A Rebellion grows from the ashes | Fireborn | A Review

Can you guys believe that it’s March already?! I surely can’t! Doesn’t seem like just yesterday that we were celebrating Christmas – time, huh?

This month is another month full of the reviews I have yet to write…

Blurb

The next novel in the Seraphim series following Skyborn from USA Today bestselling author, David Dalglish.

Bree and Kael Skyborn have seen their island invaded, their Seraphim disbanded, and their royal family imprisoned.

A rebellion grows from the ashes, demanding Bree to be their Phoenix, their symbol against Center’s tyranny, and for Kael to find the doomsday prophet Johan and sway his cult to their side.

Should they fail, the hope of their rebellion fails with them.

The second book in the Seraphim series. I already read and reviewed Skyborn, so if you haven’t already, check out the blog post here.

This book is jam-packed! Following the events from book 1, the twins are now fighting for their land, their family and their lives.

As in the first book, the descriptions are amazing and the fighting style, in the sky is well-explained, allowing readers to imagine and immerse themselves in the story.

The ending, I have to admit, shocked me a little. And I can’t wait to get my hands on the final book!

Much like the first book, the cover is pretty darn good! I love the art style! It’s one of those covers that you wouldn’t mind having as a poster on your wall – am I right?

As always, let me know in the comments below if you’ve read Fireborn or the first book, Skyborn, and what you thought of them. And keep your eyes out for book reviews this month on the blog!

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