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WoW: Jinx's Fire

"Waiting On" Wednesday is a weekly event, hosted by Jill of Breaking the Spine, that spotlights upcoming releases that we're eagerly anticipating.

Sometimes you have to step off the path to get where you’re going. In the Urwald, that could lead to being eaten. But Jinx has to do something, and fast: the forest is under attack, and its magic is fading.


Jinx must travel to the corners of the Urwald to convince all its inhabitants—people, trees, and monsters—to work together to defend their homeland. But he also needs to save the magician Simon and so must make a perilous journey into the icy depths beneath the Glass Mountains.

Will Jinx be able to summon enough of his magic—the bright fire within him—to rescue Simon, defeat the Bonemaster, unite the Urwald, and fight off the invaders?

In this action-packed conclusion to the acclaimed Jinx trilogy, Sage Blackwood spins an epic tale about good and evil, fire and ice, magic and knowledge, and becoming who you are meant to be.


I LOVE the cover. All the covers for these book are beautiful and they go together so well, and I can not wait to have this final book in the trilogy on my shelf with the other two. And not just for aesthetic reasons either. Because these books, I love them. I feel so perfectly at home within their pages and love all the characters desperately and completely, particularly Jinx and Simon. I can not wait to discover how Jinx will pull everything together in the end and what will happen to Simon. (And everyone else I've come to love so dearly in the Urwald. (I'm also very concerned about Elfwyn. What that girl is up to is dangerous stuff indeed.)

The waiting for Jinx's Fire already seems eternal and we still have until March 24, 2015 before it comes out. The good news is, that gives all of you who haven't read Jinx and Jinx's Magic plenty of time for catching up. 

Comments

Tracy said…
This doesn't look like anything I'd normally read, but it does sound interesting. I haven't read anything else by this author. Thanks for sharing!

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Brandy said…
It's a great look into how awesome MG Fantasy can be if you're interested. :)
Brenda said…
Thanks for the reminder, I still need to read Jinx's Magic. The covers are very engaging.
Unknown said…
Looks like I have a series to catch up on. Thanks for sharing.
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Brandy said…
Perfect timing then! Go get it! (It's soooo wonderful.)
Brandy said…
It's a wonderful one!
Nemo Rosa said…
2015 seems so far away! it sounds really good, adding it to my TBR list!
Camille Flores said…
I know the feeling of having to wait for 2015 for a book to be released. It seems like forever. Hope you'll enjoy reading this one very much.

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