Burn Bright (Dark Star, book 2) by Bethany Frenette – book cover, description, publication history. Audrey Whitticomb saved her entire city. Well, kind of. The superhero Morning Star (who just happens to be Audrey’s mom) might have played a. The NOOK Book (eBook) of the Burn Bright (Dark Star Series #2) by Bethany Frenette at Barnes & Noble. FREE Shipping on $ or more!.
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If she ends up killing anyone off, she better be prepared for a very angry email from me! When a villain pops up with abilities surpassing what everyone has faced before, you know things are going to get real! At first I didn’t like him, but he grew on me. What she finally learns is extremely upsetting for her and she has to decide what to do with her new knowledge. I have absolutely no notes in my book copy about stupid decision making or awkward social skills.
However, I do like how the book feels like a superhero movie. Burn Bright definitely delivers on the tension. The villain, Susannah, is super creepy. When a new ability starts developing, she looks about as to how to best help out the Kin.
This week I want to discuss how to get ARCs, how much is too much, Audrey already has a ton on her plate: But, the Remnants secret identity is buried so deep, that nobody within the Kin really knows who she is.
This solution for both of their goods had a huge affect on me. Feb 21, Matilda rated it it was amazing Shelves: The author wrote the action scenes well; I never felt as if they got boring or overdramatic.
Audrey already has a ton on her plate: She actually does stuff and not in a typical cliche and cheesy YA parent type of way. To us, she’s something completely different: The characters, Audrey, Lucy, Leon, Drew, Tink, Gideon, damn, even Shane, all of befhany characters feel real to me, as do their relationships with one another, and it’s beautiful.
It may have been my favorite betnany of the book. The author wrote in such a way that you couldn’t guess the remnant till the end. She wanted to protect herself, she didn’t want him to get hurt because the circle called him to look after her, so she is starting to fight their bond.
Perhaps my favorite thing here though is how trope-aware Frenette seems to be. She knows that one day she will also be called upon to fill her place within the Kin’s guardian ranks like her boyfriend Leon Farkas, her best friend Tink, as well as her own father Adrian St.
Other than that, DUDE. I didn’t connect with her well. In between my heartbreak over this series lack of love, I could not have wished for a better sequel, and this series definitely has a place in my heart. Burn Bright is action packed and it wasn’t just that, there were moments that I found sad and shocking, scenes that kept turning the pages to figure out was going to happen next and what Susannah’s next step would be plus figure out what it was she up to exactly.
While Dark Star was a fun read, it didn’t really make an impression, but Burn Bright? But to what end? He is definitely on my list of fictional crushes. I love Gideon and Tink, and more of them would not have gone amiss. In fact, I just love pretty much everything about Burn Bright.
I was a bit fuzzy on what happened in Dark Star, but Burn Bright craftily weaves in the storyline from book one So, if you follow me on Twitter, you know that I’ve been dying for a book where the main character isn’t the prophetic savior or bringer of doom.
I like all the characters in the story, except for Tink.
Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. When You start this book. This causes a little momentary jealousy for Audrey since she would do anything to be chosen as a Guardian.
Jul 09, Shweta Choudhary rated it it was amazing Shelves: Good for some, not for others. Not only that, but bdthany actually thinks. She’s strong, she’s determined, tough, albeit a bit pig-headed ffrenette. We get more worldbuilding, more info, a super creepy bad girl demon who honestly will hau my link text Rating: I requested an arc at netgalley anyway, becaaauuusseee As my curiosity is slowly speed and adding up, I started to wonder will Audrey continue resisting the bond between her su This book was recommended to me when I finished reading freenette first book in this series, Dark Star.
She lives in Minneapolis, where she hopes to one day awake with superpowers. What makes this book stand on it’s own two feet, amidst the many urban bfight, paranormal and magical-esk young adult reads out in the genre?
But after two peaceful months, there is a vicious new threat in Minneapolis. The storyline was good. Susannah is the demon’s name and Audrey manages to have quite a few encounters with her.
They both want to protect each other so much that it ends up causing so many problems. As Audrey gets closer to figuring out Susannah’s motives and tracking down the Remnant, she’ll bethanny more than she bargained for.
Tink is having boyfriend troubles but that pales before her biggest problem.
Review: Burn Bright by Bethany Frenette | The YA Kitten
Really enjoyed the romance, Leon and Audrey were more couple-y and had more scenes together than the first one, and I just liked how Leon still felt the need to protect her despite the fact that she thought the Guardian connection was gone after what had happened at Harlow Tower a few months ago. Then, when they couldn’t get past the fact that Leon was Called to protect her and Audrey didn’t want him getting hurt in order to do so and they ended up at an impasse.
If you have read Dark Star, definitely check out Burn Bright! We get more worldbuilding, more info, a super creepy bad girl demon who honestly will haunt your nightmares.