Burn

Burn Review

In 1956 Sarah Dewhurst's father shocks her by hiring a dragon to work the farm. The dragon is a smaller blue rather than the traditional larger reds, though even the reds are now scarce. When the blue dragon, Kazimir, unexpectedly saves Sarah and her friend Jason Inagawa from the attentions of the racist police deputy, Kelby, everything changes. Sarah is part of a prophecy and she must escape the clutches of Malcolm, an assassin from a Believer Cell, the dragon-worshiping cult. When Sarah, Malcolm, and Kazimir eventually converge, they are thrown into another universe, where dragons seem never to have existed. Can they save this world and the one they left?

Title:Burn
Edition Language:English

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  • chai ?

    it is my professional opinion that society is collapsing because we stopped writing books and making movies about dragons and I'm glad Patrick Ness is taking the necessary steps to remedy that...

  • Kai

    I honestly don't know what to do with this book. Finished it yesterday and just couldn't make my mind up about it. It's definitely a Patrick Ness novel in all its originality and weirdness. It reminds...

  • Nick

    so dragons are the new wave?...

  • C.G. Drews

    I finished this one a few days ago and had to just sit on it a while and collect all my feelings. I truly believe Ness books are always this exquisite mix of the unique, bizarre and heartfelt aching. ...

  • The Burning Rose (Jess)

    Patrick Ness + dragons = a wish came true even though I did not ask for it. 😍...

  • Tucker  (TuckerTheReader)

    here's where i would make a joke about his name being "Ness" and writing a book about dragons...but i got nothingso here's a gif:| Goodreads | Blog | Pinterest | LinkedIn | YouTube | Instagram...

  • Becca & The Books

    Content Warning in Spoilers - (view spoiler)[Historically relevant Homophobia & Racism (hide spoiler)]Patrick Ness weaves dragons into 1950s rural America in his newest YA release.I really enjoyed the...

  • Dannii Elle

    Dragons are for sale, but only to those poverty-stricken enough to have no other option than to accept their cheap rates for services and deal with their abhorred race. Sarah and her father own a farm...

  • Vee_Bookish // yes i will be reading midnight sun

    I'm also a book blogger: Vee_Bookish(ARC provided by NetGalley, my opinions are unbiased)You never quite know what to expect from Patrick Ness book, leaving me to believe that he is either a robot con...

  • Bookish Penguin

    It's Patrick Ness. It has dragons in it. So of course I have to read it....