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Walk Through Fire

(The Catalyst #1)

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Radioactive ruins. A radical anti-technology faction known as the Swords of Eden. Sinister scientists performing secret experiments. Shea knows what horrors await in the world outside the sanctuary she built for herself. Her mother is dead; her father is gone; her body is marked with the scars of what the outside world did to her. All she wants now is to be left alone.

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Published September 24th 2017
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Acanthea  Grimscythe | The Ghastly Grimoire
As a reviewer, I’m always wary when it comes to indie books. There are several talented authors in the mix, but then there’s also several bad ones. Zoe Cannon is one of the former. Courtesy of the author, I had the opportunity to read her upcoming novel, Walk Through Fire before publishing. This review is in no way affected by this, and is an accurate and true statement of my opinion.

Dystopian novels are my weakness. I’m a sucker for them and there’s no point in denying that. While some readers
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Michael Long
Sep 24, 2018 rated it liked it
I received this book for free from in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.This is a story about Shea, a girl barely living in a post-apocalyptic world. One day, when she is almost a captured, a girl appears to her and tells her she has a mission from God and sends her to a cult compound which she must destroy. I found the overall story interesting, and the story has a lot of potential to go great places in future books (Shea bein ...more
Dee Martin
Feb 17, 2018 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
I loved the concepts in this book. People needing purpose and people as catalyst for change. This book would definitely be appropriate for high school and upper junior high. There is some violence, but I think it is balanced by hope and hope and purpose and the knowledge that each person can have a huge effect on others are all things that the world needs more of - especially right now. There is some negative - dealing with the false hope that peace and running away (and death) can give but in t ...more
Ashley
Sep 25, 2017 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
A 4.5 star read for me. I think this book has it all. A great character that is flawed but still tries their best to make a better world, interesting premise, good cast of secondary characters, and twists that will keep you guessing. The book has an original idea from the majority of dystopians I have read in the past. I like Cannon's concept a lot. I do think the beginning was a bit hard to get through, but if you stick with it. I'd say after about 20 pages you really get into the mind of this ...more
Karen
This was an interesting and enjoyable book. Shea's struggle for survival in a post apocalyptic world and her role as a catalyst are intriguing.Butt the most interesting character is that of Shea's conduit Avery.The book finishes nicely without a cliffhanger,yet leaves plenty of unanswered questions about the duos future for future books.I look forward to reading more about this world the author created.I received an arc for a voluntary and unbiased review.
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Feb 04, 2018 rated it really liked it
Review to come soon.
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Zoe Cannon may or may not be a supervillain out to conquer the world through writing. When not writing, she can be found perfecting her schemes for world domination, plotting against her archenemies, and staying up too late reading a book. Her secret lair is rumored to be located somewhere in southern New Hampshire.