EBOOK / KINDLE (Blue Fire) AUTHOR Janice Hardy


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    EBOOK / KINDLE (Blue Fire) AUTHOR Janice Hardy Janice Hardy Ê 3 free download 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 TH

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    Janice Hardy Ê 3 free download EBOOK / KINDLE (Blue Fire) AUTHOR Janice Hardy 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 wo

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    EBOOK / KINDLE (Blue Fire) AUTHOR Janice Hardy Janice Hardy Ê 3 free download summary Blue Fire 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

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    EBOOK / KINDLE (Blue Fire) AUTHOR Janice Hardy 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 fun as I thought I shouldn't have worried Though the magic is still a strong sell

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    read ✓ eBook or Kindle ePUB Ê Janice Hardy EBOOK / KINDLE (Blue Fire) AUTHOR Janice Hardy Janice Hardy Ê 3 free download 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 re

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    EBOOK / KINDLE (Blue Fire) AUTHOR Janice Hardy 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

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    EBOOK / KINDLE (Blue Fire) AUTHOR Janice Hardy 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

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    EBOOK / KINDLE (Blue Fire) AUTHOR Janice Hardy ❤❤❤❤❤❤❤❤❤❤❤❤ I LOVE THIS BOOK❤❤❤❤❤❤❤❤❤❤❤❤

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    summary Blue Fire Janice Hardy Ê 3 free download read ✓ eBook or Kindle ePUB Ê Janice Hardy 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

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    read ✓ eBook or Kindle ePUB Ê Janice Hardy Janice Hardy Ê 3 free download EBOOK / KINDLE (Blue Fire) AUTHOR Janice Hardy 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 i literally just picked it back up one day and started reading then couldn't seem

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Janice Hardy Ê 3 free download read ✓ eBook or Kindle ePUB Ê Janice Hardy Blue Fire review ´ eBook or Kindle ePUB 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. 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 fun as I thought I shouldn t have worried Though the magic is still a strong selling point there were many other things that I like in Blue Fire Topping the list is humor The whole story is told with a wry and endearingly understated wit It is easy to share Nya s optimism when one is smiling at her clever jibes I also love Nya for her capabilities and her fallibility Nya is uick on the uptake figuring out everything that the reader does She is resourceful and bold taking things on the fly with only in fiction audacity At the same time she has emotions that not only merit description but also interfere with her judgment even when she doesn t realized it Hardy does an excellent job of giving her first person narrator coherent consistent responses that are believable but clearly irrationalI really like the way this book examines a number of ubiuitous genre assumptions For example one rescue attempt involves grappling hooks and shinnying up ropes These ropes and spikes however are subject to real world physics and employed by less than miraculously adept adventurers They become utilitarian objects rather than a lazy trope to get our heroes on or off the roof In another example fight scene banter is so painfully melodramatic that the characters can t help but wince they know it sounds dumb but it s the best they can come up with under pressureI also enjoy the very uick pacing of the story Things happen uickly with little time for ruminations in between Talking and even thinking are not free actions Nya and her friends are freuently interrupted or surprised when their time and attention are focused on explanation or decision making The uick pace in part means that Nya can struggle with moral dilemmas but not agonize over them The book does not explore the moral issues that it raises and many are bypassed entirely but at least for me it brushes up against enough uestions to send my thoughts in the right directionsI am a bit disappointed that Hardy does not explore the magic system as much as I had expected her to but she does make good use of it And instead of expanding on the uirkers and their abilities Hardy chooses to fill out other aspects of her world There is a well developed culture history and structure behind what the reader sees even though little of it manifests directly in the bookI m looking forward to reading the next one

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Janice Hardy Ê 3 free download read ✓ eBook or Kindle ePUB Ê Janice Hardy Blue Fire review ´ eBook or Kindle ePUB 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

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Janice Hardy Ê 3 free download read ✓ eBook or Kindle ePUB Ê Janice Hardy Blue Fire review ´ eBook or Kindle ePUB 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. 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 If you re bad you re bad if you re good you re goodAnd Nya seems to be the only one with a gray area of morality compass that keeps getting uestioned by herself and even her friends And then we rehash the same dilemmas that I had thought Nya had already established a somewhat of a conclusion to already Mainly her use of her Shifting powers to heal and hurt others keeps being pinned by herself and her best friend as morally incorrect and disgustingAnd while I stand on the point that torture and violence and killing is an evil when you are an high fantasy with worlds at war with one another maybe violence ends up being a necessary evil Because then why is it okay for others to use weapons swords daggers etc to hurt or kill others but it s wrong of Nya to use her own resources to keep someone from killing her A sword can kill just as easily as her shifting pain into someone else however with a sword dead is dead Apparently with shifted pain you still get a chance so long as you can find a Healer and a slab of pynvium to relieve that painSo you want Nya to heal people and do good but you don t want to see her shifting that pain into someone else even if it will kill her if she keeps it for too long The idea of shifting pain back and forth from one person to another s not so bad an idea though since this action apparently leaves no lasting side effects how convenientDespite the fact that she hates seeing her own healing powers as a weapon of potential mass destruction the fact is she just needs to accept what she can do and use appropriately as she has been doing continually Which then makes me wonder what all the whining about her guilty conscience is about if she s just going to ignore it anyway then wallow in self pity This world is on the brink of war and destruction and it seems everyone else will not stop to reconsidering chopping your head off but you re going to hesitate to shift pain into someone else because it could kill them if they can t heal themselves firstThis is probably why children shouldn t be the world s one hope in bringing peace in the midst of bloody war I m not saying that children can t save the world given the right resources and determination it just seems like a heck of a whole lot to put on a child s shoulders just because she seems to be different Or even if Nya is the singular hope of saving the world she should at least have some handy friends and experienced war veterans or soldiers to help her outI m not certain how I feel about how competent her friends and the adult rebels are in this book And Nya herself is a full stewing pot of rash decisions and no planning ahead and eventually ends up causing trouble than not Then again there was enough monotony in the narration that maybe I missed some significant and genius rebellion plot somewhere that didn t involve biding your time until you could publicly humiliate the great evil villain The Duke and make him concede his throne because then whatOf course despite the repetitiveness of this second book from the first book and despite the flatness and one dimensional ness of all the characters I guess I managed to enjoy reading the book just fine I just wished there was to it than such a simple The Duke is evil because he s evil and needs to be defeated Nya s friends and sister keep getting kidnapped and it s up to her to save all of them Something always ends up blowing up and nearly killing everyone The magical technology in this book keeps evolving with no indication of how anything works and I m still teetering about the magic system and the healing process that still makes little senseWhile a lot of backstory begins to unravel concerning Nya s family still very little is known about her or even her friends And even less is known about the world and the three countries that are portrayed in this world We barely glimpse the surface of the cultures in a vague attempt to illustrate a setting More enchanters are introduced but their significance dwindles just as uickly as they appeared and so I have no idea what enchanters do and why they merit being labeled as such if all they d been doing is melting pynvium and molding them into weaponsOr did I miss something somewhereAnyway I ll be finishing this series if only to find out how the entire war turns out and what other troubles Nya manages to get herself into and how she ll finally save the world without getting kidnapped again

  • Hardcover
  • 373
  • Blue Fire
  • Janice Hardy
  • English
  • 06 September 2020
  • 9780061747410