Flameout: A Souls Of Fire Novel by Keri ArthurFlameout: A Souls Of Fire Novel by Keri Arthur

Flameout: A Souls Of Fire Novel

byKeri Arthur

Mass Market Paperback | July 5, 2016

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New York Times bestselling author of Wicked Embers cranks up the tension in the next Souls of Fire novel, featuring Emberly Pearson, a phoenix who assumes human form to fight death at every turn.…
Emberly and her red hot partner, Jackson, have hit an impasse in their battle against the crazed humans infected by a plague-like virus derived from vampire blood. Their quest to unearth the leader of the group leads them into an ambush—and leaves Emberly at odds with her former lover, Sam, who’s pressuring her to join his Paranormal Investigations Team.
To make matters worse, three local witches have been kidnapped—and if their spells fall into the wrong hands, Emberly’s powers could end up smothered. With time ticking until the virus consumes the world, Emberly and Jackson must race to save the witches, find a cure, and smoke out their nemesis—or go down in a blaze of glory...
Keri Arthur, New York Times bestselling author of the Souls of Fire, Outcast, Dark Angels, and Riley Jenson Guardian series, has written more than thirty books. She’s been nominated in the Best Contemporary Paranormal category of the Romantic Times Reviewers’ Choice Awards and has won a Romantic Times Career Achievement Award for urban...
Title:Flameout: A Souls Of Fire NovelFormat:Mass Market PaperbackDimensions:384 pages, 6.75 × 4.19 × 1 inPublished:July 5, 2016Publisher:Penguin Publishing GroupLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0451477901

ISBN - 13:9780451477903

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Rated 3 out of 5 by from Intense, But Lots of Questions Technically I'm giving this a 3.5. I boosted the rating because I love the world-building and the mythology behind the supernatural creatures, particularly the fae and phoenixes. That said, I honestly think too much time was spent away from the story. I struggled to remember who everyone was and why they mattered, especially characters who didn't have as much impact in this story as they had in others, i.e.: Sam and Rochelle. I'm sad to say I found myself glazing over a lot of the story and the investigation. Maybe I'm in a slump, but I found the investigating to be boring. I'm also a little annoyed with Sam and Emberly. I know the crux is supposed to the phoenix curse but honestly, I just don't find myself liking Sam and think he ought to treat Em better. All this has been complaining and nitpicking, but truthfully, I really liked the action scenes, particularly their visual descriptions. They were truly intense, especially near the end. There were a lot of unanswered questions, which lead to another book next year (ugh, another year? Seriously?), and the ending essentially forces me to buy the next book. I wouldn't have an issue with that, except that as a whole, the story felt like a final novel rather than a new addition, if that makes sense. Hopefully there will be more to liven the plot the next time around.
Date published: 2016-11-15

Editorial Reviews

Praise for Keri Arthur and the Souls of Fire series   “Keri Arthur knows hot to thrill!”—Shana Abé   “Positively one of the best urban fantasy authors in print today.”—Darque Reviews   “Keri Arthur’s imagination and energy infuse everything she writes with zest.”—Charlaine Harris   “Gripping...Stellar writing and plotting.”—Just Talking Books   “Epic...A series that I can’t wait to see more of.”—Much Loved Books   “A red hot new series that’s destined to become an urban fantasy favorite.”—Rabid Reads