➷ Firespell (Dark Elite, #1) Free ➭ Author Chloe Neill – Thomashillier.co.uk

Firespell (Dark Elite, #1) When Lily Parker S Guardians Decided To Send Her Away To A Fancy Boarding School In Chicago, Lily Was Shocked So Was St Sophia S.As The New Girl At The Elite St Sophia S Boarding School, Lily Is Surrounded By An Ultra Rich Bratpack She S Pretty Sure Her Spoiled, Petty, Fashion Obsessed Classmates Are The Most Monstrous Things She Ll Have To Face, And Surviving Them And Their Cruel Practical Jokes Is Proving Even Tougher Than The HomeworkBut On Top Of Being The Punchline To Every Joke, Lily S Hearing Strange Noises And Seeing Bizarre Things In The Shadows Of The Creepy Building All Building Have Their Creaks And Groans But Lily Could Swear That She S Being Watched.The Only Thing Keeping Her Sane, So Far, Is Her Roommate Scout But Something Strange Is Going On There Too Scout Keeps Disappearing Late At Night, Reappearing Bruised And Tired, And She Won T Tell Lily Where S She S Been Until, That Is, A Prank Leaves Lily Trapped In The Catacombs Beneath The School Lost In The Dark Lily Hear S Footsteps Heading Towards Her It S Scout And She S Running From A Real Monster.Scout Is Part Of A Group Of Rebel Teens With Unique Magical Talents, Sworn To Protect The City Against Demons, Vampires, And Reapers Magic Users Who Ve Been Corrupted By Their Power Much As Lily Would Love To Help, It S Too Dangerous Without Powers Of Her Own Especially If She D Have To Go Up Against The Firespell Herself


About the Author: Chloe Neill

Chloe Neill is the New York Times bestselling author of the Chicagoland Vampires Novels, the Devil s Isle Novels, and a YA series, the Dark Elite Chloe was born and raised in the South, but now makes her home in the Midwest When she s not writing, she bakes, works, and scours the Internet for good recipes and great graphic design Chloe also maintains her sanity by spending time with her boys h Chloe Neill is the New York Times bestselling author of the Chicagoland Vampires Novels, the Devil s Isle Novels, and a YA series, the Dark Elite Chloe was born and raised in the South, but now makes her home in the Midwest When she s not writing, she bakes, works, and scours the Internet for good recipes and great graphic design Chloe also maintains her sanity by spending time with her boys her husband and their dogs, Baxter and Scout.Connect with Chloe at www.chloeneill.com



10 thoughts on “Firespell (Dark Elite, #1)

  1. says:

    I was on the verge with this one, finger on the trigger, because nothing happened for fully a half of Firespell, but Chloe Neill did it again She s one of the few authors whose settings are as engaging as her characters She s intimately familiar with Chicago, and by the end of the book we know the Loop as well as Lily and her friends She spares the time to introduce us to St Sophia s boarding school with loving attention to class schedules and uniform, so that we re sitting alongside Lily I I was on the verge with this one, finger on the trigger, because nothing happened for fully a half of Firespell, but Chloe Neill did it again She s one of the few authors whose settings are as engaging as her characters She s intimately familiar with Chicago, and by the end of the book we know the Loop as well as Lily and her friends She spares the time to introduce us to St Sophia s boarding school with loving attention to class schedules and uniform, so that we re sitting alongside Lily It s all in the details and Neill peppers them economically throughout the novel infodumps are never a problem with Neill, my word on it.Neill s strengths, as always, are her wit in commentary and especially dialogue Her characters scr...


  2. says:

    This book takes about two seconds to read It s miniature size is indicative of several things 1 The plot is too hurried 2 The love story is underdeveloped 3 We don t learn enough about the characters and 4 We have to wait for a lot of storylines to run their course through the series.In my two seconds FINE, two hours of reading this book, I did come to enjoy Lily and Scout s friendship The aforementioned lacking love relationship was a big bummer for me, though Jason sounds pret This book takes about two seconds to read It s miniature size is indicative of several things 1 The plot is too hurried 2 The love story is underdeveloped 3 We don t learn enough about the characters and 4 We have to wait for a lot of storylines to run their course through the series.In my two seconds FINE, two hours of reading this book, I did come to enjoy Lily and Scout s friendship The aforementioned lacking love relationship was a big bummer for me, though Jason sounds pret...


  3. says:

    2.5 3 stars.It was fun and everything but not that great I would have liked it a lot better, had I read it five or six years ago.


  4. says:

    Lily Parker s parents are on sabbatical teaching philosophy in Germany, and as such, they ve decided to send her to a super elite school for rich girls called St Sophia s, in Chicago There, she is the target of beautiful, rich girl bullies aren t they all , and makes a friend in the quirky, unconventional sounds familiar Scout Scout seems to be hiding some secrets of her own, and Lily soon finds out that she and her family are not what they seem.This is possibly one of the most confusing Lily Parker s parents are on sabbatical teaching philosophy in Germany, and as such, they ve decided to send her to a super elite school for rich girls called St Sophia s, in Chicago There, she is the target of beautiful, rich girl bullies aren t they all , and makes a friend in the quirky, unconventional sounds familiar Scout Scout seems to be hiding some secrets of her own, and Lily soon finds out that she and her family are not what they seem.This is possibly one of the most confusing supernatural stories I ve read I like boarding schools, I like paranormals I should like this boo...


  5. says:

    A couple things saved this from being a 3 1 Scout 2 ok, Lily I kind of feel like Scout is the main character, and Lily the sidekick.3 the Brat Pack bratty as they are, they re not completely horrible.What lean...


  6. says:

    Firespell started too slow for me I thought it spent too much time on Lily getting to school and getting settled Then we have to meet the typical brat pack of mean girls Then we go through what the food is like and, blah, blah, blah That stuff doesn t interest me I m an action girl so get on with it Let me get this out there My main complaint about Firespell is that the action started too late in the book From the synopsis I thought we would be getting to the fighting and supernatural bei Firespell started too slow for me I thought it spent too much time on Lily getting to school and getting settled Then we have to meet the typical brat pack of mean girls Then we go through what the food is like and, blah, blah, blah That stuff doesn t interest me I m an action girl so get on with it Let me get this out there My main complaint about Firespell is that the action started too late in the book From the synopsis I thought we would be getting to the fighting and supernatural beings much sooner We didn t However, when we did it became fun.Lily s friends are part of this elite group with special powers that they use to fight against other young people who want to use kids with powers for bad stuff There s a werewolf thrown in but there isn t much about his were ness in this book And there weren t a bunch of demons and vampires so I was a bit disappointed about that I imagine we ll getof that stuff in the seq...


  7. says:

    Firespell was definitely an addiction It reminded me of Kelley Armstrong s YA series Not that they re a like, just both very addicting Firespell takes a slower pace then most UF books, letting you enjoy the world Neill has created The beginning of the books really helps to establish Lily so the reader can connect with her Getting a feel for her family life, and how even though they re dumping her for their sabbatical in Germany Lily understands and loves them But it doesn t mean she can t Firespell was definitely an addiction It reminded me of Kelley Armstrong s YA series Not that they re a like, just both very addicting Firespell takes a slower pace then most UF books, letting you enjoy the world Neill has created The beginning of the books really helps to establish Lily so the reader can connect with her Getting a feel for her family life, and how even though they re dumping her for their sabbatical in Germany Lily understands and loves them But it doesn t mean she can t feel a little spited and sarcastic about it.Lily ends up being one of the most mature characters I ve read She thinks things through and takes things in very mature strides She can concede a point, even if she feels she s in the right Lily s maturity does not take away from her sarcastic charm, and I greatly appreciated ...


  8. says:

    At least I made it through this Chloe Neill book I gave up halfway through the first book, Some Girls Bite, herfamous series, Chicagoland Vampires This book is definitely for a younger audience, and compared to many books out there that are meant for teenagers, this one actually has the correct content Meaning no swaring, no sex and the idea that best friends areimportant than other worldly things I am actually rating this book higher than it deserves considering all it...


  9. says:

    No this book isn t original, no this book probably isn t the best written thing ever, but what do I know..What I do know is that I enjoyed reading it Lily Scout are my kind of girls Witty, snarky and a lot of fun.


  10. says:

    In Firespell, Chloe Neill expands on her take of underworld, paranormal Chicago see the Chicagoland Vampires series This time, Neill takes a foray into YA with the first book of her Dark Elite series, set in a Chicago boarding school where all is not as it seems.Of course.Lily Parker is ready to start her junior year of high school in Saga, New York, when her parents inform her that they are going on a research sabbatical in Germany for two years and sending her to an elite boarding sc In Firespell, Chloe Neill expands on her take of underworld, paranormal Chicago see the Chicagoland Vampires series This time, Neill takes a foray into YA with the first book of her Dark Elite series, set in a Chicago boarding school where all is not as it seems.Of course.Lily Parker is ready to start her junior year of high school in Saga, New York, when her parents inform her that they are going on a research sabbatical in Germany for two years and sending her to an elite boarding school in Chicago for the remainder of high school Lily is packed off and installed at St Soph...


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