Review – New World Inferno

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October 22, 2017 by ceresbooksworld


New World Inferno by Jennifer Wilson

Book two in New World trilogy

Publisher: OfTomes Publishing

Publication date: September 12th, 2017

Source: Paperback bought on

Rating: Evil Love




Worlds collide in the third and final installment of the gripping New World Series by Bestselling Author Jennifer Wilson.

Returning to discover their home engulfed in the flames of Tribal war, Phoenix, Mouse and Triven find themselves facing the impossible. A civil war has consumed the city of Tartarus, but with The Wall coming down in sixteen days, they have been given the impossible task of uniting the Tribes to face Fandrin’s army. Can Phoenix unite the murderous clans she has spent her life evading or will they turn on her before the real battle has begun?


I will try not to reveal the story but know one thing, this series is absolutely great, I’m a huge fan. For me it’s the best dystopia I have read, it surpasses Divergent and Hunger Games and by far, it’s much more mature, the characters are all great and the author doesn’t skimp on the pain.

In Inferno, Phoenix has a lot of work, she has to unite the tribes in order to be able to counter Fandrin and finally give their freedom to everyone. Phoenix would not be herself if she didn’t put herself in danger, hence she will still suffer.

I love Phoenix, she’s strong and determined, she knows what she wants, and she knows who she protects, who she trusts and who she is wary of. She never hesitates and even if sometimes it causes problems, it’s a trait of character that I like in her.

Triven loves Phoenix deeply, he will do everything to protect her and he wants to have a chance to be able to live with her without having to be suspicious of everything and everyone. They support each other and I love it.

Mouse in this book will ripen, she will have to face her demons and defeat them. I love Mouse, she is so sweet and we want to protect her like Phoenix and Triven do.

We also see many other characters in this book that are very important; I wouldn’t mention the names because you must imperatively read this series.

I would never be able to make you feel all that I think of this series but I insist, it’s great. You will find violence, loving, wounded, authoritarian, determined, unsympathetic, benevolent, malevolent, and somewhat crazy characters. And if you blend it into the story of a man who directs everything and benefits while all the people suffer, it gives an explosive mixture.

I was surprised by this trilogy and I was even surprised in 3rd volume by an element. Jennifer Wilson managed a crazy bet to make me love a book more than Divergent, and believe me it was not won because unlike the others, I loved the end of divergent, I think that was what she wanted since the first volume and that it could not happen otherwise.

What I like about New World is that Phoenix is not like Tris, she’s not always to pity her fate and want to sacrifice oneself for others. She evolves over the books and it’s something that I appreciate because every human being evolves according to what he lives.

Jennifer Wilson has a crazy talent and I hope to read her again very soon and be transported back into a world imagined by her. I can tell you that this trilogy didn’t leave me on my hunger, everything is fenced and like in life, everything is not perfect for the characters.

Quick word: The best series I have read this year and from far away, French publishers now it’s up to you to play now.

About the author

As a child Jennifer loved getting lost in the stories of others, but struggled greatly with reading. A notoriously slow reader who stumbled with words and spelling, Jennifer shied away from books, leaning heavily on musical theater and movies to get her inspirational fix.

It was not until in her mid-teens, when a persistent friend convinced her to read the Harry Potter series, that Jennifer found her love for the written word. J.K. Rowling’s books opened doors not only to the fascinating world of a young wizard, but to a life filled with a multitude of literary friends and fantastical worlds. Once a timid reader, Jennifer now devours books and loves getting lost in a new series.

Jennifer had wanted to write her own novel since her early twenties, but unfortunately inspiration doesn’t always strike on command. Her first book, The Chosen, was completed in 2013. But as most first attempts go, it was a flop. While looking through a multitude of rejection letters, inspiration struck again, putting Grace’s story got on hold as Phoenix’s began.

New World: Rising began to fill Jennifer’s brain, flowing like a fully opened valve from her fingertips. What was once such a struggle in her early years suddenly became a passion.

When Jennifer is not writing, she is enjoying life in Colorado, rock climbing, camping, exploring new foods, playing with her golden retriever, Duke, and sharing her life with her handsome and wonderful husband.



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