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Review: Hunted by Fire by Jim Hepburn

Hunted by Fire is an exciting tale of heartache and adventure. Like most teenagers, they push the boundaries and try to find their place in the world. The main character, Felix, is doing just that. However, in the world where he lives, questioning the faith can mean death. As he and a few companions strike out on a mission of great importance, they must remain vigilant not to get caught in the web of those who follow.

I enjoyed this story and felt like I was on the journey with the characters. The friendships and frenemies are fascinating. The character development was important and felt true to their ages. The author did a great job of explaining the basis behind the actions of both sides without rambling.

There were times that shocked me at what happened, and I even felt a tad mad at the author for doing it that way (don’t worry, no spoilers here!).

Unfortunately, there are some grammatical errors. However, I wouldn’t let that dissuade you from getting enraptured in the story.

Overall, I really enjoyed this book and hope to read more of Felix and the others.

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