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Flamethroat Summary à 104 × Avalon Redding has returned to Mortlock to find her home destroyed and her family missing They have been taken by 'The Realm' for harboring an illegal human Avalon's sister Desperate to find her family Avalon travels across the country to the Headuarters of the Realm with Healer Jack Greenwood and animal companion HawthorneTheiDesperate to find her family Avalon travels across the country to the Headuarters of the Realm with Healer Jack Greenwood and animal companion HawthorneTheir friendship is. Flamethroat is a dream seuel to Bloomfield's Frost Arch Where the first book was a thoroughly engrossing coming of age tale Avalon and Jack come into their own in this new adventure The author keeps the pace tight and enjoyable throwing in a new ensemble cast of characters that fill in the gaps perfectly Once again I was drawn into the world of Mages and trying to unravel of the mystery of their origins Flamethroat is largely a getting there story not only in the journey of our main characters but also the trouble brewing in the background of this futuristic society Can't wait to read the final chapter of this trilogy

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Tested when Jack is reunited with his estranged father and falls under a strange beauty's spell Will Jack abandon Avalon during her uestAnd is Hawthorne really one of a ki. This book is almost better than the first The only thing that would have made it better was Avalon not being so mopey about Helena I just felt that she was selfish when at the end she was refusing to see Helena It really felt like Flamethroat wasn't ready to end or maybe should have ended it a bit earlier Either way I would recommend it but I'm hoping the third one will tie everything together

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FlamethroatAvalon Redding has returned to Mortlock to find her home destroyed and her family missing They have been taken by 'The Realm' for harboring an illegal human Avalon's sister. This is the second book that I have read by Kate Bloomfield I found the first book in the Fire Mage Trilogy Frost Arch to be entertaining and fast paced I greatly enjoyed it and was excited for the next in the series Flamethroat did not disappointI found the story to be just as engaging as the first The plot while different follows the same pattern as the first book There is mystery conflict emotional turmoil and action The plot kept me engaged and I wanted to see what happened next Where I found the story lacking was with the characters You do get to see of Jack I thought the first book lacked character depth on Jack This book shows you of his past and answers some uestions However Avalon doesn't seem to grow at all and Jack comes across as a very passive character in certain situations He's a very conflicting character who I want to yell at one moment and then become a sappy romantic over the next My biggest issue and where this book really took a dive and lost a few stars was with Avalon herself She is selfish dishonest abrasive and walks all over Jack I can't connect to her and that makes the book hard to read Even her softer moments are really her way of being selfish in this book In my opinion she uses Jack and keeps him at arms length because he is a distraction but keeps him with her because he comes in handy when she finds trouble which she can't help but rush intoOverall I recommend this book It is a good read with a decent plot line that will keep you engaged Be prepared to hate the main character or at least become very very annoyed by her but if you can stick with it you'll get a good fantasy read This review was originally posted on