Epic Sci-Fi Fantasy
135K words, 538 pages, 33 illustrations
Visions of Fire follows Gracie Usuriel, a young pyrokinetic, as she leaves the safety of her father’s farm to find her calling at Landing University.
“My name is Gracie Usuriel and fire is in my blood. In fact, according to my dead sister, Ariel, it’s in my very DNA. She thinks I’m the strongest pyrokinetic ever born on Cybele – so strong my flames actually burn holes in the fabric of reality that allow me to peer into other times and places.
So what exactly was I supposed to do with all that firepower? At eighteen, I had no idea. I just knew I didn’t want to spend the rest of my life twiddling my thumbs on my father’s farm. Dad might choose to spend his whole life hiding out in Angelus Quietum, but I was ready to go have some adventures! Not to mention a whole bunch of long-overdue research into a particularly mysterious immortal parent. And if I happened to be taking off to the same university as a pretty, blond diplomat-in-training, well, that was just a bonus, right?“
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Praise for Visions of Fire:
Visions of Fire is a phenomenal follow up to Child of Awareness. Once again, Abigail knocks it out of the park with her writing, conveying a magnitude of emotions that spans from joy to despair to intense fury, and everything else in between. Abigail has the ability to suck the reader into the story as if they are standing alongside Gracie, witnessing her journey firsthand. Everything from the worldbuilding, to dialogue, to the character arcs are beautifully portrayed. Visions of Fire is an incredibly told story that is a must have of every bookshelf.
- Rebecca Amiss author of Summer of ‘77
A coming-of-age fantasy transforms into a supernatural detective story as a mature Gracie questions everything she thought she knew. Abigail’s storytelling skill brings us closer to Gracie as her power grows and her world gradually unravels. We are right there in the action and the breathtaking pace will keep readers turning page after page.”
- T. D. Gonzalez author of Spark and Firebreak
Visions of Fire brings us closer to Gracie as she learns to navigate college, boys, and her ability to create and control fire. The smooth, natural flow of the text makes this book quite remarkable. As the second book in the Redeeming Grace Trilogy, Visions of Fire doesn’t disappoint. The Usuriel Multiverse continues to build in complexity and depth. I suggest reading book one, Child of Awareness, first because when reading Visions of Fire, you will be stunned by the foreshadowing you missed, and those “Oh!” moments are great fun. Abigail Silver is an author to keep on your radar
- George Beckman, Author of The Ship From Wolfskill
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