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  1. Heidi Heilig Heidi Heilig says:

    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 well, to keep anyone from being spoiled.So Here goes Sometimes, the inside of my head seems like the pile of returned books on a library cart A well worn high fantasy beside an account of the lives of party girls i 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 well, to keep anyone from being spoiled.So Here goes Sometimes, the inside of my head seems like the pile of returned books on a library cart A well worn high fantasy beside an account of the lives of party girls in Bohemian New Yorka Shakespeare play sandwiched between a history of French colonialism and a book about shadow puppetry These flying leaps from topic to topic are one of my favorite things about my own bipolar disorder, and they inform my world building in unexpected ways.When I set out to write FOR A MUSE OF FIRE, I wanted to write about a main character who shares my mental illness, and seeks a real life treatment for it view spoiler Lithium, which occurs naturally in springs around the world, is a historical treatment but is still widely prescribed for bipolar I took it myself for a while hide spoiler But I also wanted to create a magical second world out of my obsessions, which are in turn informed by my own malheur I spent a long time in theatre in my youth, where my manic highs let me shine in the limelight I was obsessed with death and spirits for a while, those thoughts meshing with my maudlin lows There is a hedonism to mania as well, which is so often reviled in young women unfortunately, I was no exception , so the cast of Le Perl gives me especial joy.And of course, my heritage and upbringing creeps in I am half Chinese, but raised in a rainy valley in Hawaii down the road from a taro farm where a water buffalo grazed I must admit, as a biracial person, I have sometimes felt like a man without a country, as it were In this book, I leaned into the freedom that feeling can bring inspiration for food, styles of puppetry, and language are taken from a broad cross section of places and times.The technology, too, is a bit out of history Though the headers on the letters from the Aquitans note that the year is 1874, the year is not quite analogous to our own 19th century history view spoiler The repeating rifle came a bit earlier, copper jacketed bullets came a bit later Electric street lights existed in our own 1874, but were not widespread for years And of course, the evolution of flight came later, as did vaudeville and burlesque hide spoiler Lastly, please note that while Aquitan and Chakrana are inspired in part by France and South East Asia, so many cultural, linguistic, political, historical, and religious liberties were taken that the story is truly a fantasy, and not an allegory or a close second world version This might be most noticeable in the inexact but French like nature of the Aquitan words CONTENT NOTES view spoiler 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 hide spoiler


  2. Elise (TheBookishActress) Elise (TheBookishActress) says:

    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 be one of those fantasy books that is heavier on the world and plot than on character, and I honestly don t find either worldbuilding or plot particularly interesting fantasy names for real life things are cool and i 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 be one of those fantasy books that is heavier on the world and plot than on character, and I honestly don t find either worldbuilding or plot particularly interesting fantasy names for real life things are cool and i absolutely understand why they exist and i also can t keep them straight at all i really do struggle with names.the arc doesn t have all the maps and stuff which makes sense maybe i just need a final copy to appreciate that part of the story okay here comes an actual issue the plot is super super generic like i m 200 pages in and i can outline this book for you generally, however, i can go with a generic plot if i enjoy the characters and themes uhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh maybe i m just missing them points for a biracial and bipolar and according to Heilig s twitter, queer heroine buuuuuuuut i think i m really struggling to get hold of Jetta as a character she just doesn t have a very strong voice to me Leo has literally no characterization he feels incredibly forced he did NOT need to be here i can t visualize anything for shit the writing is fine but it s not helping me picture what the fuck is happening I want to finish this primarily because it s postcolonial literature postcolonial literature is the only bitch in this house that i respect I also generally want to feel like I have somethingto say about books I DNF, especially as I am currently higher on this book s page from my prereview than I feel is fair to the book if you re wondering why this will not be on my blog or be boosted in any way shape or form, that s why i m really forgetting details of this story only a month after i last picked it up and I think that s probably just a good note to end on i m not really keeping the plot straight in my head because i m just,,, not that invested yetBlog Goodreads Twitter Instagram Youtube


  3. Cesar Cesar says:

    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 attention Even the necromancy is lacking substance.Hopefully I can read the story all the way, but for now, I m setting it down.


  4. Acqua Acqua says:

    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 trying to get to a magic spring whose waters should be able to help her because of the lithium which naturally occurs there.It means a lot to me when I find SFF in which the main character is mentally ill For two reaso 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 trying to get to a magic spring whose waters should be able to help her because of the lithium which naturally occurs there.It means a lot to me when I find SFF in which the main character is mentally ill For two reasons mental illness representation is only common in contemporary novels, but as I do not live in the US, they do not reflect my experience of living in a country in which there s very little or even less awareness on these topics The other reasons is that I like seeing mentally ill people being heroes in all genres.I loved the representation of Jetta s bipolar disorder It s subtler than I thought it was going to be Jetta s lows are basically shown as a time jumps in the story I think variety in representation of mental illness books that do not show depressive episodes to avoid being too triggering and books that explicitly engage with the topics of depression or suicide is really important, especially when it s ownvoices like this book Subtle , of course, doesn t mean the representation wasn t there Jetta s malheur is relevant to the plot and to her characterization.I really liked following Jetta and her family through Chakrana as they try to figure out how to live in a place where the tension between colonizers and the rebellion is rising I especially liked reading about shadow plays and the way this aspect was tied to the magic system.The magic system itself was really interesting and imaginative in For a Muse of Fire, you ll find necromancy in a way you ve never seen it before.Another thing that made this book stand out was the mixed media format some of the chapters are told like plays, there s sheet music, there are maps, letters and telegrams.Until now, I talked about what made For a Muse of Fire stand out However, it didn t stand out as much as I hoped it would While the themes are very different from the average YA fantasy, I found the plot very formulaic There are people in power, there s a rebellion, at the beginning of the novel the main character thinks the people in power are not that bad, but then she changes her minds and falls in love with a boy in the process.Formulaic diverse stories are important and the diversity here wasn t just a dressing to make the story feel new without any actual depth to it, it isn t tokenism but sometimes I wonder whether I ve read too much YA fantasy I predicted every single twist from the beginning.It didn t help that the romance was very bland There wasn t anything wrong with Leo, the love interest, he was just so forgettable that I had to look up his name, and I finished this yesterday He doesn t stand out from a sea of very similar YA fantasy love interests.The dancers at Le Perl especially Cheeky, I want to knowabout her were farinteresting characters This is also the only YA novel I know that has positive sex worker representation.This book definitely could have been better in terms of predictability, but I didn t think it was just average it s one of the books that executed this kind of plot better For a Muse of Fire is set in a colonized country, and the author shows the ways colonization affects a culture through the details clothing, language, religion, even buildings without any infodumps I m often disappointed by the worldbuilding in YA fantasy books, but I wasn t here.The writing was solid, but I can t say it stood out I love atmospheric books, and I would have loved if this had been one of them I wanted to feel as if I was there with Jetta, but I couldn t always visualize how things looked.I always say that books longer than 500 pages are longer than they need to be and usually have pacing problems Here, this was true only for the ending, in which I felt like too much and not enough was happening at the same time Anyway, the pacing was very good for most of it I finished this 512 page book in less than three days.Onething some parts of this book hint Jetta is also into girls, and I definitely read her as bi pan I didn t know whether to recommend For a Muse of Fire as a queer book, but the author mentioned Jetta is queer in a tweet, so it s canon


  5. Lauren ✨ (TheBookishTwins) Lauren ✨ (TheBookishTwins) says:

    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 it to bind souls to her puppets so they can move without strings With her skills and their fame, Jetta and her family are trying to make their way from Aquitan and Chakrana the former inspired by South East Asia, and 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 it to bind souls to her puppets so they can move without strings With her skills and their fame, Jetta and her family are trying to make their way from Aquitan and Chakrana the former inspired by South East Asia, and the latter by France, their interaction and history based on French colonialism , fleeing the rising rebellion, but also where rumor has it the Mad King has a spring to cure his ills, because the spirits of the dead are not the only thing that plagues Jetta But as the rebellion lands on her front step, Jetta finds herself facing truths and decisions she never imagined I am a massive fan of Heidi Heilig s duology THE GIRL FROM EVERYWHERE, and so I was ecstatic to get my hands on an e ARC of FOR A MUSE OF FIRE It did not disappoint not in the slightest It s an Asian inspired fantasy with a vibrant and dynamic cast of characters, fantastic world building, a unique magic system NECROMANCY , and such lush writing The characters both the main and the secondary were complex and well developed and the group dynamics and interactions were exceptional I adored Jetta, how intelligent, caring, and kind she was Jetta s malheur is also very much inspired by the author s ownvoices experience with bipolar I adored Leo I adored the feeling of found family, and I also adored the slow burn romance between Jetta and Leo Another thing that makes this book so unique, aside from the exceptional world building and unique magic system, was that whilst most of it was written in the first person narrative from Jetta s POV, there were letters and transcripts and folklore stories and it enhanced the reading experience and made it feel so immersive Even though FOR A MUSE OF FIRE is a fantasy, it is very much based on history, with themes of colonialism I do think that fans of both fantasy and historical fantasy fiction will find a lot to love here FOR A MUSE OF FIRE is a book that I will be recommending to fantasy fans for a long time to come


  6. Dani ❤️ Perspective of a Writer Dani ❤️ Perspective of a Writer says:

    Check outreviews Perspective of a WriterIn 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 army, a terrifying tyrant, and a feared rebel leader Told from Jetta s first person point of view, as well as chapters written as play scripts and ephemera such as telegrams and letters, we are taken on a journey that weaves Check outreviews Perspective of a WriterIn 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 army, a terrifying tyrant, and a feared rebel leader Told from Jetta s first person point of view, as well as chapters written as play scripts and ephemera such as telegrams and letters, we are taken on a journey that weaves magic, simmering romance, and the deep bonds of family with the high stakes of epic adventure.The short reviewLet me preface this entire review by saying I enjoyed For a Muse of Fire That is important to note because I also had a bunch of stuff bug me It didn t ruin the read but was quite a disconnect for me at times I feel like the best way to distill my jumbled thoughts that I ve spent two days trying to pull together is through a lovely list So please decide for yourself if this is a book for you What I enjoyed The Added POVs.We got other POVs through the plays, telegrams and letters in between chapters That was neat even if I didn t really understand where these fragments came from Who was writing the plays Why was someone collecting this information I really enjoy gettingthan just the main female s POV I really liked Jetta Such was NOT the case with The Girl from Everywhere so I was really happy about that I felt for her that she lost her brother and that her and her parents last hope was this ship I wanted to fully understand what was so forbidden about her art and to experience the trials of colonialism And for the most part I got that all through Jetta The shadow puppetry, necromancy and blood magic Yes, these all three are sort of the same thing and a little different Suffice to say THESE are the REASON TO READ THE BOOK I found it a rather incredible use of necromancy and I loved that it was used in such a benign way as a livelihood The spirits and the puppetry truly felt from South Asia too The oppression of an invading country.Heilig has always been really great at creating intriguing worlds even if they don t always make sense and this one does have both that creativity and that problem But it DOES feel like a country that is being overtaken by another country s army Their people are told their old ways are no good and are being killed when they don t accept being oppressed.What I didn t The bi polar rep I actually forgot that it was in the book Jetta kept calling it malheur and I kept wondering what the heck she was talking about because she didn t seem to be anything but normal Then when they introduced the treatment I remembered But looking back at Jetta s actions I never saw a manic high or a maudlin low I know quite a few people who are all bi polar to varying degrees and yeah not a whiff of it here Really I LOVE MENTAL HEALTH I would give props to even hints of it But frankly Wintersong is a better representation of bi polar disorder I applaud the publisher for mentioning it in the blurb so readers would be alerted but that effort was really wasted This won t feel very Asian Now I know it IS based on legitimate South Asia cultures I ve read a couple books about Cambodia and it lightly felt like hints of that country if I stretched it shadow puppetry, the jungle setting, the temple Here s the thing though it felt MORE French Like even Jetta felt French Her parents felt even MORE French It was so freaking odd Even the half blood felt FRENCH And yet all the Aquitans the invading colonists were described as blondes a sea of blondes was mentioned often and there are French blondes, but honestly they are mostly dark haired so I became so freaking confused It honestly felt like a FRENCH world being oppressed by Vikings or late Englishmen and NOT Asian at all The two racial names of the people Aquitans and Chakrans were used so often to keep the two people separate that it became one of the few markers of the world It was hard to visualize what each meant So all I had to go on was the day to day life I experienced and that felt FRENCH Unfortunately I READ For a Muse of Fire BECAUSE of the bi polar mental health and the Asian culture So to be disappointed in these two things is pretty disheartening The thing is though that I enjoyed the story without the bi polar bit it added zero even if I believed it and without the cover and the blurb I wouldn t have thought this was so much Asian and so wouldn t have been disappointed that it lacked that element The shadow puppetry, necromancy and blood magic ROCKED it Seriously I rated this such as I did because it elevated the story that muchCover Title grade FBetween the cover with a huge Asian dragon and the blurb that boldly states a vivid, rich world inspired by Asian cultures I was expecting a vivid and rich Asian world and that is decidedly NOT what I got The expectations were all off To me I would have played up the shadow puppetry and the blood magic instead because that is what really slays in this book As a result the cover gets the lowest rating possible for deceiving me and I don t much like the title either Is Jetta the muse What does fire have to do with it Things did burn but why is that made to sound like a positive thing due to the title Personally as a graphic designer I would have made a vector drawing of the dragon puppet to put on the cover that would have been so awesome I would have bought the book for that coverAs a WriterI applaud utilizing your ownvoices in the writing of your book as a writer myself Even though I don t LOOK Asian I still apply my love for my culture to my own writing I m sure the author s feelings as a bi polar and Asian POC are totally accurate and real I just didn t feel it come across the page shrug It s pretty bad when I can t even remember what the hell malheur was or why it was such a concern And as a reader it makes me uncomfortable when I start rationalizing for the author why I m not getting the world building I was told was going to be front and center That s a risk we authors take putting ourselves out there at the poster child for our storyI really enjoyed the necromancy and blood magic in For a Muse of Fire and feel you ll enjoy it if you read for that Please though don t rely on this to get a sense of the bi polar mental health condition And don t be disappointed that the Asian culture is quite light the cover misrepresents the story and that s just a sad, sad thing Authenticity Writing Style Plot Pacing World Building Thanks to Edelweiss and the publisher for providing me with a copy in exchange for an honest review It has not influenced my opinions.______________________You can find this review and many others on my book blog Perspective of a Writer See my special perspective at the bottom of my reviews under the typewriter


  7. Namera [The Literary Invertebrate] Namera [The Literary Invertebrate] says:

    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 with puppets They re famous for how easily their puppets manoeuvre But what the audience doesn t know is that the puppets are essentially alive they re animated by souls, because Jetta can do awful necromantic things like that, even 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 with puppets They re famous for how easily their puppets manoeuvre But what the audience doesn t know is that the puppets are essentially alive they re animated by souls, because Jetta can do awful necromantic things like that, even if she knows she must never tell anyone or she ll be imprisoned After the reign of terror of Le Tr pas, a necromancer who set himself up to rule over Chakra, such things are regarded with the highest suspicion.Jetta has a malheur a madness quite separate from her necromancy It is said that the Mad King of Aquitan has one too, and to bath at the Aquitan springs of Les Chanceux is the only way to cure it So now Jetta and her family are planning to perform before the King s half brother, General Legarde, who s currently in Chakra, in the hopes that he ll bring them over the sea with him when he returns home Right now he s busy concluding a marriage between his daughter Theodora and Raik Alaika, the Boy King of Chakra or rather, the Playboy King who s been littlethan an Aquitan figurehead since they deposed his parents.But enter the Tiger A ruthless Chakran rebel determined to expel the Aquitans, his machinations put a brutal end to Jetta s plans Instead, she s forced to fall in with Leo, a half Chakran half Aquitan pub proprietor, if she wants to have any hope of reaching Les Chanceux It s going to be hard Leo is deeply untruthworthy, the Tiger and his men menace her at every step, the Aquitans are not in a mood to look favourably on any Chakrans right now, and all the while her madness and her death gift are sending Jetta s stress level spiralling ever higher To make matters worse, the old and feared name of Le Tr pas is beginning to feature ratherin her life than it really should be CHARACTERS Literally every single character was brilliantly drawn Every Single One Even the vast majority of the minor roles Every single character was interesting, with a deep story I m actually shook at how well Heilig made sure that nobody was a throwaway, even if you saw them for only a page or two before they faded out of Jetta s story.Jetta of course is in the starring role She s sharp edged, smart but desperate, ambitious, loyal only to those who deserve it I LOVED HER, if you couldn t tell My only complaint would be that although there were frequent references to her madness, none of her actions struck me as particularly insane In fact, she seemed remarkably clear headed under her circumstances.Leo remained for the most part an enigma, but we got enough flashes of his personality to know what motivates him The death of his mother, his relationship with his father, his loyalty for his girls everything combined to make him just relatable enough to root for, while unpredictable enough to be interesting.Everyone else had their own stories too, from Jetta s parents to Theodora WRITING The fusion of cultures in this one was awesome Aquitan is obviously France, while Chakra is East Asia although there are several references towards skin colour, I felt like it wasn t a massive element, despite the book being about colonialism The whole white people taking over brown people s land was a major plot point Jetta herself doesn t really devote a lot of time to thinking about it, but most other characters do and it s interesting to see their various cross purposes.The format of the book is a littleunique than your average YA too The chapters are all narrated regularly from Jetta s POV, but in between are inserts from other characters in the form of play scenes Not surprising, considering the title is a line from Shakespeare Henry V and Jetta herself is an actress of sorts.Basically, I m dying for the next book, and you should totally read this, if only because you re looking for a YA world a littleinteresting than the usual Russian fare Blog Bookstagram


  8. Cori Reed Cori Reed says:

    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% unfamiliar with the language That said, if you re a non French speaking Canadian like me , the basic education we learned from the back of cereal boxes makes all the French thrown in really fun.


  9. Ricky Ricky says:

    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, she starts a new trilogy in For a Muse of Fire, another stellar fantasy in Heilig s signature style It s dark and deadly, very lavish, highly critical of colonialism, and decidedly unconventional in its structure 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, she starts a new trilogy in For a Muse of Fire, another stellar fantasy in Heilig s signature style It s dark and deadly, very lavish, highly critical of colonialism, and decidedly unconventional in its structure Between almost every chapter is at least one piece of ephemera a bit of dialogue between two side characters, presented in the form of a stage play telegrams between officials in the Aquitaine arm e the colonial power of Aquitan being largely French inspired, though with some subtle cultural differences similarly, the Chakran people and civilization aren t inspired by any one Asian country I sense aspects of Indian, Vietnamese, and Cambodian cultures, unless I miss my guess in universe folklore relevant to the story at hand my personal favorite being the tale of the King of Death very definitely a high point that sort of thing.Another major reason to read this book is because it s ownvoices for Heilig as a bipolar writer One of the driving forces behind heroine Jetta s journey to Aquitan is the possibility of finding a cure for her own illness in the same spring where the Mad King is said to help himself as well But as with all the best ownvoices leads, Jetta is nowhere near 100% defined by her bipolar disorder Her strong family ties help define her as well, as do her magic dangerous though it may be, using blood magic necromancy and her art coming from a family of shadow puppeteers as she does Though I m not reading this book ownvoices, as an ownvoices writer myself for autism I very much appreciate how engaging a protagonist Heilig gives us in Jetta Heilig also helps set a new standard in the business, ensuring the inclusion of all relevant content warnings on the copyright page something I m still seeing in oddly few published books.Perhaps the only issue I had with reading this book as an ARC is that some of the extra artwork details notably, maps and sheet music are still TK For sure, I ll be taking a look at the final product as soon as it comes out to see how glorious these details are and, knowing the lovely map work Heilig s books have gifted us with before, that s just another way my standards remain high.And one last question did Heilig name Leo Rath after the actor Jesse Rath Just curious


  10. Adah Udechukwu Adah Udechukwu says:

    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.


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For a Muse of Fire ✺ [BOOKS] ✮ For a Muse of Fire By Heidi Heilig ❄ – Thomashillier.co.uk 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 firs A young woman with Muse of PDF È 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 HeiligJetta s family is famed as the most talented For a Epub / troupe of shadow players in the land With Jetta behind the scrim, their puppets seem to move without string or stick a trade secret, they say In truth, Jetta can see the souls of the recently departed and bind them to the puppets with her blood But the old ways are forbidden a Muse of eBook ✓ ever since the colonial army conquered their country, so Jetta must never show never tell Her skill and fame are her family s way to earn a spot aboard the royal ship to Aquitan, where shadow plays are the latest rage, and where rumor has it the Mad King has a spring that cures his ills Because seeing spirits is not the only thing that plagues Jetta But as rebellion seethes and as Jetta meets a young smuggler, she will face truths and decisions that she never imagined and safety will never seem so far awayHeidi Heilig creates a world inspired by Asian cultures and French colonialism.

    For a Muse of Fire Epub Ù a Muse of eBook ✓ that cures his ills Because seeing spirits is not the only thing that plagues Jetta But as rebellion seethes and as Jetta meets a young smuggler, she will face truths and decisions that she never imagined and safety will never seem so far awayHeidi Heilig creates a world inspired by Asian cultures and French colonialism."/>
  • ebook
  • 512 pages
  • For a Muse of Fire
  • Heidi Heilig
  • English
  • 24 October 2018
  • 0062380834

About the Author: Heidi Heilig

Heidi grew up in Muse of PDF È Hawaii where she rode horses and raised peacocks, and then she moved to New York City and grew up even , as one tends to do Her favorite thing, outside of writing, is travel, and she has haggled for rugs in Morocco, hiked the trails of the For a Epub / Ko olau Valley, and huddled in a tent in Africa while lions roared in the dark She holds an MFA from New York University in Musical Theatre Writing, of all things, and she s written books and lyrics for shows including The Time Travelers Convention, Under Construction, and The Hole She lives a Muse of eBook ✓ in Brooklyn with her husband and their pet snake, whose wings will likely grow in any day now.