The Fiery Heart
World After (Read)
OK, that’s only three and I’ve already read one of them but I’m so excited because I’d been waiting for so long to read The Fiery Heart and World After. I waited for Sentinel too but only for about a month because I barely discovered that series.
I want to read the Fiery Heart but then I have to wait FOREVER again to read the next book. After having read World After I’m feeling very impatient for the last book of Penryn and the End of Days.
Come on people WRITE, WRITE, WRITE! =P
I loved Angelfall and I’ve been dying to read World After. It finally came to my hands last night. I read for a few hours and finished it earlier today. IT’S SOO GOOD!
Penryn’s goal throughout the book is to find her sister, once again, and reunite her family. She must witness more horrors the angels are inflicting upon the humans, and at time try to save them. She longs to see Raffe but she doesn’t see him anywhere and he thinks she’s dead.
Read, READ, read!
There is lots of disturbing parts, sad parts, funny parts, and swoony parts. Ok there are not really swoony parts which I’m glad about because it keeps us swooning over Raffe.
Amazing! Yes, it’s not historically accurate but what a story! It makes me want to be a part of their friendship.
Verity, has been captured by the Gestapo. She has no immunity as a prisoner of war because she is a spy for the English. I can’t write too much on this story without giving stuff away.
The reason she is writing is because she is being forced to write everything she knows about English airplanes, air fields, codes, etc. She says she is weak and that she can no longer bare being naked so she gives them what they want. In her writing she talks a lot about her best friend Maddie, a femael pilot and mechanic.
Maddie is the one who drops her off in occupied France. Verity gets captured because she makes a silly mistake of looking the wrong way for traffic!
Elizabeth Wein has had quite a year. Since her World War II-era spy novel Code Name Verity came out last spring, it's racked up young adult book awards right and left, as well as accolades from publications like The New York Times and NPR.
All that acclaim couldn't go to a more deserving book: Code Name Verity is a ferocious, dazzling tale of the friendship between two young women who also happen to be ace British spies, and the courage they summon under terrible circumstances.
This story is about three girls who share the exact same DNA, they are CLONES! Dun dun duuuun! They must live in hiding and pretend to be one girl, sharing the time of the day in three parts. One goes to school in the morning, the other takes the afternoon shift, the last takes the evening shift. The girls are very compliant until they start to like boys, different boys. They have to decide who they’re going to date because they can only date one. Their world begins to look dull and trapping. Things start to change and they become paranoid of their mom’s true intentions.