Wildcat Fireflies (Meridian Series #2)

Wildcat Fireflies (Meridian Series #2)

by Amber Kizer
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Wildcat Fireflies 4.1 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 31 reviews.
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He swoops down into a steep landing, his bloodred scales glittering coldly.
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~Cordelia
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
The book had a great plot and I loved her new friends she finds along her journey. I really enjoyed seeing how Juliet and Meridian have different experiences in their life as Fenestras. I do have concerns about how young Meridian is. It's very easy to forget she's only 16 because usually she carries herself in an adult manner, but sometimes I find it a bit disturbing when I do realize how young she is. I love her confusing relationship with Tens, but the youngness factor makes it slightly creepy. Overall it is an amazing book and it can get slow, but I love the action once it starts to get going.   
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I bought this book because the first ended so abruptly and I had truly enjoyed that one but I was so bored during this one I could barely finish. Things were not explained and the transition between books was awkward. Major plot points were not explained in the beginning of this one and I never connected with Meridian which is odd since I liked her initially. I won't even waste time or money on the next one.
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BooksWithBite More than 1 year ago
I read the first book before I started blogging and really loved it. The whole world building as well as the characters capture my imagination an set me on a whole new path to discover. What I loved most about this book is the character growth. Meri is growing in who she is and what she is meant to do. There are times where she feels so incapable of doing things that I could feel her frustration. I could see the time away from her family as well as always being on the run is taking a toll of her. The love interest really grew as well. Their relationship is sort-of on a stand still being that they are always on the run but it definitely grows in trust and strength. The have late night talks that really bring a smile to my face as I watch them become so much more than friends. The jealousy issues is bound to catch up being that they haven't really gotten in further in their relationship with trust in that area. Their sort of like just going with flow, assuming things. And we all know what happens when you assume. The action of the book is great. I loved reading about other characters who are the same as Meri and going through the same troubles like her. Meri has such a big responsibility. She takes everything in with stride putting everything aside for what need to be done. Wildcat Fireflies explodes with so many new possibilities! Exciting new characters, new revelations of being a Fenestra, and the darkness that surrounds them. Wildcat Fireflies is great!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
It wasok no my favroite
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This book was good but I thought it was a little long and at times the author just rambled on too add pages to the book. If you like books that explain every detail down to the color of the car seats then this shouldn't bother you. Aside from that the book was great and I can't wait for the next one.
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This book has Everything you would want. A great and refreshingly honest romance with a wonderful storie line to tie these uniquely suprising characters together.
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Yvonne Mitchell More than 1 year ago
This is a really good series, I recommend it to anyone fans of the Hush,Hush series or Fallen series.
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Icecream18 More than 1 year ago
This book is the continuation of Meri's tale concerning her new discovery that she is a Fenestra, one of the few who can literally open up a window to allow souls to go through. Meri is just as resilient as ever; she lost her family and now her mentor, but she still holds on-partly due to Tens's comforting presence. Meri and Tens discover that there may be another Fenestra who needs their help. They travel to find her, quite by accident though. They encounter quite a few interesting secondary characters, some who appear as if they should be Meri's enemies...but aren't, and some who Meri has yet to make up her mind about. Tens and Meri continue to develop their relationship through this stressful time. Meri isn't sure what Tens wants...she's not sure if she wants to give him "something more" quite yet. Tens appears content to remain as they are, openly loving Meri. This frustrates Meri, who is on the fence whether to take their relationship the proverbial step further or not. The reader will enjoy watching their relationship unfold and grow i the pages of this novel. Juliet, the other possible Fenestra in trouble, is in an orphanage. She is ill-used and her safety is compromised in her current situation. She is caring and sweet, helping the younger kids and, like Meri, is very resilient. She recently lost Kieran, a boy she thought she had a crush on...until she learns that he is changed later in the novel. She desperately needs the help and guidance that Tens and Meri can possibly provide for her. The secret of her parentage is also discussed in the book...leading to a shocking ending. The plot is the same as the first novel's, just as entertaining and unusual. The events are fairly fast-paced, some of the scenes are charged with emotion while some are more low-key. The characters are all fairly likable, the main characters will probably become almost like friends to the reader. This is a huge book, plenty of chapters to sift through, but the reader will finish quickly as it is not an easy book to put down. This book is recommended to young adults/teens who enjoy fantasy mixed with romance.
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Jasmine torres More than 1 year ago
The numbers that merdian and ten say to each other is 143 , which the author tells us that it's secret code for i love you.
writingirl_15 More than 1 year ago
Meridian and Tens are back again in Wildcat Fireflies, on the road to Indiana looking for another Fenestra, and, of all things, a cat. While searching for this Fenestra (who is a sixteen year old girl named Juliet) they unexpectedly make some great friends and learn some shocking secrets. The reader also finds out a bit more about Tens's background. This book is written a bit differently than the first as the story is told from alternating perspectives of Meridian and Juliet. I had such mixed feelings about this book. The first book in this series, Meridian, blew me away. It was simply amazing. So of course I expected to fall in love with the next one too. Unfortunately, that didn't happen. First off, for most of the book Juliet's story is so completely depressing, the kind of depressing that stays with you after you put the book down. I'd be eating dinner and all of a sudden I'd think of Juliet and say "God, her life really freaking sucks!" I sometimes dreaded reading her chapters because they were always almost guaranteed to be sad and depressing. But I have to say that Juliet was a great character. I felt bad for her but I also felt like she had an indomitable spirit. I rooted for her all the way throughout the book, just waiting for her to taste happiness, true unfettered happiness. Lord knows if anyone fictious deserves it, it's her. Meridian and Tens did grow a bit. Tens opens up more and Meridian is more cautious and doesn't want to be the damsel in distress, but the damsel with the sword hacking at her enemies. Some of the scenes in this book deals with Meridian wanting to have sex with Tens, and there was one or two pretty graphic (for a YA novel, at least) scenes with them together. I don't really have an issue with that but this book might not be suitable for anyone under 15. (On a side note, what's with the cover? It's almost identical to the one on Meridian. The green butterfly pattern is pretty but for some reason the girl on the cover looks kind of creepy to me.) Okay, so wrapping it all up here, it was an okay book. At the end I had some questions like: what the HECK happened to Nicole and what was the number thing Tens and Meridian said to each other on the last page? The author didn't explain it at all, it was completely random. Did I miss something? Though Wildcat Fireflies had its faults it wasn't terrible. It was a page turner and worth the read. It didn't put me off from reading the next book in the series, but I hope the next one will be better.
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