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Fire with Fire (Burn for Burn) [Paperback]

Jenny Han , Siobhan Vivian
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29 Aug 2013 Burn for Burn
After the catastrophic events at the Homecoming Dance at the end of Burn for Burn, Lillia, Kat and Mary come face to face with the consequences of their actions - Reeve in the hospital. While Lillia and Kat begin to have reservations about moving forward with their revenge, Mary becomes convinced Reeve needs to get what is coming to him, no matter what. And as they agreed, each revenge plot needs to be completed. Lillia will make Reeve fall in love with her and then break his heart, just like he broke Mary's. But spending so much time with Reeve, pretending to fall for him, Lillia finds she her fake feelings start feeling very real. And as devoted as the girls are to seeing this through, their friendship starts to sag under the weight of their secrets. Is revenge really worth all of this?

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  • Paperback: 528 pages
  • Publisher: Simon & Schuster Childrens Books (29 Aug 2013)
  • Language: Unknown
  • ISBN-10: 1471116905
  • ISBN-13: 978-1471116902
  • Product Dimensions: 19.6 x 13 x 3.4 cm
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (5 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 91,823 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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Jenny Han is the author of Shug, The Summer I Turned Pretty, It's Not Summer Without You, and We'll Always Have Summer. She is also the author of the chapter book Clara Lee and The Apple Pie Dream. A former children's bookseller, she earned her MFA in creative writing at the New School. She works as a YA librarian at a private school on the Upper West Side. Siobhan Vivian is the author of the young adult novel The List, as well as Not That Kind of Girl, Same Difference, and A Little Friendly Advice. A former editor for Alloy Entertainment, she received her MFA in creative writing at the New School. She teaches creative writing at the University of Pittsburgh.

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3.0 out of 5 stars A good sequel, but a bit long! 3 Mar 2014
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I was a bit apprehensive to start this book. Not that I didn’t enjoy Burn For Burn, I certainly did. However, I wasn’t blown away by it. Yet, something still made me want to read Fire With Fire. The same has happened once more. Not blown away by this book, but intrigued enough to continue with the series. The twist in this book, didn’t come until the very end. I have to admit, it pulled me in and shocked me at the same time. I didn’t see it coming.

Fire With Fire follows the events after Burn For Burn ended. Reeve is in hospital, with a broken leg, following the dance. Lilia, Kat and Mary are feeling slightly guilty over what happened. However, Mary in particularly really doesn’t want their feelings to get in the way of their plan for revenge. Reeve is still the intended victim, but they need to find a new way to mess with him. Mary decides to use Reeve’s feelings for Lilia against him. She wants to break his heart like he broke hers.

I thought Fire With Fire was interesting enough, but it felt way too long. It’s over 500 pages, and it doesn’t have a massive amount of content to justify its length. Halfway through the book, I was beginning to lose interest in it. Luckily I kept reading, because it did eventually reel me back in.

The paranormal edge in this series is slightly confusing me. I just have to read the next book in the series, to see what on earth is going on. Fire With Fire ends with a massive cliff-hanger, which definitely makes me want to read the next instalment. I just hope the next book isn’t as long as this one. If condensed down, I think it would be an incredibly engaging read.
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5.0 out of 5 stars What a twist!! 30 Nov 2013
By Jen
This was a fantastic middle book in the Burn For Burn series! I really couldn't
put it down!

This book follows three girls, Lillia, Kat and Mary. In the first book of the
series they exacted revenge on someone, and you would think that would be
enough. But actually, the lesson didn't sink in and they decide to follow it up
by breaking his heart. So the scheme is set, the trap baited, and the girls wait
to reel him in. Except things don't go to plan. I would love to get into that
some more, but I absolutely won't risk spoiling anything, so I will refrain!

There are a number of really interesting threads to follow in this instalment in
the series; Lillia and Alex - will they? Does she like him like that? Reeve and
Rennie... Kat and anyone, maybe Alex? I particularly liked the development of
Mary. She gets out more, finds a bit of sass (inspired by Kat), and even has her
first kiss. But all along she is fixated on Reeve, and she can't seem to shake
that. She is a very interesting character,

The story takes an almighty twist towards the end, which in some ways I did
sense coming, but it was pretty epic and I found it impossible to put this down
until I was done. I would LOVE to talk about it with someone, and theorise away!
Having now read the revelation, I am mulling over the whole series to date, and
trying to figure it all out. That is the mark of a great book for me - one that
when I finish, I can't stop thinking about for some time afterwards. This
certainly has that factor for me, and I really really can't wait for the final
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4.0 out of 5 stars A Thrilling Sequel! 11 Oct 2013
By Jess Hearts Books VINE VOICE
Fire with Fire felt like quite a different read compared to Burn for Burn. It was less focused on revenge and instead focuses more on the aftermath of Burn for Burns ending and the relationship between Lillia, Kat, and Mary as they go from being accomplices to true friends who care about each other. There's also the introduction of a romance which I really enjoyed. Although I loved both Burn for Burn and Fire with Fire equally they felt like very different books to me and I loved them for entirely different reasons.

In Burn for Burn I felt like Mary was quite an allusive character and I wanted to know more about her and I definitely got that with this book although perhaps not in the way that I was expecting! Mary's quite an unreliable narrator and one of the things that I've come to love about this series is the uneasy feeling she gives me. Mary's chapters have this building tension and she reminded me of `Carrie' like sooner or later she's going to flip and the whole Island's going to know about it!

Romance wise my ships in this series are all over the place! There are so many characters that I like but feel uneasy about and I'm not entirely sure who's genuine. I couldn't tell you who will end up with who and I love the unpredictability of it all! I do have someone in mind for each girl but they all have a lot of craziness to overcome first so I guess I'll have to wait and see!

The ending to this book is INSANE and so clever! I have so many questions and I love the direction the authors have taken this series in with THAT ending. Waiting for Ashes to Ashes to come out is going to be PAINFUL! Overall Fire with Fire was an amazing sequel that didn't suffer from middle book syndrome at all. If Ashes to Ashes is as good as Burn for Burn and Fire with Fire then this could very well go down as one of my favourite contemporary series!
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5.0 out of 5 stars Fire With Fire by Jenny Han and Siobhan Vivian 4 Sep 2013
By Amber
My Twitter followers are aware that this book gave me many feels, but in the interest of preserving what little dignity I have left, I shall try to make this review as serious and professional as possible... Okay, that was an outright lie. Who did you think you were talking to?

My feelings for Burn for Burn were nowhere near as intense as the emotional breakdown that Fire with Fire caused. The last time I liveblogged like that, I believe, was when I was reading Unbreakable by Elizabeth Norris, and that book has scarred me for life. If you can believe it, Fire with Fire is superior to Burn for Burn in several aspects. I still pretty much love both books equally, though, just for different reasons.

There was less of a revenge plot in this book, which is kind of what I was expecting after the ending of Burn for Burn. Surely the girls couldn't continue with their scheming after seriously injuring Reeve? But I was very wrong. They could definitely continue with their scheming, they just had to go about it differently. And the new method was to go after Reeve's heart.

Which brings me to the topic that I have been dying to rave about, and that I'm sure you've all been holding your breath for: Reeve and Lillia.

Well, now I'm just under too much pressure and I don't know how to form a proper sentence. They. Are. LEGIT. Or, rather, they were a ship in Burn for Burn, but in Fire with Fire they quickly sky-rocketed to OTP status. Their relationship is a complicated one. If you've read Burn for Burn then you'll know that Reeve has feelings for Lillia, but he suppressed them and kept them a secret because of the whole Guy Code. Basically, he did it for Alex because Reeve is secretly an amazing friend and I cannot.
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