Fireseed One

Fireseed One Brand new ebook edition with discussion questions for book club or classroom stars from Parafantasy Amazing world building and romance extremely clever plot Magick Pen Sweet romance in this ac

  • Title: Fireseed One
  • Author: Catherine Stine
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  • Page: 432
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Fireseed One

    Brand new 2015 ebook edition with discussion questions for book club or classroom 5 stars from Parafantasy Amazing world building and romance, extremely clever plot Magick Pen Sweet romance in this action adventure Electrifying Reviews Emotional thrill ride Indie Ereader Three dimensional, vivid, fresh So full of startling ideas I couldn t stop reading.Brand new 2015 ebook edition with discussion questions for book club or classroom 5 stars from Parafantasy Amazing world building and romance, extremely clever plot Magick Pen Sweet romance in this action adventure Electrifying Reviews Emotional thrill ride Indie Ereader Three dimensional, vivid, fresh So full of startling ideas I couldn t stop reading Recommended for fans of sci fi, thrillers or anyone looking for a story full of big surprises Amy Kathleen Ryan, author of The Sky Chasers series Extraordinary thriller with a fascinating setting and rich, engaging characters Katia Lief, international bestselling author of You Are Next and Soul Catcher Stine s uncanny world building is both horrifying and hilarious reader review What if only your very worst enemy could help you save the world Fireseed One, a futuristic YA thriller, is set on a near future earth with soaring heat, toxic waters, tricked out amphibious vehicles, ice themed dance clubs and fish that grow up on vines Varik Teitur inherits a vast sea farm after the mysterious drowning of his marine biologist father When Marisa Baron, a beautiful and shrewd terrorist, who knows way too much about Varik s father s work, tries to steal seed disks from the world s food bank, Varik is forced to put his dreams of becoming a doctor on hold and venture with her, into a hot zone teeming with treacherous nomads and a Fireseed cult who worships his dead father, in order to search for Fireseed, a seemingly magical hybrid plant that may not even exist Fans of Divergent will likely enjoy this as well as those who like romance with their page turners Indie Reader notable YA finalist in sci fi YA in USA News International Book Awards

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    1. Alex Bennett

      I’m not a fan of science fiction. However, that didn’t stop me from enjoying Fireseed One immensely. Because even though it is sci-fi—heavily so—it was an action-packed, emotional thrill ride that made me forget about the genre, and instead focus on the characters and their journey.Fireseed One is based in a highly imaginative futuristic world where land is a desert wasteland, and people have chosen to build their lives on and around the water to survive. Everything is barren and dry, an [...]

    2. M. Pax

      Ruby’s Fire is a fantastic story and one I keep thinking about. I keep thinking about Ruby and her brother and those incredible plants Catherine invented. Ruby is a character with issues and talents. Her talent for mixing natural substances leads to her problem of habitual usage of a mixture that helps her sleep. Events in her life feed that need for escape, and that’s how the story opens, with the physical need to escape a horrible future. Risking all, Ruby grabs her little brother and head [...]

    3. Lee (Rally the Readers)

      Also posted on Rally the Readers.I really like the idea of futuristic worlds, especially the technology they feature because I’m such a tech geek. What I don’t like as much is when a book with this type of setting gets bogged down by scientific details and draws all of the focus away from the plot and the characters. Fortunately, Fireseed One achieves a good balance between providing enough specifics about the world to draw your interest in and help you get a grasp of its workings without ov [...]

    4. Nicole Hewitt

      This review and many others can be found on my blog - Feed Your Fiction AddictionI bought this book because I needed to review Ruby's Fire for a blog tour and I read that it was a sequel to Fireseed One. Even though I read that Ruby's Fire could be easily read as a standalone book, I really prefer to read books in a series in order and not skip past books. It's just a hangup I have. I'm glad that I did because I really enjoyed Fireseed One and I felt like it definitely enhanced my reading of Rub [...]

    5. Michael Offutt

      I read this book pretty quickly. It's told in first person from the perspective of a guy named Varik. When we first meet him, we discover through his own eyes and thoughts that he's got a lot of chips on his shoulder with regard to the death of his father and eco terrorists. But as the story progresses, and he is confronted by the awful living conditions of those in the rest of the world, he grows to not only understand the important legacy left behind by his genius father, but how he alone can [...]

    6. Stephen Graff

      A THOROUGHLY ENTERTAINING PAGE TURNERCatherine Stine's dystopian novel FIRESEED ONE immediately pulls the reader into a strange, new world. The description of the setting--from the physical architecture of it to the natural land and seascapes--is itself compelling enough that it drives the story. I could see it in the next James Cameron film and, as setting is so important to a good dystopian story, it helps to set up the turning points in this novel. It also helps that Ms. Stine is an accomplis [...]

    7. Beverly McClure

      FIRESEED ONE By Catherine StineIllustrated by Catherine StineSometimes the people we know are not who we think they are, even if they’re our parents. Sometimes our worst enemy turns out to be the person we care about the most. Life changes, and we often find ourselves having to make tough decisions. In Author Catherine Stine’s young adult novel, Fireseed One, eighteen-year-old Varik faces challenges he never dreamed of when he inherits a sea farm after his father’s death. Since his mother [...]

    8. Betty Cross

      Try to imagine a world where global warming has gotten so bad that planet earth is almost uninhabitable below the US-Canadian border, with high temperatures exceeding 135 degrees Fahrenheit during the day. Fortunately, the polar region has mild weather and people live either on houseboats or on now-liveable Arctic islands like Vostok and Svalbard. This is the Sea Dominion. It's also rather nice in Canada, now known as the Land Dominion. But below the Land D is the Hotzone, where daily life is a [...]

    9. Paige Bradish

      Wow I was a little afraid that I wouldn’t end up liking this book but the more that I read the more that I loved it. The book was a little out of my comfort zone being a book about weird plants in the future well that’s not what they book is about but it’s a pretty big part of the story. Now I know what your thinking a book about plants yeah right but it’s so much more then that! Now for the characters we have the main character Varik (They have some cool names in the future) Varik is an [...]

    10. Alison DeLuca

      Fireseed gripped me from the start. Stine introduced the action, the concept, and the characters right away, and I loved all of them. Varik, the son of an agar farmer who has to shoulder responsibilities too large for anyone, let alone an adolescent, is strong and intelligent. More than that - he is REAL. He makes bad decisions and gets crushes, and I thoroughly related to him right away.Marisa, the girl who breaks into the precious seed discs that keep Varik's agar farm going, is also real. Yes [...]

    11. Aliya DalRae

      Received Fireseed One from a giveaway - Thanks!Let me start by saying, I really enjoyed this book. The characters were likable (or not, as required) and easy to care about, and the world created by Cahterine Stine was absolutely remarkable. A futuristic tale of an Earth where the polar caps have melted, leaving the States and areas southward nearly uninhabitalbe, with temps soaring in the mid to upper 100's. Man has adapted, though, learning to grow engineered crops on man-made farming "islands [...]

    12. Ezmirelda

      Fireseed One starts off with the protagonist Varik, a boy who has recently lost his father and has a lot on his plate. The story’s action starts off when Varik discovers a strange girl trying to steal seed disks. He catches her before she can get away, holds her captive, and tries to find out more about her. They go on an adventure to search for a hybrid plan through the hot zone, facing many obstacles along the way. I thought the whole plot of Fireseed One an extremely clever one. The adventu [...]

    13. Billy Buttons

      This book was recently awarded a bronze in the Teen Category of The Wishing Shelf Book Awards. This is what our young readers thought:Cover - All 21 of the readers thought your cover was excellent and very eye-catching. The only slight problem was the kids could not find the blurb hidden in the front of the book.Layout - Excellent; no problems and the readers loved the font. Oh, and the teenagers loved the drawings but they wanted more (typical kids!)STYLE/PLOT - The readers described your book [...]

    14. S.A. Larsen

      A tale of a futuristic world, where land and water battle against the odds and each other in order to survive.Despite being out of my regular scope of interest, I enjoyed this story. There was life and emotion throughout the plot, which melded nicely with the subplots. The writer's word choices were appropriate and flowed from one chapter to the next. I really liked how the information about the world, inhabitants, and conflicts were released to the reader. It made sense and was quite plausible. [...]

    15. Damali

      Futuristic world where the temperature gets close to 200 degrees and people have to wear protective clothing. The only available food is grown on sea farms and rationed to the rest of the world. Varik inherited a sea farm from his genius inventor father. He grows Agar, which can be used for anything from building material to food. When his farm is sabotaged, he's forced to travel to the Hotzone -- once known as the United States -- to search for the fabled Fireseed plant that will hopefully solv [...]

    16. Allison Levine

      I absolutely loved this book. Catherine Stine has a wonderful knack of creating believeable twists and turns all thruogh the book there was even a point where I said out loud "really?" because I thought those poor kids couldn't take anymore. But they did! I loved the interaction between Varik and Marissa it was believable and endearing. The imagery was beautiful and well described and the illustrations just took it to an even better level. Once I started this book I didn't want to put it down, i [...]

    17. Jessica

      I was really worried that I wouldn't be able to get into this book but I was really impressed and actually liked reading this.

    18. Angel

      I didn’t really know what I was getting myself into when I agreed to read Fireseed One. All I knew was that it sounded really interesting, and I’ve wanted to jump-start my fantasy reads for a long time now. So I am very happy to say that I really enjoyed Fireseed One, and was really impressed with the author, Catherine Stine.Fireseed One takes place in a future world. Global warming has taken place, and everything is far from perfect. People are quite literally burning to death from heat lev [...]

    19. Nickie

      'Fireseed One' is set in a future where mankind is finally seeing the horrible results of pollution and global warming. The 'haves' live in Land Dominion or Ocean Dominion, colonies set up far north where temperatures are still reasonable. The 'have nots' live in the barren deserts and wastelands in the southern parts of the world, burned and killed by the harsh sun and high temperatures.Eighteen year old Varik has dreams of going to college when his father, an agar farmer, dies unexpectedly in [...]

    20. Katherine Paschal

      Can I just mention that the updated cover is so pretty and much better than the older cover with the people on it. And not to sound like a cover snob, but I probably would not have picked this book to read if I had seen the original cover. Also, the book blurb I read was concise and interesting, but when I looked the book on I was blown away by the book description. It was long winded and did not really sound like the book that I had just read about, but yes, it was the same book. It is amazing [...]

    21. Carol

      FIRESEED ONE BY CATHRINE STINEI received a free copy of this book from the site netgalley in exchange for my unbiased review .ABOUT: The year is 2089 and the world has turned into two different places ,a cold climate on a sea of ocean dominion and a place called the hotzone where temperatures reach over 160 degrees .Those who live in the ocean dominion have made their living off the sea featuring kelp and agar which is the most sustainable source of food shelter clothing and transportation they [...]

    22. Donna Galanti

      Fireseed One is a captivating thriller set in a futuristic, toxic world teetering on chaos and crisis. Danger, loss, love, and redemption all tie together with rich characters to make for one imaginative blast. Varik, a young man struggling to manage his family’s farm alone after his father’s death, finds himself thrust into a deadly mission to save the world’s future food source. It gets worse for him. He must do it with his father’s arch enemy’s daughter, Marisa, who wants to save th [...]

    23. Katie

      THE RUNDOWNIn prime post-apocalyptic fashion, Catherine Stine’s FireSeed One takes readers on an adventure through a world devastated by global warming. The world as we know it has fallen to ruin. Spiking temperatures have caused much of the United States and other nations near the equator to become uninhabitable. Humans have taken up living in the polar regions on boats or man-made islands. In such a harsh world, our protagonist, eighteen-year-old Varik, has had it relatively easy. His father [...]

    24. Helen Mallon

      Why illustrate fiction? Isn't narrative enough? Since the 19th century heyday of Charles Dickens's ardent collaborations with artists George Cruikshank and Phiz, a trickle of writers has experimented with this hybrid art form. At best, story and image interact, energizing the reading experience. Such is the case with Catherine Stine's YA speculative novel, FireSeed One. Her engagement with environmental issues and the detailed world she creates will appeal to adult readers as well.Stine art dire [...]

    25. Carrie Slager

      [Full disclosure: Catherine Stine mailed me a copy of FireSeed One in exchange for an honest review.]Despite the fact that FireSeed One takes place in a highly creative, well-built possible future, I have mixed feelings about it.For whatever reason, I could not connect with any of the characters. Not a single one piqued my interest and I really didn’t care about what happened to any of them, even the main characters. I’m not sure why this was, but it felt like there wasn’t enough emotion i [...]

    26. Erleen Alvarez

      You can also view this review at Books For YA!Fireseed One took me into a futuristic realm where the world is divided into three parts; The Land Dominion, Ocean Dominion and the Hotzone. In this world, humans who live in the Hotzone was scorched to death, no ordinary plant can survive the intense heat of the sun and the only source of food came from the sea-farms in the Ocean Dominion.Varik, inherited the biggest sea-farms in Ocean Dominion when his famous marine biologist father died and becaus [...]

    27. Austine (NovelKnight)

      When I first received the review request for Fireseed One, I was hesitant about taking it on. It sounded interesting enough and although that logic has led me astray before, I'm glad I took the chance. I always enjoy a good adventure and this book provided just that. Now I'll try not to give away much so you'll have to read it yourself.It took me a little while to get into the story but once I did, I found myself caught up in a futuristic world with characters that made me laugh and cheer them o [...]

    28. Christine Rains

      Varik Teitur has always wanted to study medicine, but when his father dies, he's left to run their sea farm. Food is scarce as the global temperatures rise and the arctic ice has melted. The agar Varik's farms grow feed many. When Marisa Baron breaks into his sea vault, Varik must get back the valuable seeds that were stolen by an activist group. Even as he deals with the infuriating girl, he learns his father had a secret project: a plant called Fireseed that could withstand the cruel sun's ray [...]

    29. Sophia

      This book was very good, and more people should know about it. The illustrations are lovely, the characters are better than a lot of other book and the world building was very impressive. I liked the male protagonist a lot, which is rare because I actually believed that he was a guy, not a female author trying to make a realistic guy.Varik was a good main character. Though I didn't love him or hate him, I wanted him to succeed and I did care about him. Marisa was the heroine and I went from liki [...]

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