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When they trimmed the numbers down again through fights, and offscreen deaths , and we got a bit of an info dump, this settled back down into the same good story as in the first half. I would have also liked to have seen a bit more done with the book's "villain" Gaston he borders on being the 'big bad' of the book, and a side-quest threat. Particularly his relationship to the boy Carver--granted, I'm a sucker for mentor-student relationships, so it's probably just me who felt it was rushed. I'm hoping for view spoiler [Carver's return with Sigmund.

Maybe I'll get that father-son relationship there! XD hide spoiler ] The biggest disappointment, and the only one that left me scowling, would probably be the ending. Kaijin reaching his destination, and his deal with the Firelord was all well and good, but I'm talking specifically about Zaraya and her fate. When the novel spends so much time view spoiler [building up a possible romance between her and the oblivious Kaijin, having Zaraya dropped like a bad egg in the last chapter for a random new girl we've just met was jarring.

I'm crossing my fingers for her return in book three, so she can sweep Kaijin away, but it's looking like the new girl is it. I am all on board for book 3 when it's released. View 2 comments. Dec 03, Josef Hernandez rated it liked it. Joey Harrelson rated it it was amazing Nov 04, Veth rated it liked it Jun 04, Kyle rated it liked it Apr 04, Joseph Ajayi rated it liked it Sep 17, Vince Page rated it liked it Jun 26, Kravix rated it it was ok Jun 18, Ida rated it it was amazing Oct 02, Lawrence O'boyle rated it really liked it Feb 15, Debbie rated it really liked it Feb 03, Steve rated it liked it May 12, Alex rated it really liked it Feb 19, Xephon rated it it was amazing Mar 16, Glyndon Peters rated it it was amazing Sep 04, Kibayami rated it it was amazing Feb 27, Igors rated it liked it May 31, Ilos rated it liked it Jun 14, Aasif Edoo rated it liked it May 07, Santhosh Shekar rated it liked it Sep 11, Grado rated it it was ok May 05, Dustin New rated it did not like it Dec 30, Dane rated it it was amazing Apr 20, The author did a great job at describing this vivid world to the reader, and I could definitely picture everything in my head.

It's one world that I would love to visit! I was captivated the entire time by the world - it seemed so beautiful and mysterious throughout the book, and I absolutely loved that. And our characters are equally as great! Kaijin was a great main character, and I loved getting to know him and his backstory. Fire is pretty epic. And the way his inner flames spark to life was super, super awesome.

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I was definitely impressed of how the author mixed that into the story and made it fantastic. Overall, Firebrand is a must-read for fantasy lovers. Think Game of Thrones for teens. It was absolutely wonderful! Sep 15, Sarah Wilson rated it really liked it Shelves: I liked it alright, and might read the sequel is there a sequel?

I think it's a bit bizarre that he never once visited his parents or brother in all those years, even though they lived in the same city. For some reason that's the big issue I have with this book, lol. View 2 comments. Aug 12, Jericho Eames rated it really liked it Shelves: the-ones-i-have.

The story, though slow at the start, was pretty good. Kaijin always is the curious boy and Jarial is a cold-hearted son of a gun. I am undecided on how fast the story came to a close, honestly, I've not read a book so fast since Divergent. I think it's not bad. Ah memories…. May 27, Jace Ferguson rated it liked it.

This is a well written and edited story. The pacing is a bit awkward. It starts off slow, but starts to take large jumps in time and then speeds through the ending. Overall, the story was good and the pacing awkwardness is easy to overlook. Aug 29, Angela demonsangel Fitzgerald rated it it was amazing Shelves: audible-audio-book. Review will be posted on Audible. Libby rated it really liked it May 06, Grado rated it it was ok Mar 31, Kravix rated it it was ok Jun 18, Ashley Davis rated it really liked it Feb 23, Virtualreader rated it it was ok May 07, Stephanie rated it liked it Mar 31, James rated it liked it Jul 12, Tim rated it liked it Aug 11, Gus rated it it was amazing Nov 27, Veth rated it liked it May 27, Ida rated it it was amazing Dec 09, Puri rated it liked it Apr 25, Xephon rated it it was amazing Mar 16, Andrew rated it liked it May 18, Dustin New rated it did not like it Dec 30, Dugu rated it liked it Jul 27, Alex rated it liked it Feb 19, Joseph Ajayi rated it liked it Sep 17, Kraizen Chaikaew rated it it was ok Feb 27, Steve rated it liked it May 11, There are no discussion topics on this book yet.

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Other books in the series. The Pyromancer Trilogy 3 books. Books by R. Trivia About Firebrand The Py Mint in Plastic Sleeve. Fine in fine dw, with slipcase. Signed by Authors on Limitation Page. De Camp, L. Fine in pictorial wrappers with proof dustjacket in mylar. Fantasy novel of Eron by Deitz. Love story taking place in a distant, bizarre future. Story of a future armageddon. Covers slightly worn, soiled. One of 77 copies. Fine edition, no dw as issued.

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Fine Hardcover, no dw as issued. Early story by Dick about a man who discovers all of Earth is encompassed in a gargantuan eye. With minor wear along spine and edges, previous owner's stamp on top edge. Dick, Vol. Worn at hinges and edges. Light crease in front cover.

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Spine bumped at head and tail. Otherwise, VG in wrappers.

Hinges and edges slightly worn, spine bumped at head and lightly scuffed, otherwise near fine in wrappers. Spine is cocked ow VG in plastic protective cover. Fine in wrapper. Ace Double. Fine First Printing. One of 51 copies of the Publisher's edition. Disch Disch, Thomas M. Two-hundred and seventy ninth copy out of five-hundred copy limited edition.

Overall fine and in mylar jacket cover. An anthology of political forebodings. Numbered down to 1 on final page. Fine First Ballantine Trade Edition. Lightly sunned ow Fine in paper wrappers. Typed Manuscript. Hand corrected by Robert Asprin and Lynn Abbey. The Worm Ouroboros has some fore edges lightly rubbed, mild scuffing on front cover, light bump at top fore edge of front cover causing mild crease, a few very faint creases to spine, the other volumes have light edge wear, and rubbed corners, a few spots of scuffing, Mistress has a faint crease on spine, otherwise the set is very good, bright covers and nice, square bindings.

First White Wolf Edition. Edgeworks vol. Recollections and essays by Ellison exploring the origins and history of his work as well as his life. Fine Magazine. Cover illustration from Croatoan. Limited First Edition. Book Club edition. Dustwrapper has minor edgewear and rubbing and slight soiling, otherwise Fine in Near Fine dw. Fine hardcover edition, both volumes together in slipcase. Spine on jacket is sunned. Fine in DW and slipcase. Fabian Fabian, Stephen E. Some wrinkling to corners, otherwise fine in mylar jacket cover. Spine has a faint reading crease, otherwise a great looking volume.

Fine First Edition Paperback. Adventures during the Cold war on Mars. As New. Galleys are a bit yellowed, but are encased along with the paperback in protective yellow folding traycase. Paperback is in fine condition. Fine and in mylar jacket cover. Uncorrected Advanced Proof of Flewelling's new Nightrunner novel in green wrappers. Cover bears a line-art arch with a contrived celtic pattern. Collector's Edition. Proof copy of the new novel by the author of Contraband.

Pictorial dw creased but not torn, covers slightly soiled. Hinges of covers beginning to separate. Pages browned with some chips. Still good in protective plastic sleeve. Signed by Freas with his usual silver pen. Photographs available at request. First Paperback Printing. And Greenberg, Martin H. Signed by Author on Front Free Endpaper.

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Fine in black wrapper with title printed on spine, with a fine dust wrapper proof folded around it. Sold together with Bantam's publicity portfolio, with reviews and a photgraph of Gibson. Sunned lightly ow Fine in paper wrappers. Illustrated by Tim Kirk. Soiling on foredges, otherwise Near Fine in wrappers, with proof of dustwrapper which is edgeworn and worn at hinges and folds. Webb, Wendy Ed. And Thomas P. Hadley H. A Dig Allen space adventure. Corners worn. Uncorrect Proof. Black cloth binding with gilt on spine, still very bright. Some darkening around edges of jacket, price sticker on upper inside corner, wonderful cover illustration in aqua and black.

Spine cocked. Meeson's Will Haggard, H. Personally signed by author. The book is in fine condition. Slipcover is very soiled, stained and worn. Hall's classic novel of parallel worlds. With minor edgewear and soiling on back cover. In custom cloth traycase.

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Publicity letter laid in. Includes the stories, 'Magic, Inc. Robert A. Barnes Edwin James John D. MacDonald Arthur C. Edges have some rubbing and a few small chips, head and tail of spine have some tears and wear, still very presentable in protective plastic sleeve. DPL An excellent volume, very presentable. Fine cloth bound with slipcase slightly dusty and scuffed , no dw as issued. Fine in wrappers and in protective plastic cover. Dustwrapper has 1 in. Creased at hinges, stain at top cover, edgewear, worn corners, dog-ear crease at bottom corner, pages yellowed.

In plastic protective cover. Fine leather bound with leather slipcase, no dw as issued. Fine leather bound, no dw as issued. Jeter, K. Fine in slightly rubbed dw. Adder Jeter, K. Fine First Edition. Etchison, C. Willeford, L. De Camp, and others. This edition is limited to copies. Excellent in slipcase.

With stories by Ursula K. Dw slightly darkened. Early Koontz story of a rutheless, efficient cyberdetective in a turbulent future. Spine lightly sunned, one crease to front cover. Water damage along bottom edge and near halfway up 25 pages and tiny red smudge.

Small pen inscription on fly. Old No. Good Condition.

First paperback of the sensual and profane story of a woman's seduction and enslavement by a computer named Proteus. Spine is creased, slightly worn at the corners and spine. Otherwise a very presentable volume. First hardcover edition. Fine in fine dw, with pictorial slipcase.

Dw has heavy edgewear, book itself is near fine. Previous owner's inscription on title page. Third Printing. Tail of spine slightly cocked, otherwise fine.

Jacket fore edges lightly rubbed, otherwise fine. Some mild black abd brown staining on spine and at top of front, cloth edge. Light wear at corners. Mild foxing on top and fore-edge page blocks. Jacket has sunning on the spine. Chipped at both ends of spine. All corners are chipped. Two closed tears at head of spine.

Moisture stain at top of back panel. Light wear at fore-edges, along the top edge, and along edges of spine. Two tiny brown spots on spine. Otherwise very good and in mylar jacket cover. Fine in maroon cloth, with replica of signature stamped in gold on front cover. Review copy, slip laid in. Dw has slight edgewear at head of spine, ow fine in near fine dw. Kelly, D. Morrell, and Ed Gorman.

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The return of King Arthur, by the author of Grail. Sample dw slightly bumped at head. Fine in pictorial hardcover. Fine in patterned cloth with pictorial paper-covered boards. Ling, Josh; Sansweet, Stephen J. Fine in pictorial wrapper. Limited Signed Edition. Fine in Fine dw. Previous owner's stick folded over spine and onto front cover, fore edge corners lightly bumped, head of spine mildly bumped, otherwise fine ; Inventory -- For Sale Galaxys End Lupoff, Richard A.

Fine in paper wrappers; Inventory -- For Sale Countersolar! Lupoff, Richard A. With publisher's letter and reveiw plate laid-in. Signed and Inscribed. Mages just can't stop spreading through the universe. Fine in black cloth with gilt lettering. Review Copy. McAuley, Paul J. Fine softcover with pictorial proof dw.

McCaffrey, Anne; Stirling, S. Water damage to bottom edge of rear cover effecting last few pages does not effect text , spine and edges are lightly rubbed, small chip to head of spine, interior is very clean and volume is otherwise in very good condition. Previous owner's intials on front free endpaper, spine has light reading crease, light rubbing to edges and sides of spine, interior is very clean and volume is otherwise in very good condition.

Deluxe Edition. Small dirt mark on top foredge, ow near fine in pictorial wrapper. Fine in silver leather with blue and purple stamping, with blue leather slipcase. McIntyre, Vonda N. Dw has some slight small creases and edgewear, ow fine condition. Fine in mylar jacket protector. Blaylock, B. Aldiss, and Coyote. A fine copy. Explains the original legend of the woman warriors of the plateau of Candar. Inscribed by Modesitt on title page 'Marc -- Angels fall also. Includes cassette and T-shirt.