The Seekers of Fire

The Seekers of Fire The Bers have ruled Mierenthia with fire magic and an iron fist for hundreds of years but now their magic is failing The firepipes are dry The firewells gape cold and empty and the factories are shu

  • Title: The Seekers of Fire
  • Author: Lynna Merrill
  • ISBN: 2940013343900
  • Page: 329
  • Format: Nook
  • The Bers have ruled Mierenthia with fire magic and an iron fist for hundreds of years, but now their magic is failing The firepipes are dry The firewells gape cold and empty, and the factories are shutting down Light, warmth, and food are scarce Strange creatures appear not only in the distant forests but even in the cities, the Bers own strongholds Amidst this chaosThe Bers have ruled Mierenthia with fire magic and an iron fist for hundreds of years, but now their magic is failing The firepipes are dry The firewells gape cold and empty, and the factories are shutting down Light, warmth, and food are scarce Strange creatures appear not only in the distant forests but even in the cities, the Bers own strongholds Amidst this chaos arises Linden, a young commoner woman who dares oppose a Ber with forbidden magic of her own She is joined by Rianor, the High Ruler of Qynnsent, who defies what the Bers call a noble s greatest responsibility The two tamper with the half ridiculed, half forbidden idea of science and believe that there is to science than the Bers and mentors would have people think Dominick, a young mentor, one of the priestly class who keep people from thinking aberrant thoughts, starts to question the Ber world even as he is trying to save it Merley, a young Ber woman who sees things that others cannot, saves a condemned boy and seeks out a reprobate old witch As these young people choose the paths rarely taken and make paths of their own, others try to pull their strings and shape the world according to their own wills.

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    1 thought on “The Seekers of Fire”

    1. This is a debut work by a self-published author, the first part of a trilogy. The premise is not an original one - in a world infused with magic (or Magic, as the author has it, many such words being capitalised) which is for some unknown reason losing its power, a young woman must learn to control her own latent abilities. More interestingly, the magic (sorry, Magic) is being used to control fire in its various forms of both heat and light, and ultimately all forms of manufacture and agricultur [...]

    2. Check out this review and others on my site, UFReviewsI myself have no read an epic fantasy book in quite some time, in fact before this most of my epic fantasy reads have all been free literature sites, where people upload chapter by chapter as it is written. This book was a welcome reintroduction to this genre.I think one of the hardest things to do in epic fantasy books is introduce the reader to the new world that an author has created. Sure it's hard coming up with that world as an author, [...]

    3. The Seekers of Fire is exactly my kind of novel: a tale of Science and Magic (capitalized throughout the book), religion and politics, which is nevertheless focused on the personal stories of a few characters. Linden and Rianor are trying to study the Science of Magic - a worthy lifetime's ambition, in a world where magic really works, so it's not surprising there are several more books planned. The world feels well-developed and, since the author has a scientific background, I don't doubt that [...]

    4. There were some grammatical errors that got distracting at points on my Nook. The characters and setting was interesting, but unfortunately they got drowned out by an overly complex plot and some confusing moments, especially in the middle. Perhaps with better transitions it would be a more fluid read. The storyline itself was intriguing, but it could use a bit of tweaking in terms of writing style before I could give it another star.

    5. I am really sad because the beginning of this book was very engaging and I was hooked. But then it got confusing and weird. I really struggled with finishing the book and I almost stopped reading it. I will probably not continue reading the series.

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