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The Phoenix Unchained (Enduring Flame Series #1)
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The Phoenix Unchained (Enduring Flame Series #1)

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by Mercedes Lackey
 

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New York Times and USA Today bestselling authors Mercedes Lackey and James Mallory first teamed up to write The Obsidian Trilogy, set in a wondrous world filled with magical beings, competing magic systems, and a titanic struggle between good and evil. That world proved so popular with the creators and readers alike that Lackey and Mallory have

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The Phoenix Unchained (Enduring Flame Series #1) 4.2 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 72 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I luv it
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This book had a ready different feel than the first series which is one thing that made it just as original as the last ones. I just hatred the end of this book. Kind of a "screw it, I have a deadline to meet, lets cram in an ending". Other than that, it's a really amazing book and i can't wait to get the next one.
kelron More than 1 year ago
Very good book, thoroughly enjoyed it.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I thoroughly enjoyed the Obsidian Trilogy. The story line was epic in proportion. The main characters grew from "normal" to "heroic" with each succeeding chapter. I savored every page of the final book because I did not want the adventure to end. I eagerly awaited the release of the Enduring Flame series so that the wonderful adventure could continue... THE PHOENIX UNCHAINED was a terrible disappointment. There was no Life or Death struggle. There was no believable threat of imminent doom. The story line was almost mundane. The characters were somewhat likable and boring. The villain was non-threatening. I was saddened that the authors chose to bridge the two series with the deaths of some favorite characters from the first series. I would gladly have waited for the release of this book to give the authors and editors more time to refine this sequel. This new series could be recommended for very young adult readers who would be too frightened by a more intense story line. However, I believe that the younger readers would loose interest very quickly.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Just like all of her books I found it difficult to put down as the story kept pulling me in
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