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    Here be Dragons

    In Fireborne, you are introduced to a variety of complex, solid characters. As I read through the story, I was struck by how solid the protagonists’ relationship was throughout the story, even through the conflict. In a story filled with dragons, politics, and a revolution, Rosaria Munda captures the depth of a true friendship, while still expounding upon the concept of the corrupt politics and rebel groups. The dragons, I found, were incredibly memorable in their characterization and how they were portrayed, I only wish there was a bit more description of them. While it may be a bit hard to begin, this book is overall a wonderful read and is sure to reward you well by the last page. My review copy was provided by Bookishfirst.
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    Rich and Complex

    If I had to describe this book in one word, it would be "complicated." Complicated, and with sooooo many dragons. Both of these elements drew me into a beautifully written story with complex characters and a tense political/dramatic environment where nothing was easy and there was no right choice. The shifting allegiances and the inner turmoil between Annie and Lee constantly drew me in. Even fore readers who don't like political drama, this is absolutely one they should give a chance. It wonderfully forced the characters into situations where they struggled to maintain their morals in difficult situations. And to break up the politics, the book was filled with dragons. This is a detailed world with excellent backstories and history. And the characters? They are phenomenal. Annie and Lee are layered and so close to one another, and I adore their interactions. The romantic tension between them drove me a bit crazy at times, but it was only because they have both endured so much and I wanted them to have a few moments of peace. I knew I would like this book but the more I think about it the more I find myself loving it. Highly recommended for lovers of fantasy, dragons, and complex plots!
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    Fireborne, an outstanding YA dragon fantasy

    Fireborne is a fantasy novel set nine years after a bloody uprising against a brutal regime in which the poor were treated abominably by their "Dragonlords". The main characters are Lee, the son of a Dragonlord killed in the uprising, and Annie, whose family was slaughtered by Lee's father. They are training to ride dragons to be able to defend their country. I read an ARC of Fireborne and loved it. It was plot and character driven, fast paced and had great world building. The characters inspire empathy and the reader very quickly cares what is going to happen to them. The Dragons add an exciting dimension to the story. Attitudes and values from the old and new regimes cause tension between the characters. Lee is faced with a difficult choice when his loyalty to the new regime is questioned by the appearance of a family member from the old one. Inspired by the Aenid and the Republic, Fireborne is thought provoking and raises a lot of ethical questions about how to structure a society.
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