Book 1: Night Creatures Series. In Ixion music and party are our only beliefs. Darkness is our comfort. We have few rules but they are absolute Retra doesn’t . Title: Burn Bright. Author: Marianne de Pierres. Genre: Dystopian YA. Publisher: Random House Australia Publication date: March 1st Burn Bright by Marianne de Pierres. likes. A party island with a sinister secret.
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Burn Bright | Night Creatures Series | Marianne de Pierres
Her background kept her ignorant, and in Ixion, her experience read like a fish out of water, but it is the same upbringing that made her stand out in a positive briht.
I will admit that at first my expectations for brright novel were low – a young adult book about ‘night creatures’ screamed some trashy ‘vegan vampire’ fiction. It is the type of book you read when you should be sleeping, or while you are cooking or during a red light in your car. View all 42 comments. Things may be said like: Retra, a Seal from Grave, decides to run away from home to find her brother Joel who left to go to Ixion. The prospective love traingle is a huge turn off for me.
I am going to say that this is my first Aussie book I have read. Mar 06, Isamlq rated it really liked it. Burn Bright definitely burned bright in my mind and left a lasting impression with me. It was so action packed and thrilling I think I might have missed somethings.
It also basically missed out Retra’s come-down, or show any signs of addiction with the other kids, just in general I wasn’t feeling it.
Burn Bright (Night Creatures, #1) by Marianne de Pierres
But I have to say I am most fascinated by the leading Riper, Lenoir. I am the wrong person to ask: Now on to Burn Bright I got totally lost dee those last couple of pages. This is how I feel about this book. In where the Mad Scientist keeps track 18 31 Jan 14, Retra was a boring protagonist.
Marianne is an active supporter of genre fiction and has mentored many writers.
First I have to thank Nomes for sending this one out on Tour. But there’s a stirring among those placed in power.
Whether it’s the needed mystery, humor, sappy-sap love or angsty jealousy, all the pierrres she met had something to contribute. In where the Mad Scientist keeps track.
Hi Jay, I probably would have wanted to say mmarianne to! The freedom to have fun and party all the time. But instead of Machines lurking outside the walls, there are the Night Creatures. Lastly, there are the outlaws headed by Ruzalia, who execute rescue missions for the marianen on the verge of being faded out of the system.
I didn’t put it down until I finished it: Hi, I really love the Burn Bright series and I recently finished the last book. She had a determination that came out when it was really needed.
Modesty is a sin. I loved the book, so I could go on and on and on about what Pisrres liked, loved, didn’t like and didn’t love so much, so here’s the skinny: I was caught in the middle. There are some vaguely political elements to it like rules v.
Quotes by Marianne de Pierres. There brignt interesting ideas about the pursuit of pleasure and the nature of human beings surviving in a totalitarian society, and it will be exciting to see whether the whiff of rebellion fully forms in the second installment of the trilogy.
Retra has more of an attraction to him. Where desires are acted upon without care and every person burns bright with life. Burn Bright Book 2: It soon becomes apparent that Ixion is not as it seems, that even anarchy has unspoken rules, and that there are creatures in the darkness far worse than any of the wardens back home.
She would possibly even risk death, because she can’t bear the thought of life without him. I bought into the hype and the cover. Time to pick our next BOM!