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Of Flame and Fate | Review

This book pleasantly surprised me! I haven’t read any of the other books in the series and had no problems picking up this one and following the plot, so no worries if you haven’t read any of them either, this is still a great book! It’s one of those books that plops you down right into the plot and takes off, which I do love.

The book centers on a group of four sisters who are human but with some extra powers that makes them unique, and they stand out (and don’t quite fit in) with the rest of the paranormal world. One of the sisters, Taran, is the main focus on the novel and she gets stuck with the job of babysitting Destiny, a prophet with some major magic mojo. Destiny ends up meeting Jonny Fate, a male version of herself, and all hell starts to break lose. Now it’s up to Taran and her sisters to protect the world from what may come next.

Overall, the plot was stellar and never really let up. Taran has an amazing voice and I loved seeing the world from her point of view. There are little bits of romance that help break up all the action (because in a world of good vs. evil, there is a lot of fighting). This is a (relatively) quick read, as I finished it in a few days, but it’s packed full of action if you like paranormal novels (think the Mercedes Thompson Series by Patricia Briggs).

Thanks to NetGalley for providing me an ARC in exchange for an honest review.

Rating: 4 stars

Links: Amazon, Barnes & Noble, Goodreads

Have you read Of Flame and Fate? What did you think? Let me know in the comments!

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