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Blue Fire (The healing Wars Book #2) by Janice Hardy


My Review:

“This book gets better the more you read it!” ~~ Faith Wanyi

I’ve just finished this book and its past 11 at night and all I can think off is .. Get the next book in the series! Nya is passionate, daring and street smart. This book has taken so many twists.. First, it begins with a mini rebellion in Geveg, where the town people have finally said enough is enough and are ready to fight back. As everyone begins to cheer, trackers and the Duke’s soldiers are looking for the shifter (Nya) and with the hefty ransom of 5000 Opas, even the locals want to give her to the Duke themselves.

Is it strange that the whole time through the first and second book we don’t hear a mention of the Duke’s real name? Is it like “the one who shall not be named? Lol. But so strange. 

So the book continues with Nya being kidnapped to Baseeri and she realizes that the hatred for the Duke is widespread and not restricted only to her small town. She meets up with her Uncle who is also a Baseeri and they actually team up with her group of young rebellers to fight the Duke. This book will leave you wanting more and actually rooting for Nya. 

Goodreads Review:

 Part fugitive, part hero, fifteen-year-old Nya is barely staying ahead of the Duke of Baseer’s trackers. Wanted for a crime she didn’t mean to commit, she risks capture to protect every Taker she can find, determined to prevent the Duke from using them in his fiendish experiments. But resolve isn’t enough to protect any of them, and Nya soon realizes that the only way to keep them all out of the Duke’s clutches is to flee Geveg. Unfortunately, the Duke’s best tracker has other ideas.

Nya finds herself trapped in the last place she ever wanted to be, forced to trust the last people she ever thought she could. More is at stake than just the people of Geveg, and the closer she gets to uncovering the Duke’s plan, the more she discovers how critical she is to his victory. To save Geveg, she just might have to save Baseer— if she doesn’t destroy it first.

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About Faith Wanyi

I love blogging, reading, DIY projects and basically having lots of fun :)

One comment on “Blue Fire (The healing Wars Book #2) by Janice Hardy

  1. BooksaRica
    June 15, 2015

    Hey, I nominated you for The Liebster Award! Here’s the link to my page:

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