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Firedancer by S.A. Bolich
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Sep 12, 11

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Read in August, 2011

Okay, I can't honestly rate this because I wrote it. I will say, based on extensive workshop feedback from readers and the reactions of those who have heard parts of it read aloud, it has a decent idea, well executed. For those of you anxious because it is small press, it was edited by Irene Radford, and I myself am previously published, in pro venues at that.

Read and enjoy the story of Jetta, a failed Dancer who secretly suspects the power of the Firedance is failing as well against the Ancient, the elemental fire at the heart of the world. Sent along with the most inept journeyman in all of the Fire Clans to a remote mountain village, she discovers that this backwater may actually be the flashpoint of an unstoppable battle against the Ancient's ravening desire to escape into the free air. And, just to really make her day, Jetta discovers that Annam Vale is full of Windriders, masters of air, the very substance the Ancient most craves. With disaster poised on every stray breeze, Jetta cannot afford to fail, or the whole world will learn the meaning of firestorm...

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