I received a free copy of this book from the author, in exchange for an honest review.
This is the story of Avalon Redding, a fire mage in search of a purpose and identity.
The storyline itself spans from ok to good. The reader is provided with plenty of details to be able to participate in the world of Avalon and how she feels and sees the world around her (though I have to admit the main character herself is a bit too selfish and self centered for my liking).
When I first started reading the book, I found the writing style to be a little blunt and unrefined. This did get better through the book, and I sort of got used to it too. What saves the story are the vividly depicted descriptions of Avalon Reddings surroundings.
My major issue with this book is the spelling errors, which occurs quite often. Even I, who is by no means a native english speaker, found this really annoying.