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Blade of Fire by Stuart Hill
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Feb 09, 14

bookshelves: adventure, fantasy, teen-series, vampires-shifters-zombies-oh-my
Read in October, 2010

The second book in The Icemark Chronicles. Almost twenty years have passed since Oskan and Queen Thirrin defeated the evil General Bellorum and the Polypontian army. Now they threaten the Icemark again and Thirrin, Oskan, their allies, and their children must rally once again to save the Icemark and its people from death and slavery. Their youngest child Sharley, crippled from a childhood disease, is being sent away to lead those from the Icemark who are being sent into exile in the South. Sharley can't help but feel he is being sent away because no one believes he is capable of fighting. His father prophesied that he would return with a blade of fire, and Oskan's prophecies are never wrong. But what is the blade of fire and how can a crippled boy save his people? A better and more exciting book than the first.
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