Saturday, April 7, 2012

Review: Burn by Heath Gibson

Title: Burn
Author: Heath Gibson
Publisher: Flux
Publication Date: August 8, 2012

Summary (as quoted from Amazon) William Tucker loves being a volunteer firefighter (maybe it’s no coincidence that a pastor’s son would enjoy saving people). And after he rescues his crush, Mandy Pearman, she undergoes a profound transformation for the better. In fact, it seems like a lot of good comes from the embers of tragedy in his small Alabama town. William may not be able to meet his father’s expectations, force his mother to ditch the gin, or protect his gay brother, but for those who need a second chance at life, William isn’t afraid to light the match—and become the hero the town needs.

This book was an amazing read. But seeing as it was an arc there were soo many grammer and spelling errors. It was like someone trying to text quickly with an Iphone using T9. Words were in wrong place or didnt make sense at all. Hopefully the finally version has better luck with that. But story wise it was pretty good. I personally like fire so it's the whole reason I choose this book. But what really suprised me was the detail to each character. The story within. That boy had so much going on you had to peel back each layer just to find a new secret or descover something new. I really liked the book and it was a quick read!


1 comment:

Jenna and Ashley said...

ARCs with mistakes drive me mad, but I'm glad you liked it!
-Jenna @ Fans of Fiction

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