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Burn Bright

Burn Bright

Bethany Frenette
Thursday, Dec 18, 2014

An excellent sequel of the book Dark Star. Audrey needs to sort out her feelings, She is torn with the decision of staying safe, as her sort-of boyfriend/guardian wants, or following what her instincts are telling her.

An excellent follow-up to the first book, Burn Bright picks up right where Dark Star left us. Audrey struggles to protect the people she cares about, and that just might be the problem. Her Guardian/sort-of boyfriend, Leon, is who she cares about the most, next to her mother, would sacrifice himself for her, but Audrey refuses to let that happen. Torn between her instincts and her duty, Audrey is faced with one of the most difficult decisions of her life.

The most compelling aspect of the book was the conflict that Audrey faced. Not only did she have to face Susannha, a vicious Harrower, but she has to face the conflict of her own emotions.

Recommended For: I would recommend this book for ages 12-17. This is a sequel to the book Dark Star, I would recommend this also for fans of The Mortal Instruments.

This review was contributed by: 
Virginia G.

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