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Feed the Fire-bookcover

By: L.A. Egerbladh

Feed the Fire

Pages: 254 Ratings: 5.0
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Feel The Pull. Answer The Call.

Anya, a young woman who keeps to the shadows, is drawn out into the light and learns the hard way that magic can never really die. Her days of thieving turns into a fight for survival.

James, an older man with a bad leg, passes the time tending to the sick and wounded. Some people see him as a saint, others whisper about darker secrets he holds.

Runa is haunted by her past with Anya. One choice Runa made drove them apart. She now works for one of the gangs in the Capitol, just trying to keep one step ahead of the Capitol guard.

Inara is a bright and upcoming guard; she is driven by a deep sense of right and wrong. But is it possible to hold on to morality in the face of destiny?

The Capitol is divided, the west side is filled with the rich and privileged. The east side is filled with the poor and forgotten. The Castle with the King stands in its middle.

Magic will come at a price… one they might not be willing to pay.

L.A. Egerbladh is a genderfluid queer author. They were born in 1995 in Sweden. They have been telling stories since they were a small child and fantasy has always been close to their heart. Representation has always been incredibly important part of story-telling to them and they want people to be able to recognise themselves in their characters.

Customer Reviews
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  • Amanda

    I was hooked on this book from the start. It's fast-paced, has an interesting story, and great, inclusive characters. I'd suggest it to anyone who likes magic and mystery in their books.

  • Caroline Larsson

    First of all, love the book and I can't wait for more! I thought my favourite character would be Anya because I usually love the first character that is introduced to me the most but James?? My sweetheart James has me so concerned and intrigued!!

    One of my favourite quotes “That loyalty just never belonged to me" sent chills down my spine. I also took some notes for my first read-through, I have never really been one of the first readers of a book before so I just had to seize the opportunity! So here are a few general reactions that needed to be scribbled down as I read:

    "My heart aches every time person wait for her consent and lets her set the pace"

    "Clap back so hard she has to do some introspection"

    "Shut up prick"

    "She's a simp"

    "I'd be ugly crying if I wasn't sitting in front of ppl"

    "Thank god, this wreck of a man needs assistance"

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