Review (#ARCAugust): Champions: At Fire’s End by Charlotte Jain

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Title: Champions: At Fire’s End (Champions #1)
Author: Charlotte Jain
Date: November 28th 2015
Pages: 350
Publisher: /

Champion’s: At Fire’s End by Charlotte Jain is a Young Adult urban fantasy book. The Immortals have decided that their war will be fought by four Champions, and each one of them has a Flame that grants them powers.

The story is really interesting and it’s told by the point-of-view of two of the Champions: Kyle and Alice. They all live in Caria, a Greek city that was destroyed and they are best friends. However, Alice couldn’t control her own powers ad was sent away to learn to wield them, leaving Kyle alone. When she returns, many things have changed and she has her own secrets.

In a year can happen many things. Alice is different from who she was before. Kyle is still the same, he’s caring and friendly with everyone, while Alice is a lone person, hotheaded, and wants to protect Caria and everyone from the war among the Immortals.

Plus, every Champion has been hurt before and I liked the dynamics among them.

I liked this dual-POV story. The book was full of twists, though I had predicted a few of them, and it has a good writing style. The only problem I had were the names. If most of the characters are Greeks, why do almost all the characters have English names?

I give this book 4 out of 5 stars.

⭐⭐⭐⭐

I recommend it to Percy Jackson’s fans and Greek mythology lovers.

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About the author

Charlotte Jain is a Young Adult author from Melbourne. Champions: At Fire’s End is her debut novel.

DISCLAIMER: THE E-BOOK WAS PROVIDED BY THE AUTHOR. HOWEVER, IT HAS NOT INFLUENCED IN ANY WAY THE REVIEW. 

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