Flicker to Fire (Crimson Sash Book 3) by Amanda Marin, is the culmination of the Crimson sash series. I have to admit it didn’t actually go the way I thought it would, I think it went a whole lot better. I always like to be surprised; I always like it when the ending is a little bit different than what I imagined. Neve and Micah have fought a hard fight for love. You can’t leave this book unread. I have enjoyed this series for the wonderful story that it is, but also for the parts of it that reflect our present society.
North to Nara (Crimson Sash #1) by Amanda Marin was a really good book. I think it demonstrates how many of us start out. We think we live in a wonderful world, everything looks perfect, everything seems perfect. Little by little we see the worms in the apple. Neve begins to see the worms in the apple when Micah catches her eye and suddenly nothing is as it seems. This is a great introduction to wonderful series.
Flicker to Fire: Crimson Sash: Book 3
by Amanda Marin
This book had me hooked from the start and I couldn’t put it down until I got to the end. I have loved this series since the first book and every book just got that much better. It is my suggestion that you read these books in order for the best experience and you will get to know Neve and Micah that much better. Neve and Micah are two very strong people and they have been through so much to be together and in this book they want to fight back. What will happen when they do? There were unexpected twists and turns in this story. The author did an exceptional job making me feel like I was right there in the story. I found this book to be entertaining, heartbreaking, emotional, and hopeful. I highly recommend this book you won’t want to miss out on this wonderful book and series.
Flicker to FIre by Amanda Marin is the third and final book in the Crimson Sash series. I highly recommend reading the books in order because the story lines flow from the beginning to the end of the series. This book is a great conclusion to this series. Neve and Micah are operatives for Sans Murs and are trying to create a better world. The problem gets explosive with the conflicts gaining steam. Will they be able to extinguish the fire before it’s too late?
I have enjoyed the development of Neve and Micah through the series and how they have grown in people with strong beliefs and loyalties. The setting is dystopian with a twist of fantasy but is not so unrealistic to be relatable. I have enjoyed this series and was happy with how the series was ended. I look forward to reading more from Amanda Marin in the future.
This story is a well written dystopian fantasy book. Amanda Marin did a fantastic job with the details. The elements of the story are action, adventure, drama, violence, and friendship. This YA kept my interest from the first page until the last page. This book is my favorite of the series. Neve and Micah are back and are full of hope. I felt the love between them throughout the story. I was at the edge of my seat, wondering what will be happening and prepare for it. I felt like I was right there with Neve and Micah. Will Neve and Micah accomplish what they set out to do? I highly recommend the entire series. This one can be a stand-alone but I think that you will enjoy all the stories
Flicker to Fire, is book three in Amanda Marin’s ‘Crimson Sash’ series. It continues the story of Neve Hall and Micah Ward which began in the first book, ‘North to Nara’ and continued in ‘Sky to Sea’.This is a Young Adult dystopian fantasy series set in a dystopian world with two waring factions the ‘New Republic’ and the ‘Nation’. The couple find themselves in Kébec Village, the refugee centre, and as Sans Murs operatives they begin documenting all of the the Nation’s human rights violation cases as the escapees who arrive at the centre tell them of their stories. However the border wall separating the two factions is crumbling and with it the safety it provides. Meanwhile Isla Pryce’s mission to purge the Nation of Sufferers is just getting started and as Micah has been unfaithful to his vows he is at risk from the vicious Inquisition Board. When mysterious Blythe Thatcher enters the village having been on the run from Pryce, Neve believes she can help Sans Murs further its cause, and help rid the Nation of its awful Suffering system. Once the Nation uncovers their plan, however, the warring factions struggle which started as a flicker quickly turns to fire. Neve and Micah are the only ones who can extinguish the flame but it will be dangerous. No spoilers, I recommend you read the book and the two previous novels in this series.
This is a well written book with a solid storyline, great characters and it moves along at a fast pace. I was gripped from page one and found myself totally immersed in the dystopian world Marin has created, thanks to her amazing world building. Neve and Micah are a great couple who ultimately just want to be together and live in a safe place peacefully. I found the couple likeable, realistic and with a ‘normal’ relationship amidst this dystopian world. I was cheering them on throughout the book and I really cared about their outcome. Blythe was a fascinating new character. Marin has a way of writing and describing the characters that makes you as the reader really get to know them and care for them.
Flicker to Fire by Amanda Marin is the third book in the Crimson Sash series. This series does need to be read in order as each story follows on from the other. This book is a brilliant conclusion to the series and easily my favourite book of the 3. It was so easy to fall right back into these characters and their journey. From the minute I picked up the book I was excited to see how it would end.
The author has created a fantastic world with such lasting characters in them. The story was exciting and had a bit everything you could want in it. I thoroughly enjoyed this whole series and would definitely recommend it.
Flicker to Fire (Crimson Sash Book 3) by Amanda Marin
I have loved loved loved this series. I already can not wait to read them all again. I didn’t know how much I loved the dystopian genre until picking these up. I don’t advise reading them out of order or as stand alones, the story is so heartbreakingly beautiful from start to finish that you would not be getting the full impact without reading them all.
I hate that this series is over but I love that it is because it is perfect the way it stands. This 3rd part had me all messed up, my emotions were all over the place and thinking I had things all figured out so many times and being wrong as many times made this part a slight favorite of the 3. I felt while reading like I knew these characters, felt like I was standing right beside them during this entire journey. I will not soon forget them and I already miss them!
I love the way this author tells a story, you find yourself totally immersed and real life just doesn’t come into play, I could not put it down and lost a few hours sleep to finish it.
Do yourself a favor and one click all 3 of these books that give you 1 story that I know you’ll want to read again and again!
Flicker to Fire (Crimson Sash Book 3) by Amanda Marin is a wonderfully written story that I absolutely devoured in one sitting. I couldn’t put it down till I finished. This is the third book in the Crimson Sash series and although it can be read as standalones I do however recommend reading the whole series, you won’t be disappointed I promise. Neve and Micah have been through so much heartache all they want is love and freedom. Find out what happens next in tbis absolute must read. I really can’t wait to read more from this author.
I have really enjoyed this series so far and so glad that I decided to give up a go when I saw the first book being recommend. Flicker to fire was a fantastic read and definitely my favourite out of the series (the others are great too)! I have taken Neve and Micah into my heart and I have loved reading about them. The author has really brought their story to life over this series. There was also a new character introduced into the story too which was great. A few unexpected twists and turns too made this story really difficult to put down at times I wanted to keep reading to find out just what was going to happen.
I definitely recommend that this series is read in order and I will definitely be making sure I read more from this author again in the future.
Flicker to Fire (Crimson Sash Book 3) by Amanda Marin. This is the edge of your seat ending to Amanda Marin’s Crimson Slash trilogy. Its a young adult series that will keep you turning pages way past your bedtime. Neve Hall & Micah Ward love each other even though their relationship is forbidden. They are working with Sans Murs a activist movement fighting for freedom of movement between the Nation and New Republic. On Isla Pryce they have begun a horrible task to purge the Nation of Sufferers who have been unfaithful to their vows just like Micha. Neve wants to do away with the Nations Suffering system once and for all. Neve & Micah are brave, strong and very courageous and they are fighting with everything they have. Will love be enough to keep them together and safe or will they lose the battle and lose each other in the process? This book will have you on the edge of your seat until the very end. Wonderful exciting story.
Flicker to Fire: Crimson Sash: Book 3 by Amanda Marin is a YA dystopian fantasy story. It is a bittersweet tale and sadly the end of the series. It is both heart breaking and heart-warming and is engaging. You really need to start at the beginning with the first book and work your way up to this one. The story is wonderful and full of many new characters as well as those from the first two books. Amanda has done a wonderful job with the two leading characters who are beautifully written. The journey they have been on has been fraught with heart ache and I have never seen two people more deserving and who all they want is love and freedom and are finally fighting back.
Reviewed by @jennadb
Flicker to Fire by Amanda Marin is the 3rd book in the Crimson Sash series and was a great installment to read! I’m pretty sure this was the final book in the series, and if it was it was a great conclusion to a great series! You will definitely want to start with the first book though, or some of the events and past remembrances won’t make sense. It took me a while to remember what happened in the second book. The characters were great, the storyline was amazing, and this is the kind of book that makes you wary of what the future might hold if somet things don’t change. I definitely recommend this series! It was a great read.
Flicker To Fire by Amanda Marin
I am so bad at reading series out of order. I did this again with this book as this is book 3. I didn’t feel to disoriented by doing this. I felt that the author did such a great job bringing the characters to life that I could easily follow the story line and had a good sense of what was happening and what may have happened previously.
The chemistry between Neve and Micah really is the underlying part of this story and the drama that surrounds them and their family. I felt that the author really draws in the reader and the twists of the story along with the world that has been created just keep you on the edge of your seat. I felt as though I was there and part of the story as I got further and further into
the story I just couldn’t put the book down. I hope to read more from this author in the future.
At the beginning of this I am devastated that these two, who have been through so much, are again facing similar problems. I thought they were finally going to get their well deserved happy ever after..then as the story progresses we find out secrets and surprises that make it all worth it. Making this is the perfect ending to this series! I was pleased to book back up with Micah and Neve to see how they were doing. It was lovely seeing the emotions that run between Micah and Neve. The compassion that Micah and all the Sufferers are capable of just never fails to amaze me.
The story is wonderful. We meet many new characters and say hello to some past ones. I am sad but glad this series is over because I am not sure my heart could handle much more. I said it from book one. These two characters were beautifully written. They really make you believe and feel for them. The Epilogue is a nice final look.
I was excited to get my hands on this finale to a wonderful series from Amanda Marin. Flicker to Fire is the perfect way to end Micah and Neves’ story and I was not one moment disappointed until I realized that it was all over. We have followed these two as they traverse their forbidden relationship in the dystopian world they live in. In this one we get another adventurous story that is full of obstacles they will have to overcome. I was on the edge of my seat the entire read and was so enthralled that I found myself up way late into the night to finish this book in a solid sitting. I am excited that this was such a fun series for me but I am also excited to now see what else Amanda Marin has to offer and available in the very near future! This is one you do not want to miss out on!
Marin has captured my attention with this series and this third chapter was everything I hoped it might be. I’ve loved the journey Marin has taken me on through each installment and this latest edition – perfection. Each story can stand on it own; truthfully, I don’t know why you would stop at one. Once you dive into this world, you will want to read them all. A fantastic read that my YA, dystopian, fantasy, romance loving heart simply devoured!
Flicker to Fire (Crimson Sash #3) by Amanda Marin
The third and final book in the Crimson Sash Series by Amanda Marin. Out of the three books this is by far my favorite. We get to see an ending to Neve and Micah’s story. I honestly didn’t want it to end.
Neve has come to terms that she may never be free from the Nation. Things get worse before they get better. When others from the Nation show up they aren’t exactly kind. The quote I choose for Neve is: “Blythe’s out of surgery. She made it. She’s still unconscious, but she’s all right for now.”
Micah is finally with his parents, but things aren’t as good as they should be. They’re far from a family, but that changes soon. Micah learns the truth about his father. He helps with a plan he shouldn’t be involved in. The quote I choose for Micah is: “Not Joah … he should’ve left Joah alone …”
This is by far the best book in the series. Amanda has an amazing talent for writing. This will not be the only series I read by her. I do highly recommend this book and tissues. Don’t forget the tissues.
Sea to Sky (Crimson Sash #2) by Amanda Marin
As the second book of the Crimson Sash Series by the lovely Mrs. Marin she’s outdone herself. This follows Neve and Micah on the journey. Being to a new country will do things to you. Follow them on the journey of loss, tragedy, and love.
Neve has come to accept that things are different. What she doesn’t realize is that her and Micah are different as well. She helps Micah come to terms with something that has happened. The quote I choose for Neve is: “All right—I stand corrected. It’s going to be your best yet, I think.”
Micah is hurt and not just physically. Things seem to be getting worse, but Neve is there. Things don’t always last, but they always get better in the end. The quote I choose for Micah is: “You shouldn’t have to take care of me …I wish you could go back to Bristol, with your comfortable life and your family, but you can’t, and it’s my fault. Every day I hate myself for having asked you to lie to Isla that day we met. You gave up everything for me, and I’m not worth it. If I’d known …I’d take it all back to spare you this pain. I wouldn’t make you suffer with me.”
If you’ve read North to Nara then this is the book for you. I do highly recommend this book for anyone.
North to Nara (Crimson Sash #1) by Amanda Marin
This is the first book I’ve read by the author and it will not be my last. North to Nara is such an amazing read. As the first book in the Crimson Sash Series it’s an amazing introduction to the characters.
Neve, a sieve, falls head first for a Sufferer. Little does she know things are going to change. For the first time ever she’s going to break the rules. The quote I choose for Neve is: “You wouldn’t be the same person if you’d been made a Soldier. I like this Micah Ward, not whoever you wish you became to make someone else happy.”
Micah, a Sufferer, is the only son to the Wards. When he finds out who he’s Suffering for things change. He finds himself trying to keep everything a secret. The quote I choose for Micah is: “What they don’t tell people is that Suffering isn’t all sacrifice. Our pain and loss makes us stronger, too—it makes us care more deeply and appreciate simple happiness better than anyone.”
I do highly recommend this for anyone who likes a good love story.
Flicker to Fire is the exciting conclusion of Amanda Marin’s Crimson Sash trilogy. I’ve somehow ended up binging the series in a day and a half because I just couldn’t put it down, and whenever I finished a book I HAD to know what happened next. Seriously good.
Crimson Sash is a dystopian YA series which follows Neve Hall and Micah Ward, whose love for each other is forbidden by the strict rules of the Nation they both come from. Their feelings for each other, and the painful consequences of their relationship, have helped them to see the deeper flaws in the Nation and how it is run, and they can’t let things continue as they are.
In Flicker to Fire, Neve and Micah work within Sans Murs, an activist movement fighting for freedom of movement between the Nation and the New Republic, and seeking to put an end to the human rights violations in the Nation. The focus on Sans Murs allows for an interesting exploration of activism, with characters conflicting on the best methods to achieve their goals, and balancing protecting individuals and fighting larger-scale issues.
This book is full of twists – it really kept me on the edge of my seat. I remember noticing I was getting near the end and thinking I knew how things would wrap up – I was very wrong!
I’ve really enjoyed this whole series, and this is another five stars from me! I’d definitely recommend reading the books in order (starting with North to Nara) – you’ll get a lot more context that way as well as a chance to build a connection with the characters. I’d recommend this to teen and YA readers who are concerned about social issues – Marin uses speculative fiction to shine a light on many issues and explore some “what if?”s, as well as showing many aspects of activism with relatable and inspiring characters.
I started reading Sky to Sea almost as soon as I’d finished the previous book in the Amanda Marin’s Crimson Sash series. I’m totally hooked! It’s an engaging dystopian YA story that engages with loads of big social issues in a well-developed world.
Sky to Sea opens with Neve and Micah safely over the border. They’ve left the Nation that has tried to break and kill them behind, and are eager to start a new life in the New Republic. But they face challenges as they must prove their eligibility for immigration, or successfully claim asylum. There are language and culture barriers, skills that were in demand in the Nation that have no use in the Republic. Not to mention the hostility towards people from the Nation meaning that Neve and Micah never quite feel safe.
Something I particularly liked about Sky to Sea is that it addresses Micah’s PTSD. After all that he endured in the previous book, he has deep wounds that require time, care and expert help to heal. Marin approaches the subject in a sensitive and clear manner. We see Neve and Micah recognising and accepting Micah’s PTSD, and Micah’s journey through treatment. I really appreciated his use of art to process his experiences.
This is a great series! Definitely gets five stars from me. I would recommend reading it in order, starting with North to Nara, as this allows you to get to know the characters and the Nation (and the books are so good you’ll want to read them all eventually, so you might as well start at the beginning!). This is a great series for young adult and older teen readers who are concerned about social issues and enjoy speculative fiction.
North to Nara is the first Crimson Sash book, a dystopian YA series by Amanda Marin. Marin paints a picture of the Nation, built on loyalty (following the Expulsions which dealt with those who were not loyal) and strict rules and consequences.
Neve Hall is in many ways a classic YA dystopian heroine. Confident and independent, she is fascinated by the animals which have long since left the Nation. The more she learns about the secrets that keep the Nation running smoothly, the angrier she gets and the more determined to fight for change. Young activists will relate to her sense of justice and willingness to put herself at risk for what she believes in.
Micah Ward is a Sufferer – a fascinating profession that involves him taking on the pain of others so they can go about their lives unhindered. As such, he is empathetic and caring. He is also required to follow a rigid code of conduct which, amongst other things, forbids him from entering into any romantic relationships.
The worldbuilding in North to Nara is fantastic, really setting the reader up for the rest of the series. The story is a bit of a rollercoaster as Neve and Micah face danger and challenges to their beliefs and loyalties. I couldn’t put it down – I had to stay up late to find out what happened! And I’ve got the sequel ready so I can get onto it asap.
For me, this is a five star book. Really enjoyable story, with a world that highlights flaws and risks in our own societies. Perfect for teens and young adults who are concerned about the environment and social issues.
Flicker to Fire (Crimson Sash Book 3)
By Amanda Marin
5 out of 5 stars
I loved reading the book Flicker to Fire (Crimson Sash Book 3) by Amanda Marin. It is a story that pulled me in from the beginning and I was hooked. I have loved reading this series since the first book. I love the characters of Neve Hall and Micah Ward. They are both brave, strong, and have a fierce determination that the Nation’s human rights abuses do not go unpunished. Neve and Micah are characters that you can’t help but root for them to succeed against the Nation. They stand up for those who seek freedom and escape. They also have a love for one another that is undeniable. What does the future hold for Neve, Micah, and the New Republic? Read this book to find out. This is a story that had me turning pages wondering what was going to happen next. It has both heartbreaking and heartwarming moments. I found my emotions going up and down the entire time that I was reading the book. I enjoyed reading about the additional characters that each have their part to play in the story. The author does a wonderful job of making both the storyline and the characters come alive. I felt like I was right there with them. Don’t miss out on an exciting and entertaining story that I didn’t want to put down until I had read the final page. I highly recommend reading it. It is the third book in a series and to fully understand all that transpires it is best to read the stories in order.
Flicker to Fire is the third book in the Crimson Sash series by Amanda Marin. It is an original futuristic, dystopian, YA fantasy- with sci-fi elements, action, adventure, drama, intrigue, friendship, romance, politics, violence, social justice messages, human rights issues, emotion, and lots more.
This book follows on from the first two, with a bridging storyline and many recurring characters- so I really recommend reading the first two books before starting on this one, to get the best possible reading experience of this story.
I have followed the series from the beginning and have been eagerly awaiting the release of this book to continue the adventure. So much has happened along the course of these three books- so I couldn’t help but get caught up in everything that transpired here and what the characters were going through. Amanda Marin certainly knows how to spin a riveting tale and held me enthralled the whole way through.
I don’t want to reveal any of the plot, past or present- just in case you haven’t read any of the books yet, as I really don’t want to give anything away that may spoil the story for you- except to say that if you love dystopian, YA, or future fantasy- then you probably won’t want to miss out on reading this book/series.
I wonder what Ms. Marin has planned for us next?
Thank you, Amanda Marin!
Reviewed by @angelahayes
I enjoyed this book. This is the third book in this series which can be read as a stand alone but I highly recommend reading all of them from the beginning. This is my favorite yet in this series. This is a well developed story that has characters that pulled me into the story right from the first chapter. This is an engaging story that I read in one sitting. I had no issues connecting to the characters as they brought the story to life. Neve and Micah are back in this story. Their story is full of hope and love. It does get a little dark in a few spots but the twists and turns kept me sitting on the edge of my seat just waiting to see what they would do next. There is a lot they go through in this story so I highly recommend reading it just to see. They are great characters that make a great story. This was a great rainy day read and I highly recommend it.
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Flicker to Fire (Crimson Sash Book 3) by Amanda Marin
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Beyond the broken wall, a fire has begun to burn …
Outside the refugee center in Kébec Village, the border wall separating the New Republic from the Nation continues to crumble. On one side, Neve Hall and Micah Ward are Sans Murs operatives, documenting cases of the Nation’s human rights violations as escapees arrive. On the other, Isla Pryce has begun a ruthless mission to purge the Nation of Sufferers who, like Micah, have been unfaithful to their vows.
Then she arrives: Blythe Thatcher, a mysterious young woman on the run from Isla’s vicious Inquisition Board. In Blythe, Neve sees a way to help Sans Murs further its cause—and rid the Nation of its callous Suffering system once and for all. But when the Nation uncovers their plan, the struggle that started as a flicker quickly turns to fire, and only Neve and Micah can extinguish the flame.
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When Amanda was a child, her father traveled frequently for business, always bringing back a book as a present for her. Whether she was getting lost in the pages of a tale about faraway knights, girls with supernatural powers, or kindly giants, she was quickly hooked on stories.
Nowadays, Amanda writes books of her own. She holds degrees in English from Salve Regina University and Boston College, and she works in scholarly publishing. Her favorite things include Starbucks lattes, lazy summer afternoons at the beach, and stories with characters that make you go “awww.” She lives in New Hampshire with her family and furbaby, Snickers the Poodle.
Sky to sea: Chrimson Sash book 2 Amanda Marin
“They thought their troubles were over … but they’ve only just begun.”
Wow, Such a great book that pulls you in and makes you fall in love with the wonderful Characters. I feel like readers of any age will love this book. This book is the second in the series sadly I didn’t read the first and now I feel I must read the first book as well. Such a great writing style and character building. Mrs. Marin has an amazing way of bringing you into the story as you read your emotions pour out of you as you read each page. I’m excited to read more from her!
Sky to Sea: Crimson Sash Book 2, by Amanda Marin was a very good read. It was reflective of our society at this time in our country and the different feelings and attitudes about immigration. I enjoy books that reflect on our present society it helps to understand or consider a perspective that you may not have considered before. And it’s just a good story. The relationship between Neve and Micah is fragile and strong at the same time. Their struggle to help each other in the best way that they know how is a wonderful story. This book is a great read all on its own but if you haven’t read the first in this series North to Nara: Crimson Sash Book 1, you should. The background story will double your reading pleasure for this one.
I remember when I read the first book in this series and the authors writing almost sang to me off the pages, so I have to admit I was really looking forward to reading the next book in the series and I wasn’t disappointed at all. Again the authors writing was such a pleasure to read, the storyline had a lovely flow to it. I love Neve and Micah, they are just such lovely and genuine characters and I enjoyed following their journey. The authors beautiful descriptive language made me feel like I was right there with the characters experiencing some of the scenery and things that they were. Dystopian reads aren’t usually my go to genre but I am really enjoying this series! Sky to Sea should be read following the first book North to Nara as it is a continuation of that story – both wonderful reads and I don’t think readers will be disappointed at all!!
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