to all science fiction and dystopia fans! Grab a copy of Girl on Fire today!  

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