- File Size: 1913 KB
- Print Length: 374 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publisher: Bookwyrm Books; 2 edition (May 13, 2020)
- Publication Date: May 13, 2020
- Sold by: Amazon.com Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B088NGCQ9L
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #136,422 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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The Mark of Fallen Flame took third place in the 2018 On The Far Side writing contest.
"As a first-time author, Matsen already wields impressive worldbuilding chops. In this scintillating series opener, the newly unfurled clash between Levaroth and Blaze is smoothly and satisfyingly fleshed out...A captivating tale of a teen torn between two loves and threatened by demons." -Kirkus Reviews
"This was a wonderful beginning to the series. The Mark of the Fallen Flame is full of mystery, romance and magic, two warring forces and a world to save, and I can't wait to read more!" -Ava Larksen (Award-winning author of the Little Bird series)
"This was a powerful fantasy driven narrative that did a marvelous job of creating a new mythology that readers will absolutely love!" -Reedsy Discovery
"The characters are so likable and the story was super original! Can't wait for more!" -Goodreads Review
"This story was so well-written, it threw me into a fantasy filled world full of sexy demon slayers, possessive demons who craved to take control and fierce women who can conquer the world." -Goodreads Review--This text refers to the hardcover edition.
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Emma is a senior in highschool, and is hoping to avoid moving again with her mother, and desperately wants to create a stable life for herself. After years of moving on the fly, and never feeling truly settled, she’s craving a life with a little more structure. However, after her and her best friend are attacked by weird, spider like creatures in a dark alley one night, Emma’s life becomes anything but normal. She’s plunged into a world of secrets and monsters, all well discovering her long buried powers. As Emma learns more about these powers, she’s pulled into a war between good and evil. Choices must be made, all while navigating your tumultuous teen years.
The Mark of Fallen Flame has everything that I love in a good book. A strong female lead, Emma is one of my new favorite characters. I cannot wait to see how she grows in feature books, and I’m so excited to see how Matsen continues to develop her into a strong female lead. And then there is the villain, Levaroth. He’s so conflicted, and incredibility well developed. His is a storyline that I am most excited to follow.
Honestly, I was shocked by how much I enjoyed The Mark of Fallen Flame, and I cannot wait for more of this story!
This was an engaging story from start to finish with likable characters and a well-written storyline that will hold your interest. I look forward to reading more in this series.
*I received an advanced copy from the author and am voluntarily providing my honest review.
There are other secondary characters I would love to know more about, particularly Adrianna and Sara. I’m very excited to see that there is a book 1.5, The Spellcaster’s Weapon, which seems to focus on those two. I’ll definitely be checking that book out!