We hunt the flame. We Hunt the Flame

YAY! This was my first read with so much Arabic in the dialogue and narrative, but there was enough context that I got used to it.


No one expects her to come back alive, least of all the Sultan to the north, who sends his son Nasir, a trained assassin, to find the famed hunter and bring the lost magic to him.

An appealing spin on traditional fantasy elements.

Anyway, do I even need to present We Hunt The Flame? Both Zafira and Nasir are legends in the kingdom of Arawiya—but neither wants to be.

2019-02-05 the plot of the book was slow-paced but it did not drag on or boring
I can both see why one would love this, but also hate it Basically, the characters were flat and didn't try to be more than the plastic archetypes than the writer started with
Did that really happen? I mean, I like when authors have beautiful prose and there is a subtle kind of comparison and similarities in lines
How is the clothing of the characters described? People died because he lived
Retrieved 2019-05-24 Along with the two narrators we are blessed with so many more wonderful characters
It didn't overdo it with the flourish, but it also wasn't dull i think it helped that i didnt have any expectations going in and that i was totally in the mood for some exotic ancient arabian magic
I liked this book though and I did not regret spending my free time by reading this book Nasir, the Prince of Death himself, is tasked to capture her and steal the artifact for his father even if his heart is conflicted
i had an opportunity to read this early and i'm pretty jealous of myself : this book is INCREDIBLE and i'm pretty sure i've found my book husband In conclusion, We Hunt The Flame is as boring and banal as Wicked Saints was a couple of months ago, and I don't even know if I'm going keep reading new releases labelled under the YA fantasy genre anymore because honestly, they've all been a disappointment this year
Like: The Hunger Games; Uprooted; Throne of Glass
'" - BUSTLE "About to take the industry by storm Nasir is the Prince of Death, assassinating those foolish enough to defy his autocratic father, the sultan
Readers smell the different foods in the marketplace and begin to understand the many layers of each culture in Arawiya his tattoo, the bronzed ink shimmering in the early light
VERDICT Fans of Sabaa Tahir's An Ember in the Ashes and Tomi Adeyemi's Children of Blood and Bone should get excited for their next obsession I was so sure I read this somewhere before and then DING DING: Throne of Glass!!!! It's been all over booktwitter and I'm not even on it and everyone keeps talking about it
But she begins to reveal herself and accept her powers and her calling to save others Today it is a divided land where misogyny reigns-headed by a Sultan determined to rule all of the lands himself
They were a tumultuous gray like the ashes of a dead fire, adrift on a cold wind But these two obviously fall in love yada yada, do I need to say more? 🌟 Now the writing was the thing that irked me most, the mix between Arabic and English was a big NO from me! Which makes him the perfect YA love interest