With the Fire on High

New Read [ With the Fire on High  ] Author [ Elizabeth Acevedo ]  For Kindle ePUB or eBook – johndore.co.uk
  • ebook
  • 400 pages
  • With the Fire on High
  • Elizabeth Acevedo
  • 07 June 2017
  • 0062662856

About the Author: Elizabeth Acevedo

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With the Fire on High With her daughter to care for and her abuela to help support, high school senior Emoni Santiago has to make the tough decisions, and do what must be done The one place she can let her responsibilities go is in the kitchen, where she adds a little something magical to everything she cooks, turning her food into straight up goodness Still, she knows she doesn t have enough time for her school s new culinary arts class, doesn t have the money for the class s trip to Spain and shouldn t still be dreaming of someday working in a real kitchen But even with all the rules she has for her life and all the rules everyone expects her to play by once Emoni starts cooking, her only real choice is to let her talent break free. New Download With the Fire on High [ By ] Elizabeth Acevedo [ Kindle ePUB or eBook ] – johndore.co.uk

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13 thoughts on “With the Fire on High

  1. Chaima ✨ شيماء says:

    With the Fire on High was soft, enfolding, light as a dusting of snow upon my forehead, the kind of novel that deadens the harshness of the world and takes the sting from any barb I floated through the story as if set adrift in a lifeboat on a gently rocking sea Delight sluiced through me, and I tingled with the giddy buoyancy of reading a book that made my heart feel like it had grown too large for the confines of my ribs No wonder, then, that when I turned the last page, the entire world se With the Fire on High was soft, enfolding, light as a dusting of snow upon my forehead, the kind of novel that deadens the harshness of the world and takes the sting from any barb I floated through the story as if set adrift in a lifeboat on a gently rocking sea Delight sluiced through me, and I tingled with the giddy buoyancy of reading a book that made my heart feel like it had grown too large for the confines of my ribs No wonder, then, that when I turned the last page, the entire world seemed to be oversaturated, too bright, too sharp, swallowing the slice of light and returning me abruptly to darkness.Acevedo s second novel centers around 17 year old Afro latina Emoni Santiago whose cooking is an instrument of wonder When people taste Emoni s food, something deep inside them, once misaligned, shifts back into its proper place An aspiring chef, she dreams of attending culinary...

  2. Hailey (Hailey in Bookland) says:

    ARC provided in exchange for an honest review by Harper Collins Frenzy Thank you This was such a great read So rich and vibrant, I felt like I could smell and taste each dish that Emoni made She was an easy to character to love an...

  3. Chelsea (chelseadolling reads) says:

    My favorite book of the month so far This was SO GOOD and Elizabeth Acevedo has definitely become an auto buy author for me Also side note I feel SO ATTACKED that all the food mentioned in this book is not currently in my mouth It all sounds so damn good I just

  4. (Bern) Mom to 2 Posh Lil Divas says:

    The world is a turntable that never stops spinning as humans we merely choose the tracks we want to sit out and the ones that inspire us to dance Elizabeth Acevedo has done it again This sopho novel is vastly different from Poet X, yet it is equally filled with boriqua pride, strong familial love and characters that ooze diversity And that cover breathtakingly gorgeous Emoni is a part Puerto Rican, part Black teenage mom who was raised by her Buela grandmother after the deathThe world is a turntable that never stops spinning as humans we merely choose the tracks we want to sit out and the ones that inspire us to dance Elizabeth Acevedo has done it again This sopho novel is vastly different from Poet X, yet it is equally filled with boriqua pride, strong familial love and characters that ooze diversity And that cover breathtakingly gorgeous Emoni is a part Puerto Rican, part Black teenage mom who was raised by her Buela grandmother after the death of her mother in childbirth How I adored her abuela and their strong relationship Emoni s love and devotion for her daughter was ...

  5. Nilufer Ozmekik says:

    Five distinguished, magical, tasty, heartwarming, poignant and definitely exquisite firing stars Since I ve read Laura Esquivel s Like water for chocolate , I started to enjoy reading books about talented cooks who pour their souls, their secluded emotions, their hopes and happiness into their food to create an art and serving one of the most pleasuring things of life by sharing their creativity Just like Emoni Santiago did with her gifted hands, enduring soul Her food is her reflection of Five distinguished, magical, tasty, heartwarming, poignant and definitely exquisite firing stars Since I ve read Laura Esquivel s Like water for chocolate , I started to enjoy reading books about talented cooks who pour their souls, their secluded emotions, their hopes and happiness into their food to create an art and serving one of the most pleasuring things of life by sharing their creativity Just like Emoni Santiago did with her gifted hands, enduring soul Her food is her reflection of her love for her baby girl, her Abuela who practically raised her, her heritage, her mom whom she never met, her father even he abandoned her when she was little baby , her pen friend aunt Sarah who loves sharing recipes and her best friend Angelica This book makes you smile, feeds your soul, touches and warms your heart It was an amazing also emotional journey to read the story of struggling Emoni She s taking responsibility of her baby girl at some parts she also takes care of her Abuela a...

  6. destiny ♡⚔♡ [howling libraries] says:

    This is literally one of the most stunning covers I ve ever seen Wow.

  7. Tucker says:

    LATINX REP YAYYY I M 50% LATINX MaybeBut you could never tell I m as pale as a naked banana Reddit

  8. chan ☆ says:

    a fantastic prose novel from a fantastic authorI ll start this review off by saying that I haven t had the chance to read Acevedo s debut, but everyone I ve talked to raves about it So requesting and getting approved for this ARC was really special and I m really grateful I had the opportunity to read this.The book is about Emoni Santiago, a teen mom in her senior year at a charter school in Philly She s got a passion for cooking and is trying to figure out what her next move is Take a culina a fantastic prose novel from a fantastic authorI ll start this review off by saying that I haven t had the chance to read Acevedo s debut, but everyone I ve talked to raves about it So requesting and getting approved for this ARC was really special and I m really grateful I had the opportunity to read this.The book is about Emoni Santiago, a teen mom in her senior year at a charter school in Philly She s got a passion for cooking and is trying to figure out what her next move is Take a culinary class in high school...

  9. Emily May says:

    ARC provided in exchange for honest review

  10. Rachel Reads Ravenously says:

    4.5 stars What a beautiful storyI feel like I m being pulled in a hundred different directions and my feet are stuck in cementThe Poet X is one of the best new YA books I had read this year, and With the Fire on High does not disappoint This book is about Emoni, a teenage mom in her senior year of high school trying to balance schoolwork, work and being a mom Emoni loves to cook and when a culinary elective becomes available her senior year she joins the class But class makes Emoni 4.5 stars What a beautiful storyI feel like I m being pulled in a hundred different directions and my feet are stuck in cementThe Poet X is one of the best new YA books I had read this year, and With the Fire on High does not disappoint This book is about Emoni, a teenage mom in her senior year of high school trying to balance schoolwork, work and being a mom Emoni loves to cook and when a culinary elective becomes available her senior year she joins the class But class makes Emoni rethink her life, and pretty soon she s not sure what to do when high school comes to an endAnd sometimes focusing on what you can control is the only way to l...

  11. Carmen says:

    Santi, I want to ask you something I stop in the middle of the hallway and wait for him to catch up He takes his sweet time walking over, Pretty Leslie on his heels Wassup I say I give Pretty Leslie a head nod and she looks between Malachi and me, her perfectly penciled in eyebrows furrowing I m good, Emoni How are you She pops her gum, then lowers her voice in a fake whisper How s your daughter I force myself to keep smiling I m not ashamed of my baby I m not ashamed I had a babSanti, I want to ask you something I stop in the middle of the hallway and wait for him to catch up He takes his sweet time walking over, Pretty Leslie on his heels Wassup I say I give Pretty Leslie a head nod and she looks between Malachi and me, her perfectly penciled in eyebrows furrowing I m good, Emoni How are you She pops her gum, then lowers her voice in a fake whisper How s your daughter I force myself to keep smiling I m not ashamed of my baby I m not ashamed I had a baby I m not ashamed I m a mother I lift my chin higher Babygirl s real good She just started daycare little over a month ago Thanks for asking I look Malachi straight in the eyes His dimples are gone That s wonderful Leslie says I don t know how you do it, girl I couldn t imagine being a parent in high school Right, Malachi But Malachi isn t listening to Leslie His eyes are on me If there was one thing I learned once my belly started showing it s that you can t control how ...

  12. Tatiana says:

    With the Fire on High reminded me of Robin Benway s Far from the Tree in a way that it takes a similarly super positive, almost syrupy sweet tone Both stories are inspirational and lean on the fantasy of the tribes of supportive people that will lift you up and help you out of the direst circumstances Fell good Yes Realistic Eh Emoni is a high school senior, a teen mom of a 2 year old daughter, and an aspiring chef She works hard, she is nice and calm, she is also kind of bland With the With the Fire on High reminded me of Robin Benway s Far from the Tree in a way that it takes a similarly super positive, almost syrupy sweet tone Both stories are inspirational and lean on the fantasy of the tribes of supportive people that will lift you up and help you out of the direst circumstances Fell good Yes Realistic Eh Emoni is a high school senior, a teen mom of a 2 year old daughter, and an aspiring chef She works hard, she is nice and calm, she is also kind of bland With the Fire on High is a story of Emoni s last year of high school and of her figuring out what to do with her life after The problem with this novel is that there isn t really a conflict Emoni...

  13. ✩ Ashley ✩ says:

    3.5 Stars Audiobook Performance Okay I m calling it BEST DAMN COVER OF 2019 Loving it