Rise of the Flame by K. N. Lee #Review 

Title: Rise of the Flame
Series: The Eura Chronicles book 1
Author: K.N. Lee
Genre: Fantasy, Teens & YA
Publisher: Patchwork Press
Publication Date: August 1, 2016
Received: via Netgalley

Blurb:

Six races. Four realms. One devastating war.
The survival of the universe rests on the shoulders of one human girl, but can Lilae escape slavery in time to save humanity?

On the other side of the world, Prince Liam leads his army across the realm to protect the Tryans and the fairies from Shadow Elf raiders. When their odds of survival become next to impossible, he must set out on a journey to find a dragon, a powerful child king, and the blessing of a fallen god to aid him in the inevitable realm war.

The path forward for both Liam and Lilae seems clear until their dreamscapes collide. But while they draw strength from their connection, Lilae may be falling for the mysterious emperor who should be her greatest enemy.

Review:

I want to thank Netgalley and Patchwork Press for giving me the chance to read Rise of the Flame for free, provided that I leave an honest review.

Rise of the Flame made me think of RPG (roll playing games) and what it is like for them in an actual life. We have Lilae that is going on a journey that she doesn’t really want to. All for the ride is her adopted family that Delia chose. We do find out which God chose Lilae and what is going on with Liam. However, it is a slow read but it has action in it to keep you wanting to read. Lilae and Liam both have choices that have make during this part of their story. I give it a four out of five. 

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