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The Hunter's Flame (The Warden's War Trilogy Book 1)

3.25  ·  Rating Details ·  4 Ratings  ·  1 Review
A young man, injured and lost in the Wilds with memories lost, finds a home in a handsome riverside village. He develops a bond with the family who helps him recuperate while deepening the one with his constant companion, a young fox with a past nearly as dark as his own. Through all his newly acquired happiness he is plagued by nightmares of death, fire and destruction. A ...more
Kindle Edition, 426 pages
Published May 25th 2014
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Rich Stromm
Jun 23, 2014 Rich Stromm rated it really liked it
The Hunter's Flame

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This was borrowed to me by a friend and, once I started reading, I had trouble putting it down. I felt like the least i could do is purchase a copy and review it to show my support. I read through the first 10 chapters in the first day (roughly 1/4, despite there only being 26 chapters total in 400+ pages) and the rest before a week was done.
This book fits in line more with the modern fantasy archetype than the classical (tortured
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