Season of Fire


Season of Fire
Lisa Bergren

After tackling her first mission and coming to terms with her power of empathy, Andriana discovers her first battles were only a taste of what is to come. She and her knight, Ronan, have admitted their feelings for each other, but their bonds are tested when Dri is captured by their mortal and spiritual enemy—Sethos—and his master, Keallach, emperor of Pacifica.

Andriana is certain Keallach can be convinced to follow the Maker’s plan and join the other Remnants . . . but in time, she must decide whether she really can pull him back to the Way, or if Sethos’s web of darkness has slowly and thoroughly trapped them both . . . forever.

   Since the dystopian genre has taken the YA market by storm, it's not surprising that Christian publishing would follow suit. Season of Fire is the second book in the Remnants series.

   This book is a little hard for me to review because, while there wasn't really anything wrong with it, I just couldn't connect with the story. There was lots of action, but overall I just felt....indifferent. I think this might be that, while I do enjoy dystopian novels, the plot of this one didn't interest me as much as some of the others that I've read.

   However, I still would recommend this book to others. It's a great alternative to the secular young adult books out there, and it is technically speaking, a good book. Don't be scared by my review! Just due to my personal preferences, I didn't care for it. But if the blurb for this series intrigues you, I recommend checking it out.

Rating: 6

I received this book for free from the publisher in exchange for my honest review.


  1. Thanks for this review! I also love your scoring (buy it, borrow, skip!), I haven't seen books scored like that (I promise I don't live under a rock), I love it :D


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