Into the Fire

Into the Fire

by Patrick Hester

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Product Details

BN ID: 2940157237127
Publisher: WordFire Press
Publication date: 01/30/2017
Series: Samantha Kane , #1
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 349
File size: 492 KB

About the Author

Patrick Hester is an author, blogger, 2013 & 2014 Hugo Award Winner, podcast producer, and all around Functional Nerd. He writes Science Fiction and Fantasy available in several anthologies and ebooks, and his latest novel, SAMANTHA KANE: INTO THE FIRE, is coming in 2016 from WordFire Press. He is @atfmb on Twitter and Facebook, where he talks about all things writing, gaming, music and nerd-life that amuse him. He produces the multi-Parsec Nominated Functional Nerds podcast, and produced and hosted the Hugo Award winning podcast for nearly 7 years, and produced ‘I Should Be Writing‘, the podcast for wannabe fiction writers created/hosted by 2013 Campbell Award Winner Mur Lafferty, for several years.
He maintains a twice-monthly column for the Kirkus Reviews blog, writes for his own sites and, for the Pikes Peak Writers blog and various other websites and blogs.
He is a Scrivener guru and teaches several classes to writers throughout the year.

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Into the Fire 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
TJH0 More than 1 year ago
I don't normally read Urban Fantasy. I have tried several times and don’t usually enjoyed it. Patrick Hester’s “Into the Fire” was different. I thoroughly enjoyed it. The pacing was good and I never got bored. There were enough twists and turns that I got wrong to keep it interesting. I also liked Hester’s take on Vampires and other mythical creatures. I am excited for the next book in the series.
Goblynpunk More than 1 year ago
Patrick Hester's "Into the Fire" hooked me from the beginning. Mr Hester's writing style is excellent; fast-paced, clean, and detailed enough to immerse the reader in the world without drowning him or her in trivialities. The plot is also interesting and well-constructed, containing enough turns and twists to keep me uncertain of the outcome until the climax. If I have one complaint, its that all the characters seem very familiar to the genre, from the impulsive, plucky protagonist to the cynical, world-weary mentor. Fortunately, this is the first book in what appears to be a series, and Mr. Hester has world enough and time to further deepen and develop the characters. Summation: A good, solid first installment. Based on the strength of "Into the Fire", I wouldn't hesitate to buy the next book in the series.