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Return to Book Page. Preview — Firebrand by R. Firebrand The Pyromancer Trilogy 1 by R. Prioleau Goodreads Author. Kaijin Sora behaved like any studious child his age who constantly indulged in reading books and thirsting for new knowledge. But there was one thing that distinguished him from other children -- his tenacious passion for fire. In hopes of curbing this strange and disturbing sickness, Kaijin's parents send him off to study magic. Unbeknownst to Kaijin, the knowledge he woul Kaijin Sora behaved like any studious child his age who constantly indulged in reading books and thirsting for new knowledge.
Unbeknownst to Kaijin, the knowledge he would glean during his years of intense study would only further kindle his inner flames. What began as a simple childhood curiosity would ultimately transition into a blazing love so powerful, it kills Get A Copy. Kindle Edition , pages. Published April 13th by R. Prioleau first published April 11th More Details The Pyromancer Trilogy 1. Other Editions 2.
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Friend Reviews. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. To ask other readers questions about Firebrand , please sign up. Lists with This Book. Community Reviews. Showing Rating details. Sort order. Oct 02, Grey Liliy rated it liked it Shelves: adventure , fantasy. Quick summary: Slow moving plot about a boy learning magic, that bursts into an all out zombie "Undead" if you prefer war with necromancy and pyromancy.
Kid loves fire; a lot. It's on the verge of being unsettling for both the reader and novel cast. I con Quick summary: Slow moving plot about a boy learning magic, that bursts into an all out zombie "Undead" if you prefer war with necromancy and pyromancy. Toward the end, he gets involved with a necromancer named Xavorin, who has a history with his Master Jarial.
The underachieving younger sibling, and the advanced older sibling was a classic, and still good contrast.
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If I had a complaint--it'd be Jarial. I couldn't figure out where Kaijin's fondness for the man came from. He was mean, treated Kaijin's brother like dirt, treated Kaijin like dirt often he was a little back and forth with emotions , and later we revealed there were many others who used magic--and one was probably more helpful in five minutes than Jarial seemed to be for all 12 or so years. He was hard to like; I disliked him.
If you feel differently, that's great. I shall continue to greatly dislike him. Consider this sort of an introduction to it all. I'll give the second book a go. May 23, Petra rated it liked it Shelves: children , net-galley. I received a copy of this from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. I finished it! Cover atracted me immidietly. Boy on the cover reminds me of Jack from Pillars of the earth, my all time favorite book.
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I was so happy when I got this ebook from NG. I almost started sreaming how excited I was. Unfortunately this book was not at half as good as Pillars of the earth. I expected this book to be, I don't know, better written? More interesting? With deeper characters? I don't say this book I received a copy of this from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. I don't say this book is bad, there were just too big expectation so I felt a little bit fooled.
It's solid three stars, I will try to read next book, maybe there will be some improvement Feb 27, Paul Montgomery rated it liked it. Synopsis: In a world of magic and mayhem, a young boy is drawn to books of power. Taken under the tutelage of a senior mage, Kaijin begins his studies of magic and mystery and finds himself caught in an adventure beyond life and death. What Kaijin is, however, is a would-be fire mage. Not his whole life, but rather the first part, the forming stage. Normally, this would be a brief couple of chapters at the start of a huge fantasy epic.
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To do so in a full book requires a steady and confident hand. Prioleau does not disappoint. Admittedly, to begin with, Kaijin, his brother Rorick, and his tutor Jarial are all pretty annoying and need patience to mature into their roles. Kaijin succeeds in this, as the protagonist of any story should. Jarial follows, although not quite as successfully, but suits the character. Rorick fails, and remains an irritating little sod and perhaps surplus to requirements. Certainly more could have been done with his actions.