With the Fire on High



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. Read With the Fire on High Author Elizabeth Acevedo – heartforum.co.uk

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  • ebook
  • 400 pages
  • With the Fire on High
  • Elizabeth Acevedo
  • 25 May 2017
  • 0062662856

10 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 ...

  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 l...

  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. Lala BooksandLala says:

    Flawless

  5. Melanie says:

    Please check out Johely s amazing, ownvoices reviewAnd so at the age of four, I learned someone could cry from a happy memoryWith the Fire on High is an ownvoices story, following an Afro Latinx main character named Emoni Emoni is a young mom, who got pregnant her freshman year of high school, but this book takes place during her senior year, and her school just opened up registration for a culinary class Emoni has loved cooking and crafting recipes her entire life, but she is appre Please check out Johely s amazing, ownvoices reviewAnd so at the age of four, I learned someone could cry from a happy memoryWith the Fire on High is an ownvoices story, following an Afro Latinx main character named Emoni Emoni is a young mom, who got pregnant her freshman year of high school, but this book takes place during her senior year, and her school just opened up registration for a culinary class Emoni has loved cooking ...

  6. BernLuvsBooks (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 everything She wants so much for Emma and is willing to work hard and do whatever it takes to make something of herself Emoni has magic hands when it comes to cooking Her food literally evokes p...

  7. 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 lov...

  8. Lola says:

    Given that I recently read a book about abortion, I was particularly interested in this tale featuring a teenage girl who decides to keep her baby and struggles juggling school, work and Babygirl The c...

  9. C.G. Drews says:

    Oh wow is this a love letter to food and culture ngl, I am here living for foodie fiction and this has so so many tasty recipes sending slight sad face to how it was 90% savoury dishes thoughlike c mon life exists for dessert But it was so so good and honestly I was so invested in the characters, the romance, in Emoni raising her little girlI just It s a beautiful story I loved The Poet X, but I think I loved this a bitbecause, well, food, but also just Emoni s utter love a Oh wow is this a love letter to food and culture ngl, I am here living for foodie fiction and this has so so many tasty recipes sending slight sad face to how it was 90% savoury dishes thoughlike c mon life exists for dessert But it was so so good and honestly I was so invested in the characters, the romance, in Emoni raising her little girlI just It s a beautiful story I loved The Poet X, but I think I loved this a bitbecause, well, food, but also just Emoni s utter love and devotion to her babyAnd also her and Malachi were the softest, sweetest slowburn romance.And it was filled with such important themes and discussions on race and expectations and assumptions Emoni is black Puerto Rican and she unpacks feelings about her culture and people s judgements of her that she had a baby at 15 And all ...

  10. Elise (TheBookishActress) says:

    I don t know if I can even review this properly This book has so much good to it that I barely know where to begin review to come I always love stories about young women growing their ambition, but also, the cover of this is too beautif...

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