Review Request: Burning (Dark Powers Rising #1) by Rebecca Fernfield

/ Apr 30, 2017

Hello FFBC Team! We are announcing a new book in the FFBC Tours available for review: Burning written by Rebecca Fernfield. It's a great Young Adult Contemporary and Dystopian story.

Remember that if you sign-up to review Burning, you will have four weeks to read and review the book. You'll have to submit your review links (This form will be attached in the email). 

This is all the materials you will receive if you sign-up to review Burning:
  • E-galley of Burning.
  • Book & author Materials: all the book information along with the author's information.
If you are interested in reviewing this book, click on the sign-up button below:

Burning (Dark Powers Rising #1)
by Rebecca Fernfield
Publisher: Redbegga
Release Date: March 15th 2017
Genre: Young Adult, Contemporary, Dystopian, Sci Fi
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In a broken world will their love survive? 
Will they? 

2081 and England is broken. 

Civil society has collapsed and in the place of government, wannabe warlords and criminal gangs are taking control. 

Among the few survivors, Edie and Robin live within a tiny community at the edges of a dying town, struggling to survive, desperate to stay hidden from prying eyes. 

Edie’s determination to provide for her family takes her deep inside the forbidden parts of town where disease still lingers and the Snatchers sit in wait. 

What she discovers there is a threat far worse. One that will rob her of freedom and the man she loves. 

If you like to lose yourself in dangerous new worlds with thrilling suspense and heart-rending emotion then you’ll love Burning, the first book in Rebecca Fernfield’s new dystopian series Dark Powers Rising. 

Buy Burning and join Edie and Robin in their terrifying struggle to survive!

British author, Rebecca Fernfield, is a lapsed medievalist who spends her days plotting the overthrow of evil regimes and devising intricate plans to rescue their victims. 

She lives among the flatlands of the Humber estuary where Vikings and Saxons once fought and where, sometimes, on foggy mornings, you can still hear the echoes of clashing swords. 

She is the author of the series Dark Powers Rising which explores the experience of young men and women at the hands of extremist criminal gangs, intent on carving out power in a post-apocalyptic world.

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