Burning Night: where the ashes of the past awaken the future by Nikki Broadwell
The first book I read by this author I claimed might just have been my favorite of the year and that has not changed, this one is totally different which has led me to believe that this author can write anything in any genre. I wasn’t sure what to expect when I read the synopsis and as I read I kept getting deeper and deeper and found that I could not put this book down. I never knew from one minute to the next what was going to happen.
This was a fast moving story with many OMG moments and even more emotions. I think I felt every emotion that has a name and then even some I can’t explain. I felt totally out of control through most of the book, not much different then what Collie was feeling and as her dreams progressed and she had trouble working out whether things that happened were a dream or reality, I found myself wondering the same thing. I had a bit of trouble connecting to any of the secondary characters, well except for Tim but so did Collie and I think the author did this on purpose because it helped bring me into the story that much more and I seriously wanted to slap a few people upside the head more than once.
I absolutely loved this book and I loved the journey I feel like I was on with Collie, I really didn’t want it to end and I can not wait to read more from this author, she has definitely joined my list of doesn’t matter what she writes I’ll read it and I highly recommend you giving this one a go.
I Loved It!!!
Review by @debikircher