For a Muse of Fire

For a Muse of Fire

A young woman with a dangerous power she barely understands. A smuggler with secrets of his own. A country torn between a merciless colonial army, a terrifying tyrant, and a feared rebel leader. The first book in a new trilogy from Heidi Heilig. Jetta?s family is famed as the most talented troupe of shadow players in the land. With Jetta behind the scrim, their puppets seem A young woman with a dangerous power she barely understands. A smuggler with secrets of his own. A country torn bet...

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Title:For a Muse of Fire
Author:Heidi Heilig
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Genres:Fantasy
ISBN:For a Muse of Fire
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Edition Language:English
Format Type:ebook
Number of Pages:512 pages pages

For a Muse of Fire Reviews

  • Scrill
    Sep 27, 2018

    Okay I'm going to paste my preliminary author's note here, because it includes content notes at the bottom and I want to get those in front of people now because ARCs will become available soonish and I don't want anyone to be taken by surprise! I will format with spoiler tags as wel...

    I'm going to be putting this on hold at about 33%. I'll keep this at a bulleted list because I'm... almost 200 pages in? and that doesn't quite feel like enough to actually Dislike The Thing, and also there is a good chance I will finish this at some point ?I think this might just...

    Originally, I was going to power through this in a few days, but I just can't. This isn't a DNF, I'm just going to put it back on my to-read pile and pick it up later in the future. I don't hate it, but after 100 pages, I just can't get into it. Nothing has really captured my att...

    ?To the mad ones? I knew I was going to like this book right from the dedication. For a Muse of Fire is the first book in a YA trilogy set in a high fantasy world inspired by Southeast Asia during French colonization. It's the story of Jetta, a girl with bipolar disorder who is...

    Disclaimer: I received a free copy via Edelweiss for review purposes. Jetta is a member of a famed troupe of shadow players, where a story is told through the shadows cast by puppets. But Jetta and her parents have a secret to their success ? Jetta's has necromancy powers and uses...

    Check out more reviews @ Perspective of a Writer... In a vivid, rich world inspired by Asian cultures and French colonialism? A bipolar young woman with a dangerous power she barely understands. A smuggler with secrets of his own. A country torn between a merciless colonial ar...

    I tried to read this book many months ago as a manuscript and couldn't get into it, but the audiobook is GREAT. An interesting and unique world that I have never seen before. PS - There is quite a bit of French in here, definitely not enough to take away from the story if you're 100...

    The cover art is good, the title is good, the novel is not so good. There is a spark of potential that needs to be exploited in subsequent books in the series. ...

    Welcome to the fourth in my series of reviews of ARCs for which I traded this August, and for sure one of the best, brightest, and most unique new books of the year! Heidi Heilig impressed me a great deal with her first duology, The Girl from Everywhere and The Ship Beyond Time. Now, s...

    Blog | Bookstagram | Instagram | Twitter ARC provided via Edelweiss for a fair review In a land stricken with war between a country colonizing it and its local rebels, Jetta and her family make their way across the country to hopefully catch the eye of the Boy King as a shadow...

  • Lilly (Lair Of Books)
    Sep 24, 2018

    Okay I'm going to paste my preliminary author's note here, because it includes content notes at the bottom and I want to get those in front of people now because ARCs will become available soonish and I don't want anyone to be taken by surprise! I will format with spoiler tags as wel...

    I'm going to be putting this on hold at about 33%. I'll keep this at a bulleted list because I'm... almost 200 pages in? and that doesn't quite feel like enough to actually Dislike The Thing, and also there is a good chance I will finish this at some point ?I think this might just...

    Originally, I was going to power through this in a few days, but I just can't. This isn't a DNF, I'm just going to put it back on my to-read pile and pick it up later in the future. I don't hate it, but after 100 pages, I just can't get into it. Nothing has really captured my att...

    ?To the mad ones? I knew I was going to like this book right from the dedication. For a Muse of Fire is the first book in a YA trilogy set in a high fantasy world inspired by Southeast Asia during French colonization. It's the story of Jetta, a girl with bipolar disorder who is...

    Disclaimer: I received a free copy via Edelweiss for review purposes. Jetta is a member of a famed troupe of shadow players, where a story is told through the shadows cast by puppets. But Jetta and her parents have a secret to their success ? Jetta's has necromancy powers and uses...

    Check out more reviews @ Perspective of a Writer... In a vivid, rich world inspired by Asian cultures and French colonialism? A bipolar young woman with a dangerous power she barely understands. A smuggler with secrets of his own. A country torn between a merciless colonial ar...

    I tried to read this book many months ago as a manuscript and couldn't get into it, but the audiobook is GREAT. An interesting and unique world that I have never seen before. PS - There is quite a bit of French in here, definitely not enough to take away from the story if you're 100...

    The cover art is good, the title is good, the novel is not so good. There is a spark of potential that needs to be exploited in subsequent books in the series. ...

    Welcome to the fourth in my series of reviews of ARCs for which I traded this August, and for sure one of the best, brightest, and most unique new books of the year! Heidi Heilig impressed me a great deal with her first duology, The Girl from Everywhere and The Ship Beyond Time. Now, s...

    Blog | Bookstagram | Instagram | Twitter ARC provided via Edelweiss for a fair review In a land stricken with war between a country colonizing it and its local rebels, Jetta and her family make their way across the country to hopefully catch the eye of the Boy King as a shadow...

    DNF @ 62% I?ve been pretty good about not DNF?ing this year but I just can?t get into this story. It may be the format (audiobook) but I just can?t connect with the story or world building. I may try this in physical format one day but for now it?s a no. ...

    ?Never show, Never tell.? Okay, before i start the official review, i wanted to know: didn?t that line remind you of Frozen? Just me? That?s fine. I have a feeling a lot of you are going to like this book, and that?s good. Personally I am really not sure about my feeling...

    ARC received from the Publisher via Edelweiss in exchange for a honest review Full RTC on LAIR OF BOOKS INITIAL THOUGHTS: There's so much to love about this uniquely dark tale told in play format, 3 acts where we follow our MC Jetta as she is uprooted from the only place she's kn...

  • All Things Urban Fantasy
    Oct 09, 2018

    Okay I'm going to paste my preliminary author's note here, because it includes content notes at the bottom and I want to get those in front of people now because ARCs will become available soonish and I don't want anyone to be taken by surprise! I will format with spoiler tags as wel...

    I'm going to be putting this on hold at about 33%. I'll keep this at a bulleted list because I'm... almost 200 pages in? and that doesn't quite feel like enough to actually Dislike The Thing, and also there is a good chance I will finish this at some point ?I think this might just...

    Originally, I was going to power through this in a few days, but I just can't. This isn't a DNF, I'm just going to put it back on my to-read pile and pick it up later in the future. I don't hate it, but after 100 pages, I just can't get into it. Nothing has really captured my att...

    ?To the mad ones? I knew I was going to like this book right from the dedication. For a Muse of Fire is the first book in a YA trilogy set in a high fantasy world inspired by Southeast Asia during French colonization. It's the story of Jetta, a girl with bipolar disorder who is...

    Disclaimer: I received a free copy via Edelweiss for review purposes. Jetta is a member of a famed troupe of shadow players, where a story is told through the shadows cast by puppets. But Jetta and her parents have a secret to their success ? Jetta's has necromancy powers and uses...

    Check out more reviews @ Perspective of a Writer... In a vivid, rich world inspired by Asian cultures and French colonialism? A bipolar young woman with a dangerous power she barely understands. A smuggler with secrets of his own. A country torn between a merciless colonial ar...

    I tried to read this book many months ago as a manuscript and couldn't get into it, but the audiobook is GREAT. An interesting and unique world that I have never seen before. PS - There is quite a bit of French in here, definitely not enough to take away from the story if you're 100...

    The cover art is good, the title is good, the novel is not so good. There is a spark of potential that needs to be exploited in subsequent books in the series. ...

    Welcome to the fourth in my series of reviews of ARCs for which I traded this August, and for sure one of the best, brightest, and most unique new books of the year! Heidi Heilig impressed me a great deal with her first duology, The Girl from Everywhere and The Ship Beyond Time. Now, s...

    Blog | Bookstagram | Instagram | Twitter ARC provided via Edelweiss for a fair review In a land stricken with war between a country colonizing it and its local rebels, Jetta and her family make their way across the country to hopefully catch the eye of the Boy King as a shadow...

    DNF @ 62% I?ve been pretty good about not DNF?ing this year but I just can?t get into this story. It may be the format (audiobook) but I just can?t connect with the story or world building. I may try this in physical format one day but for now it?s a no. ...

    ?Never show, Never tell.? Okay, before i start the official review, i wanted to know: didn?t that line remind you of Frozen? Just me? That?s fine. I have a feeling a lot of you are going to like this book, and that?s good. Personally I am really not sure about my feeling...

    ARC received from the Publisher via Edelweiss in exchange for a honest review Full RTC on LAIR OF BOOKS INITIAL THOUGHTS: There's so much to love about this uniquely dark tale told in play format, 3 acts where we follow our MC Jetta as she is uprooted from the only place she's kn...

    Thank you Harper Collins for the early copy! I'm very excited for this! ...

    I received an e-ARC from Edelweiss in exchange for an honest review. Review can be found on *Milky Way of Books* Jetta has an extraordinary ability...which must remain hidden if she and her family want to survive. In this world of Empires, conquered cities and full of spies, revolut...

    It was a little hard to make sense of the world, language and storytelling format initially. But there was just enough of a draw to keep me interested in finding out how things would play out in the end. ...

    ???? ??? ? ?????, ??????? ? ??????. ?? ??? ????? ? ??????? ????? ??? ???? ????????? ????? ????? ???????. ???? ?? ??????? ?????????? ????????? ????????? ??...

    Necromancy with puppets... French and Asian influences. Magic and epic adventures. For a Muse of Fire is a story about a girl named Jetta. Her family is the Ros Nai ? a troupe of shadow players that is on their way to being the most famous in the country. Their puppets seem ...

    This sounds quite interesting, and I love the cover <3 ...

    SO SO SO SO SO SO SO GOOD ...

    REASON TO ADD TO YOUR TBR: ? it says would captivate fans of leigh bardugo (yay!!!!) i'm a bit torn about sabaa tahir and renee ahdieh, but okay. all of these women are fantasy writers so, still a big yeah! ? seeing dead people and bind them to puppets??? yessssss!!! ? asian...

    Heidi Heilig is a master of her craft. ...

    OH. MY. GOD. THIS BOOK WAS AMAZING. I started writing this review and it was basically a bunch of fangirling, so I?m starting over again. From the beginning this time. Here goes? PLOT So, Jetta and her parents are shadow players ? they tour Chakra and put on plays w...

    Arc of For a Muse of Fire provided by Edelweiss and HarperCollins in exchange for an honest review. Warnings (mentioned by author in book): Mental illness (bipolar), blood use in magic, gun violence, war, colonialism, racism, descriptions of dead bodies, mention of reproductive co...

    FOR A MUSE OF FIRE captured my attention--and held it--with its unique magic and believable characters. Jetta contends with family secrets and the horrors of war. The novel pulls no punches and is all the stronger for it. Many readers will no doubt love the letters, telegrams, and p...

  • Cindy ✩☽ Savage Queen ♔
    Mar 19, 2018

    Okay I'm going to paste my preliminary author's note here, because it includes content notes at the bottom and I want to get those in front of people now because ARCs will become available soonish and I don't want anyone to be taken by surprise! I will format with spoiler tags as wel...

    I'm going to be putting this on hold at about 33%. I'll keep this at a bulleted list because I'm... almost 200 pages in? and that doesn't quite feel like enough to actually Dislike The Thing, and also there is a good chance I will finish this at some point ?I think this might just...

    Originally, I was going to power through this in a few days, but I just can't. This isn't a DNF, I'm just going to put it back on my to-read pile and pick it up later in the future. I don't hate it, but after 100 pages, I just can't get into it. Nothing has really captured my att...

    ?To the mad ones? I knew I was going to like this book right from the dedication. For a Muse of Fire is the first book in a YA trilogy set in a high fantasy world inspired by Southeast Asia during French colonization. It's the story of Jetta, a girl with bipolar disorder who is...

    Disclaimer: I received a free copy via Edelweiss for review purposes. Jetta is a member of a famed troupe of shadow players, where a story is told through the shadows cast by puppets. But Jetta and her parents have a secret to their success ? Jetta's has necromancy powers and uses...

    Check out more reviews @ Perspective of a Writer... In a vivid, rich world inspired by Asian cultures and French colonialism? A bipolar young woman with a dangerous power she barely understands. A smuggler with secrets of his own. A country torn between a merciless colonial ar...

    I tried to read this book many months ago as a manuscript and couldn't get into it, but the audiobook is GREAT. An interesting and unique world that I have never seen before. PS - There is quite a bit of French in here, definitely not enough to take away from the story if you're 100...

    The cover art is good, the title is good, the novel is not so good. There is a spark of potential that needs to be exploited in subsequent books in the series. ...

    Welcome to the fourth in my series of reviews of ARCs for which I traded this August, and for sure one of the best, brightest, and most unique new books of the year! Heidi Heilig impressed me a great deal with her first duology, The Girl from Everywhere and The Ship Beyond Time. Now, s...

    Blog | Bookstagram | Instagram | Twitter ARC provided via Edelweiss for a fair review In a land stricken with war between a country colonizing it and its local rebels, Jetta and her family make their way across the country to hopefully catch the eye of the Boy King as a shadow...

    DNF @ 62% I?ve been pretty good about not DNF?ing this year but I just can?t get into this story. It may be the format (audiobook) but I just can?t connect with the story or world building. I may try this in physical format one day but for now it?s a no. ...

    ?Never show, Never tell.? Okay, before i start the official review, i wanted to know: didn?t that line remind you of Frozen? Just me? That?s fine. I have a feeling a lot of you are going to like this book, and that?s good. Personally I am really not sure about my feeling...

    ARC received from the Publisher via Edelweiss in exchange for a honest review Full RTC on LAIR OF BOOKS INITIAL THOUGHTS: There's so much to love about this uniquely dark tale told in play format, 3 acts where we follow our MC Jetta as she is uprooted from the only place she's kn...

    Thank you Harper Collins for the early copy! I'm very excited for this! ...

    I received an e-ARC from Edelweiss in exchange for an honest review. Review can be found on *Milky Way of Books* Jetta has an extraordinary ability...which must remain hidden if she and her family want to survive. In this world of Empires, conquered cities and full of spies, revolut...

    It was a little hard to make sense of the world, language and storytelling format initially. But there was just enough of a draw to keep me interested in finding out how things would play out in the end. ...

    ???? ??? ? ?????, ??????? ? ??????. ?? ??? ????? ? ??????? ????? ??? ???? ????????? ????? ????? ???????. ???? ?? ??????? ?????????? ????????? ????????? ??...

    Necromancy with puppets... French and Asian influences. Magic and epic adventures. For a Muse of Fire is a story about a girl named Jetta. Her family is the Ros Nai ? a troupe of shadow players that is on their way to being the most famous in the country. Their puppets seem ...

    This sounds quite interesting, and I love the cover <3 ...

  • Lisa
    Jun 24, 2018

    Okay I'm going to paste my preliminary author's note here, because it includes content notes at the bottom and I want to get those in front of people now because ARCs will become available soonish and I don't want anyone to be taken by surprise! I will format with spoiler tags as wel...

    I'm going to be putting this on hold at about 33%. I'll keep this at a bulleted list because I'm... almost 200 pages in? and that doesn't quite feel like enough to actually Dislike The Thing, and also there is a good chance I will finish this at some point ?I think this might just...

    Originally, I was going to power through this in a few days, but I just can't. This isn't a DNF, I'm just going to put it back on my to-read pile and pick it up later in the future. I don't hate it, but after 100 pages, I just can't get into it. Nothing has really captured my att...

    ?To the mad ones? I knew I was going to like this book right from the dedication. For a Muse of Fire is the first book in a YA trilogy set in a high fantasy world inspired by Southeast Asia during French colonization. It's the story of Jetta, a girl with bipolar disorder who is...

    Disclaimer: I received a free copy via Edelweiss for review purposes. Jetta is a member of a famed troupe of shadow players, where a story is told through the shadows cast by puppets. But Jetta and her parents have a secret to their success ? Jetta's has necromancy powers and uses...

    Check out more reviews @ Perspective of a Writer... In a vivid, rich world inspired by Asian cultures and French colonialism? A bipolar young woman with a dangerous power she barely understands. A smuggler with secrets of his own. A country torn between a merciless colonial ar...

    I tried to read this book many months ago as a manuscript and couldn't get into it, but the audiobook is GREAT. An interesting and unique world that I have never seen before. PS - There is quite a bit of French in here, definitely not enough to take away from the story if you're 100...

    The cover art is good, the title is good, the novel is not so good. There is a spark of potential that needs to be exploited in subsequent books in the series. ...

    Welcome to the fourth in my series of reviews of ARCs for which I traded this August, and for sure one of the best, brightest, and most unique new books of the year! Heidi Heilig impressed me a great deal with her first duology, The Girl from Everywhere and The Ship Beyond Time. Now, s...

    Blog | Bookstagram | Instagram | Twitter ARC provided via Edelweiss for a fair review In a land stricken with war between a country colonizing it and its local rebels, Jetta and her family make their way across the country to hopefully catch the eye of the Boy King as a shadow...

    DNF @ 62% I?ve been pretty good about not DNF?ing this year but I just can?t get into this story. It may be the format (audiobook) but I just can?t connect with the story or world building. I may try this in physical format one day but for now it?s a no. ...

    ?Never show, Never tell.? Okay, before i start the official review, i wanted to know: didn?t that line remind you of Frozen? Just me? That?s fine. I have a feeling a lot of you are going to like this book, and that?s good. Personally I am really not sure about my feeling...

    ARC received from the Publisher via Edelweiss in exchange for a honest review Full RTC on LAIR OF BOOKS INITIAL THOUGHTS: There's so much to love about this uniquely dark tale told in play format, 3 acts where we follow our MC Jetta as she is uprooted from the only place she's kn...

    Thank you Harper Collins for the early copy! I'm very excited for this! ...

    I received an e-ARC from Edelweiss in exchange for an honest review. Review can be found on *Milky Way of Books* Jetta has an extraordinary ability...which must remain hidden if she and her family want to survive. In this world of Empires, conquered cities and full of spies, revolut...

    It was a little hard to make sense of the world, language and storytelling format initially. But there was just enough of a draw to keep me interested in finding out how things would play out in the end. ...

    ???? ??? ? ?????, ??????? ? ??????. ?? ??? ????? ? ??????? ????? ??? ???? ????????? ????? ????? ???????. ???? ?? ??????? ?????????? ????????? ????????? ??...

    Necromancy with puppets... French and Asian influences. Magic and epic adventures. For a Muse of Fire is a story about a girl named Jetta. Her family is the Ros Nai ? a troupe of shadow players that is on their way to being the most famous in the country. Their puppets seem ...

    This sounds quite interesting, and I love the cover <3 ...

    SO SO SO SO SO SO SO GOOD ...

    REASON TO ADD TO YOUR TBR: ? it says would captivate fans of leigh bardugo (yay!!!!) i'm a bit torn about sabaa tahir and renee ahdieh, but okay. all of these women are fantasy writers so, still a big yeah! ? seeing dead people and bind them to puppets??? yessssss!!! ? asian...

    Heidi Heilig is a master of her craft. ...

    OH. MY. GOD. THIS BOOK WAS AMAZING. I started writing this review and it was basically a bunch of fangirling, so I?m starting over again. From the beginning this time. Here goes? PLOT So, Jetta and her parents are shadow players ? they tour Chakra and put on plays w...

    Arc of For a Muse of Fire provided by Edelweiss and HarperCollins in exchange for an honest review. Warnings (mentioned by author in book): Mental illness (bipolar), blood use in magic, gun violence, war, colonialism, racism, descriptions of dead bodies, mention of reproductive co...

    FOR A MUSE OF FIRE captured my attention--and held it--with its unique magic and believable characters. Jetta contends with family secrets and the horrors of war. The novel pulls no punches and is all the stronger for it. Many readers will no doubt love the letters, telegrams, and p...

    The initial set-up of the book was pretty confusing. There is a lot of terminology and a lot of people to keep track of. Although I liked the mash-up of French words in an Asian-style setting, I did find the storyline behind this blurry and odd, at times. I just couldn't connect wit...

  • ALEXA
    Aug 11, 2018

    Okay I'm going to paste my preliminary author's note here, because it includes content notes at the bottom and I want to get those in front of people now because ARCs will become available soonish and I don't want anyone to be taken by surprise! I will format with spoiler tags as wel...

    I'm going to be putting this on hold at about 33%. I'll keep this at a bulleted list because I'm... almost 200 pages in? and that doesn't quite feel like enough to actually Dislike The Thing, and also there is a good chance I will finish this at some point ?I think this might just...

    Originally, I was going to power through this in a few days, but I just can't. This isn't a DNF, I'm just going to put it back on my to-read pile and pick it up later in the future. I don't hate it, but after 100 pages, I just can't get into it. Nothing has really captured my att...

    ?To the mad ones? I knew I was going to like this book right from the dedication. For a Muse of Fire is the first book in a YA trilogy set in a high fantasy world inspired by Southeast Asia during French colonization. It's the story of Jetta, a girl with bipolar disorder who is...

    Disclaimer: I received a free copy via Edelweiss for review purposes. Jetta is a member of a famed troupe of shadow players, where a story is told through the shadows cast by puppets. But Jetta and her parents have a secret to their success ? Jetta's has necromancy powers and uses...

    Check out more reviews @ Perspective of a Writer... In a vivid, rich world inspired by Asian cultures and French colonialism? A bipolar young woman with a dangerous power she barely understands. A smuggler with secrets of his own. A country torn between a merciless colonial ar...

    I tried to read this book many months ago as a manuscript and couldn't get into it, but the audiobook is GREAT. An interesting and unique world that I have never seen before. PS - There is quite a bit of French in here, definitely not enough to take away from the story if you're 100...

    The cover art is good, the title is good, the novel is not so good. There is a spark of potential that needs to be exploited in subsequent books in the series. ...

    Welcome to the fourth in my series of reviews of ARCs for which I traded this August, and for sure one of the best, brightest, and most unique new books of the year! Heidi Heilig impressed me a great deal with her first duology, The Girl from Everywhere and The Ship Beyond Time. Now, s...

    Blog | Bookstagram | Instagram | Twitter ARC provided via Edelweiss for a fair review In a land stricken with war between a country colonizing it and its local rebels, Jetta and her family make their way across the country to hopefully catch the eye of the Boy King as a shadow...

    DNF @ 62% I?ve been pretty good about not DNF?ing this year but I just can?t get into this story. It may be the format (audiobook) but I just can?t connect with the story or world building. I may try this in physical format one day but for now it?s a no. ...

    ?Never show, Never tell.? Okay, before i start the official review, i wanted to know: didn?t that line remind you of Frozen? Just me? That?s fine. I have a feeling a lot of you are going to like this book, and that?s good. Personally I am really not sure about my feeling...

    ARC received from the Publisher via Edelweiss in exchange for a honest review Full RTC on LAIR OF BOOKS INITIAL THOUGHTS: There's so much to love about this uniquely dark tale told in play format, 3 acts where we follow our MC Jetta as she is uprooted from the only place she's kn...

    Thank you Harper Collins for the early copy! I'm very excited for this! ...

    I received an e-ARC from Edelweiss in exchange for an honest review. Review can be found on *Milky Way of Books* Jetta has an extraordinary ability...which must remain hidden if she and her family want to survive. In this world of Empires, conquered cities and full of spies, revolut...

    It was a little hard to make sense of the world, language and storytelling format initially. But there was just enough of a draw to keep me interested in finding out how things would play out in the end. ...

  • Sandra
    Mar 09, 2018

    Okay I'm going to paste my preliminary author's note here, because it includes content notes at the bottom and I want to get those in front of people now because ARCs will become available soonish and I don't want anyone to be taken by surprise! I will format with spoiler tags as wel...

    I'm going to be putting this on hold at about 33%. I'll keep this at a bulleted list because I'm... almost 200 pages in? and that doesn't quite feel like enough to actually Dislike The Thing, and also there is a good chance I will finish this at some point ?I think this might just...

    Originally, I was going to power through this in a few days, but I just can't. This isn't a DNF, I'm just going to put it back on my to-read pile and pick it up later in the future. I don't hate it, but after 100 pages, I just can't get into it. Nothing has really captured my att...

    ?To the mad ones? I knew I was going to like this book right from the dedication. For a Muse of Fire is the first book in a YA trilogy set in a high fantasy world inspired by Southeast Asia during French colonization. It's the story of Jetta, a girl with bipolar disorder who is...

    Disclaimer: I received a free copy via Edelweiss for review purposes. Jetta is a member of a famed troupe of shadow players, where a story is told through the shadows cast by puppets. But Jetta and her parents have a secret to their success ? Jetta's has necromancy powers and uses...

    Check out more reviews @ Perspective of a Writer... In a vivid, rich world inspired by Asian cultures and French colonialism? A bipolar young woman with a dangerous power she barely understands. A smuggler with secrets of his own. A country torn between a merciless colonial ar...

    I tried to read this book many months ago as a manuscript and couldn't get into it, but the audiobook is GREAT. An interesting and unique world that I have never seen before. PS - There is quite a bit of French in here, definitely not enough to take away from the story if you're 100...

    The cover art is good, the title is good, the novel is not so good. There is a spark of potential that needs to be exploited in subsequent books in the series. ...

    Welcome to the fourth in my series of reviews of ARCs for which I traded this August, and for sure one of the best, brightest, and most unique new books of the year! Heidi Heilig impressed me a great deal with her first duology, The Girl from Everywhere and The Ship Beyond Time. Now, s...

    Blog | Bookstagram | Instagram | Twitter ARC provided via Edelweiss for a fair review In a land stricken with war between a country colonizing it and its local rebels, Jetta and her family make their way across the country to hopefully catch the eye of the Boy King as a shadow...

    DNF @ 62% I?ve been pretty good about not DNF?ing this year but I just can?t get into this story. It may be the format (audiobook) but I just can?t connect with the story or world building. I may try this in physical format one day but for now it?s a no. ...

    ?Never show, Never tell.? Okay, before i start the official review, i wanted to know: didn?t that line remind you of Frozen? Just me? That?s fine. I have a feeling a lot of you are going to like this book, and that?s good. Personally I am really not sure about my feeling...

    ARC received from the Publisher via Edelweiss in exchange for a honest review Full RTC on LAIR OF BOOKS INITIAL THOUGHTS: There's so much to love about this uniquely dark tale told in play format, 3 acts where we follow our MC Jetta as she is uprooted from the only place she's kn...

    Thank you Harper Collins for the early copy! I'm very excited for this! ...

    I received an e-ARC from Edelweiss in exchange for an honest review. Review can be found on *Milky Way of Books* Jetta has an extraordinary ability...which must remain hidden if she and her family want to survive. In this world of Empires, conquered cities and full of spies, revolut...

    It was a little hard to make sense of the world, language and storytelling format initially. But there was just enough of a draw to keep me interested in finding out how things would play out in the end. ...

    ???? ??? ? ?????, ??????? ? ??????. ?? ??? ????? ? ??????? ????? ??? ???? ????????? ????? ????? ???????. ???? ?? ??????? ?????????? ????????? ????????? ??...

    Necromancy with puppets... French and Asian influences. Magic and epic adventures. For a Muse of Fire is a story about a girl named Jetta. Her family is the Ros Nai ? a troupe of shadow players that is on their way to being the most famous in the country. Their puppets seem ...

    This sounds quite interesting, and I love the cover <3 ...

    SO SO SO SO SO SO SO GOOD ...

    REASON TO ADD TO YOUR TBR: ? it says would captivate fans of leigh bardugo (yay!!!!) i'm a bit torn about sabaa tahir and renee ahdieh, but okay. all of these women are fantasy writers so, still a big yeah! ? seeing dead people and bind them to puppets??? yessssss!!! ? asian...

  • Ruthsic
    May 11, 2018

    Okay I'm going to paste my preliminary author's note here, because it includes content notes at the bottom and I want to get those in front of people now because ARCs will become available soonish and I don't want anyone to be taken by surprise! I will format with spoiler tags as wel...

    I'm going to be putting this on hold at about 33%. I'll keep this at a bulleted list because I'm... almost 200 pages in? and that doesn't quite feel like enough to actually Dislike The Thing, and also there is a good chance I will finish this at some point ?I think this might just...

    Originally, I was going to power through this in a few days, but I just can't. This isn't a DNF, I'm just going to put it back on my to-read pile and pick it up later in the future. I don't hate it, but after 100 pages, I just can't get into it. Nothing has really captured my att...

    ?To the mad ones? I knew I was going to like this book right from the dedication. For a Muse of Fire is the first book in a YA trilogy set in a high fantasy world inspired by Southeast Asia during French colonization. It's the story of Jetta, a girl with bipolar disorder who is...

    Disclaimer: I received a free copy via Edelweiss for review purposes. Jetta is a member of a famed troupe of shadow players, where a story is told through the shadows cast by puppets. But Jetta and her parents have a secret to their success ? Jetta's has necromancy powers and uses...

    Check out more reviews @ Perspective of a Writer... In a vivid, rich world inspired by Asian cultures and French colonialism? A bipolar young woman with a dangerous power she barely understands. A smuggler with secrets of his own. A country torn between a merciless colonial ar...

    I tried to read this book many months ago as a manuscript and couldn't get into it, but the audiobook is GREAT. An interesting and unique world that I have never seen before. PS - There is quite a bit of French in here, definitely not enough to take away from the story if you're 100...

    The cover art is good, the title is good, the novel is not so good. There is a spark of potential that needs to be exploited in subsequent books in the series. ...

    Welcome to the fourth in my series of reviews of ARCs for which I traded this August, and for sure one of the best, brightest, and most unique new books of the year! Heidi Heilig impressed me a great deal with her first duology, The Girl from Everywhere and The Ship Beyond Time. Now, s...

    Blog | Bookstagram | Instagram | Twitter ARC provided via Edelweiss for a fair review In a land stricken with war between a country colonizing it and its local rebels, Jetta and her family make their way across the country to hopefully catch the eye of the Boy King as a shadow...

    DNF @ 62% I?ve been pretty good about not DNF?ing this year but I just can?t get into this story. It may be the format (audiobook) but I just can?t connect with the story or world building. I may try this in physical format one day but for now it?s a no. ...

    ?Never show, Never tell.? Okay, before i start the official review, i wanted to know: didn?t that line remind you of Frozen? Just me? That?s fine. I have a feeling a lot of you are going to like this book, and that?s good. Personally I am really not sure about my feeling...

    ARC received from the Publisher via Edelweiss in exchange for a honest review Full RTC on LAIR OF BOOKS INITIAL THOUGHTS: There's so much to love about this uniquely dark tale told in play format, 3 acts where we follow our MC Jetta as she is uprooted from the only place she's kn...

    Thank you Harper Collins for the early copy! I'm very excited for this! ...

    I received an e-ARC from Edelweiss in exchange for an honest review. Review can be found on *Milky Way of Books* Jetta has an extraordinary ability...which must remain hidden if she and her family want to survive. In this world of Empires, conquered cities and full of spies, revolut...

    It was a little hard to make sense of the world, language and storytelling format initially. But there was just enough of a draw to keep me interested in finding out how things would play out in the end. ...

    ???? ??? ? ?????, ??????? ? ??????. ?? ??? ????? ? ??????? ????? ??? ???? ????????? ????? ????? ???????. ???? ?? ??????? ?????????? ????????? ????????? ??...

    Necromancy with puppets... French and Asian influences. Magic and epic adventures. For a Muse of Fire is a story about a girl named Jetta. Her family is the Ros Nai ? a troupe of shadow players that is on their way to being the most famous in the country. Their puppets seem ...

    This sounds quite interesting, and I love the cover <3 ...

    SO SO SO SO SO SO SO GOOD ...

    REASON TO ADD TO YOUR TBR: ? it says would captivate fans of leigh bardugo (yay!!!!) i'm a bit torn about sabaa tahir and renee ahdieh, but okay. all of these women are fantasy writers so, still a big yeah! ? seeing dead people and bind them to puppets??? yessssss!!! ? asian...

    Heidi Heilig is a master of her craft. ...

    OH. MY. GOD. THIS BOOK WAS AMAZING. I started writing this review and it was basically a bunch of fangirling, so I?m starting over again. From the beginning this time. Here goes? PLOT So, Jetta and her parents are shadow players ? they tour Chakra and put on plays w...

    Arc of For a Muse of Fire provided by Edelweiss and HarperCollins in exchange for an honest review. Warnings (mentioned by author in book): Mental illness (bipolar), blood use in magic, gun violence, war, colonialism, racism, descriptions of dead bodies, mention of reproductive co...

    FOR A MUSE OF FIRE captured my attention--and held it--with its unique magic and believable characters. Jetta contends with family secrets and the horrors of war. The novel pulls no punches and is all the stronger for it. Many readers will no doubt love the letters, telegrams, and p...

    The initial set-up of the book was pretty confusing. There is a lot of terminology and a lot of people to keep track of. Although I liked the mash-up of French words in an Asian-style setting, I did find the storyline behind this blurry and odd, at times. I just couldn't connect wit...

    there was nothing particularly wrong with this, I overall liked it, but it just wasn?t anything special or anything I felt that passionate about. it definitely had unique and interesting aspects to it but overall nothing really stood out for me. read for tome topple round 7. ...

    Actual rating: 3.3 - 3.5 ish? It's right in the middle of a "That was okay, I guess" and a "well, that was fun" rating. I don't know if it's just me but there was a lot to process when it comes to this story. For starters, the pacing was a bit more like an "up-down situation", where...

    Warnings (mentioned by author in book): Mental illness (bipolar), blood use in magic, gun violence, war, colonialism, racism, descriptions of dead bodies, mention of reproductive coercion, mentions of torture, mention of suicide Heilig's latest novel brings out a necromancer's story...

  • Dani - Perspective of a Writer
    Sep 05, 2018

    Okay I'm going to paste my preliminary author's note here, because it includes content notes at the bottom and I want to get those in front of people now because ARCs will become available soonish and I don't want anyone to be taken by surprise! I will format with spoiler tags as wel...

    I'm going to be putting this on hold at about 33%. I'll keep this at a bulleted list because I'm... almost 200 pages in? and that doesn't quite feel like enough to actually Dislike The Thing, and also there is a good chance I will finish this at some point ?I think this might just...

    Originally, I was going to power through this in a few days, but I just can't. This isn't a DNF, I'm just going to put it back on my to-read pile and pick it up later in the future. I don't hate it, but after 100 pages, I just can't get into it. Nothing has really captured my att...

    ?To the mad ones? I knew I was going to like this book right from the dedication. For a Muse of Fire is the first book in a YA trilogy set in a high fantasy world inspired by Southeast Asia during French colonization. It's the story of Jetta, a girl with bipolar disorder who is...

    Disclaimer: I received a free copy via Edelweiss for review purposes. Jetta is a member of a famed troupe of shadow players, where a story is told through the shadows cast by puppets. But Jetta and her parents have a secret to their success ? Jetta's has necromancy powers and uses...

    Check out more reviews @ Perspective of a Writer... In a vivid, rich world inspired by Asian cultures and French colonialism? A bipolar young woman with a dangerous power she barely understands. A smuggler with secrets of his own. A country torn between a merciless colonial ar...

  • Ricky
    Aug 31, 2018

    Okay I'm going to paste my preliminary author's note here, because it includes content notes at the bottom and I want to get those in front of people now because ARCs will become available soonish and I don't want anyone to be taken by surprise! I will format with spoiler tags as wel...

    I'm going to be putting this on hold at about 33%. I'll keep this at a bulleted list because I'm... almost 200 pages in? and that doesn't quite feel like enough to actually Dislike The Thing, and also there is a good chance I will finish this at some point ?I think this might just...

    Originally, I was going to power through this in a few days, but I just can't. This isn't a DNF, I'm just going to put it back on my to-read pile and pick it up later in the future. I don't hate it, but after 100 pages, I just can't get into it. Nothing has really captured my att...

    ?To the mad ones? I knew I was going to like this book right from the dedication. For a Muse of Fire is the first book in a YA trilogy set in a high fantasy world inspired by Southeast Asia during French colonization. It's the story of Jetta, a girl with bipolar disorder who is...

    Disclaimer: I received a free copy via Edelweiss for review purposes. Jetta is a member of a famed troupe of shadow players, where a story is told through the shadows cast by puppets. But Jetta and her parents have a secret to their success ? Jetta's has necromancy powers and uses...

    Check out more reviews @ Perspective of a Writer... In a vivid, rich world inspired by Asian cultures and French colonialism? A bipolar young woman with a dangerous power she barely understands. A smuggler with secrets of his own. A country torn between a merciless colonial ar...

    I tried to read this book many months ago as a manuscript and couldn't get into it, but the audiobook is GREAT. An interesting and unique world that I have never seen before. PS - There is quite a bit of French in here, definitely not enough to take away from the story if you're 100...

    The cover art is good, the title is good, the novel is not so good. There is a spark of potential that needs to be exploited in subsequent books in the series. ...

    Welcome to the fourth in my series of reviews of ARCs for which I traded this August, and for sure one of the best, brightest, and most unique new books of the year! Heidi Heilig impressed me a great deal with her first duology, The Girl from Everywhere and The Ship Beyond Time. Now, s...

  • Lauren ✨ (YABookers)
    Feb 16, 2018

    Okay I'm going to paste my preliminary author's note here, because it includes content notes at the bottom and I want to get those in front of people now because ARCs will become available soonish and I don't want anyone to be taken by surprise! I will format with spoiler tags as wel...

    I'm going to be putting this on hold at about 33%. I'll keep this at a bulleted list because I'm... almost 200 pages in? and that doesn't quite feel like enough to actually Dislike The Thing, and also there is a good chance I will finish this at some point ?I think this might just...

    Originally, I was going to power through this in a few days, but I just can't. This isn't a DNF, I'm just going to put it back on my to-read pile and pick it up later in the future. I don't hate it, but after 100 pages, I just can't get into it. Nothing has really captured my att...

    ?To the mad ones? I knew I was going to like this book right from the dedication. For a Muse of Fire is the first book in a YA trilogy set in a high fantasy world inspired by Southeast Asia during French colonization. It's the story of Jetta, a girl with bipolar disorder who is...

    Disclaimer: I received a free copy via Edelweiss for review purposes. Jetta is a member of a famed troupe of shadow players, where a story is told through the shadows cast by puppets. But Jetta and her parents have a secret to their success ? Jetta's has necromancy powers and uses...

  • ✧lilly✧
    Aug 28, 2018

    Okay I'm going to paste my preliminary author's note here, because it includes content notes at the bottom and I want to get those in front of people now because ARCs will become available soonish and I don't want anyone to be taken by surprise! I will format with spoiler tags as wel...

    I'm going to be putting this on hold at about 33%. I'll keep this at a bulleted list because I'm... almost 200 pages in? and that doesn't quite feel like enough to actually Dislike The Thing, and also there is a good chance I will finish this at some point ?I think this might just...

    Originally, I was going to power through this in a few days, but I just can't. This isn't a DNF, I'm just going to put it back on my to-read pile and pick it up later in the future. I don't hate it, but after 100 pages, I just can't get into it. Nothing has really captured my att...

    ?To the mad ones? I knew I was going to like this book right from the dedication. For a Muse of Fire is the first book in a YA trilogy set in a high fantasy world inspired by Southeast Asia during French colonization. It's the story of Jetta, a girl with bipolar disorder who is...

    Disclaimer: I received a free copy via Edelweiss for review purposes. Jetta is a member of a famed troupe of shadow players, where a story is told through the shadows cast by puppets. But Jetta and her parents have a secret to their success ? Jetta's has necromancy powers and uses...

    Check out more reviews @ Perspective of a Writer... In a vivid, rich world inspired by Asian cultures and French colonialism? A bipolar young woman with a dangerous power she barely understands. A smuggler with secrets of his own. A country torn between a merciless colonial ar...

    I tried to read this book many months ago as a manuscript and couldn't get into it, but the audiobook is GREAT. An interesting and unique world that I have never seen before. PS - There is quite a bit of French in here, definitely not enough to take away from the story if you're 100...

    The cover art is good, the title is good, the novel is not so good. There is a spark of potential that needs to be exploited in subsequent books in the series. ...

    Welcome to the fourth in my series of reviews of ARCs for which I traded this August, and for sure one of the best, brightest, and most unique new books of the year! Heidi Heilig impressed me a great deal with her first duology, The Girl from Everywhere and The Ship Beyond Time. Now, s...

    Blog | Bookstagram | Instagram | Twitter ARC provided via Edelweiss for a fair review In a land stricken with war between a country colonizing it and its local rebels, Jetta and her family make their way across the country to hopefully catch the eye of the Boy King as a shadow...

    DNF @ 62% I?ve been pretty good about not DNF?ing this year but I just can?t get into this story. It may be the format (audiobook) but I just can?t connect with the story or world building. I may try this in physical format one day but for now it?s a no. ...

    ?Never show, Never tell.? Okay, before i start the official review, i wanted to know: didn?t that line remind you of Frozen? Just me? That?s fine. I have a feeling a lot of you are going to like this book, and that?s good. Personally I am really not sure about my feeling...

    ARC received from the Publisher via Edelweiss in exchange for a honest review Full RTC on LAIR OF BOOKS INITIAL THOUGHTS: There's so much to love about this uniquely dark tale told in play format, 3 acts where we follow our MC Jetta as she is uprooted from the only place she's kn...

    Thank you Harper Collins for the early copy! I'm very excited for this! ...

  • Glory
    Oct 12, 2018

    Okay I'm going to paste my preliminary author's note here, because it includes content notes at the bottom and I want to get those in front of people now because ARCs will become available soonish and I don't want anyone to be taken by surprise! I will format with spoiler tags as wel...

    I'm going to be putting this on hold at about 33%. I'll keep this at a bulleted list because I'm... almost 200 pages in? and that doesn't quite feel like enough to actually Dislike The Thing, and also there is a good chance I will finish this at some point ?I think this might just...

    Originally, I was going to power through this in a few days, but I just can't. This isn't a DNF, I'm just going to put it back on my to-read pile and pick it up later in the future. I don't hate it, but after 100 pages, I just can't get into it. Nothing has really captured my att...

    ?To the mad ones? I knew I was going to like this book right from the dedication. For a Muse of Fire is the first book in a YA trilogy set in a high fantasy world inspired by Southeast Asia during French colonization. It's the story of Jetta, a girl with bipolar disorder who is...

    Disclaimer: I received a free copy via Edelweiss for review purposes. Jetta is a member of a famed troupe of shadow players, where a story is told through the shadows cast by puppets. But Jetta and her parents have a secret to their success ? Jetta's has necromancy powers and uses...

    Check out more reviews @ Perspective of a Writer... In a vivid, rich world inspired by Asian cultures and French colonialism? A bipolar young woman with a dangerous power she barely understands. A smuggler with secrets of his own. A country torn between a merciless colonial ar...

    I tried to read this book many months ago as a manuscript and couldn't get into it, but the audiobook is GREAT. An interesting and unique world that I have never seen before. PS - There is quite a bit of French in here, definitely not enough to take away from the story if you're 100...

    The cover art is good, the title is good, the novel is not so good. There is a spark of potential that needs to be exploited in subsequent books in the series. ...

    Welcome to the fourth in my series of reviews of ARCs for which I traded this August, and for sure one of the best, brightest, and most unique new books of the year! Heidi Heilig impressed me a great deal with her first duology, The Girl from Everywhere and The Ship Beyond Time. Now, s...

    Blog | Bookstagram | Instagram | Twitter ARC provided via Edelweiss for a fair review In a land stricken with war between a country colonizing it and its local rebels, Jetta and her family make their way across the country to hopefully catch the eye of the Boy King as a shadow...

    DNF @ 62% I?ve been pretty good about not DNF?ing this year but I just can?t get into this story. It may be the format (audiobook) but I just can?t connect with the story or world building. I may try this in physical format one day but for now it?s a no. ...

    ?Never show, Never tell.? Okay, before i start the official review, i wanted to know: didn?t that line remind you of Frozen? Just me? That?s fine. I have a feeling a lot of you are going to like this book, and that?s good. Personally I am really not sure about my feeling...

    ARC received from the Publisher via Edelweiss in exchange for a honest review Full RTC on LAIR OF BOOKS INITIAL THOUGHTS: There's so much to love about this uniquely dark tale told in play format, 3 acts where we follow our MC Jetta as she is uprooted from the only place she's kn...

    Thank you Harper Collins for the early copy! I'm very excited for this! ...

    I received an e-ARC from Edelweiss in exchange for an honest review. Review can be found on *Milky Way of Books* Jetta has an extraordinary ability...which must remain hidden if she and her family want to survive. In this world of Empires, conquered cities and full of spies, revolut...

    It was a little hard to make sense of the world, language and storytelling format initially. But there was just enough of a draw to keep me interested in finding out how things would play out in the end. ...

    ???? ??? ? ?????, ??????? ? ??????. ?? ??? ????? ? ??????? ????? ??? ???? ????????? ????? ????? ???????. ???? ?? ??????? ?????????? ????????? ????????? ??...

  • Adah Udechukwu
    Oct 02, 2018

    Okay I'm going to paste my preliminary author's note here, because it includes content notes at the bottom and I want to get those in front of people now because ARCs will become available soonish and I don't want anyone to be taken by surprise! I will format with spoiler tags as wel...

    I'm going to be putting this on hold at about 33%. I'll keep this at a bulleted list because I'm... almost 200 pages in? and that doesn't quite feel like enough to actually Dislike The Thing, and also there is a good chance I will finish this at some point ?I think this might just...

    Originally, I was going to power through this in a few days, but I just can't. This isn't a DNF, I'm just going to put it back on my to-read pile and pick it up later in the future. I don't hate it, but after 100 pages, I just can't get into it. Nothing has really captured my att...

    ?To the mad ones? I knew I was going to like this book right from the dedication. For a Muse of Fire is the first book in a YA trilogy set in a high fantasy world inspired by Southeast Asia during French colonization. It's the story of Jetta, a girl with bipolar disorder who is...

    Disclaimer: I received a free copy via Edelweiss for review purposes. Jetta is a member of a famed troupe of shadow players, where a story is told through the shadows cast by puppets. But Jetta and her parents have a secret to their success ? Jetta's has necromancy powers and uses...

    Check out more reviews @ Perspective of a Writer... In a vivid, rich world inspired by Asian cultures and French colonialism? A bipolar young woman with a dangerous power she barely understands. A smuggler with secrets of his own. A country torn between a merciless colonial ar...

    I tried to read this book many months ago as a manuscript and couldn't get into it, but the audiobook is GREAT. An interesting and unique world that I have never seen before. PS - There is quite a bit of French in here, definitely not enough to take away from the story if you're 100...

    The cover art is good, the title is good, the novel is not so good. There is a spark of potential that needs to be exploited in subsequent books in the series. ...

  • Alexandra
    Sep 03, 2018

    Okay I'm going to paste my preliminary author's note here, because it includes content notes at the bottom and I want to get those in front of people now because ARCs will become available soonish and I don't want anyone to be taken by surprise! I will format with spoiler tags as wel...

    I'm going to be putting this on hold at about 33%. I'll keep this at a bulleted list because I'm... almost 200 pages in? and that doesn't quite feel like enough to actually Dislike The Thing, and also there is a good chance I will finish this at some point ?I think this might just...

    Originally, I was going to power through this in a few days, but I just can't. This isn't a DNF, I'm just going to put it back on my to-read pile and pick it up later in the future. I don't hate it, but after 100 pages, I just can't get into it. Nothing has really captured my att...

    ?To the mad ones? I knew I was going to like this book right from the dedication. For a Muse of Fire is the first book in a YA trilogy set in a high fantasy world inspired by Southeast Asia during French colonization. It's the story of Jetta, a girl with bipolar disorder who is...

    Disclaimer: I received a free copy via Edelweiss for review purposes. Jetta is a member of a famed troupe of shadow players, where a story is told through the shadows cast by puppets. But Jetta and her parents have a secret to their success ? Jetta's has necromancy powers and uses...

    Check out more reviews @ Perspective of a Writer... In a vivid, rich world inspired by Asian cultures and French colonialism? A bipolar young woman with a dangerous power she barely understands. A smuggler with secrets of his own. A country torn between a merciless colonial ar...

    I tried to read this book many months ago as a manuscript and couldn't get into it, but the audiobook is GREAT. An interesting and unique world that I have never seen before. PS - There is quite a bit of French in here, definitely not enough to take away from the story if you're 100...

    The cover art is good, the title is good, the novel is not so good. There is a spark of potential that needs to be exploited in subsequent books in the series. ...

    Welcome to the fourth in my series of reviews of ARCs for which I traded this August, and for sure one of the best, brightest, and most unique new books of the year! Heidi Heilig impressed me a great deal with her first duology, The Girl from Everywhere and The Ship Beyond Time. Now, s...

    Blog | Bookstagram | Instagram | Twitter ARC provided via Edelweiss for a fair review In a land stricken with war between a country colonizing it and its local rebels, Jetta and her family make their way across the country to hopefully catch the eye of the Boy King as a shadow...

    DNF @ 62% I?ve been pretty good about not DNF?ing this year but I just can?t get into this story. It may be the format (audiobook) but I just can?t connect with the story or world building. I may try this in physical format one day but for now it?s a no. ...

    ?Never show, Never tell.? Okay, before i start the official review, i wanted to know: didn?t that line remind you of Frozen? Just me? That?s fine. I have a feeling a lot of you are going to like this book, and that?s good. Personally I am really not sure about my feeling...

    ARC received from the Publisher via Edelweiss in exchange for a honest review Full RTC on LAIR OF BOOKS INITIAL THOUGHTS: There's so much to love about this uniquely dark tale told in play format, 3 acts where we follow our MC Jetta as she is uprooted from the only place she's kn...

    Thank you Harper Collins for the early copy! I'm very excited for this! ...

    I received an e-ARC from Edelweiss in exchange for an honest review. Review can be found on *Milky Way of Books* Jetta has an extraordinary ability...which must remain hidden if she and her family want to survive. In this world of Empires, conquered cities and full of spies, revolut...

  • Heidi Heilig
    Sep 19, 2017

    Okay I'm going to paste my preliminary author's note here, because it includes content notes at the bottom and I want to get those in front of people now because ARCs will become available soonish and I don't want anyone to be taken by surprise! I will format with spoiler tags as wel...

  • Cori Reed
    Nov 15, 2018

    Okay I'm going to paste my preliminary author's note here, because it includes content notes at the bottom and I want to get those in front of people now because ARCs will become available soonish and I don't want anyone to be taken by surprise! I will format with spoiler tags as wel...

    I'm going to be putting this on hold at about 33%. I'll keep this at a bulleted list because I'm... almost 200 pages in? and that doesn't quite feel like enough to actually Dislike The Thing, and also there is a good chance I will finish this at some point ?I think this might just...

    Originally, I was going to power through this in a few days, but I just can't. This isn't a DNF, I'm just going to put it back on my to-read pile and pick it up later in the future. I don't hate it, but after 100 pages, I just can't get into it. Nothing has really captured my att...

    ?To the mad ones? I knew I was going to like this book right from the dedication. For a Muse of Fire is the first book in a YA trilogy set in a high fantasy world inspired by Southeast Asia during French colonization. It's the story of Jetta, a girl with bipolar disorder who is...

    Disclaimer: I received a free copy via Edelweiss for review purposes. Jetta is a member of a famed troupe of shadow players, where a story is told through the shadows cast by puppets. But Jetta and her parents have a secret to their success ? Jetta's has necromancy powers and uses...

    Check out more reviews @ Perspective of a Writer... In a vivid, rich world inspired by Asian cultures and French colonialism? A bipolar young woman with a dangerous power she barely understands. A smuggler with secrets of his own. A country torn between a merciless colonial ar...

    I tried to read this book many months ago as a manuscript and couldn't get into it, but the audiobook is GREAT. An interesting and unique world that I have never seen before. PS - There is quite a bit of French in here, definitely not enough to take away from the story if you're 100...

  • ambsreads
    Oct 15, 2018

    Okay I'm going to paste my preliminary author's note here, because it includes content notes at the bottom and I want to get those in front of people now because ARCs will become available soonish and I don't want anyone to be taken by surprise! I will format with spoiler tags as wel...

    I'm going to be putting this on hold at about 33%. I'll keep this at a bulleted list because I'm... almost 200 pages in? and that doesn't quite feel like enough to actually Dislike The Thing, and also there is a good chance I will finish this at some point ?I think this might just...

    Originally, I was going to power through this in a few days, but I just can't. This isn't a DNF, I'm just going to put it back on my to-read pile and pick it up later in the future. I don't hate it, but after 100 pages, I just can't get into it. Nothing has really captured my att...

    ?To the mad ones? I knew I was going to like this book right from the dedication. For a Muse of Fire is the first book in a YA trilogy set in a high fantasy world inspired by Southeast Asia during French colonization. It's the story of Jetta, a girl with bipolar disorder who is...

    Disclaimer: I received a free copy via Edelweiss for review purposes. Jetta is a member of a famed troupe of shadow players, where a story is told through the shadows cast by puppets. But Jetta and her parents have a secret to their success ? Jetta's has necromancy powers and uses...

    Check out more reviews @ Perspective of a Writer... In a vivid, rich world inspired by Asian cultures and French colonialism? A bipolar young woman with a dangerous power she barely understands. A smuggler with secrets of his own. A country torn between a merciless colonial ar...

    I tried to read this book many months ago as a manuscript and couldn't get into it, but the audiobook is GREAT. An interesting and unique world that I have never seen before. PS - There is quite a bit of French in here, definitely not enough to take away from the story if you're 100...

    The cover art is good, the title is good, the novel is not so good. There is a spark of potential that needs to be exploited in subsequent books in the series. ...

    Welcome to the fourth in my series of reviews of ARCs for which I traded this August, and for sure one of the best, brightest, and most unique new books of the year! Heidi Heilig impressed me a great deal with her first duology, The Girl from Everywhere and The Ship Beyond Time. Now, s...

    Blog | Bookstagram | Instagram | Twitter ARC provided via Edelweiss for a fair review In a land stricken with war between a country colonizing it and its local rebels, Jetta and her family make their way across the country to hopefully catch the eye of the Boy King as a shadow...

    DNF @ 62% I?ve been pretty good about not DNF?ing this year but I just can?t get into this story. It may be the format (audiobook) but I just can?t connect with the story or world building. I may try this in physical format one day but for now it?s a no. ...

  • Hanaa
    Sep 10, 2018

    Okay I'm going to paste my preliminary author's note here, because it includes content notes at the bottom and I want to get those in front of people now because ARCs will become available soonish and I don't want anyone to be taken by surprise! I will format with spoiler tags as wel...

    I'm going to be putting this on hold at about 33%. I'll keep this at a bulleted list because I'm... almost 200 pages in? and that doesn't quite feel like enough to actually Dislike The Thing, and also there is a good chance I will finish this at some point ?I think this might just...

    Originally, I was going to power through this in a few days, but I just can't. This isn't a DNF, I'm just going to put it back on my to-read pile and pick it up later in the future. I don't hate it, but after 100 pages, I just can't get into it. Nothing has really captured my att...

    ?To the mad ones? I knew I was going to like this book right from the dedication. For a Muse of Fire is the first book in a YA trilogy set in a high fantasy world inspired by Southeast Asia during French colonization. It's the story of Jetta, a girl with bipolar disorder who is...

    Disclaimer: I received a free copy via Edelweiss for review purposes. Jetta is a member of a famed troupe of shadow players, where a story is told through the shadows cast by puppets. But Jetta and her parents have a secret to their success ? Jetta's has necromancy powers and uses...

    Check out more reviews @ Perspective of a Writer... In a vivid, rich world inspired by Asian cultures and French colonialism? A bipolar young woman with a dangerous power she barely understands. A smuggler with secrets of his own. A country torn between a merciless colonial ar...

    I tried to read this book many months ago as a manuscript and couldn't get into it, but the audiobook is GREAT. An interesting and unique world that I have never seen before. PS - There is quite a bit of French in here, definitely not enough to take away from the story if you're 100...

    The cover art is good, the title is good, the novel is not so good. There is a spark of potential that needs to be exploited in subsequent books in the series. ...

    Welcome to the fourth in my series of reviews of ARCs for which I traded this August, and for sure one of the best, brightest, and most unique new books of the year! Heidi Heilig impressed me a great deal with her first duology, The Girl from Everywhere and The Ship Beyond Time. Now, s...

    Blog | Bookstagram | Instagram | Twitter ARC provided via Edelweiss for a fair review In a land stricken with war between a country colonizing it and its local rebels, Jetta and her family make their way across the country to hopefully catch the eye of the Boy King as a shadow...

    DNF @ 62% I?ve been pretty good about not DNF?ing this year but I just can?t get into this story. It may be the format (audiobook) but I just can?t connect with the story or world building. I may try this in physical format one day but for now it?s a no. ...

    ?Never show, Never tell.? Okay, before i start the official review, i wanted to know: didn?t that line remind you of Frozen? Just me? That?s fine. I have a feeling a lot of you are going to like this book, and that?s good. Personally I am really not sure about my feeling...

  • Britt
    Sep 06, 2018

    Okay I'm going to paste my preliminary author's note here, because it includes content notes at the bottom and I want to get those in front of people now because ARCs will become available soonish and I don't want anyone to be taken by surprise! I will format with spoiler tags as wel...

    I'm going to be putting this on hold at about 33%. I'll keep this at a bulleted list because I'm... almost 200 pages in? and that doesn't quite feel like enough to actually Dislike The Thing, and also there is a good chance I will finish this at some point ?I think this might just...

    Originally, I was going to power through this in a few days, but I just can't. This isn't a DNF, I'm just going to put it back on my to-read pile and pick it up later in the future. I don't hate it, but after 100 pages, I just can't get into it. Nothing has really captured my att...

    ?To the mad ones? I knew I was going to like this book right from the dedication. For a Muse of Fire is the first book in a YA trilogy set in a high fantasy world inspired by Southeast Asia during French colonization. It's the story of Jetta, a girl with bipolar disorder who is...

    Disclaimer: I received a free copy via Edelweiss for review purposes. Jetta is a member of a famed troupe of shadow players, where a story is told through the shadows cast by puppets. But Jetta and her parents have a secret to their success ? Jetta's has necromancy powers and uses...

    Check out more reviews @ Perspective of a Writer... In a vivid, rich world inspired by Asian cultures and French colonialism? A bipolar young woman with a dangerous power she barely understands. A smuggler with secrets of his own. A country torn between a merciless colonial ar...

    I tried to read this book many months ago as a manuscript and couldn't get into it, but the audiobook is GREAT. An interesting and unique world that I have never seen before. PS - There is quite a bit of French in here, definitely not enough to take away from the story if you're 100...

    The cover art is good, the title is good, the novel is not so good. There is a spark of potential that needs to be exploited in subsequent books in the series. ...

    Welcome to the fourth in my series of reviews of ARCs for which I traded this August, and for sure one of the best, brightest, and most unique new books of the year! Heidi Heilig impressed me a great deal with her first duology, The Girl from Everywhere and The Ship Beyond Time. Now, s...

    Blog | Bookstagram | Instagram | Twitter ARC provided via Edelweiss for a fair review In a land stricken with war between a country colonizing it and its local rebels, Jetta and her family make their way across the country to hopefully catch the eye of the Boy King as a shadow...

    DNF @ 62% I?ve been pretty good about not DNF?ing this year but I just can?t get into this story. It may be the format (audiobook) but I just can?t connect with the story or world building. I may try this in physical format one day but for now it?s a no. ...

    ?Never show, Never tell.? Okay, before i start the official review, i wanted to know: didn?t that line remind you of Frozen? Just me? That?s fine. I have a feeling a lot of you are going to like this book, and that?s good. Personally I am really not sure about my feeling...

    ARC received from the Publisher via Edelweiss in exchange for a honest review Full RTC on LAIR OF BOOKS INITIAL THOUGHTS: There's so much to love about this uniquely dark tale told in play format, 3 acts where we follow our MC Jetta as she is uprooted from the only place she's kn...

    Thank you Harper Collins for the early copy! I'm very excited for this! ...

    I received an e-ARC from Edelweiss in exchange for an honest review. Review can be found on *Milky Way of Books* Jetta has an extraordinary ability...which must remain hidden if she and her family want to survive. In this world of Empires, conquered cities and full of spies, revolut...

    It was a little hard to make sense of the world, language and storytelling format initially. But there was just enough of a draw to keep me interested in finding out how things would play out in the end. ...

    ???? ??? ? ?????, ??????? ? ??????. ?? ??? ????? ? ??????? ????? ??? ???? ????????? ????? ????? ???????. ???? ?? ??????? ?????????? ????????? ????????? ??...

    Necromancy with puppets... French and Asian influences. Magic and epic adventures. For a Muse of Fire is a story about a girl named Jetta. Her family is the Ros Nai ? a troupe of shadow players that is on their way to being the most famous in the country. Their puppets seem ...

  • Namera [The Literary Invertebrate]
    Oct 04, 2018

    Okay I'm going to paste my preliminary author's note here, because it includes content notes at the bottom and I want to get those in front of people now because ARCs will become available soonish and I don't want anyone to be taken by surprise! I will format with spoiler tags as wel...

    I'm going to be putting this on hold at about 33%. I'll keep this at a bulleted list because I'm... almost 200 pages in? and that doesn't quite feel like enough to actually Dislike The Thing, and also there is a good chance I will finish this at some point ?I think this might just...

    Originally, I was going to power through this in a few days, but I just can't. This isn't a DNF, I'm just going to put it back on my to-read pile and pick it up later in the future. I don't hate it, but after 100 pages, I just can't get into it. Nothing has really captured my att...

    ?To the mad ones? I knew I was going to like this book right from the dedication. For a Muse of Fire is the first book in a YA trilogy set in a high fantasy world inspired by Southeast Asia during French colonization. It's the story of Jetta, a girl with bipolar disorder who is...

    Disclaimer: I received a free copy via Edelweiss for review purposes. Jetta is a member of a famed troupe of shadow players, where a story is told through the shadows cast by puppets. But Jetta and her parents have a secret to their success ? Jetta's has necromancy powers and uses...

    Check out more reviews @ Perspective of a Writer... In a vivid, rich world inspired by Asian cultures and French colonialism? A bipolar young woman with a dangerous power she barely understands. A smuggler with secrets of his own. A country torn between a merciless colonial ar...

    I tried to read this book many months ago as a manuscript and couldn't get into it, but the audiobook is GREAT. An interesting and unique world that I have never seen before. PS - There is quite a bit of French in here, definitely not enough to take away from the story if you're 100...

    The cover art is good, the title is good, the novel is not so good. There is a spark of potential that needs to be exploited in subsequent books in the series. ...

    Welcome to the fourth in my series of reviews of ARCs for which I traded this August, and for sure one of the best, brightest, and most unique new books of the year! Heidi Heilig impressed me a great deal with her first duology, The Girl from Everywhere and The Ship Beyond Time. Now, s...

    Blog | Bookstagram | Instagram | Twitter ARC provided via Edelweiss for a fair review In a land stricken with war between a country colonizing it and its local rebels, Jetta and her family make their way across the country to hopefully catch the eye of the Boy King as a shadow...

    DNF @ 62% I?ve been pretty good about not DNF?ing this year but I just can?t get into this story. It may be the format (audiobook) but I just can?t connect with the story or world building. I may try this in physical format one day but for now it?s a no. ...

    ?Never show, Never tell.? Okay, before i start the official review, i wanted to know: didn?t that line remind you of Frozen? Just me? That?s fine. I have a feeling a lot of you are going to like this book, and that?s good. Personally I am really not sure about my feeling...

    ARC received from the Publisher via Edelweiss in exchange for a honest review Full RTC on LAIR OF BOOKS INITIAL THOUGHTS: There's so much to love about this uniquely dark tale told in play format, 3 acts where we follow our MC Jetta as she is uprooted from the only place she's kn...

    Thank you Harper Collins for the early copy! I'm very excited for this! ...

    I received an e-ARC from Edelweiss in exchange for an honest review. Review can be found on *Milky Way of Books* Jetta has an extraordinary ability...which must remain hidden if she and her family want to survive. In this world of Empires, conquered cities and full of spies, revolut...

    It was a little hard to make sense of the world, language and storytelling format initially. But there was just enough of a draw to keep me interested in finding out how things would play out in the end. ...

    ???? ??? ? ?????, ??????? ? ??????. ?? ??? ????? ? ??????? ????? ??? ???? ????????? ????? ????? ???????. ???? ?? ??????? ?????????? ????????? ????????? ??...

    Necromancy with puppets... French and Asian influences. Magic and epic adventures. For a Muse of Fire is a story about a girl named Jetta. Her family is the Ros Nai ? a troupe of shadow players that is on their way to being the most famous in the country. Their puppets seem ...

    This sounds quite interesting, and I love the cover <3 ...

    SO SO SO SO SO SO SO GOOD ...

    REASON TO ADD TO YOUR TBR: ? it says would captivate fans of leigh bardugo (yay!!!!) i'm a bit torn about sabaa tahir and renee ahdieh, but okay. all of these women are fantasy writers so, still a big yeah! ? seeing dead people and bind them to puppets??? yessssss!!! ? asian...

    Heidi Heilig is a master of her craft. ...

    OH. MY. GOD. THIS BOOK WAS AMAZING. I started writing this review and it was basically a bunch of fangirling, so I?m starting over again. From the beginning this time. Here goes? PLOT So, Jetta and her parents are shadow players ? they tour Chakra and put on plays w...

  • Cesar
    Jul 16, 2018

    Okay I'm going to paste my preliminary author's note here, because it includes content notes at the bottom and I want to get those in front of people now because ARCs will become available soonish and I don't want anyone to be taken by surprise! I will format with spoiler tags as wel...

    I'm going to be putting this on hold at about 33%. I'll keep this at a bulleted list because I'm... almost 200 pages in? and that doesn't quite feel like enough to actually Dislike The Thing, and also there is a good chance I will finish this at some point ?I think this might just...

    Originally, I was going to power through this in a few days, but I just can't. This isn't a DNF, I'm just going to put it back on my to-read pile and pick it up later in the future. I don't hate it, but after 100 pages, I just can't get into it. Nothing has really captured my att...

  • Rachel Strolle
    Apr 23, 2018

    Okay I'm going to paste my preliminary author's note here, because it includes content notes at the bottom and I want to get those in front of people now because ARCs will become available soonish and I don't want anyone to be taken by surprise! I will format with spoiler tags as wel...

    I'm going to be putting this on hold at about 33%. I'll keep this at a bulleted list because I'm... almost 200 pages in? and that doesn't quite feel like enough to actually Dislike The Thing, and also there is a good chance I will finish this at some point ?I think this might just...

    Originally, I was going to power through this in a few days, but I just can't. This isn't a DNF, I'm just going to put it back on my to-read pile and pick it up later in the future. I don't hate it, but after 100 pages, I just can't get into it. Nothing has really captured my att...

    ?To the mad ones? I knew I was going to like this book right from the dedication. For a Muse of Fire is the first book in a YA trilogy set in a high fantasy world inspired by Southeast Asia during French colonization. It's the story of Jetta, a girl with bipolar disorder who is...

    Disclaimer: I received a free copy via Edelweiss for review purposes. Jetta is a member of a famed troupe of shadow players, where a story is told through the shadows cast by puppets. But Jetta and her parents have a secret to their success ? Jetta's has necromancy powers and uses...

    Check out more reviews @ Perspective of a Writer... In a vivid, rich world inspired by Asian cultures and French colonialism? A bipolar young woman with a dangerous power she barely understands. A smuggler with secrets of his own. A country torn between a merciless colonial ar...

    I tried to read this book many months ago as a manuscript and couldn't get into it, but the audiobook is GREAT. An interesting and unique world that I have never seen before. PS - There is quite a bit of French in here, definitely not enough to take away from the story if you're 100...

    The cover art is good, the title is good, the novel is not so good. There is a spark of potential that needs to be exploited in subsequent books in the series. ...

    Welcome to the fourth in my series of reviews of ARCs for which I traded this August, and for sure one of the best, brightest, and most unique new books of the year! Heidi Heilig impressed me a great deal with her first duology, The Girl from Everywhere and The Ship Beyond Time. Now, s...

    Blog | Bookstagram | Instagram | Twitter ARC provided via Edelweiss for a fair review In a land stricken with war between a country colonizing it and its local rebels, Jetta and her family make their way across the country to hopefully catch the eye of the Boy King as a shadow...

    DNF @ 62% I?ve been pretty good about not DNF?ing this year but I just can?t get into this story. It may be the format (audiobook) but I just can?t connect with the story or world building. I may try this in physical format one day but for now it?s a no. ...

    ?Never show, Never tell.? Okay, before i start the official review, i wanted to know: didn?t that line remind you of Frozen? Just me? That?s fine. I have a feeling a lot of you are going to like this book, and that?s good. Personally I am really not sure about my feeling...

    ARC received from the Publisher via Edelweiss in exchange for a honest review Full RTC on LAIR OF BOOKS INITIAL THOUGHTS: There's so much to love about this uniquely dark tale told in play format, 3 acts where we follow our MC Jetta as she is uprooted from the only place she's kn...

    Thank you Harper Collins for the early copy! I'm very excited for this! ...

    I received an e-ARC from Edelweiss in exchange for an honest review. Review can be found on *Milky Way of Books* Jetta has an extraordinary ability...which must remain hidden if she and her family want to survive. In this world of Empires, conquered cities and full of spies, revolut...

    It was a little hard to make sense of the world, language and storytelling format initially. But there was just enough of a draw to keep me interested in finding out how things would play out in the end. ...

    ???? ??? ? ?????, ??????? ? ??????. ?? ??? ????? ? ??????? ????? ??? ???? ????????? ????? ????? ???????. ???? ?? ??????? ?????????? ????????? ????????? ??...

    Necromancy with puppets... French and Asian influences. Magic and epic adventures. For a Muse of Fire is a story about a girl named Jetta. Her family is the Ros Nai ? a troupe of shadow players that is on their way to being the most famous in the country. Their puppets seem ...

    This sounds quite interesting, and I love the cover <3 ...

    SO SO SO SO SO SO SO GOOD ...

  • Bianca (The Ultimate Fangirl)
    Sep 27, 2018

    Okay I'm going to paste my preliminary author's note here, because it includes content notes at the bottom and I want to get those in front of people now because ARCs will become available soonish and I don't want anyone to be taken by surprise! I will format with spoiler tags as wel...

    I'm going to be putting this on hold at about 33%. I'll keep this at a bulleted list because I'm... almost 200 pages in? and that doesn't quite feel like enough to actually Dislike The Thing, and also there is a good chance I will finish this at some point ?I think this might just...

    Originally, I was going to power through this in a few days, but I just can't. This isn't a DNF, I'm just going to put it back on my to-read pile and pick it up later in the future. I don't hate it, but after 100 pages, I just can't get into it. Nothing has really captured my att...

    ?To the mad ones? I knew I was going to like this book right from the dedication. For a Muse of Fire is the first book in a YA trilogy set in a high fantasy world inspired by Southeast Asia during French colonization. It's the story of Jetta, a girl with bipolar disorder who is...

    Disclaimer: I received a free copy via Edelweiss for review purposes. Jetta is a member of a famed troupe of shadow players, where a story is told through the shadows cast by puppets. But Jetta and her parents have a secret to their success ? Jetta's has necromancy powers and uses...

    Check out more reviews @ Perspective of a Writer... In a vivid, rich world inspired by Asian cultures and French colonialism? A bipolar young woman with a dangerous power she barely understands. A smuggler with secrets of his own. A country torn between a merciless colonial ar...

    I tried to read this book many months ago as a manuscript and couldn't get into it, but the audiobook is GREAT. An interesting and unique world that I have never seen before. PS - There is quite a bit of French in here, definitely not enough to take away from the story if you're 100...

    The cover art is good, the title is good, the novel is not so good. There is a spark of potential that needs to be exploited in subsequent books in the series. ...

    Welcome to the fourth in my series of reviews of ARCs for which I traded this August, and for sure one of the best, brightest, and most unique new books of the year! Heidi Heilig impressed me a great deal with her first duology, The Girl from Everywhere and The Ship Beyond Time. Now, s...

    Blog | Bookstagram | Instagram | Twitter ARC provided via Edelweiss for a fair review In a land stricken with war between a country colonizing it and its local rebels, Jetta and her family make their way across the country to hopefully catch the eye of the Boy King as a shadow...

    DNF @ 62% I?ve been pretty good about not DNF?ing this year but I just can?t get into this story. It may be the format (audiobook) but I just can?t connect with the story or world building. I may try this in physical format one day but for now it?s a no. ...

    ?Never show, Never tell.? Okay, before i start the official review, i wanted to know: didn?t that line remind you of Frozen? Just me? That?s fine. I have a feeling a lot of you are going to like this book, and that?s good. Personally I am really not sure about my feeling...

    ARC received from the Publisher via Edelweiss in exchange for a honest review Full RTC on LAIR OF BOOKS INITIAL THOUGHTS: There's so much to love about this uniquely dark tale told in play format, 3 acts where we follow our MC Jetta as she is uprooted from the only place she's kn...

    Thank you Harper Collins for the early copy! I'm very excited for this! ...

    I received an e-ARC from Edelweiss in exchange for an honest review. Review can be found on *Milky Way of Books* Jetta has an extraordinary ability...which must remain hidden if she and her family want to survive. In this world of Empires, conquered cities and full of spies, revolut...

    It was a little hard to make sense of the world, language and storytelling format initially. But there was just enough of a draw to keep me interested in finding out how things would play out in the end. ...

    ???? ??? ? ?????, ??????? ? ??????. ?? ??? ????? ? ??????? ????? ??? ???? ????????? ????? ????? ???????. ???? ?? ??????? ?????????? ????????? ????????? ??...

    Necromancy with puppets... French and Asian influences. Magic and epic adventures. For a Muse of Fire is a story about a girl named Jetta. Her family is the Ros Nai ? a troupe of shadow players that is on their way to being the most famous in the country. Their puppets seem ...

    This sounds quite interesting, and I love the cover <3 ...

    SO SO SO SO SO SO SO GOOD ...

    REASON TO ADD TO YOUR TBR: ? it says would captivate fans of leigh bardugo (yay!!!!) i'm a bit torn about sabaa tahir and renee ahdieh, but okay. all of these women are fantasy writers so, still a big yeah! ? seeing dead people and bind them to puppets??? yessssss!!! ? asian...

    Heidi Heilig is a master of her craft. ...

    OH. MY. GOD. THIS BOOK WAS AMAZING. I started writing this review and it was basically a bunch of fangirling, so I?m starting over again. From the beginning this time. Here goes? PLOT So, Jetta and her parents are shadow players ? they tour Chakra and put on plays w...

    Arc of For a Muse of Fire provided by Edelweiss and HarperCollins in exchange for an honest review. Warnings (mentioned by author in book): Mental illness (bipolar), blood use in magic, gun violence, war, colonialism, racism, descriptions of dead bodies, mention of reproductive co...

    FOR A MUSE OF FIRE captured my attention--and held it--with its unique magic and believable characters. Jetta contends with family secrets and the horrors of war. The novel pulls no punches and is all the stronger for it. Many readers will no doubt love the letters, telegrams, and p...

    The initial set-up of the book was pretty confusing. There is a lot of terminology and a lot of people to keep track of. Although I liked the mash-up of French words in an Asian-style setting, I did find the storyline behind this blurry and odd, at times. I just couldn't connect wit...

    there was nothing particularly wrong with this, I overall liked it, but it just wasn?t anything special or anything I felt that passionate about. it definitely had unique and interesting aspects to it but overall nothing really stood out for me. read for tome topple round 7. ...

    Actual rating: 3.3 - 3.5 ish? It's right in the middle of a "That was okay, I guess" and a "well, that was fun" rating. I don't know if it's just me but there was a lot to process when it comes to this story. For starters, the pacing was a bit more like an "up-down situation", where...

  • K
    Mar 30, 2018

    Okay I'm going to paste my preliminary author's note here, because it includes content notes at the bottom and I want to get those in front of people now because ARCs will become available soonish and I don't want anyone to be taken by surprise! I will format with spoiler tags as wel...

    I'm going to be putting this on hold at about 33%. I'll keep this at a bulleted list because I'm... almost 200 pages in? and that doesn't quite feel like enough to actually Dislike The Thing, and also there is a good chance I will finish this at some point ?I think this might just...

    Originally, I was going to power through this in a few days, but I just can't. This isn't a DNF, I'm just going to put it back on my to-read pile and pick it up later in the future. I don't hate it, but after 100 pages, I just can't get into it. Nothing has really captured my att...

    ?To the mad ones? I knew I was going to like this book right from the dedication. For a Muse of Fire is the first book in a YA trilogy set in a high fantasy world inspired by Southeast Asia during French colonization. It's the story of Jetta, a girl with bipolar disorder who is...

    Disclaimer: I received a free copy via Edelweiss for review purposes. Jetta is a member of a famed troupe of shadow players, where a story is told through the shadows cast by puppets. But Jetta and her parents have a secret to their success ? Jetta's has necromancy powers and uses...

    Check out more reviews @ Perspective of a Writer... In a vivid, rich world inspired by Asian cultures and French colonialism? A bipolar young woman with a dangerous power she barely understands. A smuggler with secrets of his own. A country torn between a merciless colonial ar...

    I tried to read this book many months ago as a manuscript and couldn't get into it, but the audiobook is GREAT. An interesting and unique world that I have never seen before. PS - There is quite a bit of French in here, definitely not enough to take away from the story if you're 100...

    The cover art is good, the title is good, the novel is not so good. There is a spark of potential that needs to be exploited in subsequent books in the series. ...

    Welcome to the fourth in my series of reviews of ARCs for which I traded this August, and for sure one of the best, brightest, and most unique new books of the year! Heidi Heilig impressed me a great deal with her first duology, The Girl from Everywhere and The Ship Beyond Time. Now, s...

    Blog | Bookstagram | Instagram | Twitter ARC provided via Edelweiss for a fair review In a land stricken with war between a country colonizing it and its local rebels, Jetta and her family make their way across the country to hopefully catch the eye of the Boy King as a shadow...

    DNF @ 62% I?ve been pretty good about not DNF?ing this year but I just can?t get into this story. It may be the format (audiobook) but I just can?t connect with the story or world building. I may try this in physical format one day but for now it?s a no. ...

    ?Never show, Never tell.? Okay, before i start the official review, i wanted to know: didn?t that line remind you of Frozen? Just me? That?s fine. I have a feeling a lot of you are going to like this book, and that?s good. Personally I am really not sure about my feeling...

    ARC received from the Publisher via Edelweiss in exchange for a honest review Full RTC on LAIR OF BOOKS INITIAL THOUGHTS: There's so much to love about this uniquely dark tale told in play format, 3 acts where we follow our MC Jetta as she is uprooted from the only place she's kn...

    Thank you Harper Collins for the early copy! I'm very excited for this! ...

    I received an e-ARC from Edelweiss in exchange for an honest review. Review can be found on *Milky Way of Books* Jetta has an extraordinary ability...which must remain hidden if she and her family want to survive. In this world of Empires, conquered cities and full of spies, revolut...

    It was a little hard to make sense of the world, language and storytelling format initially. But there was just enough of a draw to keep me interested in finding out how things would play out in the end. ...

    ???? ??? ? ?????, ??????? ? ??????. ?? ??? ????? ? ??????? ????? ??? ???? ????????? ????? ????? ???????. ???? ?? ??????? ?????????? ????????? ????????? ??...

    Necromancy with puppets... French and Asian influences. Magic and epic adventures. For a Muse of Fire is a story about a girl named Jetta. Her family is the Ros Nai ? a troupe of shadow players that is on their way to being the most famous in the country. Their puppets seem ...

    This sounds quite interesting, and I love the cover <3 ...

    SO SO SO SO SO SO SO GOOD ...

    REASON TO ADD TO YOUR TBR: ? it says would captivate fans of leigh bardugo (yay!!!!) i'm a bit torn about sabaa tahir and renee ahdieh, but okay. all of these women are fantasy writers so, still a big yeah! ? seeing dead people and bind them to puppets??? yessssss!!! ? asian...

    Heidi Heilig is a master of her craft. ...

  • Acqua
    Sep 28, 2018

    Okay I'm going to paste my preliminary author's note here, because it includes content notes at the bottom and I want to get those in front of people now because ARCs will become available soonish and I don't want anyone to be taken by surprise! I will format with spoiler tags as wel...

    I'm going to be putting this on hold at about 33%. I'll keep this at a bulleted list because I'm... almost 200 pages in? and that doesn't quite feel like enough to actually Dislike The Thing, and also there is a good chance I will finish this at some point ?I think this might just...

    Originally, I was going to power through this in a few days, but I just can't. This isn't a DNF, I'm just going to put it back on my to-read pile and pick it up later in the future. I don't hate it, but after 100 pages, I just can't get into it. Nothing has really captured my att...

    ?To the mad ones? I knew I was going to like this book right from the dedication. For a Muse of Fire is the first book in a YA trilogy set in a high fantasy world inspired by Southeast Asia during French colonization. It's the story of Jetta, a girl with bipolar disorder who is...

  • Elise (TheBookishActress)
    Feb 16, 2018

    Okay I'm going to paste my preliminary author's note here, because it includes content notes at the bottom and I want to get those in front of people now because ARCs will become available soonish and I don't want anyone to be taken by surprise! I will format with spoiler tags as wel...

    I'm going to be putting this on hold at about 33%. I'll keep this at a bulleted list because I'm... almost 200 pages in? and that doesn't quite feel like enough to actually Dislike The Thing, and also there is a good chance I will finish this at some point ?I think this might just...

  • Jonna Peltokangas
    Nov 22, 2018

    Okay I'm going to paste my preliminary author's note here, because it includes content notes at the bottom and I want to get those in front of people now because ARCs will become available soonish and I don't want anyone to be taken by surprise! I will format with spoiler tags as wel...

    I'm going to be putting this on hold at about 33%. I'll keep this at a bulleted list because I'm... almost 200 pages in? and that doesn't quite feel like enough to actually Dislike The Thing, and also there is a good chance I will finish this at some point ?I think this might just...

    Originally, I was going to power through this in a few days, but I just can't. This isn't a DNF, I'm just going to put it back on my to-read pile and pick it up later in the future. I don't hate it, but after 100 pages, I just can't get into it. Nothing has really captured my att...

    ?To the mad ones? I knew I was going to like this book right from the dedication. For a Muse of Fire is the first book in a YA trilogy set in a high fantasy world inspired by Southeast Asia during French colonization. It's the story of Jetta, a girl with bipolar disorder who is...

    Disclaimer: I received a free copy via Edelweiss for review purposes. Jetta is a member of a famed troupe of shadow players, where a story is told through the shadows cast by puppets. But Jetta and her parents have a secret to their success ? Jetta's has necromancy powers and uses...

    Check out more reviews @ Perspective of a Writer... In a vivid, rich world inspired by Asian cultures and French colonialism? A bipolar young woman with a dangerous power she barely understands. A smuggler with secrets of his own. A country torn between a merciless colonial ar...

    I tried to read this book many months ago as a manuscript and couldn't get into it, but the audiobook is GREAT. An interesting and unique world that I have never seen before. PS - There is quite a bit of French in here, definitely not enough to take away from the story if you're 100...

    The cover art is good, the title is good, the novel is not so good. There is a spark of potential that needs to be exploited in subsequent books in the series. ...

    Welcome to the fourth in my series of reviews of ARCs for which I traded this August, and for sure one of the best, brightest, and most unique new books of the year! Heidi Heilig impressed me a great deal with her first duology, The Girl from Everywhere and The Ship Beyond Time. Now, s...

    Blog | Bookstagram | Instagram | Twitter ARC provided via Edelweiss for a fair review In a land stricken with war between a country colonizing it and its local rebels, Jetta and her family make their way across the country to hopefully catch the eye of the Boy King as a shadow...

    DNF @ 62% I?ve been pretty good about not DNF?ing this year but I just can?t get into this story. It may be the format (audiobook) but I just can?t connect with the story or world building. I may try this in physical format one day but for now it?s a no. ...

    ?Never show, Never tell.? Okay, before i start the official review, i wanted to know: didn?t that line remind you of Frozen? Just me? That?s fine. I have a feeling a lot of you are going to like this book, and that?s good. Personally I am really not sure about my feeling...

    ARC received from the Publisher via Edelweiss in exchange for a honest review Full RTC on LAIR OF BOOKS INITIAL THOUGHTS: There's so much to love about this uniquely dark tale told in play format, 3 acts where we follow our MC Jetta as she is uprooted from the only place she's kn...

    Thank you Harper Collins for the early copy! I'm very excited for this! ...

    I received an e-ARC from Edelweiss in exchange for an honest review. Review can be found on *Milky Way of Books* Jetta has an extraordinary ability...which must remain hidden if she and her family want to survive. In this world of Empires, conquered cities and full of spies, revolut...

    It was a little hard to make sense of the world, language and storytelling format initially. But there was just enough of a draw to keep me interested in finding out how things would play out in the end. ...

    ???? ??? ? ?????, ??????? ? ??????. ?? ??? ????? ? ??????? ????? ??? ???? ????????? ????? ????? ???????. ???? ?? ??????? ?????????? ????????? ????????? ??...

    Necromancy with puppets... French and Asian influences. Magic and epic adventures. For a Muse of Fire is a story about a girl named Jetta. Her family is the Ros Nai ? a troupe of shadow players that is on their way to being the most famous in the country. Their puppets seem ...

    This sounds quite interesting, and I love the cover <3 ...

    SO SO SO SO SO SO SO GOOD ...

    REASON TO ADD TO YOUR TBR: ? it says would captivate fans of leigh bardugo (yay!!!!) i'm a bit torn about sabaa tahir and renee ahdieh, but okay. all of these women are fantasy writers so, still a big yeah! ? seeing dead people and bind them to puppets??? yessssss!!! ? asian...

    Heidi Heilig is a master of her craft. ...

    OH. MY. GOD. THIS BOOK WAS AMAZING. I started writing this review and it was basically a bunch of fangirling, so I?m starting over again. From the beginning this time. Here goes? PLOT So, Jetta and her parents are shadow players ? they tour Chakra and put on plays w...

    Arc of For a Muse of Fire provided by Edelweiss and HarperCollins in exchange for an honest review. Warnings (mentioned by author in book): Mental illness (bipolar), blood use in magic, gun violence, war, colonialism, racism, descriptions of dead bodies, mention of reproductive co...

    FOR A MUSE OF FIRE captured my attention--and held it--with its unique magic and believable characters. Jetta contends with family secrets and the horrors of war. The novel pulls no punches and is all the stronger for it. Many readers will no doubt love the letters, telegrams, and p...

    The initial set-up of the book was pretty confusing. There is a lot of terminology and a lot of people to keep track of. Although I liked the mash-up of French words in an Asian-style setting, I did find the storyline behind this blurry and odd, at times. I just couldn't connect wit...

    there was nothing particularly wrong with this, I overall liked it, but it just wasn?t anything special or anything I felt that passionate about. it definitely had unique and interesting aspects to it but overall nothing really stood out for me. read for tome topple round 7. ...

  • Susan
    Sep 07, 2018

    Okay I'm going to paste my preliminary author's note here, because it includes content notes at the bottom and I want to get those in front of people now because ARCs will become available soonish and I don't want anyone to be taken by surprise! I will format with spoiler tags as wel...

    I'm going to be putting this on hold at about 33%. I'll keep this at a bulleted list because I'm... almost 200 pages in? and that doesn't quite feel like enough to actually Dislike The Thing, and also there is a good chance I will finish this at some point ?I think this might just...

    Originally, I was going to power through this in a few days, but I just can't. This isn't a DNF, I'm just going to put it back on my to-read pile and pick it up later in the future. I don't hate it, but after 100 pages, I just can't get into it. Nothing has really captured my att...

    ?To the mad ones? I knew I was going to like this book right from the dedication. For a Muse of Fire is the first book in a YA trilogy set in a high fantasy world inspired by Southeast Asia during French colonization. It's the story of Jetta, a girl with bipolar disorder who is...

    Disclaimer: I received a free copy via Edelweiss for review purposes. Jetta is a member of a famed troupe of shadow players, where a story is told through the shadows cast by puppets. But Jetta and her parents have a secret to their success ? Jetta's has necromancy powers and uses...

    Check out more reviews @ Perspective of a Writer... In a vivid, rich world inspired by Asian cultures and French colonialism? A bipolar young woman with a dangerous power she barely understands. A smuggler with secrets of his own. A country torn between a merciless colonial ar...

    I tried to read this book many months ago as a manuscript and couldn't get into it, but the audiobook is GREAT. An interesting and unique world that I have never seen before. PS - There is quite a bit of French in here, definitely not enough to take away from the story if you're 100...

    The cover art is good, the title is good, the novel is not so good. There is a spark of potential that needs to be exploited in subsequent books in the series. ...

    Welcome to the fourth in my series of reviews of ARCs for which I traded this August, and for sure one of the best, brightest, and most unique new books of the year! Heidi Heilig impressed me a great deal with her first duology, The Girl from Everywhere and The Ship Beyond Time. Now, s...

    Blog | Bookstagram | Instagram | Twitter ARC provided via Edelweiss for a fair review In a land stricken with war between a country colonizing it and its local rebels, Jetta and her family make their way across the country to hopefully catch the eye of the Boy King as a shadow...

    DNF @ 62% I?ve been pretty good about not DNF?ing this year but I just can?t get into this story. It may be the format (audiobook) but I just can?t connect with the story or world building. I may try this in physical format one day but for now it?s a no. ...

    ?Never show, Never tell.? Okay, before i start the official review, i wanted to know: didn?t that line remind you of Frozen? Just me? That?s fine. I have a feeling a lot of you are going to like this book, and that?s good. Personally I am really not sure about my feeling...

    ARC received from the Publisher via Edelweiss in exchange for a honest review Full RTC on LAIR OF BOOKS INITIAL THOUGHTS: There's so much to love about this uniquely dark tale told in play format, 3 acts where we follow our MC Jetta as she is uprooted from the only place she's kn...

    Thank you Harper Collins for the early copy! I'm very excited for this! ...

    I received an e-ARC from Edelweiss in exchange for an honest review. Review can be found on *Milky Way of Books* Jetta has an extraordinary ability...which must remain hidden if she and her family want to survive. In this world of Empires, conquered cities and full of spies, revolut...

    It was a little hard to make sense of the world, language and storytelling format initially. But there was just enough of a draw to keep me interested in finding out how things would play out in the end. ...

    ???? ??? ? ?????, ??????? ? ??????. ?? ??? ????? ? ??????? ????? ??? ???? ????????? ????? ????? ???????. ???? ?? ??????? ?????????? ????????? ????????? ??...

    Necromancy with puppets... French and Asian influences. Magic and epic adventures. For a Muse of Fire is a story about a girl named Jetta. Her family is the Ros Nai ? a troupe of shadow players that is on their way to being the most famous in the country. Their puppets seem ...

    This sounds quite interesting, and I love the cover <3 ...

    SO SO SO SO SO SO SO GOOD ...

    REASON TO ADD TO YOUR TBR: ? it says would captivate fans of leigh bardugo (yay!!!!) i'm a bit torn about sabaa tahir and renee ahdieh, but okay. all of these women are fantasy writers so, still a big yeah! ? seeing dead people and bind them to puppets??? yessssss!!! ? asian...

    Heidi Heilig is a master of her craft. ...

    OH. MY. GOD. THIS BOOK WAS AMAZING. I started writing this review and it was basically a bunch of fangirling, so I?m starting over again. From the beginning this time. Here goes? PLOT So, Jetta and her parents are shadow players ? they tour Chakra and put on plays w...

    Arc of For a Muse of Fire provided by Edelweiss and HarperCollins in exchange for an honest review. Warnings (mentioned by author in book): Mental illness (bipolar), blood use in magic, gun violence, war, colonialism, racism, descriptions of dead bodies, mention of reproductive co...

  • Xcess090
    Oct 05, 2018

    Okay I'm going to paste my preliminary author's note here, because it includes content notes at the bottom and I want to get those in front of people now because ARCs will become available soonish and I don't want anyone to be taken by surprise! I will format with spoiler tags as wel...

    I'm going to be putting this on hold at about 33%. I'll keep this at a bulleted list because I'm... almost 200 pages in? and that doesn't quite feel like enough to actually Dislike The Thing, and also there is a good chance I will finish this at some point ?I think this might just...

    Originally, I was going to power through this in a few days, but I just can't. This isn't a DNF, I'm just going to put it back on my to-read pile and pick it up later in the future. I don't hate it, but after 100 pages, I just can't get into it. Nothing has really captured my att...

    ?To the mad ones? I knew I was going to like this book right from the dedication. For a Muse of Fire is the first book in a YA trilogy set in a high fantasy world inspired by Southeast Asia during French colonization. It's the story of Jetta, a girl with bipolar disorder who is...

    Disclaimer: I received a free copy via Edelweiss for review purposes. Jetta is a member of a famed troupe of shadow players, where a story is told through the shadows cast by puppets. But Jetta and her parents have a secret to their success ? Jetta's has necromancy powers and uses...

    Check out more reviews @ Perspective of a Writer... In a vivid, rich world inspired by Asian cultures and French colonialism? A bipolar young woman with a dangerous power she barely understands. A smuggler with secrets of his own. A country torn between a merciless colonial ar...

    I tried to read this book many months ago as a manuscript and couldn't get into it, but the audiobook is GREAT. An interesting and unique world that I have never seen before. PS - There is quite a bit of French in here, definitely not enough to take away from the story if you're 100...

    The cover art is good, the title is good, the novel is not so good. There is a spark of potential that needs to be exploited in subsequent books in the series. ...

    Welcome to the fourth in my series of reviews of ARCs for which I traded this August, and for sure one of the best, brightest, and most unique new books of the year! Heidi Heilig impressed me a great deal with her first duology, The Girl from Everywhere and The Ship Beyond Time. Now, s...

    Blog | Bookstagram | Instagram | Twitter ARC provided via Edelweiss for a fair review In a land stricken with war between a country colonizing it and its local rebels, Jetta and her family make their way across the country to hopefully catch the eye of the Boy King as a shadow...

    DNF @ 62% I?ve been pretty good about not DNF?ing this year but I just can?t get into this story. It may be the format (audiobook) but I just can?t connect with the story or world building. I may try this in physical format one day but for now it?s a no. ...

    ?Never show, Never tell.? Okay, before i start the official review, i wanted to know: didn?t that line remind you of Frozen? Just me? That?s fine. I have a feeling a lot of you are going to like this book, and that?s good. Personally I am really not sure about my feeling...

    ARC received from the Publisher via Edelweiss in exchange for a honest review Full RTC on LAIR OF BOOKS INITIAL THOUGHTS: There's so much to love about this uniquely dark tale told in play format, 3 acts where we follow our MC Jetta as she is uprooted from the only place she's kn...

    Thank you Harper Collins for the early copy! I'm very excited for this! ...

    I received an e-ARC from Edelweiss in exchange for an honest review. Review can be found on *Milky Way of Books* Jetta has an extraordinary ability...which must remain hidden if she and her family want to survive. In this world of Empires, conquered cities and full of spies, revolut...

    It was a little hard to make sense of the world, language and storytelling format initially. But there was just enough of a draw to keep me interested in finding out how things would play out in the end. ...

    ???? ??? ? ?????, ??????? ? ??????. ?? ??? ????? ? ??????? ????? ??? ???? ????????? ????? ????? ???????. ???? ?? ??????? ?????????? ????????? ????????? ??...

    Necromancy with puppets... French and Asian influences. Magic and epic adventures. For a Muse of Fire is a story about a girl named Jetta. Her family is the Ros Nai ? a troupe of shadow players that is on their way to being the most famous in the country. Their puppets seem ...

    This sounds quite interesting, and I love the cover <3 ...

    SO SO SO SO SO SO SO GOOD ...

    REASON TO ADD TO YOUR TBR: ? it says would captivate fans of leigh bardugo (yay!!!!) i'm a bit torn about sabaa tahir and renee ahdieh, but okay. all of these women are fantasy writers so, still a big yeah! ? seeing dead people and bind them to puppets??? yessssss!!! ? asian...

    Heidi Heilig is a master of her craft. ...

    OH. MY. GOD. THIS BOOK WAS AMAZING. I started writing this review and it was basically a bunch of fangirling, so I?m starting over again. From the beginning this time. Here goes? PLOT So, Jetta and her parents are shadow players ? they tour Chakra and put on plays w...

    Arc of For a Muse of Fire provided by Edelweiss and HarperCollins in exchange for an honest review. Warnings (mentioned by author in book): Mental illness (bipolar), blood use in magic, gun violence, war, colonialism, racism, descriptions of dead bodies, mention of reproductive co...

    FOR A MUSE OF FIRE captured my attention--and held it--with its unique magic and believable characters. Jetta contends with family secrets and the horrors of war. The novel pulls no punches and is all the stronger for it. Many readers will no doubt love the letters, telegrams, and p...

    The initial set-up of the book was pretty confusing. There is a lot of terminology and a lot of people to keep track of. Although I liked the mash-up of French words in an Asian-style setting, I did find the storyline behind this blurry and odd, at times. I just couldn't connect wit...

    there was nothing particularly wrong with this, I overall liked it, but it just wasn?t anything special or anything I felt that passionate about. it definitely had unique and interesting aspects to it but overall nothing really stood out for me. read for tome topple round 7. ...

    Actual rating: 3.3 - 3.5 ish? It's right in the middle of a "That was okay, I guess" and a "well, that was fun" rating. I don't know if it's just me but there was a lot to process when it comes to this story. For starters, the pacing was a bit more like an "up-down situation", where...

    Warnings (mentioned by author in book): Mental illness (bipolar), blood use in magic, gun violence, war, colonialism, racism, descriptions of dead bodies, mention of reproductive coercion, mentions of torture, mention of suicide Heilig's latest novel brings out a necromancer's story...

    I have discovered that I have a nasty of habit of procrastinating when I don?t have all the books in my TBR in my disposal, because I still didn?t have Shadow of the Fox, my reading time for this one was longer than expected. But after I got Shadow of the Fox, I breezed through thi...