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Nation of Blaze

Nation of Blaze The country is leaderless The queen is gone and hope is failing Morghiad must find The Fireblade again if he is to secure his home and his heart but the path will not be an easy one to tread New enem

  • Title: Nation of Blaze
  • Author: H.O. Charles
  • ISBN: -
  • Page: 277
  • Format: None
  • The country is leaderless The queen is gone and hope is failing Morghiad must find The Fireblade again if he is to secure his home and his heart, but the path will not be an easy one to tread New enemies will rise to battle him as he battles with himself, and the most fearsome woman in history will continue to produce her army of blood hungry eisiels Will The FirebladeThe country is leaderless The queen is gone and hope is failing Morghiad must find The Fireblade again if he is to secure his home and his heart, but the path will not be an easy one to tread New enemies will rise to battle him as he battles with himself, and the most fearsome woman in history will continue to produce her army of blood hungry eisiels Will The Fireblade be the same as before Will she aid him Danger looms from all corners of this Nation of Blaze.Volume 2 of The Fireblade Array Contains Glossary of Terms

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      Published :2020-07-18T04:02:02+00:00

    About "H.O. Charles"

    1. H.O. Charles

      H.O Charles is author of The Fireblade Array a 2 best selling series across Kindle, iBooks and BN Nook in the Sci Fi and Fantasy categories 1 would just be showing off, right Okay, it did hit 1 in Epic Fantasy in all those places BUT DON T TELL ANYONE.Though born in Northern England, Charles now resides in a white house in Sussex and sounds like a southerner Charles has spent many years at various academic institutions, and cut short writing a PhD in favour of writing about swords and sorcery instead Hobbies include being in the sea, being by the sea and eating things that come out of the sea Walks with a very naughty rough collie puppy also take up much of Charles time.

    476 Comments

    1. I am in love with this series!!! I came across the first book by chance on a site advertising free e-books, and I devoured it in a matter of days. I didn't think the story line could get any better but Nation of Blaze has surpassed my expectations. My emotions are spent - Charles has mastered the art of making the reader want to know mored cliff hangers! Talk about cliff hangers!I am going to need a few days to let my emotions get back in check, and then it is time to start book 3!! I can't wait [...]


    2. 3.5 stars. So, this was my 2nd attempt at this book. Last time I put it down with only 150 pgs left. This 2nd time was almost a repeat of the same.Nation of Blaze frustrated me. It felt sooo long and drawn out. It took me 9 DAYS to get through which is a major indication of how often I chose to do other things besides read. A TON of stuff happens to move the story along in the last 100 pages or so which was kind of ironic since I almost gave up again right before things pick up. I think the auth [...]


    3. The second book in this incredible series is no less thrilling than the first. It's every bit as unpredictable, addictive and vivid. From the first page to the last I was hooked and come the final chapter I was left desperate to lay hands on the next book.If you've read the City of Blaze and think the second book can't possibly compare then think again - Nation is amazing. In it, we get to delve far deeper into Artemi's past yet we're still left guessing and wanting more as Charles throws in som [...]


    4. I was looking forward to reading this book and it did not disappoint, I was expecting more of Silar's character in this book but there wasn't much, although its only because I loved his character in the first book, City of Blaze. It was quiet slow going in the first half, but the second half was fast paced and it leaves you wanting more and more. Loved the storyline and a fantastic ending once again.


    5. It felt like this 2nd book was more like the 2nd half of the first book I thoroughly enjoyed it all the same!At times it was a little disjointed for me, time skips here and there and jumps forward a great deal.The world building continued to remain strong and the characters developed well.I found myself cheering them on, laughing with them and wanting to pound heads on walls alongside them. Very much looking forward to starting the next book right away!!!!


    6. This series suddenly got very good, the author starts revealing more of the back story and a dozen twists to keep the whole thing very interesting.Makes you want more of Artemi and Morghiad although some of the other original characters could do with a bit more fleshing out too.Makes me wanna get hold of book 3, like right away. Well done H.O.!


    7. Still reading but I just have to say at this point , Selieni, how I loath her she is selfish and infuriatingI cannot stand her, and she believes to be the perfect one also wanting to help Artemi and knowing Artemi will be in pain she reveles in it she is not the person I thought she would grow up in. As long as Selieni is happy. does not matter that she hurts people in the process


    8. Omg im so emotional i so want to believe that he will come back in the next books please tell me he comes back?!?!! but other than that this is an amazing book and cant wait to get my hands and the next one!


    9. These books take a lot of concentrating to read, the world in the book is not like ours at all. There are a lot of new terms, but at least there is a glossary in the books to help with that. Otherwise, excellent series.


    10. Just as good as the first, battles, magic, intrigue, destruction, fighting. Awesome. Just a highly entertaining well written read. On to book three in the series.



    11. I an in aweI love falling deeply into a story and this second book is longer as the story needs to be said. Already starting book three


    12. Couldn't put it downLoved the story. Some parts I felt were glossed over and her timeline, sometimes was confusing but it is definitely a good read




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