Trailer ☆ Fire in the Blood (Brimstone Angels, #4) PDF by ☆ Erin M. Evans An immediate continuation to The Adversary Evans contribution to The Sundering series of loosely tied together stand alone novels detailing world shifting events to the Forgotten Realms shared universe , Fire in the Blood is also the fourth novel in her successful Brimstone Angels plot line I entered into Evans series with The Adversary and reviewed it here, explaining that it worked remarkably well for a reader who was unfamiliar with the characters and storyline Moreover I was staggered over how much I enjoyed her rich characterization and pacing, remarking that it was easy to forget this was a media tie in, which while frequently fun aren t noteworthy for originality or depth Most all of my thoughts on Th Awesome Farideh continues growing in power Intense, romantic, emotional and intriguing Great work.
Beware of any deals you might want to make with a cambion SCRIBE Award Winning Author, Erin M Evans, Continues The Riveting Tale Of Her Sundering Character, Farideh, As She Becomes Embroiled In A Forgotten Realms Flavored Game Of Thrones In A Direct Follow Up To The Third Book In The Sundering Series, The Adversary, Young Warlock Farideh Falls Into The Midst Of A Battle For The Throne Of Cormyr As The War Brought On By The Sundering Rages Across Faer N, Princes And Princesses, Wizards And Rogues Scheme To Capture The Seat Of Power Of The Land Of The Purple Dragon With Farideh And Her Allies Caught Squarely In The Middle General Discussion Responses and Review Prior to reading1 Why this book What do you know about it General comments, etc.
This is the 4th book in the brimstone angel s series by Erin Evans I begin the series with book 3 the Adversary and loved it Obviously there was a lot that I missed by not reading the first two Specifically, some of the intricate politics of the hells can be confusing without the background, but it s not enough to spoil the story This book should give us a look at the fallout from the events of the adversary, and what life will be like for Farideh and Havilar as they attempt to assimilate back into Cormyr after losing 8 years During Reading1 Favorite character who do you relate to the most I can easily relate to Farideh and Havilar feeling out of place at times, like outcasts While literal here, it s an interesting comp A great story about the slow corruption of a person using temptations within the gray zone Some fun combat and encounters.
Still engaging and unpredictable after four books This is shaping up to be the best epic fantasy series I ve ever read.
I am glad I made it this far into the series The best Brimstone Angels book I read so far.
Awesome A terrific fantasy novel, especially if you like DD Highly recommended.
After the mediocre Sundering tie in last book, this series is back to it s fine form.
In a follow up to The Adversary, from the Sundering line of books, Evans follows Farideh and her crew in their further adventures in Cormyr And while this novel has many of the elements I have come to expect from a DD themed book, it also includes most of the elements I have come to expect from Evans as well Specifically, characteristics of stories within the genre, but not the Forgotten Realms line The political intrigue in this book swings for the levels reached by Martin, while the moral intrigue keeps up and even passes Salvatore in spots.
Additionally, there s a feel to the characters in her novels that doesn t ring similar to the other series in this line In consideration, my only thought would have to be her recent entry into the Forgotten Realms line by comparison I know it revived my interest in the setting from a fiction standpoint Whi