Come With The Fire: Young Adult Fiction Novel

Come With The Fire: Young Adult Fiction Novel

by Julianne Mundle
Come With The Fire: Young Adult Fiction Novel

Come With The Fire: Young Adult Fiction Novel

by Julianne Mundle


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When the one you trust betrays you, you have two options: forgive them and walk away or burn everything to the ground. Ever since her mother moved her entire family to Toronto, sixteen-year-old Emily has spent the last three years trying to fit in at Trinity Collegiate. But this uppity, private high school feels more like a prison to an outspoken Jamaican teen navigating her new life in Canada. When a string of mysterious fires breaks out in a vulnerable part of the city, Emily meets a familiar face and is forced to find her voice and speak up for what's right. But at what cost? Living between two worlds, Emily walks the fine line between belonging and being rejected by the person she trusts the most.

Come with the Fire is a compelling coming of age story that deals with microaggressions, friendship, the mother-daughter dynamic―and what it means to find your voice when everything feels like it's going up in flames.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781777898304
Publisher: Mundle Books
Publication date: 12/07/2021
Pages: 206
Sales rank: 1,089,957
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.47(d)
Age Range: 13 - 18 Years

About the Author

Julianne Mundle is a Jamaican-Canadian author based in Brampton, Ontario. She is the author of Shoot Your Shot and Come With the Fire. Receiving a BA from McMaster University, her creative nonfiction has been published in McMaster's, The Silhouette and The Writers Collective of Canada's third anthology entitled Front Lines. Born in Manchester, Jamaica, Julianne lives in Canada with her husband. When not writing, you can find her travelling home to her beloved island or reading stacks of books.When Julianne moved to Canada in 2010, her simple life became complicated. It was a shocking transition for her whole family. She traded in island life for anxiety, differences in cultural beliefs with peers, discrimination and social marginalization, navigating her culture and Canadian culture. It was a lot to handle. So she began pouring herself into writing and slowly her experiences and imagination melted into the beginning of Come With the Fire. Come With the Fire is a relatable story for readers who understand the experience of living between old and new countries while exploring old and new identities.
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