Set on fictional Jar Island, this first collaboration between Han (We’ll Always Have Summer) and Vivian (The List) follows three teenage girls. : Burn for Burn (The Burn for Burn Trilogy) (): Jenny Han, Siobhan Vivian: Books. : Fire with Fire (The Burn for Burn Trilogy) (): Jenny Han, Siobhan Vivian: Books.

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Revenge is a bitch, and so are they. The ending, as I just mentioned, was insane. I’ve yet to read a book by her that didn’t make me bawl like a streetdog.

Burn for Burn by Jenny Han and Siobhan Vivian – book review

Literally every single scene had me unintentionally thinking of other movies I have watched over and over again and loved in the past ten years of my life: It wasn’t perfect by any means and dude, what’s with the paranormal thing at the end?! There is love, but in this book the first of a planned trilogyfriendships are the most explored relationships.

What we do together lives and dies with us. Interesting revenge story with three intriguing narrators – perhaps it works better as a series starter than in its own right, but still worth checking out. Burn for Burn 1. It didn’t put me off, but it certainly took me by surprise. Everything is just complicated. Sep 22, Sophia rated it it was amazing. May 27, Maddie rated it really liked it. Jul 08, Elena rated it it was amazing Shelves: Things add up and then they don’t.

Fire with Fire

She is a ghost. Thank goodness that my speculation is wrong and that the authors have a different take to the story. Postcard-perfect Jar Bh is home to charming tourist shops, pristine beaches, amazing oceanfront homes—and three girls secretly plotting revenge.


It’s told from the POVs of three different girls, Lillia, Kat, and Mary, who meet by chance in a bathroom during the lowest points of their lives. That was really refreshing hna entertaining.

So much stereotype, so much cliche. And boy that cliffhanger–it’s killing me already! Burn For Burn No Spoilers. Some of the things they had planned were vile, but then I felt some fell short. An entertaining read with plenty of layers in each of the three girls, we watch them play with fire as they throw their revenge at the people that have once hurt them. She didn’t believe in the ghost, at first.

Apr 23, Emily Obsessed Reader rated it it was amazing. Kat wants revenge on her former best friend, the one who’s been making her life hell for years. And then of course, there’s Mary, who knows that there’s something wrong with her and that she had something to do with what happened at the dance, but is trying her best to deny it and hides it from the other girls.

She wanted to exorcise her I believe. I don’t know, I really don’t remember much. Reeve admits to Lillia he likes her. No question about it. Kat, Lillia and Mary’s plans on getting revenge should be petty stuff only, however, things getting haywire when people started getting hurt and being killed. Because what are friends for? While I liked itthe main character felt a little young.

I actually felt sympathy for the first victim as I didn’t find he was all that deserving, and the acts themselves were a bit too personal for my taste.


Burn for Burn

Words cannot convey how much I enjoyed this book. This book was terrifically fun. It’s a bit cliche but it’s also really fun! This book deals with issues like date rape, underaged sex, bullying in the true sense of the wordand suicide. So ho I’m not really going to write a review.

It’s cliched but it keeps you interested. Lillia is beautiful and popular, but this summer a boy went way too far, and she’ll do whatever it takes to protect her little sister Nadia and not let the same thing happen to her. What I wasn’t expecting from this novel was the hint of something paranormal. I do hope it gets addressed more in the sequel, though, cause I really bj confused.

This explains why reeve told her to go fuck herself. Even when I noticed glaring plot holes in her line of logic, I forgave her because view spoiler [she honestly thought Alex had raped her sister while she was comatose. Other books in the series. Nov 13, Emily Obsessed Byrn rated it really liked it. To view it, click here. For more of my reviews, please visit: I’ve read PLL too which you can probably tell and it’s most of the same stuff.

This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. Aug 06, karen rated it really liked it Shelves: