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[ Pdf Wicked Like a Wildfire ↠´ futuristic PDF ] by Lana Popović è Nothing tamed can curb what grew unfetteredWicked Like a Wildfire was nothing like I expected The only reason I kept this book off for so long is because I read the blurb a long time ago and,sadly, the only part I remembered was that the girls were forbidden to love, which led me to the, frankly stupid, notion that this book would be a story about girls who are not supposed to fall in love but someone falls in love and the world goes to hell because of it But I seemed to have forgotten the very central idea that their mother is attacked.
I loved every bit of this book starting from the wonderfully descriptive writing to the amazing protagonist The main character Iris, is one of my favorite characters si On sale this week Final review, first posted on Fantasy Literature In Wicked Like a Wildfire 2017 , magic and secrecy swirl around Iris and Malina, a pair of seventeen year old fraternal twins who live in current day Montenegro with their single mother, Jasmina Jasmina confides to them that all of the women in their family have a distinct gleam, a magical way to create and enhance beauty Jasmina bakes marvelous foods that call particular visual scenes to the minds of those who eat them Malina can sense moods and reflect them back with an amazing voice that creates layers of harmony And Iris can make flowers and sometimes other objects expand and fractal into spiral blazes and fireworks of color.
Their joyful, though private, practicing of their magic together comes to an abrupt end when the twins are seven Update Just finished and WOW I am so enchanted Imagine Practical Magic if Guillermo del Toro had directed it This is the blurb I gave, and I stand by it 100% Wicked Like a Wildfire was like devouring a succulent fairy fruit it will rob your time, settle into your dreams, and leave you starving for That descriptionOOI m so excited for this one This was a stunning book about the relationships between mothers and daughters, and sisters The writing was utterly beautiful, and I ve never read anything like it The characters, especially the twins, were flawed and real This is a great debut keep your eye out for it next year Nothing tamed can curb what grew unfetteredWicked Like a Wildfire was nothing like I expected The only reason I kept this book off for so long is because I read the blurb a long time ago and,sadly, the only part I remembered was that the girls were forbidden to love, which led me to the, frankly stupid, notion that this book would be a story about girls who are not supposed to fall in love but someone falls in love and the world goes to hell because of it But I seemed to have forgotten the very central idea that their mother is attacked.
I loved every bit of this book starting from the wonderfully descriptive writing to the amazing protagonist The main character Iris, is one of my favorite characters si On sale this week Final review, first posted on Fantasy Literature In Wicked Like a Wildfire 2017 , magic and secrecy swirl around Iris and Malina, a pair of seventeen year old fraternal twins who live in current day Montenegro with their single mother, Jasmina Jasmina confides to them that all of the women in their family have a distinct gleam, a magical way to create and enhance beauty Jasmina bakes marvelous foods that call particular visual scenes to the minds of those who eat them Malina can sense moods and reflect them back with an amazing voice that creates layers of harmony And Iris can make flowers and sometimes other objects expand and fractal into spiral blazes and fireworks of color.
Their joyful, though private, practicing of their magic together comes to an abrupt end when the twins are seven Update Just finished and WOW I am so enchanted Imagine Practical Magic if Guillermo del Toro had directed it This is the blurb I gave, and I stand by it 100% Wicked Like a Wildfire was like devouring a succulent fairy fruit it will rob your time, settle into your dreams, and leave you starving for That descriptionOOI m so excited for this one This was a stunning book about the relationships between mothers and daughters, and sisters The writing was utterly beautiful, and I ve never read anything like it The characters, especially the twins, were flawed and real This is a great debut keep your eye out for it next year WrensReads Review If you love the cover, you ll love the bookNever judge a book by its cover Especially when the cover is as beautiful as that with a perfect add on of a title I was just bored There was a lot of fluffy and beautiful descriptions but not enough content for me And the characters didn t really seem to have actual relations You know like you can call someone your best friend but are you actually best friends You can say that you hate someone so much you would push them in front of a bus, but do you actually feel that way It just wasn t for me It might be for someone who loves descriptions than what is happening with the characters But for me, I need WrensReads Goodreads Twitter Instagram RTC I sadly wasn t too impressed I m not going to lie I m a little bored The Magic is a very interesting, but the character dynamic isn t meshing with me very well.
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5 5 stars DNF at page 215 rounded down What s that saying Don t judge a book by its cover Well it goes both ways Beautiful, beautiful, beautiful cover, but the novel itself Not so much But let s start with the good stuff The cover, obviously This book will make you hungry will all of its desert descriptions Like so hungry can t stop drooling hungry This book made me want to buy myself flowers, many flowers It also made me want to wear perfume which I mean, I m allergic to, but whatever It s set in Montenegro, which I know nothing about, so I liked that aspect The writing is pretty if you re into it Was I into it Not really, I read 5 pages of it and the only word that kept running through my mind was pretentious, pretentious, pretentious It felt like the au All The Women In Iris And Malina S Family Have The Unique Magical Ability Or Gleam To Manipulate Beauty Iris Sees Flowers As Fractals And Turns Her Kaleidoscope Visions Into Glasswork, While Malina Interprets Moods As Music But Their Mother Has Strict Rules To Keep Their Gifts A Secret, Even In Their Secluded Sea Side Town Iris And Malina Are Not Allowed To Share Their Magic With Anyone, And Above All, They Are Forbidden From Falling In Love But When Their Mother Is Mysteriously Attacked, The Sisters Will Have To Unearth The Truth Behind The Quiet Lives Their Mother Has Built For Them They Will Discover A Wicked Curse That Haunts Their Family Line But Will They Find That The Very Magic That Bonds Them Together Is Destined To Tear Them Apart Forever I m really, honestly tired of and terribly sorry for having to say this, especially when it s a book that offers such potential for diversity I m talking about, but there s just no other way of putting it good concept, poor execution Wicked Like a Wildfire is set in Cattaro, Montenegro, which is maybe its strongest asset and the thing about it that appealed to me the most In the course of the book, the characters visit some characteristic places of the area for plot related reasons e.
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, Our Lady of the Rocks, a place I didn t even know existed but that sounds so lovely, now I can t wait to visit it and in my opinion, this is such a clever move, I wonder why don t YA authors do that, use their stories to let us see of the world with such undisguised love as Lana Popovi was able to do here Purple prose check The book is heavy w I received an advance copy of this book for free Thanks to HarperCollins and Edelweiss This was a YA paranormal fantasy story about two sisters with special gifts.
I liked Iris and Malina, and I liked how much they supported each other, even when their mother seemed to favour Malina.
The storyline in this was about the two girls having magical gifts that their mother had warned them to keep hidden, Iris ability to make fractal patterns out of flowers, and Malina s ability to sing emotions to people When their mother was then attacked though, it was up to Iris and Malina to try to work out why their mother was attacked and by whom, and to try to understand their powers and what they meant The story was entertaining, but I found the pace a little slow, and the occasional mentions of Pepsi and Mazda s seemed a little incongruous with t Your beauty is a force, you know, a power all its own It can be both sword and shield for you, and win you anything you wantI love magical realism Having read two really fantastic ones in the past month has reignited by love for this magically captivating genre Wicked Like a Wildfire is an enchanting story of beauty, power, family, and love Iris and Malina s family has a history of manipulating or gleaming beauty into magical works of art But their mother is adamant that they keep their abilities a secret, and above all, never fall in love But when their mother is attacked, Iris and Malina must uncover family secrets that can change their lives forever Things I Liked I absolutely loved the descriptive writing in the story Each room, setting, food, smell, and perfume were all vividly described It really highlighted the beauty in their world, and their appreciation



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5 5 stars DNF at page 215 rounded down What s that saying Don t judge a book by its cover Well it goes both ways Beautiful, beautiful, beautiful cover, but the novel itself Not so much But let s start with the good stuff The cover, obviously This book will make you hungry will all of its desert descriptions Like so hungry can t stop drooling hungry This book made me want to buy myself flowers, many flowers It also made me want to wear perfume which I mean, I m allergic to, but whatever It s set in Montenegro, which I know nothing about, so I liked that aspect The writing is pretty if you re into it Was I into it Not really, I read 5 pages of it and the only word that kept running through my mind was pretentious, pretentious, pretentious It felt like the au WrensReads Review If you love the cover, you ll love the bookNever judge a book by its cover Especially when the cover is as beautiful as that with a perfect add on of a title I was just bored There was a lot of fluffy and beautiful descriptions but not enough content for me And the characters didn t really seem to have actual relations You know like you can call someone your best friend but are you actually best friends You can say that you hate someone so much you would push them in front of a bus, but do you actually feel that way It just wasn t for me It might be for someone who loves descriptions than what is happening with the characters But for me, I need WrensReads Goodreads Twitter Instagram RTC I sadly wasn t too impressed I m not going to lie I m a little bored The Magic is a very interesting, but the character dynamic isn t meshing with me very well.
I m really, honestly tired of and terribly sorry for having to say this, especially when it s a book that offers such potential for diversity I m talking about, but there s just no other way of putting it good concept, poor execution Wicked Like a Wildfire is set in Cattaro, Montenegro, which is maybe its strongest asset and the thing about it that appealed to me the most In the course of the book, the characters visit some characteristic places of the area for plot related reasons e.
g.
, Our Lady of the Rocks, a place I didn t even know existed but that sounds so lovely, now I can t wait to visit it and in my opinion, this is such a clever move, I wonder why don t YA authors do that, use their stories to let us see of the world with such undisguised love as Lana Popovi was able to do here Purple prose check The book is heavy w I received an advance copy of this book for free Thanks to HarperCollins and Edelweiss This was a YA paranormal fantasy story about two sisters with special gifts.
I liked Iris and Malina, and I liked how much they supported each other, even when their mother seemed to favour Malina.
The storyline in this was about the two girls having magical gifts that their mother had warned them to keep hidden, Iris ability to make fractal patterns out of flowers, and Malina s ability to sing emotions to people When their mother was then attacked though, it was up to Iris and Malina to try to work out why their mother was attacked and by whom, and to try to understand their powers and what they meant The story was entertaining, but I found the pace a little slow, and the occasional mentions of Pepsi and Mazda s seemed a little incongruous with t Your beauty is a force, you know, a power all its own It can be both sword and shield for you, and win you anything you wantI love magical realism Having read two really fantastic ones in the past month has reignited by love for this magically captivating genre Wicked Like a Wildfire is an enchanting story of beauty, power, family, and love Iris and Malina s family has a history of manipulating or gleaming beauty into magical works of art But their mother is adamant that they keep their abilities a secret, and above all, never fall in love But when their mother is attacked, Iris and Malina must uncover family secrets that can change their lives forever Things I Liked I absolutely loved the descriptive writing in the story Each room, setting, food, smell, and perfume were all vividly described It really highlighted the beauty in their world, and their appreciation

Lana Popovi s debut YA contemporary fantasy, WICKED LIKE A WILDFIRE, was published by Katherine Tegen Books HarperCollins in August 2017 Lana studied psychology and literature at Yale University, and law at Boston University She is a graduate of the Emerson College Publishing and Writing program and works as a literary agent with Chalberg Sussman, specializing in YA.She lives in Boston, s