This Burning World

Rated 5.00/5 based on 3 reviews
Picking up where This Paper World left off, Jim Hunt is attending a Champion training camp in northern Maine. While at the camp, a powerful enemy who has crossed Jim's path before strikes a devastating blow. Jim sets off on a solo journey of vengeance to bring retribution down on this evil being. Will Jim find the justice he seeks or will he lose his life and his soul in the pursuit? More
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About Jeff Lane

Jeff Lane lives in New Hampshire with his wife and two children. He also publishes his fiction in audio form, as a podcast, available free on iTunes. His website is Please follow him on Twitter; @writerjefflane and “like” him on Facebook.

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About the Series: The Champion Saga
Throughout time a secret war has been waging. The battlefield is our very streets and neighborhoods. It is a battle between good and evil, Champions and Spoilers. Now, Jim Hunt finds himself fighting in that war.

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Reviews of This Burning World by Jeff Lane

Stefa Haynes reviewed on Dec. 30, 2020

When I started reading this I thought it's never going to top the first book of the series. I was wrong. I was so excited to read and couldn't put it down. It was full of action and adventure and I felt like I was with Jim Hunt all the way through his journey. I was nervous, excited, and scared all at the same time. This was a terrific book even though it does make you wonder at the end. Jeff Lane had a real talent for holding the attention of the reader and keeping you at the edge of your seat. I can't wait for the next book. I am sure I will love it!
(reviewed 16 days after purchase)
Rebecca Baldridge reviewed on Dec. 23, 2017

This Burning World is the second in The Champion Saga and picks up where This Paper World left off. It's a rare occasion that I like the second in a series better than the first, but this impossible to put down tale had me from the very beginning. Jim Hunt has accepted his role as a Champion, but there's still so much he doesn't know or understand. Of course, as with any good adventure, tragedy strikes before he has time to learn everything he needs to know and he's off and running. This one has everything that a great action/adventure should have - heart pounding action, tragedy, a race for justice, secrets, a hint at possible romance, a lovable hero who makes a reader want to shake some sense into him and hug him (sometimes simultaneously), and a mind-blowing ending that left me wanting more. It does end with a bit of a cliffy and we all know how frustrating those can be, but I still loved the book and will certainly be anxiously awaiting the next part of Jim's story.
(reviewed 14 days after purchase)
Happy Housewife reviewed on Dec. 31, 2014

This book picked up where book 1, "This Paper World" left off. In my opinion it was better than the first book. It kept me engaged practically the whole time. At times I couldn't put it down. There are a couple of new characters introduced and you will find yourself running a gambut of emotions from affection, hatred, skepticism,and a blossoming love. I won't tell you which emotions go with which character because that would spoil your own reading pleasure, and it definitely was a pleasure.
Again, Jim makes some frustrating choices that left me wanting to smack him upside his head, but that's what kept me coming back for more because I have faith that he will eventually redeem himself. I had to put the book down when I was 99% finished to wipe the tears out of my eyes. I love a book that brings me to tears, knowing that it has touched me at a deeper level of emotion than just a enjoyable read would, thus a great book in my opinion. I want to say so much more, but it really would spoil it for you, so my best advice is that if you enjoyed the first book you will love this one!
Now, how long until the next book comes out? I really, really can't get enough of this series!
(reviewed 13 days after purchase)
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