Fire & Flood

Kate Karyus Quinn and Others
    • 4.3 • 50 Ratings
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Publisher Description

Gods, monsters, and magic school. Class will never be the same.

I thought that I was just a normal girl. Well, except for dealing with asthma and painful backaches. But then my family was lost in a tragic accident and the next thing I know Hermes is knocking at my door. Yeah, that Hermes - the Greek god.

He tells me I'm special and shows me how to partially shift to release the wings in my back. Suddenly the pain that's been there my whole life is gone...and I can fly!

Well sort of. I've got a lot to learn. So it's off to Mount Olympus Academy where my teachers are gods and my classmates are vampires, werewolves, and witches.

There's also...Val. He's a vampire, and I can't stop thinking about him even though interspecies dating is taboo. I think he might like me too...even though I did accidentally set him on fire the first time we met. Awkward!

It's not all fun and games, though. MOA has a darker side and the more time I spend here, the more secrets I uncover. And the worst secret of all just might be about me.

Fire & Flood is a young adult magic academy fantasy novel with non-stop action. It contains a spunky heroine, one best friend with the gift of sight...to see tomorrow's lunch menu, a mean-girl vampire roommate with a carnivorous plant, and a meet-cute with her roommate's hot twin brother that almost kills them both.

Percy Jackson meets Vampire Academy in this fun new series! Classes start now - one-click to enroll with Edie at Mount Olympus Academy!

GENRE
Young Adult
RELEASED
2021
March 5
LANGUAGE
EN
English
LENGTH
241
Pages
PUBLISHER
Little Fish Publishing
SELLER
Draft2Digital, LLC
SIZE
513.5
KB

Customer Reviews

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Small Suggestions

I loved the relation between MOA and real life. The detail and individual drama was so interesting and I couldn’t stop reading! However, the language that the characters use could be improved so some readers could enjoy the book even more. I really disliked the swearing and language the characters used. Note that not everyone swears. Some people should work on their language, but others speak differently. Everyone is different and everyone has their own way of talking. Maybe it
would be better if some characters used more appropriate language than others; instead of having every character talk the same. After hearing them swear all the time in their daily language; it’s harder to bond with the characters and the harsh words lose their edge after so many times of saying them. All in all, I really enjoyed this book because there was always something interesting going on, but I think the characters language could be improved.

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