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Fire And Sword (Keys of Power #2)

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In the second novel of this exciting trilogy, Lynan, the youngest prince, begins to gather an army, vowing to drive his homeland into civil war. In the meantime, his half-sister Areava has been crowned queen of Grenda Lear. The only thing they can both be certain of is that there will be a reckoning between them-one that will threaten all of Grenda Lear...
Paperback, 432 pages
Published March 2nd 2004 by DAW (first published 2001)
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Jan 22, 2016 Dan rated it really liked it
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May 15, 2013 Samantha rated it it was amazing
The first book was good; this one was way better. While the first book easily targeted "black and white" characters, Fire and Sword complicates these distinctions. I'm looking forward to the last in the series.
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Mar 07, 2013 Tracy Curtis rated it really liked it
After reading Mr. Brown's first book, Inheritance, I was looking forward to reading this. This book continues the quest of Prince Lynan who has now secured support for his cause. Unfortunately, many of the complaints I had in his first book continues here as well. There are a lot of editing errors that are a bit annoying but I was able to ignore those simply because I enjoyed the story so much. I noticed timeline inconsistencies in the story more in this book but it was not a great leap for me t ...more
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not as good as the first book. I think that it had more swearing in it.
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