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Score: 6.8/10  [1 review]
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ProdID: 1289 - The Firebird's Vengeance - Isavalta Trilogy Book 3
Written by Sarah Zettel

The Firebird's Vengeance - Isavalta Trilogy Book 3
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"You will pay for this," screamed the Firebird. "Life and blood and realm I will have from you."

Thirty years ago the Empress of Isavalta imprisoned the terrible Firebird in a cage wrought with gold, magic and blood. She succeeded in saving her realm, but at a harsh price: the life of her loyal sorcerer, Avanasy.

Now, with the Empress's death, the Firebird has been freed, and its desire for revenge in unquenchable. Avanasy's daughter, Bridget, is warned by the Vixen, a great spirit-power, of the Firebird's coming attack. But the Vixen also brings other, equally disturbing news: that Anna, the daughter Bridget buried as an infant nine years ago, is in fact still alive.

Bridget is torn between her duty to defend her adopted homeland and her desperate longing to find her child. But she is not the only one with an interest in the girl. Bridget is the daughter of two sorcerers, as is Anna herself. Such a child is likely to be possessed of extraordinary powers. Powers that might be harnessed to save an empire - or to destroy one.

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This Review: 6.8/10
Value for Money:
Score 6 out of 10
Level of Realism:
Score 8 out of 10
Rereadability:
Score 8 out of 10
Lose Track of Time:
Score 5 out of 10

This was a bit of a strange book to read. Technically it isn't totally dependant on the previous two books, so it shouldn't have mattered that I hadn't read one and two - in theory. Unfortunately I found it quite hard to get into, and I think it would have made a difference to have a bit of history. Hence my strange ratings - I think that re-reading it after the first two in the series could prove to be quite entertaining, but at this stage I didn't particularly enjoy the experience. Zettel is a very interesting writer, and the characters were unusual enough to catch my attention - although some could have used a little development. Overall I think that the series itself seems like it could be really good, I just recommend that it be read as a whole.

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