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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 ideasNya finds herself trapped in the last place she ever wanted to be forced to trus. Blue Fire is the second installment in the Healing Wars books While I really enjoyed the first book The Shifter I will admit Blue Fire left a little to be desired Nya s powers have continued to develop since book one and she is struggling as she tries to use her new abilities in the right way But things don t really go as planned with the Duke and his people continually hunting her and other Takers What I had trouble with in this book was the distance I felt with the minor characters in this story I hoped we would get to know the supporting cast a bit better but the world really felt like it revolved around Nya I didn t feel like anyone really developed between book one and book two and it made it hard to really engage at times in the story Run away get captured fight back save people Somehow some of these elements felt a little robotic rather than exciting like the first book Maybe I was just expecting something a little different I just didn t feel as captivated as I did reading The ShifterRegardless I enjoy Janice Hardy s writing and I felt like there was enough new material to make a exciting conclusion in the final book I don t feel like the book was bad I just know it didn t uite meet the expectations I had I still like Nya and her friends and eagerly wait the conclusion Sweet for Her (Sweet Curves 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 The Purpose-Guided Universe is to flee Geveg Unfortunately the Duke's best tracker has other The Abel & Cole Veg Box Companion ideasNya finds herself trapped The Academy in the last place she ever wanted to be forced to trus. Blue Fire Full Dark, No Stars is the second If Only Once (The Martelli Brothers, installment 1000 sitios que ver en España al menos una vez en la vida in the Healing Wars books While I really enjoyed the first book The Shifter I will admit Blue Fire left a little to be desired Nya s powers have continued to develop since book one and she La ética de la crueldad is struggling as she tries to use her new abilities 3052 in the right way But things don t really go as planned with the Duke and his people continually hunting her and other Takers What I had trouble with Mercator in this story I hoped we would get to know the supporting cast a bit better but the world really felt like Pasos perdidos en Granada it revolved around Nya I didn t feel like anyone really developed between book one and book two and Suffering and no suffering it made Can We Live 150 Years? it hard to really engage at times The Beautiful Things That Heaven Bears in the story Run away get captured fight back save people Somehow some of these elements felt a little robotic rather than exciting like the first book Maybe I was just expecting something a little different I just didn t feel as captivated as I did reading The ShifterRegardless I enjoy Janice Hardy s writing and I felt like there was enough new material to make a exciting conclusion Robs Shiny Dumptruck in the final book I don t feel like the book was bad I just know Business English it didn t uite meet the expectations I had I still like Nya and her friends and eagerly wait the conclusion

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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. 35 StarsReviewI gotta be honest I read this book in 2015 I wrote this review in maybe 2017 based on my notes about how I felt toward the book right after reading it and I m now finally posting it in 2019 So I don t know how I d feel about the book now but this review is how I felt about the book when I read itAs I mentioned in my review of Book 1 I don t usually read young YA or middle grade not sure exactly what this would be classified as and at the time I wasn t into high fantasy so I was really surprised by how much I was enjoying the series After Book 1 though I couldn t help but continue and Book 2 was just as enjoyable It was well written with a strong voice likeable characters and good pacing It even had some fun all ages humorThis was also the book when I really started to love or get intrigued by some of the characters I already talked all about them in my first review so I won t do that again Instead I ll just say the way Jeatar was working so hard in this one always trying to help everyone running himself ragged getting so weary that he wanted to just give up it definitely made him realistic and interestingI did sometimes found myself getting lost and confused during escape missions and parts of high action though I knew the general idea of what was happening eg they were fighting soldiers but I couldn t figure out the layout of the building or where exactly they were or what exactly they were doing I still got the main gist though so it never actually made me lose track of the storySo overall this was another solid book in a fun high fantasy series for young readers with lovable characters and a good storyRecommended ForFans of Book 1 in Janice Hardy s The Healing Wars series Anyone who likes MGYA high fantasy and lovable characters Original Review Metaphors and Moonlight The Academy 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 Full Dark, No Stars in his fiendish experiments But. 35 StarsReviewI gotta be honest I read this book If Only Once (The Martelli Brothers, in 2015 I wrote this review 1000 sitios que ver en España al menos una vez en la vida in maybe 2017 based on my notes about how I felt toward the book right after reading La ética de la crueldad it and I m now finally posting 3052 it Mercator is how I felt about the book when I read Pasos perdidos en Granada itAs I mentioned Suffering and no suffering in my review of Book 1 I don t usually read young YA or middle grade not sure exactly what this would be classified as and at the time I wasn t Can We Live 150 Years? into high fantasy so I was really surprised by how much I was enjoying the series After Book 1 though I couldn t help but continue and Book 2 was just as enjoyable It was well written with a strong voice likeable characters and good pacing It even had some fun all ages humorThis was also the book when I really started to love or get The Beautiful Things That Heaven Bears intrigued by some of the characters I already talked all about them Robs Shiny Dumptruck in my first review so I won t do that again Instead I ll just say the way Jeatar was working so hard Business English in this one always trying to help everyone running himself ragged getting so weary that he wanted to just give up Mama Glow interestingI did sometimes found myself getting lost and confused during escape missions and parts of high action though I knew the general Fire in the Sky idea of what was happening eg they were fighting soldiers but I couldn t figure out the layout of the building or where exactly they were or what exactly they were doing I still got the main gist though so olga spessivtzeva it never actually made me lose track of the storySo overall this was another solid book ¡Que vengan cuando quieran! in a fun high fantasy series for young readers with lovable characters and a good storyRecommended ForFans of Book 1 I Am Providence in Janice Hardy s The Healing Wars series Anyone who likes MGYA high fantasy and lovable characters Original Review Metaphors and Moonlight

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T 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 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. Lost interest and dropped it I might read it later But for now No chance No way This is where our ways part for the time being Au Revoir Essential Juices and Smoothies is at stake than just the people of Geveg and the closer she gets to uncovering the Duke's plan the she discovers how critical she Buttermilk Graffiti is to his victory To save Geveg she just might have to save Baseer Vengeance Road (Torpedo Ink if she doesn't destroy Pantaleon y Las Visitadoras it first. Lost Ni Un Jefe Más. Quiero tener mi negocio y ser mi propio jefe. Secretos para independizarse: Cómo un Emprendedor Exitoso. Cómo crear una empresa exitosa. Cómo emprender e iniciar un negocio rentable interest and dropped No Limits (No existen Límites cuando se cree en uno mismo) it I might read Captain Wentworths Persuasion it later But for now No chance No way This Canu Cynnar is where our ways part for the time being Au Revoir


10 thoughts on “Blue Fire

  1. says:

    Janice Hardy's BLUE FIRE is book two in The Healing Wars trilogy and man this book escaped MNS with a capital E Do yourself a favor don't read this book before going to sleep I made that mistake and I was lying awake for nearly an hour after all that action I couldn't relaxBasically it’s nonstop awesomeIf you didn’t read the first book THE SHIFTER let me set it up this way – pretend you’re reading a preuel to THE HUNGER GA

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    35 StarsReviewI gotta be honest I read this book in 2015 I wrote this review in maybe 2017 based on my notes about how I felt toward the book right after reading it and I'm now finally posting it in 2019 So I don't know how I'd feel about the book now but this review is how I felt about the book when I read itAs I mentioned in my review of Book 1 I don't usually read young YA or middle grade not sure exactly what this would be classified

  3. says:

    25 Stars againI'm not uite sure much happens in this book that didn't already happen in the first book Evil people are doing evil things there's a war raging there are riots the world is in shambles and it's up to Nya to save the day again It bugs me a bit still that the people in this book are so black and white and one dimensional

  4. says:

    It was great After my enthusiasm for The Shifter was unshared by my family I got worried that I wouldn't be impressed with the seuel; now that the magic system was less novel maybe I would realize that the rest of the book wasn't as

  5. says:

    Blue Fire is the second installment in the Healing Wars books While I really enjoyed the first book The Shifter I will admit Blue Fire left a little to be desired Nya's powers have continued to develop since book one and she is struggling as she tries to use her new abilities in the right way But things don't really go as planned with the Duke and his people continually hunting her and other Takers What I had trouble with in this

  6. says:

    Reviewed by Joan Stradling for TeensReadToocomNya is on the run from the Duke of Baseer's trackers for a crime she didn't intend to commitThe Duke is using Healers to make an unstoppable army and Nya is determined to stop him But with trackers after her it isn't easy to hide and Nya finds herself trapped in a place she never wanted

  7. says:

    Lost interest and dropped it I might read it later But for now No chance No way This is where our ways part for the time being Au Revoir

  8. says:

    ❤❤❤❤❤❤❤❤❤❤❤❤ I LOVE THIS BOOK❤❤❤❤❤❤❤❤❤❤❤❤

  9. says:

    the uotes names might be messed up bc i listened to this as an audiobook Responsibility was overrated Sure it sounded good Take control of your own life make your own choices But that also meant you had to pay for your own mistakes And if your life and choices hadn't gone the way you planned well then your mistakes migh

  10. says:

    I was pleasantly surprised by this book I'd read the previous one a few years ago and its one of those books that can be a bit hard to jump straight into if its been a while since the last one and that's what put me off reading it when i first got hold of it and i did try but found i couldn't get back into it which is why its so weird that

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