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Unformatted text preview: Name, author and opinion: Fire, Kristin Cashore – At first I was kind of bored, I actually read the first 2 chapters and then put the book down and didn’t pick it back up until about 6 months later. After I began reading it again I couldn’t put it down. It pulls you into this new world with all of these different scenarios going on and it’s hard not to know what is about to happen next. Setting: The setting is on the other side of a large set of mountains from the first book in this series where there the kingdom is left with rebels and thieves running amuck. The setting gives the characters purpose and gives them a goal to make things better. Plot: Fire is a monster child of the previous kings advisor who used his mind control to turn the kingdom into chaos in which he thrived off of. She spends most of the time trying to redeem herself because of her fathers actions. The king and his family are also trying to rein in the craziness and fix the problems that their father left them by using Fire to learn...
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- Spring '11
- English-language films, Meaning of life, mind control, Kristin Cashore