Independent Reading Project 2
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Fire faces the need to use her power not in self defense, and faces being afraid to be similar to her evil father.
Fire was the One to have killed her evil Father. She reveals this information to Brigin who already knew from Brocker.
Fire has figured a way to use her power to help the ones she cares for dearly without being considered the monster, by staying with Brigin at the castle.
Fire see's her father figure, Lord Brocker, at camp, while she was helping out in the infirmary.
Fire returns to Archer's and Brocker's estate in the epilogue to say her goodbye to Archer.
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