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The Burning Boy (The Wildewood Chronicles)

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The Camp of the Enchanter, Gascony: 1273 AD

High above the awestruck crowds, Azim the feathered boy performs. But there are those who covet this strangely gifted familiar.

Fleeing Acre in the company of the enchanter Maleficius, Miles of Wildewood and young squire Edmund work their passage among the performing misfits and wild beasts. As outraged clergy call for the hereti
Kindle Edition, 74 pages
Published March 13th 2015 by Twisted Ink Publishing
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Sep 01, 2016 Anne rated it it was amazing
A great novella so well written can't wait for more from this excellent writer.
Claire Stibbe
May 16, 2015 Claire Stibbe rated it it was amazing
B.A. Morton yet again holds readers in her thrall and does an excellent job of evoking the look and feel of the period. We are immediately dipped into the subterfuge and manipulation of Maleficius, the great enchanter. In this story, he brings a bizarre cavalcade to town and with it rumors of fire-breathing giants and daring dwarves. But there’s one act that fascinates them all, a small boy in a feathered costume scurrying along a tightrope twenty feet from the ground. Some are convinced the boy ...more
This third novella is more of the back story of Miles of Wildewood and his time spent traveling with Maleficous and his troupe. It was interesting and once again B.A. Morton's writing draws me right into the story. As I said in the other Wildewood reviews I really want to read the conclusion to the first book. I hope that is in the works and is out soon.
Paul Trembling
Jan 27, 2016 Paul Trembling rated it it was amazing
In this third story in the series, Miles of Wildewood is making his way home, but finds he is still surrounded by complex plots and devious enemies. Unfortunately, Miles doesn't do complex or devious very well. His preference is for quick solutions carried out with his sword. This tension between Miles character and the situations he finds himself in drive these stories along at a rattling pace. You can feel his frustration sometimes, especially when his friends are in danger or his enemies are ...more
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