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Emily, Trellis, and Vigo visit Algos Island, where they can access and enter lost memories. They're hoping to uncover the events of Trellis's mysterious childhood -- knowledge they can use against the Elf King. What they discover is a dark secret that changes everything. Meanwhile, the Voice of Emily's Amulet is getting stronger, and threatens to overtake her completely.


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Emily, Trellis, and Vigo visit Algos Island, where they can access and enter lost memories. They're hoping to uncover the events of Trellis's mysterious childhood -- knowledge they can use against the Elf King. What they discover is a dark secret that changes everything. Meanwhile, the Voice of Emily's Amulet is getting stronger, and threatens to overtake her completely.

30 review for Firelight

  1. 5 out of 5

    Calista

    Wow! This series is so great. It is fun and exciting. The artwork is amazing and the imagination to set up the world is boundless. This book takes us underwater where memories are stored. The story is pretty much a cliff hanger to beat all cliff hangers. The story moves at a quick pace and covers a lot of ground. I'm almost caught up to what is being published now which means I am going to have to wait for #9 just like everyone else. That is a bummer. It's so good and I want to know how it ends. Wow! This series is so great. It is fun and exciting. The artwork is amazing and the imagination to set up the world is boundless. This book takes us underwater where memories are stored. The story is pretty much a cliff hanger to beat all cliff hangers. The story moves at a quick pace and covers a lot of ground. I'm almost caught up to what is being published now which means I am going to have to wait for #9 just like everyone else. That is a bummer. It's so good and I want to know how it ends. I am enjoying this a lot.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Shannon (leaninglights)

    Oh my, Emily! This series always catches me off guard. I don't expect much and then it grabs at my heartstrings. I love the heart behind this story and can't wait for more!

  3. 5 out of 5

    Connor

    I think what I love most about this series besides the plot in general and the characters of course is the amazing coloring that is done by Jason Caffoe. Holy crap! He is amazing, and I want to find more stuff he's contributed on if he has any. Definitely recommend this graphic novel series to everyone!

  4. 5 out of 5

    Faith M ✨

    It wasn't as good as the last few installments, but the progression of the plot was good and I still really enjoyed it

  5. 5 out of 5

    Dani 🌙

    I can confidently say that if I was able to read this installment right after the sixth one then I would've given this 4 stars. However, because it's been awhile since I read it, I found it really hard to jump into the series again. I found it quite confusing at first as I tried to remember all the characters and plotlines. That being said, once I mostly figured out what was going on, I really enjoyed it! The art was beautiful as always and I like where the story is going :) Initial Reaction: Oh I can confidently say that if I was able to read this installment right after the sixth one then I would've given this 4 stars. However, because it's been awhile since I read it, I found it really hard to jump into the series again. I found it quite confusing at first as I tried to remember all the characters and plotlines. That being said, once I mostly figured out what was going on, I really enjoyed it! The art was beautiful as always and I like where the story is going :) Initial Reaction: Oh my gosh I love the colour scheme on the cover! I am so excited now that I read in an interview that there is going to be at least nine books in the Amulet series! Yay! :)

  6. 5 out of 5

    JohnnyBoy

    oh wow! best one yet! When is the next one coming out I can't wait! The turn the series has taken it is absolutely fabulous! I love the intensity and the dark side of things!

  7. 5 out of 5

    Selene

    4.5 Stars

  8. 5 out of 5

    Sarah AlObaid

    For a while, especially book 5 and 6, the storyline was starting to get confusing. There were so many things going on in each book in this series that i was having a hard time catching up. It was fast-paced but everything was happening all at once that i, as a reader, started losing track of all the important scenes that happened and the characters that we were introduced to throughout the series. But anyway, this book felt less confusing and things are making a bit more sense. I enjoyed it a lot For a while, especially book 5 and 6, the storyline was starting to get confusing. There were so many things going on in each book in this series that i was having a hard time catching up. It was fast-paced but everything was happening all at once that i, as a reader, started losing track of all the important scenes that happened and the characters that we were introduced to throughout the series. But anyway, this book felt less confusing and things are making a bit more sense. I enjoyed it a lot. The art, as usual, was great. I liked it as an individual graphic novel just as much as an installment in a series.

  9. 4 out of 5

    Roya

    Read on date of publication. Things are slowly getting more interesting. I can see there being at least two more instalments.

  10. 4 out of 5

    Resh (The Book Satchel)

    This series is AWESOEM!! Please give me the next book already. Highly recommended.

  11. 5 out of 5

    Michael Finocchiaro

    Absolutely love this series - my son does too. Adventure, great art, wonderful imagination...a masterpiece of children's graphic novels!

  12. 4 out of 5

    jaroda

    Ugh, I need the next one now.

  13. 5 out of 5

    Zombieslayer/Alienhunter {comatose with common sense}

    "You think we will become monsters." "History teaches us that you will both lose this battle." Emily, Trellis and Vigo are off in search of Algos Island, the lair of all memories. Warned of their impending battle against the Voice, the evil force inside the Stones by their adversary Max, the three Stonekeepers must break the hold the Stones have on their memories. But this task comes at a heavy price. To get their memories back, Emily and Trellis will have to accompany an old foe into dark depths. And "You think we will become monsters." "History teaches us that you will both lose this battle." Emily, Trellis and Vigo are off in search of Algos Island, the lair of all memories. Warned of their impending battle against the Voice, the evil force inside the Stones by their adversary Max, the three Stonekeepers must break the hold the Stones have on their memories. But this task comes at a heavy price. To get their memories back, Emily and Trellis will have to accompany an old foe into dark depths. And what they find there will change both- Emily, and Trellis- forever. Remember that it's easier to see where light is coming from in the dark. This is important to remember... For when all the lights go out." *turns page* Ho *turns page* ly *turns page* shi- To be continued. Well god damn it. Yeah. So, I checked the first book of this series out, what, like six months ago? I thought it was so cute and it would be so fun to read over the summer and I would be the coolest aunt ever when I showed them to my nephew, and NOW I've been thrown into a rage by a MF-ing middle grade graphic novel series. I knew better. I ALWAYS know better. I'm not a genius but for Christ's sake I should know myself better than this by now. And here we are again. Don't ask. If I knew why I was like this, I wouldn't be like this. On to the book. I guess. Firelight is the true beginning of the end for Amulet. The first book of the final trilogy, it takes Emily, Trellis and Navin on the first leg of their last journey. The Hayes childrens' past, the death of their father, and their journey to Alledia are all reviewed for the reader to see where the fight against the evil force of the Voice really began. Kibuishi has completely erased young, innocent Emily from book 1. She, along with Trellis and her little brother, have changed drastically. It's a little sad to see a child go through these kind of straits, the innocent nature of the first three books is gone completely, but Emily still feels like our original hero. She's grown, like any decent main hero, into a darker figure that has a harder time seeing the lines of right and wrong. Real 'heroes' and 'villains' are harder to distinguish than that. art specs Nope. Never gonna change my tune. Ever. I freaking love Kibuishi's art. I do. This is the seventh time I've said so. Do you even read this part anymore? Seven down, two (as of yet, unpublished) to go. Abandon hope, all ye who enter here. Everyone is after the same thing, after all. We all just want a place to call home.

  14. 4 out of 5

    Gabe "The Dungeon Master" Graffam

    No problem with it at all. Good story, good characters, good read.

  15. 4 out of 5

    Ivan

    Only problem with installments in Amulet series is that there are too few of them and once they finally come out you have to wait two years for next

  16. 4 out of 5

    molly ⋆

    This series is so good!

  17. 5 out of 5

    Melissa

    I just need the next one. Like, now.

  18. 5 out of 5

    Elizabeth A

    This graphic novel is a quick, fun read targeted at middle grade readers. In this installment, Emily and her sidekicks make it to Algos Island. Why are they there? Well, to access lost memories so they can understand the events of Trellis's childhood, and what happened between him and his father, of course. Things do not go smoothly, but then when do they ever in a quest? Emily is center stage in volume, and could it really be true that the Amulet chose her for her weaknesses rather than her stre This graphic novel is a quick, fun read targeted at middle grade readers. In this installment, Emily and her sidekicks make it to Algos Island. Why are they there? Well, to access lost memories so they can understand the events of Trellis's childhood, and what happened between him and his father, of course. Things do not go smoothly, but then when do they ever in a quest? Emily is center stage in volume, and could it really be true that the Amulet chose her for her weaknesses rather than her strengths? The art continues to be lovely, but I do think that this series is dragging on longer than necessary. In this volume the story only moves forward a couple of inches, and I hear that there might be another two volumes still to come. I'm hoping that the next one is tighter and starts to bring this fun series to a satisfying close.

  19. 5 out of 5

    Chelsea (thepageprincess)

    WAIT WHAT I THOUGHT THIS WAS THE FINAL BOOK.

  20. 4 out of 5

    Yasmeena Elmahdy

    Ok but that ending was just like what happened to Alex in the end of An Author's Odyssey just with Emily and the amulet instead of Alex and Morina and gah I just can't get over it But I did finish this in one sitting

  21. 5 out of 5

    Kelsey

    It was the best Amulet ever!!!!!!If you read them that is proof that all Amulet books are A)The best graphic novels of all time (along with Smile and Sisters) B)Getting better and better as you read them. It was easy for me to figure out that Emily's weakness was that her father had died.She was so sad looking that I bet she would do anything to get him back.All she really wanted when she arrived was to get her family back together.But I think she's finally excepted that she's going to have to do s It was the best Amulet ever!!!!!!If you read them that is proof that all Amulet books are A)The best graphic novels of all time (along with Smile and Sisters) B)Getting better and better as you read them. It was easy for me to figure out that Emily's weakness was that her father had died.She was so sad looking that I bet she would do anything to get him back.All she really wanted when she arrived was to get her family back together.But I think she's finally excepted that she's going to have to do something to save everyone in "the magical land" (I forgot what the name was) if she even wants a home to go back to.I also think "the magical land" has become as much her home as the other. When Emily lost control I got 'kinda sad.I so thought that she woulden't! I admit it's nice that she turned into a bird made out of fire.She could have been something worse,like a giant troll(they smell terrible) or a ginormous alligator. When the eighth comes out I so hope I can get my hands on it quick! I look at the clock just now and I've been on here waaaaay to .Long.

  22. 5 out of 5

    Quinn Breen

    19/25Qs I loved the first 6 books in this series but I don't think this one was as good. I don't know if I missed something in the previous books, but it felt like almost too much stuff happened in this book. The author set up the storyline in a way that just seems like there isn't going to be any way out of the problem that the book ended on. Of course, there is probably going to be some over complicated plan to save everyone in the next book. I DO like that this series kills off characters. It 19/25Qs I loved the first 6 books in this series but I don't think this one was as good. I don't know if I missed something in the previous books, but it felt like almost too much stuff happened in this book. The author set up the storyline in a way that just seems like there isn't going to be any way out of the problem that the book ended on. Of course, there is probably going to be some over complicated plan to save everyone in the next book. I DO like that this series kills off characters. It makes thinks interesting. If you don't read this series in order or take a gap in between books, it will make things EXTREMELY confusing!

  23. 5 out of 5

    Melissa Chung

    Wow! Crazy things happening. This is the seventh book in the series so I can't discuss too much. I read book 6 right when it came out so I kind of forgot what happened at the end so jumping back into this one was a tad confusing. Emily, Navin and Mom have been separated on purpose. They all have a group and a goal in mind. In this book we see what each has been up to and what the end game is. It's up to Emily. Will the world that she has been trying to fight for be destroyed by her own hands or Wow! Crazy things happening. This is the seventh book in the series so I can't discuss too much. I read book 6 right when it came out so I kind of forgot what happened at the end so jumping back into this one was a tad confusing. Emily, Navin and Mom have been separated on purpose. They all have a group and a goal in mind. In this book we see what each has been up to and what the end game is. It's up to Emily. Will the world that she has been trying to fight for be destroyed by her own hands or will she conquer her demons and fight the stones control?

  24. 4 out of 5

    Jennifer

    Cliffhanger!! I need #8 now!!

  25. 5 out of 5

    Francesca

    4.5 stars

  26. 5 out of 5

    Jenny (knasentjej)

    Here you can read my review in Swedish: https://jennyjag.wordpress.com/2016/0... Here you can read my review in Swedish: https://jennyjag.wordpress.com/2016/0...

  27. 5 out of 5

    Edwin

    Now I have to wait for the next one with so many things happening near the end.

  28. 4 out of 5

    Zoe's Human

    This is my favorite so far in the Amulet series. The adventure and excitement continue, while the back story continues to develop. Some of my questions have been answered, but boy does it end in a cliff hanger. I'm excited that the next book should be coming out this month.

  29. 4 out of 5

    Karissa

    This is the seventh book in the Amulet series and it feels like it has been taking absolutely forever for these to release. It’s been pretty much two years between each book for the last couple books in this series. That being said this was an incredible addition to the Firelight series. Last I read Kibuishi has ten books planned for this series. This is a series that both me and my nine year old son adore; so it’s a fantasy graphic novel series that is great for middle grade and older readers. O This is the seventh book in the Amulet series and it feels like it has been taking absolutely forever for these to release. It’s been pretty much two years between each book for the last couple books in this series. That being said this was an incredible addition to the Firelight series. Last I read Kibuishi has ten books planned for this series. This is a series that both me and my nine year old son adore; so it’s a fantasy graphic novel series that is great for middle grade and older readers. Our characters are split into two parties throughout the story. The vast majority of this book is spent with Emily and Trellis as they visit Algos Island and find out some very startling things about the history of the Amulet Keepers. This part of the story was fantastic. We learn a lot about the Amulet Keepers history and also get some backstory on the accident that killed Emily’s father. We also get some excellent backstory on Trellis and how he was raised. The other part of the story follows Navin as he (along with the rest of his crew) try to evade the Elves, rejoin the rest of the Rebellion and reunite with his mother. This part was pretty brief but it was good to see what Navin was up to. The illustration is absolutely spectacular with full color and breathtaking backgrounds. I continue to really really love the illustration style in these books. The story doesn’t make a ton of progress but some interesting twists are revealed and there is one huge “Oh No!” Moment towards the of the story that will keep readers hooked. Overall a fantastic addition to the Amulet series, if a long time coming. Wonderful characters, some good progress on the story, and beautiful illustration. I really look forward to and enjoy reading the books in this series. I do wish there was a “the story thus far” at the beginning because it is so long between book releases. I also wish that the story moved a bit faster. However, this is an incredibly well done series and I highly recommend to fantasy graphic novel fans of all ages.

  30. 5 out of 5

    tomato girl

    7th book of the series and it still hasn't let me down. I completely flew through this! I was sucked in the artwork. I mean, look: I loved how just when you thought this couldn't get any better, you were slammed in the face with a plot twist. This was such a fun read! If you haven't read this series yet, I don't know what you're waiting for. Just, go for it. It doesn't even matter you're age; you'll still love it. 7th book of the series and it still hasn't let me down. I completely flew through this! I was sucked in the artwork. I mean, look: I loved how just when you thought this couldn't get any better, you were slammed in the face with a plot twist. This was such a fun read! If you haven't read this series yet, I don't know what you're waiting for. Just, go for it. It doesn't even matter you're age; you'll still love it.

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