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  • Burn Elementally Evolved #1
  • T.J. Klune
  • English
  • 04 January 2017
  • 9781613723555

10 thoughts on “Burn Elementally Evolved #1

  1. says:

    Alright excuse me for a moment as I geek out and at several points mention Joss Whedon and cultural references in this review I won’t be able to really discuss the plot or use direct uotes much because almost

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    PROJECT LET RANDOMORG CHOOSE MY BOOK FROM ALL THE BOOKS I OWN AND READ IT REGARDLESS OF IF I WANT TO OR NOT Book 6MY BRAIN IS FRIEDI don’t know if this book is a 5 or a 5 rating Like I’m hella confused about my

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    “My name is Felix Paracel and when I was nine I became angry with my mother and killed her with fire that shot from my hands”There are perhaps 5000 elementals in the United States Fire earth air water – elementals have the innate power t

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    2018 TJ has confirmed that there will be no seuel to this storyhe just doesn't have the time and it didn't sell as well as others he's written

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    I stayed up until 600 AM two days in a row reading Burn and being its bitch I regret nothing THE PLOTThe world set was fa

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    Let's Compartmentalize DNF'd at 64%I want to start this off by saying that I respect what TJ Klune tried to accomplish with this book If nothing else Burn is an ambitious storyHaving said that this book really made me uest

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    I wont be able to read this because the writing would drive me insane Long flash backs and extreme repetitiveness just be

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    After having this book sitting on my currently reading shelf for 2 months I am finally DNF ing it with only 7% left The a

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    About 45 stars After reading many other reader's reviews this book appears to be like black licorice you love it or you hate it I personally detest black licorice but I loved this book and found it interesting that there were a few DNFs out thereI've been putting off writing this review because I have so much to say and I exhaust myself just thinking about it The book itself was a little exhausting Did I lov

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    It took me a long time to come up with a review for this book Not because I didn’t like it but because I loved it and there is just

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Burn Elementally Evolved #1

Seven Seven the mysterious man who rescued Felix from that horrible fire years ago and then disappeared Seven who has returned to claim what's rightfully his Felix's heart But even as Felix begins to trust Seven and his feelings about his place in the world the darkness reveals itself bringing conseuences no one could have predicte. I wont be able to read this because the writing would drive me insane Long flash backs and extreme repetitiveness just being some of the issues Sometimes a lot of the time less is so show a story instead of rambling through pointless and wordy details trying to tell one image error

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Set in a world that closely resembles our own Burn is a story of redemption and betrayal of family and sacrifice which leads to the greatest uestion of all how far would you go to save the ones you love Fifteen years ago Felix Paracel killed his mother with fire that shot from his hands Since then he has hidden from forces bent on. Alright excuse me for a moment as I geek out and at several points mention Joss Whedon and cultural references in this review I won t be able to really discuss the plot or use direct uotes much because almost everything would be spoilerishLet me first say that I loved this book People expecting a straightforward science fiction book or a romance won t get that in this book What they will get are elements of adventure horror romance science fiction and an eventual epic journey It s a combination of everything I love and what gets me excited about readingWhile reading Burn I kept getting a sense of nostalgia When I think back to those movies as a child I loved such as ET The Goonies or The Neverending Story random pieces will jar my memory Every time I hear the score to ET I instantly remember the scene where they are pedaling across the moon That s how I felt with this book The imagery at times is so sharp and detailed that I know many moments of this book will come back to me over and over again The roof scene and the moment with the tree are particularly special The author has also posted a novel playlist and while reading certain chapters I would listen and now certain songs will always be a nostalgic trigger for Burn especially Set Fire to the Rain Stories such as this invite you to make the journey along with the charactersI love what this book makes me think and processAs Joss Whedon wrote for Buffy You still don t get it It s not about what s right It s not about what s wrong It s about power This book explores this whole idea of US versus THEM in society The OutsidersDifferent Ones versus the Normals There is the uestion of can someone who is different blend in with the normals for a time even years and go largely unnoticed and be happy Can the different ones have friends and family that love them and support them regardless If you are different are you obligated to feel a sense of loyalty to others like yourself Do you fight for your group as a whole or do you sit back and do nothing These are uestions our main character Felix asks himself in different formats and often doesn t come up with a solid answer Most probably because these uestions are complex and very personal for each individual The author brings in the idea of the government and its control of individuals rights Can and will the government interfere with people based on their differences The results could be deadlyThis doesn t only extend though to the broad idea of THEM or Normals This goes towards your family and your partner If you ve been told its fate that you care for these people and that its written that you must support and love them is that all there is that binds you to them Can you love someone so different from yourself or instantaneously Does everything that has been tied to fate determine one s destiny Welcome home Findo Unum he breathed pushing a hidden button that raised the steel gate It rose slowly inevitably What this book displays is that everything in life is about choices No matter who you ve been told to love or told what your fate is there are choices that a person has to make to choose their path In Felix s case the choices are just extremeTj Klune said it best The choices humans make are like a ripple in a pond They carry from one to another bouncing dancing Colliding And still they go on But you The choices you make are like a tsunami in the ocean Burn Elementally EvolvedThis book also has much suspense and seriously the last 30% I was nervous as hell I don t often get that way with books but I was completely freaked out and waiting for the shoe to drop I thought I had things figured out several times only to be proven I was wrong Like waaaaaaay wrong Make it dark make it grim make it tough but then for the love of God tell a joke Joss WhedonIt s not all suspenseful though There is much humor and adventure and the secondary characters are a blast I cared about all of them and didn t mind when the main characters shared time with them Let me also make a note that I can appreciate how this author writes female characters So often they are over the top or crazy psychos in this genre Whether you like the females in his books or not I can understand their reactions The romance aspect is also rockin Smut heavenI loved it I will reread this with my friends when it becomes available and I will reread this probably several times before the seuel is released Gooooooo read itAnd lastly I leave you with this This was me for a solid 10 minutes when I finished the book Interpret it how you willhttpyoutubeA1Gy1eu 680 Grass, Sky, Song uestion of all how far would you go to save the ones you love Fifteen years ago Felix Paracel killed his mother with fire that shot from his hands Since then he has hidden from forces bent on. Alright excuse me for a moment as I geek out and at several points mention Joss Whedon and cultural references in this review I won t be able to really discuss the plot or Otter Chaos! (Otter Chaos use direct The Illusionists uotes much because almost everything would be spoilerishLet me first say that I loved this book People expecting a straightforward science fiction book or a romance won t get that in this book What they will get are elements of adventure horror romance science fiction and an eventual epic journey It s a combination of everything I love and what gets me excited about readingWhile reading Burn I kept getting a sense of nostalgia When I think back to those movies as a child I loved such as ET The Goonies or The Neverending Story random pieces will jar my memory Every time I hear the score to ET I instantly remember the scene where they are pedaling across the moon That s how I felt with this book The imagery at times is so sharp and detailed that I know many moments of this book will come back to me over and over again The roof scene and the moment with the tree are particularly special The author has also posted a novel playlist and while reading certain chapters I would listen and now certain songs will always be a nostalgic trigger for Burn especially Set Fire to the Rain Stories such as this invite you to make the journey along with the charactersI love what this book makes me think and processAs Joss Whedon wrote for Buffy You still don t get it It s not about what s right It s not about what s wrong It s about power This book explores this whole idea of US versus THEM in society The OutsidersDifferent Ones versus the Normals There is the O Último Testamento (Maggie Costello, uestion of can someone who is different blend in with the normals for a time even years and go largely One for My Baby unnoticed and be happy Can the different ones have friends and family that love them and support them regardless If you are different are you obligated to feel a sense of loyalty to others like yourself Do you fight for your group as a whole or do you sit back and do nothing These are Paragon Walk (Charlotte & Thomas Pitt, uestions our main character Felix asks himself in different formats and often doesn t come We up with a solid answer Most probably because these The Moon Platoon (Space Runners, uestions are complex and very personal for each individual The author brings in the idea of the government and its control of individuals rights Can and will the government interfere with people based on their differences The results could be deadlyThis doesn t only extend though to the broad idea of THEM or Normals This goes towards your family and your partner If you ve been told its fate that you care for these people and that its written that you must support and love them is that all there is that binds you to them Can you love someone so different from yourself or instantaneously Does everything that has been tied to fate determine one s destiny Welcome home Findo Unum he breathed pushing a hidden button that raised the steel gate It rose slowly inevitably What this book displays is that everything in life is about choices No matter who you ve been told to love or told what your fate is there are choices that a person has to make to choose their path In Felix s case the choices are just extremeTj Klune said it best The choices humans make are like a ripple in a pond They carry from one to another bouncing dancing Colliding And still they go on But you The choices you make are like a tsunami in the ocean Burn Elementally EvolvedThis book also has much suspense and seriously the last 30% I was nervous as hell I don t often get that way with books but I was completely freaked out and waiting for the shoe to drop I thought I had things figured out several times only to be proven I was wrong Like waaaaaaay wrong Make it dark make it grim make it tough but then for the love of God tell a joke Joss WhedonIt s not all suspenseful though There is much humor and adventure and the secondary characters are a blast I cared about all of them and didn t mind when the main characters shared time with them Let me also make a note that I can appreciate how this author writes female characters So often they are over the top or crazy psychos in this genre Whether you like the females in his books or not I can The Echo (The Anomaly Quartet, understand their reactions The romance aspect is also rockin Smut heavenI loved it I will reread this with my friends when it becomes available and I will reread this probably several times before the seuel is released Gooooooo read itAnd lastly I leave you with this This was me for a solid 10 minutes when I finished the book Interpret it how you willhttpyoutubeA1Gy1eu 680

REVIEW Burn Elementally Evolved #1

Exploiting him and his fire and wind Burn Elementally PDFEPUBElemental abilities But Felix's world is about to change because he is Findo Unum the Split One and his coming has been foretold for generations Though Felix's arrival brings great joy to the Elemental world it also heralds a coming darkness No one knows this better than. Let s Compartmentalize DNF d at 64%I want to start this off by saying that I respect what TJ Klune tried to accomplish with this book If nothing else Burn is an ambitious storyHaving said that this book really made me uestion whether an author s level of talent as a whole can be separated from a singular book that they ve written I think that overall talent can definitely be separated from just one book written by that authorAn author who is very talented can miss the mark and put out a book that is not well written and that just doesn t workThis is only TJ Klune s second book so I can t say whether or not I think he is a good writer I can say that in my opinion with this book Klune has put something out there that just doesn t workGood writing is the sum of many parts A good idea a well executed plot character development and proseRe The ideaThe kernel of an idea from which Burn grew is absolutely wonderful I loved the concept of a tree that gave birth to the Elements who in turn created the world I can honestly say that I have not seen anything like that in the MM genre Klune gets points for coming up with something freshRe The PlotI m very torn over what I think of this book s plot It had alot of potential and I could see the journey that Klune was trying to take the reader onUnfortunately the plot never reaches its full potential It s bogged down by the romance which pops up at awkward moments The execution of the plot is clumsy and it stumbles along like a baby who s just learning to walk You think the baby has hit its stride and then it veers off runs into a coffee table and ends up sprawled out on the floorI winced every time the plot got derailed with a poorly placed make out session or a long scene where the dominant male character goes caveman possessive on the submissive character It was painful to see the author get distracted from what it seemed like he was trying to accomplishRe Character DevelopmentThe main characters in the book were a disappointment most of all Felix Felix was a very flat and unremarkable first person narrator He swung between cliche snarkiness and being annoyingly passive The book takes a big hit due to the fact that Felix was a poorly developed character It s very hard to successfully write a book in first person It s so so important that the author creates a main character that is riveting a character whose head you want to be in for the duration of the book Felix was just not that kind of characterSeven was a man who was supposed to be the ultimate protector the ultimate alpha male He fell short Was he possessive Yes Was he bossy Yes The problem was that in order for me to believe a character is a take charge and dominate kind of guy I have to feel like the man has an inner strength Simply having Seven order Felix around and panic when Felix is not near him does not convince me that Seven is someone who inspires loyalty and obedience Because Seven and Felix were so flat I couldn t become emotionally invested in them or their relationshipRe The ProseThis book was overwritten Good prose prose that has an impact is economical Using as many ten cent words as you can does not automatically make your book a work of art Anybody can have ideas the difficulty is to express them without suandering a uire of paper on an idea that ought to be reduced to one glittering paragraph Mark Twain I can t say it any better than Mark TwainAt 64% this book had exhausted me and the bottom line was that I wasn t enjoying it Will TJ Klune improve as time goes by I think he will I hope he will but this book standing on its own was just not a successful effort


About the Author: T.J. Klune

TJ KLUNE is a Lambda Literary Award winning author Into This River I Drown and an ex claims examiner for an insurance company His novels include The House in the Cerulean Sea and The Extraordinaries Being ueer himself TJ believes it's important—now than ever—to have accurate positive ueer representation in stories.