Catching On Fire

Catching On Fire

Sue Knott / Oct 21, 2019

Catching On Fire Visions of a horrific dystopian future have been tattooed on Rachel s brain for as long as she can remember She believes the strange symbols attached to those visions are the key to avoiding that fut

  • Title: Catching On Fire
  • Author: Sue Knott
  • ISBN: 9781477450499
  • Page: 313
  • Format: Paperback
  • Visions of a horrific, dystopian future have been tattooed on Rachel s brain for as long as she can remember She believes the strange symbols attached to those visions are the key to avoiding that future When she discovers someone else shares the same visions, she dedicates herself to finding other seers and unlocking the mystery of the symbols Her quest grows in urgencVisions of a horrific, dystopian future have been tattooed on Rachel s brain for as long as she can remember She believes the strange symbols attached to those visions are the key to avoiding that future When she discovers someone else shares the same visions, she dedicates herself to finding other seers and unlocking the mystery of the symbols Her quest grows in urgency as the present appears to increasingly resemble the path to the future she fears On her quest Rachel discovers that answers and love are elusive And people are not always as they appear Blurring the line between reality and fiction, this novel combines elements of romance, mystery, suspense, and science fiction in a way that should appeal to a wide variety of readers Suitable for teens as well as adult readers.Set in Buffalo, NY, and Tortola, British Virgin Islands.

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    About "Sue Knott"

      • Sue Knott

        Sue Knott has been writing professionally for years than she cares to admit She enjoys writing parodies as they make her laugh while she s writing However, she also enjoys writing fiction, especially romance and stories that imagine the future.Sue is the doting mother of a teen son and the long suffering wife of an equally long suffering but much crankier husband She has also been mom to a bunny now deceased and an extremely energetic Siberian Husky who jumps on her keyboard when she s busy writing.She has had a varied and successful career as an advertising copywriter She has lived in Pittsburgh, PA NYC LaCrosse, WI Scranton, PA and currently makes her home in upstate NY Occasionally she tries her hand at stand up comedy, though she is in complete and total terror whenever she takes the stage.Sue is an avid gardener and wishes she had time to pursue craft projects or even just to clean her house Sue has a sweet tooth She wears a size 9 shoe She collects art glass She recycles She sewed her own wedding gown big mistake She revels in the outdoors and longs to be on the beach She prattles on at the keyboard She is a safety nutcase And she loves to Zumba.


    702 Comments

    1. First, I would like to say thank you to the author and to for my copy of "Catching On Fire" which I received through First-Reads giveaways."Catching On Fire" is about Rachel and how she sees these symbols in her head, which she names 'Glyphs', that she's seen since she was young. The story starts with her and her best friend Kim at a bar where a couple creeps start bothering them and then some stranger, we later know him as Jim, comes who saves the day and the 'two damsels in distress'. She in [...]


    2. *Received a free copy through *This book is not the type of book I usually read. I enjoy reading it and I am looking forward to the follow-up! Was kind of disappointed to be left hanging so much at the end though.Catching on Fire is about people who see certain images which are referred to as Glyphs. Only certain people see these images and the book is trying to get the people that do to help to solve what the meaning of the glphys is. Their is romance and mystery in the story. I found myself wa [...]


    3. Dystopia is a new found love of mine and this is another winner. I loved that this book covered all of the major points from romance to mystery. The concept of the seers is very cool and well done. Two thumbs up from me.



    4. Loved it. Interesting lead character. Suspenseful. Great dialogue. Could have used a sultry sex scene. I'm on team Amir!



    5. I have a soft spot for self-published books. The task of producing and selling a book without the aid of professional editors and publishers is monumental, and with that in mind I applaud any author who is able to complete the task. Sue Knott’s story is interesting, unique, and has me curious about the explanation for the book’s events. Her lead character was generally likable and often the droll, slightly sardonic humor made me laugh. Rachel’s first law of paranoia: Just because you think [...]


    6. Truly said by Rachel in Sue Knott’s “Catching on Fire”, “Everything bad has some good to it and everything good has some bad to it”. Special abilities can be a gift and a curse at the same time. When Protagonist Rachel Shannon is rescued by a cute, attractive guy Jim at a bar; she realizes that they both share something mutual; a vision which shows images of mankind being destroyed by the nature. She prepares herself to interpret the meanings of these strange visions and sets on a vent [...]


    7. This is the story of Rachel, or Rae, who lives a quite ordinary life until she discovers that she may have the key to a secret that can save humanity. This is not a very original premise, but the story develops into a quite interesting one. Well written and fast paced, we are drawn into Rae's efforts to fill out and decode what she calls the "Glyphs", a series of signs which she believes hold the secret to avoid the world's rush towards a catastrophic climatic change. In her efforts, she finds t [...]


    8. I'm not usually without adequate words but I'm feeling a bit that way about this book because I LOVED it that much. I think I'm kind of difficult to impress. I read voraciously and have high expectations for any book that I'm going to give my time to. This book was so well worth the hours I spent reading it, in fact I was bereft when it ended. I wanted more, more of the characters, more of the story, I wanted to know what comes next. That's a rare thing for me to find in an author. In the weeks [...]


    9. I received this book through First Reads. Aaaaaand I made it to page 61. I just can't continue. I've tried and tried to give this book a chance but I groaned every time I picked it up. It's painfully boring and the punctuation mistakes are frequent. The author overuses parentheses and ellipses to the point where I just want to tear the page into shreds out of frustration. Where most writers would insert a scene or section break, this author puts in entirely new chapters, some not even a page lo [...]


    10. I won this from as a first reads. I was intrigued by the premise of this novel and found it interesting enough to keep reading. Rachel was born with "Glyphs" imprinted on her mind and thought she was the only one until one fateful night she meets Jim. They think what they share is actually a map on how to heal the world. Little did they know that they weren't the only ones. Ms. Knott has a potential best seller on her hands, with a bit more work on a clearer storyline and better prose. I believ [...]


    11. I received this book in a giveaway, and found it quite entertaining in a superficial, basic kind of way. The main character is one of those reluctant, average style protagonists who appear to fall into 'complex' situations with a number of attractive men and in this case, orphaned children as well. The concept of glyphs is strangely introduced and doesn't seem to make a lot of sense except to make me feel that the author is propagating her own, original creationist theory. While a novel concept [...]


    12. All through this book I kept thinking "really". It's kind of far fetched and extreme. It starts out with a young woman who sees symbols in her head. Then she runs into a guy who sees the same symbols. Then in the next second they are setting up anonymous web cites and doing everything super covert so there is no trace back to them to get these symbols or Glyphs online to see if other people have seen them. Then he can't take the 'heat' and she meets a middle eastern guy that wants to financial b [...]


    13. I absolutely love this book. If someone were to asked me to describe this book in one sentence it would be: One of the best book I have read.I love how the author makes us care about the characters like they were real. I laughed, cried, and loved when the characters did. Catching on Fire is an engaging and amazing story of mystery and romance. I wish I could know what the characters are doing now, hopefully there would be a sequel.I love how the author kept me intrigue that I wasn't able to put [...]


    14. *Received a free copy through *This book is not the usual type that I go for, but I did enjoy reading it, and I am looking forward to the follow-up!Catching on Fire starts out with Rachel and her bff being rescued by Jim after 2 guys followed them out of the bar. Rachel offers Jim a bite to eat at a local burger joint, which he accepts, after they eat Rachel takes out her pad of paper to take down Jim info when he notices her doodles, and he then shows her his drawings, which are almost identica [...]


    15. I got to read this due to the amazing Sue Knott whom which I won this book. I will admit I was a little weary of reading this book because I am a fan of young adult books and the oldest character I have ever read about was 18 and the main character of this book is 24. I was pleasantly surprised, the main character had all the main traits of the characters I so dearly love. I started this book and it took a little while to get into the book but after I did I could not stop reading! All the charac [...]


    16. I really enjoyed this book. I loved the concept of the glyphs and the whole idea made me wish I could see them! I liked the main character and I have to admit was especially drawn to her because she goes by Rae. I have a sentimental tie to that name. ;) I also enjoyed her personality and totally understood her issues with being a busty girl. I myself happen to be well endowed and I've been there done that so I could completely relate to her. I liked the non-relationship dynamics that occurred; h [...]


    17. I received this book from the author in exchange for a fair review. Thank you!!There are plenty of summaries on here, so I will just say that I liked this book from the first page. It actually made me laugh out loud right off the bat which is always a good sign. The story was believable, and Rachel was very relatable. I'm definitely looking forward to the next book in the series; I just wish this book had a better cover - it deserves a good one!P.S. I enjoyed reading that the author once lived i [...]


    18. As usual, I didn't read the description of the book before downloading.The book's focus was unusual (for me) and interesting. There's not a whole lot of romance, just a lot of conspiracy theories, secrets and paranoia.Overall, the book was pretty good and the intrigue factor stayed throughout the entire storyline. I do wish there was more to it though; pictures, diagrams, phrasesjust something more.I'm writing this review a few days late, and unfortunately a lot of what I wanted to say has been [...]


    19. Received as a first reads give away.The structure of the writing was an obstacle to what was otherwise a worthy plot. Usually I finish a book all in one go; it took several attempts to make it through. First person can be really clunky.I would suggest that the author consider changing point of view for the sequel novels, as I would love to try reading again. If not, need to try to find a way to rephrase so that the sentences are not all (or mostly) starting with "I".


    20. There are so many authors producing opera on dystopian future world at the moment, due to the bleak outlook we all seem to have for the world at the moment. Novels of this genre really need to stand out in order to get noticed. Catching On Fire does. It'll be remembered.


    21. I received this book through a giveaway and was skeptical at first. The book wasn't bad and I was able it finish it with ease, but it wasn't anything special. I would recommend this book to anyone who just needs something to read but if you do end up liking it then there is suppose to be a sequel.



    22. Really enjoyed this since it was unique, very different. Left hanging at the end though. Looking forward to the next one to find out what happens.


    23. Good book! I highly recommend it. I got this as a Giveaway and I can't wait to get more.


    24. I'm going to start this review off by saying I'm probably not the demographic this book is intended for. I found this book to be a bit weak for the reasons I was reading it. I was hoping to get more of a feel of the central plot of the book but it was very clouded, and not very well explained. It seemed that the author was more interested on telling the story of the main character's life more than the plot, adding trivial and very unimportant details.There was no mystery to the book, but it wasn [...]


    25. Just couldn't find it believable enough. Do give it points for originality, though.Oh, but I almost quit reading in the first couple of chapters: instalove and a love triangle!


    26. "*** I received this book for free through First Reads ***** The Giveaway was Listed By Sue *** I received my copy on *THANK YOU FIRST READS AND Sue! "



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