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Leaves of Flame

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 6, 2012


    As good if not better than the first book

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 22, 2012

    Fans of epic fantasy will enjoy the excellent world-building, po

    Fans of epic fantasy will enjoy the excellent world-building, political intrigue, and vivid battle sequences that highlight Tate's sequel to Well of Sorrows. Although Colin's humanity is slowly eroding under the influence of the dark magic to which he was exposed as a boy, he remains a sympathetic character, actively striving to protect the world and the three races that inhabit it - human, dwarren, and Alvritshai. The stakes for all get higher, with a lot of fast-paced, game-changing action in the final third of Leaves of Flame. But you'll have to wait until the next book to see how it all plays out as this one ends on a cliffhanger!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 9, 2012

    His best so far...

    This book moves amazingly well for a middle chapter. It of course sets up for the third and final act, but until the last 50 pages or so it reads as a great stand alone book. I'm really curious to see how the resolution is going to fit into one more book. Colin is a strong hero but is still human enough and has weaknesses so he doesn't fall into the Superman (have to invent a weakness) trap.

    While the colonization aspect has been played down from the first book, there is still an echo of new world feel and hinting that the old world will play more importantly in the finale.

    I really like a book if I want to be the hero and I get a genuine distasted for the antagonists. For his third straight book, the author (also published as Josh Palmatier) has made me feel that way. If you like fantasy or exploration, I think you'll like both books in the Well series.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 10, 2012

    Wonderfully writen

    I couldn't put this book down and am waiting for the next one to be written.

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