Review: Nil On Fire by Lynne Matson

Nil On Fire is the third book in the Nil Series. The story picks up right where the second book, Nil Unlocked, left us: in present times on the top of Mount Nil with the stationary gate having just closed. Paulo is still trapped on Nil and notices a sudden in flux of people, who he tries to educate on Nil truths as well as he can. Meanwhile, since Skye and Rives escaped Nil, Skye has had nightmares of the darkness between gates that get progressively stronger. She decides that Nil is trying to tell her to go back to Spirit Island to stop the next generation of islander from going to the island. Rives, Skye, Thad, Charley, Michael and Zane meet up in Micronesia to try to keep Lana from entering the stationary gate on Spirit Island that leads to Nil.

Skye, Rives, Thad and Zane are manipulated into returning to Nil. This addition to Nil’s story introduces a few new characters and, more importantly, the consciousness of Nil itself. While the inhabitants of Nil City try to prepare for the Autumnal Solstice to exit the island, Skye tries to face off with the Nil-created darkness in her mind. With twists and turns throughout the story, it’s a difficult novel to put down!

As with the other Nil Series books, I read this novel in a single sitting, unable to put it down. Matson has pulled together the stories from the first and second books while branching off into a creative and unforgettable finale. Nil On Fire is an epic ending to a wonderful series. Overall, I rate Nil On Fire 4 out of 5 bookworms.

Don’t just take my word for it. Order Nil On Fire by clicking here and enjoy it for yourself!

To learn more about Lynne Matson and her work, visit her blog.

You can also preorder the kindle version of Nil Remembered, an unexpected addition to the series, by clicking here and you’ll receive it when it is published on 19 July 2016. At the time of this publication, preorder is free! You read correctly. Zero dollars for the fourth installment in this excellent series!!

This novel had a lot of discussion about how powerful emotions can be and how they could possibly be used against you. Do you agree with this theory? Why? Let me know in the comments!


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