Fireblood

Fireblood

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In this action-packed sequel to the New York Times bestselling Frostblood , Ruby must choose between her fiery homeland and the icy king who loves her.
Against all odds, Ruby has defeated the villainous Frost King and melted his powerful throne. But the bloodthirsty Minax that was trapped inside is now haunting her kingdom and everyone she loves. The answers to its demise may lie to the south in Sudesia, the land of the Firebloods, and a country that holds the secrets to Ruby's powers and past....
Despite warnings from her beloved Arcus, Ruby accompanies a roguish Fireblood named Kai to Sudesia, where she must master her control of fire in a series of trials to gain the trust of the suspicious Fireblood queen. Only then can she hope to access the knowledge that could defeat the rampaging Minax--which grows closer every moment. But as sparks fly in her moments alone with Kai, how can Ruby decide whom to trust? The fate of both kingdoms is now in her hands.
Publisher: New York :, Little, Brown and Company,, ©2017.
Edition: First edition.
ISBN: 9780316273329
Branch Call Number: YA BLA
Characteristics: 410 pages ; 22 cm
Alternative Title: Fire blood

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Nov 10, 2017

I loved the first book; I could not put the book down. It was filled with excitement, adventure, etc. However, I cannot say the same for the second book.... It was a let down for the lack of excitement, adventure, other than the trials and the throne. I couldn't really get into it like I did for the first book, I even skipped two chapters (When Ruby is travelling on Kai's boat). I didn't feel a connection to the fantasy world in Fireblood like I did Frostblood.
One of the characters I really looked forward into getting to know better was Arcus, although he only appeared in 18% of the book? ..Kind of upsetting, as he was my favourite character in the series :( The more I read, the more I began to dislike the main character- she's the complete center of the story which made it quite cliche.

I really hope the third book, Nightblood will be better.

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Nov 10, 2017

Joeia thinks this title is suitable for 13 years and over

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