Put Out Candle Boy! by Ana Rotea

Put Out Candle Boy! by Ana Rotea
Publisher: Self-Published
Genre: Young Adult (14 – 18 y.o.), Paranormal, Sci-Fi/Fantasy
Rating: 3 Stars
Reviewed by Astilbe

This story is a short venture in a world that has lost its light. The last fire struggles against the dark, but its force could prove to be insignificant and weak: it’s just a candle’s fire, after all.

Picture a small light shining in the darkness, and then keep reading.
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Candle-Boy was a brave protagonist. There were times when I was amazed at how many risks he was willing to take to protect his friends given how fragile life was for fire creatures like him. Sometimes he crossed the line into recklessness, but somehow that only made me like him even more. His intentions were pure no matter what the consequences of his actions might be.

I would have liked to see more attention paid to world building. There were tantalizing hints of how this futuristic world seemed to work included here and there, but I was never quite able to put all of the pieces together. Even figuring out when this was set took effort, and I’m not totally sure I came to the conclusion the author wanted me to settle on there. I was intrigued by what I read, but I needed more clues to be satisfied by the ending.

The plot twists were unique and well done. One of the things I liked most about Ms. Rotea’s writing style was how she pushes the envelope on what the young adult genre should discuss. She bent so many of the rules about what should happen to young characters that I was never quite sure what the next scene would reveal. This has been a pattern in all of the stories I’ve read of her so far, and it’s one reason why I keep requesting them as they’re published.

Put Out Candle-Boy! was a wild ride that I’d recommend to adventurous readers.

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