Enna let the fire burn out. She was not used to this duty. For the three years she had lived and worked in the city, the hearth had been the hall mistress’s responsibility.
When Enna’s brother Leifer finds the power to make fire without a spark, she knows that it’s an ability that can be used for good…if it can be controlled. But when her country (Bayern) goes to war, Enna feels that it is her duty to use her power to save them.
I loved Goose Girl, also by Shannon Hale, which is set in Bayern as well, and Princess Academy, another of her books. I was not disappointed by Enna Burning. It was fast-paced and suspenseful, full of action. I could really imagine this fire power that Enna struggles to control. The characters were all rich and realistic; I really cared about them and what was going to happen.
Read Enna Burning:
- if you like Shannon Hale
- if you like fantasy
- if you like books about a special power
|Very Good! I would recommend this book!|