The Burning SkyBook - 2013
Insurgency -- Fiction.
Princes -- Fiction.
Wizards -- Fiction.
Imaginary wars and battles -- Fiction.
Imaginary places -- Fiction.
Interpersonal relations -- Fiction.
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Yvette_HML Feb 08, 2018
A gripping YA fantasy story, The Burning Sky is the perfect read for lovers of magic and political rebellion! There is so, so much to this that is just awesome! You have a book that you can go into, for example! But while full of tension and adventure, this book also has some romance to it. It fe... Read More »
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“'Love will make you weak and indecisive, remember?' she murmured.
What a fool he had been. For a journey like theirs, love was the only thing that would make him strong enough.
'Don't ever listen to an idiot like me,' he answered.”
“You overestimate the courage of those in power. They are often more interested in holding on to that power than in doing anything worthwhile with it.”
“You are asking me to give up everything for a cause that isn't mine. I don't want to be part of any revolution. I just want to live.”
“The success of my rule does not rely on my ability to recite obscure Latin verse.”
“Dreams are not real; but when you are inside a dream, it is real to you.”
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Iolanthe's normal life as a mage is interrupted when Atlantis seeks to capture her. Who would someone want a mage who could only control fire, water, and earth? Nobody. Ostensibly that was her elemental mage leve, but underneath the deceptive identity her adopted father wove for her protection is a destiny that Iolanthe can't hope to escape. When she encounters Prince Titus....well a boy with such a destiny certainly changes the outlook of things. Together the powerful pair work for the downfall of the Bane, a notorious head mage over looking Atlantis, in the hopes of a better future for their kingdom.
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