However I digress, as for Fire with Fire this novel really brought everything together for me. Many of the unanswered questions left at the end of Burn for Burn were answered (kind of), and the supernatural features made much more sense (although I’m still trying to wrap my head around some of them).
I find that the writers work well together, with the story moving smoothly with a continuous writing style, even while being told from 3 multiple perspectives. The voices of the 3 main characters are distinct without being disjointed.
There were certain perspectives I enjoyed more than others. Lilliah’s parts were more interesting to me, because she was the main character taking part in the groups ‘new’ revenge plot which I found delightfully devious. Mary’s story I found dull to start off with, as she seemed to be dealing with the same emotional issues as the first book, and just couldn’t seem to move on with her life. However her story really picked up near the end, and left me standing with my jaw to the floor. Needless to say, the next book needs to be in my hands pronto, so I can find out what the hell is going on, and how everything sums up in the end.
I would definitely suggest this to anyone who likes a book that isn’t your normal predictable YA series. This book definitely keeps you on your toes and guessing what the hell is going to happen next!
My rating: 5/5