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Scion's Blood (The Chronicles of Firma #2)

3.91 of 5 stars 3.91  ·  rating details  ·  32 ratings  ·  5 reviews
Trouble is brewing all over Firma. Three years have passed since Rokey and his companions saved the Brotherhood of the Noble Contemplative from infiltration by the evil Order of the Bone. In the kingdom of Duncileer, palace unrest and the threat of war rattle the peace of mind of the gentle giant, Lorq, his wife Kyzee and their two-year-old son, Broq. Fia, feeling restless...more
Paperback, 388 pages
Published November 30th 2007 by Glynworks Publishing (first published January 1st 2007)
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This sequel to “Orphan’s Quest” took me longer to get into, but it was well worth it. It was slow for me not because it isn’t a great story, but because I knew our happy couple was going to separate. I was happy when Flash and Rokey decided to marry. I liked them together. That’s not to say I don’t understand that the first few years of a marriage can be difficult, with doubts and insecurities. And certainly a clever enemy would take advantage of such an opportunity. But, I didn’t want it to hap...more
In the second book of the Chronicles of Firma three years have passed since the events in book one and we find Rokey and Flash living as a married couple at Elfwood. Rokey tries under the tutelage of the Elfmages to master his great magical abilities and starts to neglect his husband over this task. Flash feels abandoned,useless and confined and thinks Rokey doesn´t love him as much as he thought. Their problems increase and heeding the advice of a not so well meaning friend Rokey finally decide...more
I really liked the first one, but I wish I'd stopped there. The nice romantic glow is utterly destroyed for me (I get little if any satisfaction from the lovers reunited at the end) and the plot felt like a lot of boring running around to me.
The second book in the Chronicles of Firma trilogy leaves this reader eager for the final chapter.
Alexander Draganov
The book has a very slow beginning, but once the adventure begins it is very interesting.
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