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    An Interesting Debut to a Fantastic New Series

    Phoenix Fire begins with an independent girl in foster care, Ava, begging her foster parents to go for a run in at night. Her foster parents are confused and very worried for her safety, but Ava leaves anyway in spite of their protestations. Then, all of a sudden, she is nearly hit by a car. Her saviour, Wyatt, is the quiet unassuming nerd of her school who frequently gets picked on. Ava cannot explain why she is drawn to Wyatt, or why he is beginning to show up in memories she had never experienced. Then suddenly, two boys show up claiming to be her long lost brothers. They reveal that Ava is a Phoenix, and her destiny is to rid the world of monsters. All the action happens all at once, and you feel as if you’ve missed fifty pages of action beforehand. It seemed as if I was introduced to so many new characters all at once that I couldn’t get them straight in my head. Ava is introduced very quickly as a girl who is afraid to become attached to others. She leaves her foster parents before narrowly being hit by a car driven by her intoxicated foster brother. Then, the novel jumps to Cade’s perspective, a boy who meets his long lost brother, Nick. Nick and Cade are monster hunters, and their hunt leads them to Ava’s town. Then once again, the novel jumps back to Ava’s perspective, and so on. After thirty pages, I wondered if I was ever going to understand what was happening in this book! Then, somehow, Phoenix Fire became incredibly addicting and interesting. The confusion I once felt had melted away once I was able to see how the storylines of the main characters intersected. Although Phoenix Fire had a rocky start, the rest of the novel was amazing. All of the characters gradually began to grow on me, and I really cannot wait to read the sequel to see how they will develop even further. I would recommend Phoenix Fire to those who are looking for a novel with supernatural elements that are not focused on vampires, werewolves, zombies and the like. This was the very first novel I had ever read that features phoenixs as the main supernatural creature. It was really unique! *I received an advanced copy of Phoenix Fire from the publisher via Netgalley in exchange for an honest review. All thoughts and opinions are my own*

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