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Martyr’s Fire by Sigmund Brouwer December 16, 2013

Filed under: Book Reviews,Monday Musings — Melissa Finnegan @ 12:27 pm
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martyer's fire

Martyr’s Fire


Sigmund Brower

About the book:

Will this dangerous quest lead the outcast Orphan King toward an ancient secret—or to certain destruction?

Posing as a beggar, Thomas escapes Magnus after fifteen men, who are calling themselves the Priests of the Holy Grail, arrive and take control of the castle through wondrous acts and apparent miracles. With the help of his longtime friend Gervaise, Thomas sets out on a journey that leads him to the ancient Holy Land. Unaware that Katherine and Hawkwood are watching over him, Thomas is tested in his beliefs and comes face to face with the ancient power that the Merlins and Druids have long been searching for.

Enter the world of Merlin’s Immortals, where ancient secrets and evil conspiracies take you on a breathless adventure of discovery, intrigue, and hidden knowledge.
My thoughts:

This is a book for that young reader in your life (although I am enjoying the series as well). This is for the teen or tween who likes the Harry Potter type of book. But this book has spiritual elements peppered throughout to give the young reader something to think about.

I have read the first two book in the series and I think if you haven’t read those you might be a bit confused. It even took me a few chapters to remember everything that happened in the first two books. Therefore, I do recommend reading the first two books before diving into this one.

This book is full of tense moments that will keep you flipping the pages to see what will happen to Thomas and his group of friends that quietly watch out for him. You will also be wondering who can Thomas really trust?

I have really enjoyed this series and highly recommend it to anyone who likes books that have a bit of that medieval flare to it.

If you are still looking for a gift for that  teen in your life you might want to consider grabbing this series for them.

Grab your copy at your local bookstore, Amazon, Barnes and Noble,, Deeper Shopping or Books-A-Million.

Visit Sigmund’s website here.

To read the author bio click here.

Read the first chapter here.

For more information click here.

I received this book for free from Blogging for Books for this review.


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