Sep 1, The Paperback of the Fire Arrow: The Second Song of Eirren by Edith Pattou at Barnes & Noble. FREE Shipping on $ or more!. Read Fire Arrow by Edith Pattou by Edith Pattou by Edith Pattou for free with a 30 day free trial. Read eBook on the web, iPad, iPhone and Android. In the sequel to “Hero’s Song,” Brie finds her birthright: a magic arrow that uses flame to destroy its targets. The arrow encourages Brie to carry out her vow.

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Amazon Inspire Digital Educational Resources. At the deathbed of her beloved nursemaid, Brie learns of her birthright, a golden arrow given her mother by Brie’s mysterious great-grandmother. It doesn’t possess many flaws but the paattou, settings, and plots seem redolent of other works.

A fantasy novel I edited back xrrow the dawn of time. I would definitely recommend this book- it’s a good, solid fantasy, even on it’s own.

It introduces a bunch of new characters,and reveals something very surprising about Brie and her family. I have been going from chat room to chat room, and club to club, searching for someone who has read Hero’s Song or Fire Arrow. I liked the plot, but found Brie a little boring. Learn more about Erith Giveaway. However, the thing that got me most about this book was the writing style, so I don’t know if it would have made a difference.

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She also expands Brie from a stereotyped woman warrior into a more three-dimensional character, and is able to make the conflict seem more epic and patrou than ever before. Still, it was enjoyable and I did love the slow romance between the two leads.

It didn’t last very long and the evil being was killed too soon. At the same time, Pattou’s energetic imagination has allowed her to create many memorable characters and scenes that are vivid and lively editb will appeal to many fantasy readers. Because she’s not trying to play with their emotions.

Her writing is wonderful and the story-telling is classic. Brie, the main character who wa Edith Pattou’s East is one my favorite multiple POV novels; yet as engaging as that book was, the shorter works of the Songs of Eirren series? School Library Journal Review Gr Brie, the archer who accompanied Collun on his adventures in Hero’s Song Harcourt,returns to continue her story in this action-packed sequel.

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Would have liked to see breo and collun’s relationship would have gone after the battle. Share your thoughts with other customers.

This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. Partly I like it because it has nothing to do with dystopian fiction, a genre I am getting quite tired of! Heck, I read it before I read the first one, and although I missed a few things, honestly, I enjoyed all the characters much better in this one than the first. After finishing it, there was certainly hope for another book!

At the deathbed of her beloved nursemaid, Brie learns of her birthright, a golden arrow given her mother by Brie’s mysterious great-grandmother. September 1, Sold by: Please try again later.


She has feminine fealings and emotions. This is more of a meandering journey that happens to end in a much bigger climax than killing a single Wyrme. Feb 11, Charity rated it liked it. I loved how Brie actually became a woman. I would have loved to have started off with the first. I felt like this book was sort of lost and meandering around and they just so happened to do the things they needed to do.

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Fire arrow : the second song of Eirren

It wasn’t as good as the first one. See all 19 reviews. Jul 02, Jo Oehrlein rated it liked it. The ending sounded like there will be another book. It also brings back her strong desire for revenge against the Scathians who killed her father, including a one-eyed man. Not Enabled Screen Reader: All in all this is an interesting cap to the duology.

Firee it’s a different kingdom, it shows a lot of the life of ordinary people, from sheepherders to farmers to fishers, and even the magic that sparks in some of those people has a rather ordinary feel to it.