So Let Them Burn (The Divine Traitors, 1)

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So Let Them Burn is an immersive Jamaican-inspired fantasy tale that follows Faron Vincent, a gods-blessed female hero facing a difficult choice. Having used her divine magic to free her island from the dragon-riding Langley Empire, Faron now finds herself without a war to fight.

Forced to attend a peace summit, she is surprised when her sister, Elara, forms a bond with an enemy dragon. This traitorous act can only be repaired by killing Elara. Faron, not wanting to lose her only close family left, searches for an alternative solution while Elara uncovers shocking secrets. Both sisters must make life-altering decisions that will determine their own fates and the destiny of their world.

With its sharp and clever tale, So Let Them Burn captivates readers from beginning to end. The novel explores themes of sacrifice and the unbreakable bond between sisters, delivering a compelling and immersive narrative. This book is amazing but is not a great fit for readers twelve and younger. It is better suited for teenagers and young adults. This book was a great read and I hope others find it the same way as I did.

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Author Kamilah Cole
Star Count 4/5
Format Hard
Page Count 400 pages
Publisher Little, Brown Books for Young Readers
Publish Date 16-Jan-2024
ISBN 9780316534635
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Issue March 2024
Category Young Adult