Rebel Fire (Paperback)
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Rebel Fire (Paperback)

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£7.99
Paperback 352 Pages
Published: 06/07/2023
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Lin's propulsive fantasy series inspired by Japanese folklore continues apace as both Kurara and the evil princess search for the elusive paper phoenix through forests and across the seas.

The second in a pacy and lyrical fantasy adventure trilogy set in a world of flying ships, sky cities and rebel uprisings.

Kurara and her shipmates have escaped the grasp of the princess, whose wish to control and command them as her own human shikigami would be a fate worse than death. Travelling through the forests and across the seas of Mikoshima, they finally the Grand Stream, where their old airship - and old enemies - await.

Both parties seek the greatest shikigami of all: Suzaku, a paper phoenix. But will it be saved - or destroyed?

Publisher: Walker Books Ltd
ISBN: 9781406399608
Number of pages: 352
Weight: 240 g
Dimensions: 198 x 130 x 27 mm


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5 stars! Some of the absolute best fantasy out there. It’s origami magic with the most picturesque and yet terrifying settings. I’d give a lot of money to be able to do even 2 of the cool things Kurara can do. Ann Sei Lin has such a way with fantasy and worldbuilding that you’re instantly transported to her exquisite world. - NetGalley Reviewer

It steps into the void of books aimed at 12-15 year olds. It is full of an epic adventure through the world. - NetGalley Reviewer

This is a beautifully imagined world. This writer is very talented. This book was interesting, exploring themes of morality, slavery and the responsibility of power. The Japanese culture is as vivid and intriguing as it was in the last book. The characters are interesting and the plot is twisty. [...] This author has so much offer and I look forward to reading the next book in this series. - NetGalley Reviewer

The writing style is beautiful and very descriptive […] I thought the ending was amazing and can’t wait for more! This novel was very enjoyable to read and the characters were well-written, and I would definitely recommend this to a friend! - NetGalley Reviewer

I was so glad to re-enter this fantasy world created by Ann Sei Lin. - NetGalley Reviewer

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“A Japanese style adventure to get absorbed in from a talented writer.”

When Kurara and Haku escape from Sola Il at the end of Rebel Skies they are plunged back to earth in the Groundling world. Hunted by her old crafter master and pursued by the egotistical Princess desperate to control... More

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“A Japanese style adventure to get absorbed in from a talented writer.”

When Kurara and Haku escape from Sola Il at the end of Rebel Skies they are plunged back to earth in the Groundling world. Hunted by her old crafter master and pursued by the egotistical Princess desperate to control... More

Paperback edition
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“Strong second book in a YA fantasy trilogy inspired by Japanese culture”

It is shortly after REBEL SKIES.

Kurara, Haru, Tomoe and Sayo are walking to Nessai Harbour where they plan to take an airship to the Grand Stream in an attempt to meet up with their crew mates on the Orihime who... More

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