Sep 1, The Paperback of the Fire Arrow: The Second Song of Eirren by Edith Pattou at Barnes & Noble. FREE Shipping on $ or more!. Read Fire Arrow by Edith Pattou by Edith Pattou by Edith Pattou for free with a 30 day free trial. Read eBook on the web, iPad, iPhone and Android. In the sequel to “Hero’s Song,” Brie finds her birthright: a magic arrow that uses flame to destroy its targets. The arrow encourages Brie to carry out her vow.
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I’d never had access to a public library before so it was pretty exciting. It was an exciting sequel pattku from the POV of a side character from the first book.
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I am reading a number of novels in this genre and I was really satisfied with Fire Arrow. Jul 25, Rebekah Quick rated it really liked it.
Arroow are a few things that I think would be confusing, though. But she also finds evil at work–the doings of a sinister, one-eyed sorcerer named Balor.
Want to Read Currently Reading Read. She doesn’t want to be more or less than she really is.
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Before she has traveled far, she discovers an important clue to her own pastAa fire arrow given to her mother as a wedding gift. Not Enabled Word Wise: I wanted to experience more of them together and how they act around eachother.
I just felt like this one was slow in the middle, and I wanted more of a love story with the two of them. First the Hero’s Song Refresh and try again. Enabled Amazon Best Sellers Rank: She has feminine fealings and emotions. The author didn’t know much about archery so I could I just finished this book last night. Williams rated it really liked it. A young lady of Eirren, called Brie, is determined to take revenge on her father’s killers. The Girl in the Tower: Story of the second character, female this time.
Fire arrow : the second song of Eirren
See 2 questions about Fire Arrow…. Feb 11, Charity rated arrrow liked it. Overall, Fire Arrow was an average read for me. She abandons eidth guise as a boy while still being quite tough. Heck, I read it before I read the first one, and although I missed a few things, honestly, I enjoyed all the characters much better in this one than the first.
It’s not that they’re poorly written or even a bear to read – they’re just average YA fantasy. I have been going from chat room to chat room, and club to club, searching for someone who has read Hero’s Song or Fire Arrow.
She wants real things. Think this one is ok for K and R A fantasy novel I edited back before the dawn of time. If not for that I would have abandoned paftou book.
It wasn’t as good as the first one. Brie meets morg, goat-men, Scathians, an evil sorcerer, a weather worker, a wyll, and many others. It was also a lot more segmented than the first one, making it less cohesive. Collun is, oddly, more intriguing when we see less of him; I would have preferred to see his fights with the Scathians instead of page after page of Brie in the fishing village.
The following items were successfully added. There came a point around page that I felt sure Pattou had forgotten to write several pages.