Flamethroat (Fire Mage, #2)

Flamethroat (Fire Mage, #2) Avalon Redding Has Returned To Mortlock To Find Her Home Destroyed, And Her Family Missing They Have Been Taken By The Realm For Harboring An Illegal Human, Avalon S Sister Desperate To Find Her Family, Avalon Travels Across The Country To The Headquarters Of The Realm, With Healer Jack Greenwood, And Animal Companion Hawthorne.Their Friendship Is Tested When Jack Is Reunited With His Estranged Father, And Falls Under A Strange Beauty S Spell Will Jack Abandon Avalon During Her Quest And Is Hawthorne Really One Of A Kind Avalon has returned to her hometown looking for her family She is very concerned about them because of her sister s inability to flame as a Fire Mage should Avalon never expects to find what she and Jack run into The town has been ravaged by The Realm They are taking families who are hiding humans With some secreted coins her mother hid in the house, Avalon and her friend Jack decide to head to The Realm HQ and find her family Along the way, they will run into manysituations The Real Avalon has returned to her hometown looking for her family She is very concerned about them because of her sister s inability to flame as a Fire Mage should Avalon never expects to find what she and Jack run into The town has been ravaged by The Realm They are taking families who are hiding humans With some secreted coins her mother hid in the house, Avalon and her friend Jack decide to head to The Realm HQ and find her family Along the way, they
This is the second book that I have read by Kate Bloomfield I found the first book in the Fire Mage Trilogy Frost Arch to be entertaining and fast paced I greatly enjoyed it and was excited for the next in the series Flamethroat did not disappoint.I found the story to be just as engaging as the first The plot, while different, follows the same pattern as the first book There is mystery, conflict, emotional turmoil, and action The plot kept me engaged and I wanted to see what happened nex This is the second book that I have read by Kate Bloomfield I found the first book in the Fire Mage Trilogy Frost Arch to be entertaining and fast paced I greatly enjoyed it and was excited for the next in the series Flamethroat did not disappoint.I found the story to be just as engaging as the first The plot, while different, follows the same pattern as the first book There is mystery, conflict, emotional turmoil, and action The plot kept me engaged and I wanted to see what happened next Where I found the story lacking was with the characters You do get to seeof Jack I thought the
The second book of The Fire Mage Trilogy, I thought Flamethroat was an easy, pretty fun read I enjoy mage stories and like the way Kate Bloomfield presents magic and how it works in her series the way a character s magic reflects their personalities I enjoy the characters, but they don t feel all that 3 dimensional They rarely make mistakes or need to face consequences of their choices Sometimes I felt like the story shied away from conflict Rather black white story the good peopl The second book of The Fire Mage Trilogy, I thought Flamethroat was an easy, pretty fun read I enjoy mage stories and like the way Kate Bloomfield presents magic and how it works in her series the way a character s magic reflects their personalities I enjoy the characters, but they don t feel all that 3 dimensional They rarely make mistakes or need to face consequences of their choices Sometimes I felt like the story shied away from conflict Rather
Flamethroat is a dream sequel to Bloomfield s Frost Arch Where the first book was a thoroughly engrossing coming of age tale, Avalon and Jack come into their own in this new adventure The author keeps the pace tight and enjoyable, throwing in a new ensemble cast of characters that fill in the gaps perfectly Once again I was drawn into the world of Mages and trying to unravelof the mystery of their origins Flamethroat is largely a getting there story, not only in the journey of ou Flamethroat is a dream sequel to Bloomfield s Frost Arch Where the first book was a thoroughly engrossing coming of age tale, A
This book was beautifulplease read this series you ll love it After Avalon s eventful time in Frost Arch she wants to get home and be with her family Her, Jack, and Hawthorne finally make it back to Mortlock only to find Avalon s family s home trashed, burnt, and empty Jack finds a note on the letterbox from the Realm of Mages saying treating humans as equals is illegal, and anyone doing so will be arrested Avalon s sister Helena is a human and Avalon knows now that her family was taken by the Realm of Mages She is determined to find her family and esp After Avalon s eventful time in Frost Arch she wants to get home and be with her family Her, Jack, and Hawthorne finally make it back to Mortlock only to find Avalon s family s home trashed, burnt, and empty Jack finds a note on the letterbox from the Realm of Mages saying treating humans as equals is illegal, and anyone doing so will be arrested Avalon s sister Helena is a human and Ava
Avalon redding whatever have you gotten yourself into this time Avalon, Jack, and Hawthorne go back to her home only to discover her parents and sister Helena missing A note is taped to her parents door saying that any mages noted hiding humans will be charged at the realm of mages The trio heads into Concord City to get Avalon s family back Along the way they meet up with different plot twists and turns, keeping the reader flipping pages to find out what s next This book again was really Avalon redding whatever have yo
So this book is a sequel I read the first in the series a month or so ago I really liked the first book, I thought it was quirky A powerful mage, in a mage world and she s running around heating baths and other grunt work It was interesting to me But this book I don t know how I feel about the racist stuff Was that there in the first book and I just didn t notice I think it was there, but it didn t weigh so heavily on the plot It left a bad taste in my mouth I m not sure how I feel abo So this book is a sequel I read the first in the series a month or so ago I really liked the first book, I thought it was quirky A powerful mage, in a mage world and she s running around heating baths and other grunt work It was interesting to me But this book I don t know how I feel about the racist stuff Was that there in the first book and
This book is almost better than the first The only thing that would have made it better was Avalon not being so mopey about Helena I just felt that she was selfish when at the end she was refusing to see Helena It really felt like Flamethroa
While I run in utter despair at the sight of any vampire book, I am pretty forgiving to magicians It s prob the one sci fi genre that makes me squee Avalon is still a rather irritating heroine, but I so enjoyed the world building that I can t say I disliked the overall book Jack a