Episode 62: Fireborne by Rosaria Munda
Greetings, coven! In this episode we’re discussing Fireborne by Rosaria Munda, Book 1 of the Aurelian Cycle. Kelly calls this book Game of Thrones meets How to Train Your Dragon (there are some GOT spoilers ahead, but it’s an old show at this point so….) Please excuse our faulty memories on this one — there’s a lot going on in the world and we read the book a few weeks ago. And with that rousing captatio benavolentae, on to the show notes!
- Thank you to the person on social media who suggested that we read Fireborne. We don’t remember you’re name, so if this was you, get in touch 🙂 And let it never be said that we don’t take your recs from social media seriously!
- Recommend if you like… [read-alikes mostly, but also other media, film, tv, etc.]
- Maybe those Eragon books that were kind of popular when we were younger. I think they were popular dragon books
- An Ember in the Ashes, they just had similar vibes
- How to Train Your Dragon movies
- The Dragon Prince (animated series on Netflix)
- Stay tuned for our Year in Review bonus episode to hear us talk all things media!
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