After the Fire
There's no one good thing about After the Fire, it's all good. After the Fire brings a sense of tragedy and horror into the reader. The number of times you feel mixed emotions in one page is countless. With no end to the love, hate or anger you feel you really grip on to every character you meet whether that's 'Father John' or 'Moonbeam'. Every character down to the kids has some purpose and no matter there purpose the fer fill it. The back and forth between the interview and Moonbeam's life were amazing reminding me of the style that John Flanagan used in 'Rangers Apprentice.'
Posted on: 24th April 2018 at 01:04 pm
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