In a direct follow-up to her fourth book in the Brimstone Angels series, Fire in the Blood, Erin M. Evans thrusts her signature character, Farideh, into a fast-paced murder mystery rife with political intrigue.
In the wake of the war brought on by the Sundering, Farideh's adopted father, Mehen, has been called back by the clan that cast him out, and Farideh and Havilar mean to go with him. Just as Mehen confronts the head of his former clan, a clutch of young dragonborn is found in the catacombs brutally murdered, an infernal summoning circle that looks all too familiar to Farideh nearby.
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loved the book wasn't a fan of the reader. When she spoke draconic it was a little too robotic.
I've listened to several of her books and I am very impressed with the arc of her story lines and the diversity of her characters
"Ashes of the tyrant"
This is quite good here. The only thing lacking was a frame to put it in. Basically you need to read the other books. I still enjoyed it. The interplay of characters was interesting.
So, I've loved the serie so far. And IMHO it keeps getting better and better. If were to try to explain why, I'd probably give to much away (really, a review doesn't have to be summary). Tension is high, my expectations of the next instalment are ridiculous... Erin, just keep doing what you're doing.
Dina Pearlman does a more than acceptable job narrating, she's consistent, has a good feel for the atmosphere and I get the feeling she's secretly loving the Draconic swearing...
"Excellent book "
Also a great book. While very much influenced by the anthropology background of the author
"MORE! PLEASE, MORE!!"
Everything. I have read or listened to all the available Brimstone Angels novels, and I absolutely love them all. I just wish Audibles still had the first two books available to buy:-((
EVERYTHING. Its edge of your seat stuff, and leaves you breathlessly wanting more.
Ms Pearlman does an excellent job of narrating these books, giving richness, drama and humour to these wonderful stories. I admire her command of the Draconic tongue. Not at all easy to speak. I hope she managed to get the knots out of her tongue, and I hope that she will be available to narrate any future Brimstone Angel books.
There were many laugh out loud moments in this, and the other Brimstone Angels books, and I was gripping the edge of my seat when certain characters came face to face.
I really hope Audibles will consider reinstalling the first two books in this awesome series. I know they can be read individually, but I for one would love to have the whole series to listen to.
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