Verity Fire

KIRKUS REVIEWRathod and Kerr s novel is a fantastical coming of age story about a16 year old named Howard The novel uses the discovery of inner power as a tidy metaphor for growing up, while telling an intricately plotted sci fi tale Takes the reader on a gripping journey filled with unexpected twists and turns a fun and smart readOK DESCRIPTIONHoward is a goofy, sKIRKUS REVIEWRathod and Kerr s novel is a fantastical coming of age story about a16 year old named Howard The novel uses the discovery of inner power as a tidy metaphor for growing up, while telling an intricately plotted sci fi tale Takes the reader on a gripping journey filled with unexpected twists and turns a fun and smart readOK DESCRIPTIONHoward is a goofy, sixteen year old orphan who is desperate to figure out his life he always manages to land in inexplicable situations The mesmerizing Elisa is living the life from her most perfect dream Jack, Elisa s computer hacking boyfriend, doesn t care the least bit about what life has in store for him as long as Elisa is in it When fate brings the three together, their lives are permanently altered in ways none of them could have ever imagined.Howard, Elisa, and Jack are forced to embark on a great adventure in a world where the delicate peace between humans and Veneficans, people with magical powers, is carefully enforced by Ferreters, the unforgiving hunters Treading on the perilous and chaotic boundary between the realms of humans and Veneficans, the three will have to quickly learn how to face the most terrifying challenges both imaginable as well as unimaginable.OTHER REVIEWS I was very impressed with the concept and the writing style It surely captured my attention and my imagination Linda Lakshminarayanan, Librarian, Emerson School NOTE FROM THE AUTHOR 50% of net proceeds will benefit charities.
Verity Fire KIRKUS REVIEWRathod and Kerr s novel is a fantastical coming of age story about a year old named Howard The novel uses the discovery of inner power as a tidy metaphor for growing up while telling a

  • Title: Verity Fire
  • Author: Nishit Rathod Berley Kerr
  • ISBN: 9781461001133
  • Page: 466
  • Format: Paperback
  • 1 thought on “Verity Fire”

    1. There is a lot to offer in Verity Fire. It is an interesting concept built upon a variety of ideas that have been around for thousands of years yet set in a modern setting. Howard is fed up with living in the orphanage and at age 16 is ready for some adventure. He needs to be careful what he wishes for because soon he is in the adventure of a lifetime with unexpected magic and historical implications flying at him from all angles. He meets Elisa, a beautiful woman of 19, who informs Howard that [...]

    2. I won this book from First Reads!I really liked this book, I love anything to do with magic. This book is very fast paced, so its hard to put it down.This book is about Howard, Elisa, and Jack who go on an adventure. Their world is filled witb normal humans and Veneficans, who have magical powers. The Ferreters are the hunters who keep the peace between the regular people and the people with magical powers. The three teens start on an adventure that starts in Wisconsin and takes them all over t [...]

    3. Wow! This book was great. It was very fast paced and I never wanted to put it down. The story was great even though I don't normally read books that involve a lot of magic.Howard was really likeable and easy to relate to (what teenager hasn't done stupid things that they instantly regret?). He really made the book for me. Im really glad I won this from First Reads.

    4. I TRIED TO READ IT, AND I LOVE THIS GENRE OF BOOK. I JUST COULD NOT GET PAST THE 3RD CHAPTER BEFORE I GAVE UP. TOO MUCH TOO SOON!!

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