The Keepers of the Flame

The Keepers of the Flame

They have found others.Five years after a deadly plague killed all the Grown-ups, the world's population has nearly vanished. But a group of children have survived and forged a new family, a new life, and together traveled up the coast of Florida, looking for answers.

To their shock, they've found a group of adults, the only Grown-ups they've seen for years, living in an abandoned shopping mall. It's a world the travelers had almost forgotten -- cupcakes, clean clothes, adults to depend on.

But something is terribly wrong. The family must find the truth before it's too late.





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    The Keepers of the Flame Reviews

  • Coquille Fleur

    I read this one first, not realizing it was a series. The shopping mall setting kinda reminded me of why I liked the original Dawn of the Dead; however, no zombies in this book - thank goodness. This ...

  • Maria Schillinger

    I can't wait to read the third book in the series....

  • J.Elle

    This was ridiculous. I almost hated it. Why I even wasted time reading the whole trilogy, I don't know. Although, you would probably call it more like skimming because after reading the first book, I ...

  • Shane

    The second book in the Fire-us trilogy, this installment finds the "family" of kids at a mall with religious zealots. Even though they now have food and shelter, the kids start to worry about their ne...

  • Cathleen Ash

    The survivors of the apocalypse have found a group of grownups - but find there's more to them than meets the eye. Now it's not a story about settling in and creating the family all the children have ...

  • Jamie (ReadsinTrees) Dacyczyn

    2015 Reading Challenge: A trilogy.This book continues the journey of a group of kids/teens who are trying to reaching Washington DC five years after the "fire-us" wiped out all of the adults. This boo...

  • Alex

    The Keepers of the Flame is the second book in the Fire-us trilogy. In this book, the group discovers a whole "coven" of people living together in a shopping mall, all with Biblical names. Although th...

  • Sonya Huser

    I love the trilogy, though I don't like the second or third book as much as the first. It's a good 'make you think' book. If most of Earth's population died, what would you do? Could you survive? How ...

  • Cherry

    I wasn't as intrigued by the second book in the Fire-Us trilogy, as compared to the first. I appreciated the concept of this plot as it unfolded- especially as it highlighted the role that extreme rel...

  • Issam

    A really engaging read all the way through and very hard to put down once the story regains its momentum after the first chapter. Definitely read the first book before this as the story itself continu...