Before She Ignites (Fallen Isles Trilogy #1)

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Mira Minkoba is the Hopebearer. Since the day she was born, she’s been told she’s special. Important. Perfect. She’s known across the Fallen Isles not just for her beauty, but for the Mira Treaty named after her, a peace agreement which united the seven islands against their enemies on the mainland.

But Mira has never felt as perfect as everyone says. She counts compulsively. She struggles with crippling anxiety. And she’s far too interested in dragons for a girl of her station.

After

Then Mira discovers an explosive secret that challenges everything she and the Treaty stand for. Betrayed by the very people she spent her life serving, Mira is sentenced to the Pit–the deadliest prison in the Fallen Isles. There, a cruel guard would do anything to discover the secret she would die to protect.

No longer beholden to those who betrayed her, Mira must learn to survive on her own and unearth the dark truths about the Fallen Isles–and herself–before her very world begins to collapse.

Book Info

  • Original Title:Before She Ignites (Fallen Isles Trilogy #1)
  • Author:
  • Rating:7.4 / 10
  • Genre:Romance
  • Language:English
  • ISBN:-
  • ASIN:B01MY47GKE
  • Publisher:Published September 12th 2017 by Katherine Tegen Books

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BEFORE

 

 

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THE LAST DAY OF MY REAL LIFE BEGAN WITH DISASTER.

The ground gave a brief jerk, and everything shifted: a glass of water, the large family portrait, and my soul when I thought about all the lives affected by the abrupt movement of the world.

Less than an hour after the incident, I was placed before a crowd assembled outside the white-columned council house, a sheet of paper clutched in my hands. Councilors Elbena and Bilyana stood at my sides, two pillars of strength and authority, but every eye was trained on me.

“There she is.” A woman lifted a small girl to see. “Hopebearer.”

“Mira Minkoba. The Mira.”

“She looks beautiful.”

I tried not to smile, though the compliment pleased me. Immediately after the tremor, Mother had sent me upstairs to don a coral-colored dress, with thin...

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