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On A Cold Sunday Evening In Early , Sarah Dewhurst Waited With Her Father In The Parking Lot Of The Chevron Gas Station For The Dragon He D Hired To Help On The Farm Sarah Dewhurst And Her Father, Outcasts In Their Little Town Of Frome, Washington, Are Forced To Hire A Dragon To Work Their Farm, Something Only The Poorest Of The Poor Ever Have To Resort ToThe Dragon, Kazimir, Has To Him Than Meets The Eye, Though Sarah Can T Help But Be Curious About Him, An Animal Who Supposedly Doesn T Have A Soul, But Who Is Seemingly Intent On Keeping Her SafeBecause The Dragon Knows Something She Doesn T He Has Arrived At The Farm With A Prophecy On His Mind A Prophecy That Involves A Deadly Assassin, A Cult Of Dragon Worshippers, Two FBI Agents In Hot Pursuit And Somehow, Sarah Dewhurst Herself Burn

About the Author: Patrick Ness

Patrick Ness, an award winning novelist, has written for England s Radio 4 and Sunday Telegraph and is a literary critic for The Guardian He has written many books, including the Chaos Walking Trilogy, The Crash of Hennington, Topics About Which I Know Nothing, and A Monster Calls He has won numerous awards, including the Guardian Children s Fiction Prize, the Booktrust Teenage Prize, and the Costa Children s Book Award Born in Virginia, he currently lives in London.

10 thoughts on “Burn

  1. says:

    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

  2. says:

    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 me of Release in that two separate stories are being told in one book And of course, it s gay, even though the blurb might not make it seems that way My problem, I think, was that there was a disc

  3. says:

    so dragons are the new wave

  4. says:

    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 This one is set in the 1950s and it s strange, so so strange But honestly enthralling The mid point left me utterly breathless It s one of those books you cannot predict and I actually enjoy being left

  5. says:

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

  6. says:

    here s where i would make a joke about his name being Ness and writing a book about dragonsbut i got nothingso here s a gif Goodreads Blog Pinterest LinkedIn YouTube Instagram here s where i would make a joke about his name being Ness and writing a book about dragonsbut i got nothingso here s a gif Goodreads Blog Pinterest LinkedIn YouTube Instagram

  7. says:

    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 writing and world of this book, I expected the inclusion of dragons in a somewhat recent historical setting to be quite jarring but I liked how they were woven into the world and learning about the background and pol

  8. says:

    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 controlled by several gnomes, or experimenting with different hallucinogenics Burn is yet again, another unique book, about Dragons In 50s America It s very much the 50s we know, including the racism, but it has drag

  9. says:

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

  10. says:

    What a unique, different kind of book But I expect nothing less from Patrick Ness.I was intrigued when this was first announced, because Patrick Ness dragons And then throw in a prophecy about the end of the world, an assassin, and two FBI agents as well Strange, right But strange in the best way possible.I like how Patrick Ness is able to create such diverse casts of characters, and it s no different here For the

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