Fireborn by Aisling Fowler

Today I’m delighted to take part in the blog tour for the brand new middle grade fantasy, Fireborn by Aisling Fowler, due to be published at the end of September.


Lyra. Lucy. Percy. Once in a generation, a hero emerges whose story enthralls readers worldwide.

Fireborn is an epic quest, perfect for fans of the His Dark Materials and The School for Good and Evil series, that will spin readers into a magical world like no other–and introduce them to an unforgettable new heroine named Twelve.

Ember is full of monsters.

Twelve gave up her name and identity to train in the art of hunting them–so she says. The truth is much more deadly: she trains to take revenge on those who took her family from her.

But when Twelve’s new home is attacked, she’ll find herself on an unexpected journey, where her hidden past is inescapably intertwined with her destiny–and the very fate of her world.

Already this debut novel is creating quite a buzz. Here are just a few of the great comments from book bloggers taking part in the tour.

4.5 stars from me for this captivating high fantasy adventure!

The Artsy Reader – click HERE to read the full review

Fireborn was full of exciting worldbuilding, colourful characters and hierarchies, and a palpable sense of threat from an unexpected enemy...this is an incredibly accomplished debut…

Feathered Books – Click HERE to read the full review

I would definitely recommend this book to anyone to read, adults or children and is a perfect starting point to anyone wanting to get into the fantasy genre.

Fantasy Book Nerd – Click HERE to read the full review

If you are a fan of Harry Potter then this one is for you. It gave me all those magical vibes that I loved when reading HP, but in a totally different way!

Lisa’s Book Gems – Click HERE to read the full review

the whole book was a crazy adventure with really loveable characters and a very exciting premise that makes me want to read even more books by Aisling Fowler!

Bookhemianrhapsody – Click HERE to read the full review

The fantasy elements and included in this book are comparable to other classics, such as Harry Potter, but honestly, the diversity of the cast just take it to a whole new level for favourite thing about this book is how it tackled its main themes – such as friendship, grief, family, discrimination, and acceptance….Grief is complicated, and Aisling’s portrayal of it was so beautiful, and incredibly moving.

The Bewitched Reader – Click HERE to read their full review

These are quotes from just some the amazing reviews being shared throughout the blog tour. Check out #Fireborn & #UltimateBlogTour to read more. the tour continues until the end of August and so far it’s got me very excited to read this. I adore some good middle grade fiction and Fireborn sounds amazing and I can’t wait to read it!

About the author
Photo credit © Jennifer Blau

Aisling Fowler


Aisling was born in 1985 and wishes that she had grown up in a magical, mountainous kingdom, but was actually raised in Surrey on a diet of books and Buffy the Vampire Slayer. Her early ‘adventure’ stories involved surprisingly little action and her first novel (3 pages long) was politely declined by publishers at age 11. After earning a BSc in Biology and working as a support worker and then a nurse, the idea for her debut novel, Fireborn, came to her as she moved back and forth between London and the US. Now based in Hackney, when she is not reading or writing, Aisling loves cooking and plotting adventures (for herself as well as her fictional characters). Fireborn will be published by HarperCollins in 2021.

My thanks go out to the team at The Write Reads for inviting me to take part in this blog tour.

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