Reading Blog: Blazewrath Games by Amparo Ortiz

Welcome to what would be my last post for my stop for the Blazewrath Game book tour by HOV! I am SO excited for this post and the review of this book that it was the only reason I need LHM come to an end. Yeah, I know the last day was yesterday but that doesn’t mean you need to stop reading Latine books until next year. A little note, the banner have a danger sign on it, as if the reading blog includes SPOILERS, I double and triple checked the post and IS SUPPOSE to be SPOILER FREE. But, please go with precaution if I missed something.

I’m sorry for the length and mess of this post, but is a “live reaction” to what I was reading.

  • That last line, on the “information” part, that talks about what the dragons want to know is one of the most powerful quotes I have EVER read.
  • It is SO WEIRD to see Puerto Rico written on a fantasy book. I feel so happy just by seeing the mention of my little island here.
  • “Team Puerto Rico.” Feels like I’m watching the World Cup Series or the Olympic Games! ❤
  • Love how she talks about her father and the memories.
  • “Puerto Rico made me who I am…” YAS! ❤
  • Why they did that already?!
  • Samira is a mess hahaha
  • Love the bits and pieces of information at the start of each chapter.
  • A Buick… ❤
  • ‘”Oh, no… These are for the Obamas…”‘ ME MUERO! Dead hahahha.
  • Did he just said minorities get into college no matter the grades?! *eyeroll* Can I punch him? Please!
  • Love how the author includes people with disabilities in a world full of magic.
  • Well, that was a shock… I thought it was her dad…
  • The “BOOMS!” makes me feel like a Puerto Rican/Boricua (which is true) is telling the whole story.
  • Hahahahah I love that she is talking about flyaway and not a perfect hair! And knotted hair too!
  • Is it the owner of the wand shop?
  • This was an important day for Lana, but a sad one too.
  • These four chapters where full of action! I can’t wait for the rest!
  • I think Lana’s dad is right, there is something “fishy” about her contract.
  • OMG that Sire scene is creepy! Amparo Ortiz could write horror/thriller.
  • You HAVE?! Why? Another character that can’t deal with bad guys by his own?
  • Only two thousand?! Cheap… hahahaha
  • Piraguas! <3.<3
  • Puerto Rico’s beaches ❤
  • Of course, Boricuas siempre comiendo arroz! hahaha
  • Luis… I can’t be near them either! hahahaha
  • Mofongo! <3.<3
  • I’m in love with Edwin legs hahaha and him obviously.
  • Loved that the author used La Bahía Bioluminiscente for that story.
  • Love the representation/inclusion of foster homes for pets! ❤
  • I bet they are going to break the record.
  • Again, love the “sounds” is so Boricua.
  • Wait… Edwin understands or don’t understand Spanish? I’m lost.
  • I bet they are going to defeat Onesa.
  • ‘”We’ve failed our country already by being on time to a party.”‘ hahahaha so true!
  • Kirill no perdió tiempo! Love him!
  • Um… no Kirill, please don’t love THAT movie! </3
  • This book have many one-liners that are making me laugh too much.
  • The mention of Black Panther… it hurts. </3
  • Takeshi’s story is sad, specifically his dad’s story.
  • Can’t wait for this friendship/alliance to grow!
  • I hate that I related President Turner to another character from a series I don’t like! UGH!
  • Can you please stop with these quotes that are killing me!? I’ll need a bigger notebook thanks to this book!
  • Lana don’t lie.
  • Manny says ‘”Let’s hit it, mi gente!”‘ And my mind AUTOMATICALLY goes to Mi Gente by J Balvin! LOVE IT!
  • OMG Presindent Turner! </3
  • Obscure Magical Folklore and Enchantments! I NEED IT NOW!
  • OMG if the Sire dies then… Oh wow… No please.
  • Wait, WHAT?! So nothing bad happens? But, but, but!
  • The description of the panderetas, plena y bomba, and chanting gives me chills. Is like watching the Olympics.

So, let me let you something clear, from now on this reading blog is a mess since I didn’t write down my thought for many parts, and for others I wrote it down on the app where I was reading and after the timeline I lost my notes… Yeah… I’m SUPER happy (I bet you can feel the sarcasm.

  • Poor dragon, she doesn’t like Luis Miguel. Hahahaha
  • Something bad is going to happen to him, I can feel it!
  • Are those two going to fall in love with each other?!
  • Love the use of mythology here.
  • Samira and her love for charts is so funny and I love it!
  • I love how this book show a healthy and close relationship between a person with magic and a person without magic.
  • Reading this first game feels like listening to soccer narrators! <3.<3
  • OMG Esperanza! YAAAAAS!
  • KEEP GOING! DON’T LOOK BACK OR TO YOUR OPPONENT!
  • He is just trying to make you feel tired.
  • P. 170 THIS MATCH WAS PERFECT! I EVEN GOT CHILLS!
  • Amparo… why are you doing this to me? My heart CAN’T take this!
  • P. 184 NOPE! NOT A GOODBYE! NO, NO. NO.
  • WHY IS HE ACTING LIKE HE IS GOING TO DIE?!
  • WHYYYYYYYYYYYYYY?! Now I know why the author said not to read more when I said I had 100 pages left!
  • Aw! So sweet of you Lana!
  • P. 194 I love Samira so much!
  • No, this isn’t real. He can’t be!
  • YES SAMIRA! YES!

Yes, this is what I do when I’m reading, I write down almost everything I think with each line, page, chapter, etc. Sometimes I just forget to write down, others I write in other apps/papers and then misplace it. There you have it, my long, long reading blog of Blazewrath Games by Amparo Ortiz. I was suppose to write this with a review, but since this post got so long I had to divide it. Anyway… hope you enjoyed it!

This is all for today, hope you enjoyed. Thank you for reading my blog! I can’t wait to talk to you in the comments! Hope you all are having a nice day. Keep reading, keep reacting and making new bonds! Take care, I’ll see you on my next one, Goodbye!

PS. PICK UP BLAZEWRATH GAMES BY AMPARO ORTIZ IF YOU CAN 🙂

-Yade

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