Book - 2010
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When sixteen-year-old Jacinda, who can change into a dragon, is forced to move away from her community of shapeshifters and start a more normal life, she falls in love with a boy who proves to be her most dangerous enemy.
Publisher: New York : HarperTeen, c2010
ISBN: 9780061935084
Branch Call Number: JORDAN
Characteristics: 326 p. ; 22 cm
Alternative Title: Fire light


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Mar 12, 2017

Great read. Keeps you there wanting to read more. I like the spin on dragons as a species

theycallmehoops Jun 29, 2015

Firelight is such a fun dragon YA book. If you love it when your dragon main character ACTUALLY turns into a dragon, you should read this trilogy!

May 31, 2014

This book is really good. It is filled with adventure, romance, and mystery. The book really caught my attention as I got further into the book. I gave it a two thumbs up!

ziqiguo Aug 20, 2013

This book engages the reader with imagination of dragons and the mysterious dragon village. In additon the book filled with romanance between dragon and dragon hunter!!

Jun 24, 2013

Thsi book was not what I expected (in a good way), it exceeded my expectations and I love that about books. Sophie Jordan is a fantastic writer and I can't wait 'til I read book 1.

Dec 02, 2012

Loved it. Romantic with action. Can't wait to read vanish. Psched

Oct 13, 2012

loved loved LOVED this book.where is the second one????

amyloola Oct 03, 2012

Can't wait to read the next one!!!!

TheOutsidersFanatic Sep 15, 2012

Loved it! Slow start, but once Will joined the story, I couldn't put it down!! XD

Jul 16, 2012

The concept was engaging. I could see, however, that this would get annoying if the character doesn't change and grow in the future.

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Mar 03, 2017

navy_wolf_375 thinks this title is suitable for between the ages of 10 and 18

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Mar 18, 2013

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Apr 14, 2012

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TheOutsidersFanatic Sep 15, 2012

"Honey brown hair falls over his brow carelessly, and I remember it darkly wet and slicked back from his face. I remember the two of us alone in a cave, his hand on mine and that spark that passed between us before his face became so stark and angry. Before he vanished.”

Apr 14, 2012

He watches me intently, his eyes hard and merciless. I wait for him to announce my presence, holding his gaze, refusing to look away, determined that this beautiful boy see the face he sentences to death with his next words. "No." I suck in a breath as the smolder dies from my lungs. We stare at each other for a lingering moment. He, a hunter. Me, a draki. Then, he's gone. And I'm all alone.


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Apr 14, 2012

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Marked as special, Jacinda knows her every move is watched. When she breaks the most sacred tenet of her kind, she nearly pays with her life, only to be spared by a beautiful stranger sent to hunt those like her. For Jacinda is a draki - a descendant of dragons whose ability to shift into human form is her best defense. Forced to flee into the mortal world, Jacinda struggles to adapt. The one bright light is Will; Jacinda knows she should avoid him at all costs - Will and his family are hunters - but the passion he stirs within her can't be ignnored, even if it means risking her life...


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