Anomaly of Blaze (Volume 3 of The Fireblade Array)

Anomaly of Blaze (Volume 3 of The Fireblade Array)

by H. O. Charles

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BN ID: 2940033115693
Publisher: Idol: a Tree
Publication date: 03/12/2012
Series: Fireblade Array , #3
Sold by: Smashwords
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 318,762
File size: 1 MB
Age Range: 18 Years

About the Author

H.O. Charles was born in Northern England, but now resides in a beige house in Suffolk. Charles has spent many years at various academic institutions, and really ought to get on with writing a PhD, but frequently becomes distracted by writing fantasy fiction instead. Hobbies include being in the sea, being by the sea and eating things that come out of the sea.

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Anomaly of Blaze (Volume 3 of The Fireblade Array) 4.3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 8 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I loved this book just as much as the first two. I so hope there is another one. I read this one in 3 days lol. Please please write some more. I absolutly love these characters. I want to hear more even about the wolf Tanner. If you are reading this to see if you want to get the book, do it you won,t be disapointed.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This was a little weaker than the first two but for three bucks it is worth it for sure! If a fan of the first two this book will keep you on the edge of your seat and you will not want to put it down think i finished the thousand page book in less than a week! If theres a fourth count me in!
InkspelledFaery More than 1 year ago
WARNING AND DISCLAIMER: Some spoilers for previous books in the series. Also, this book contains mature themes and is NOT YOUNG ADULT. I…have many emotions regarding this series. The books are huge, the timelines covered in each installment can span for decades, and the author most likely stays up late thinking “how can I hurt these characters next?” The plot: This book picks up just a few days after the end of the previous installment with a grieving Artemi and her children. Again, there is the same story style that takes on more of a chronicle/episodic format that your usual plot arch. There might be years lapsed between chapters, but in a world where old age doesn’t exist, the characters all stick around. I admit I panicked a few times in reading this. I did not see the twist about who Morghiad’s reincarnated self thought Artemi was and once that was revealed…well, I can see how he would be upset over her trying to seduce him. The characters: There were a few times I wanted to upside Artemi with a good smack, but not for the reasons the other characters did. I suppose she’s entitled to make mistakes, but she should have taken a cue from how Morghiad dealt with her back when she didn’t remember him. Just give the dude some space! I freaked out when Morghiad came back, especially when we started seeing things in his POV. I had no idea what the hell was wrong with him or where he got all these outlandish theories. To make matters worse, he never fully explains anything until BOOM we’re in big trouble and he’s about to make the biggest mistake of both his lives. Still…he’s my favorite character and darling little cabbage. To be brutal, I do not like Silar. He started to redeem himself to me in book 2, but he’s pretty much fixated with Artemi and it only appears to be getting worse. At this rate, in two or three books he’ll be the new super villain/stalker that’s obsessed with her. Seriously, the poor slob needs to find a new girl or a new hobby or hard core therapy before this gets out of hand. Morghiad and Artemi’s children, particularly the older two, can take all the
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I read the first few pages and skipped to the last third of the book. Now i can't wait to read everything i skipped, although i confess to being rather tempted to read the next in the series first. With each book i love this series more. The book gets only four stars because i havent found myself re-reading any of the books yet. Still after three long books, it is certain i will be looking to this author for other stories apart from this series.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Book was great and kept along the lines of the previous two books but was very predictable.
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lgh50 More than 1 year ago
Great books,waiting on #4!