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Fuel to the Fire by [Staniforth, David]
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Fuel to the Fire Kindle Edition

4.5 out of 5 stars 28 customer reviews
Book 1 of 3 in Fuel to the Fire (3 Book Series)
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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 2292 KB
  • Print Length: 247 pages
  • Page Numbers Source ISBN: 1499587570
  • Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00AGJR4VI
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  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars 28 customer reviews
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By Ignite TOP 1000 REVIEWER on 6 Jan. 2013
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This is the story of a girl on the brink of womanhood in a world where pretty girls are taken as sexual playthings by the ruler whose taste leans towards torture and murder. Her parents have disguised her as a boy. She makes her way into a parallel world where she finds a more loving environment amongst a family who have historically always been dragon trainers. To prevent evil overtaking both worlds, she has to go back - on a black dragon, the most dangerous.

The story is interesting and imaginative; it's written using some lovely language and I found it very enjoyable. There was some good descriptive writing - I found the dragon fight absolutely gripping and had to grit my own teeth as the dragon's were damaged! There are some characters here with considerable depths - the despotic ruler's assistant; the Keeper, Hesperus, whose role I don't fully understand; the Miller who was once a Dragon Trainer. If you're a lover of a good, imaginative fantasy tale, you'll enjoy this story. There's at least one sequel and I can see it won't be long before I read that too.
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Though not an avid reader, i thoroughly enjoyed this story of two worlds, both opposites to the other. The story is set around the lead character Davran, who starts in one world and eventually finds herself in the other. It was enjoyable following how this character grew and changed with every brand new emotion and feeling that comes with everything you've dreamed becoming reality. She eventually has to return to the world from once she came with new friends and a legendary Black Dragon to follow the path for told by the stars. This book was a very easy read even with the few mistakes it had, i could not leave this book alone, reading every free second i had. Have already recommended to several friends, and i am now reading the second in the series.
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I very much enjoyed this fantasy novel, romping through it in a few hours before reading through again more slowly, savouring the details. I had the second book in this series, Ruler's Desire, waiting on my kindle and I was very glad of that; I simply had to know what happened next to Davran, Ronyn and Khalil.
The characters were very well drawn and believable, which is very important to me. I could believe in the characters which allowed me to care about them. I loved the contrasts between the two worlds; the dark world Davran inhabits, filled with fear, and the light, free world Ronyn comes from.
You'd be forgiven for expecting the descriptions of Davran's world - where young ladies are taken to be concubines for a sadistic ruler - to be unrelentingly dark and disturbing, but I think the author balances it beautifully. Some authors have a tendency to splash shock across every page, desensitising the reader and ruining the effect. That isn't the case in this book. When scenes of severe brutality are revealed they are done skilfully, and are necessary to the plot, often hinting at awfulness without actually showing the reader, allowing the reader's imagination to sketch in the fine detail. This is balanced brilliantly with descriptive scenes that are intense and fantastically well realised. The scene where Hesperus trains the black dragon spring to mind as I ponder this, as does the scene where Davran (pretending to be male to escape the awful fate of girls in her world) gets her first "moon blood".
I often felt that it was about love and life and family enduring through even the worst of circumstances, the changed my mind and decided it was about how hatred always begets more hatred and suffering.
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I actually read this when I was staying overnight in hospital, and it definitely kept me entertained! Written in a very engaging way, something that this author seems to have a knack for, with some good descriptions, I found it quite difficult to put down (I wanted to tell the nurses and doctors to leave me alone because my book was just too gripping!). I loved how the author introduced us to a lot of information, without it feeling overwhelming, and left no stone unturned. While the story did switch between different perspectives, I did not find this at all difficult to follow, and thought it was a very effective way of introducing the reader to new information.

Davran was a beautifully crafted character. From the very start of the book, it was extremely difficult not to feel sorry for her. I loved how the character grew throughout the book, and the innocent way she saw the world only added to this need to protect her. The interactions between her and Ronyn were also really well written, and were a beautiful addition to the new way that Davran was seeing the world. I found that as well as the characters that it was impossible not to love, there were also characters that made me want to jump into the book and deal with them myself!
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By Jud on 23 Jun. 2014
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I thought I would give this book a go after hearing good things about it from others, I didn't realise it was a Fantasy book when I started and thought it would be more of a Sci-fi story (no idea where I got this misconception from). I was hooked from the minute I began reading, the author has created wonderful characters that you really care about and others that you want to rip from the pages yourself for being so evil and horrid. The point of view in the story changes from time to time between a few of the main characters but I found the transition very clear and definitely essential, trying to add the needed information any other way would have complicated the story and most likely weakened it (in my opinion). The pace is fast but doesn't neglect anything, spending as much time as is necessary in each scene without lingering too long on one point.

I loved this book so much that on finishing I bought the second immediately after, I wish I could go back in time to read it all over agin for the first time.
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