Breo-Saight, settles down for a little while with her friend Collun, as he takes possession of the stronghold of his hero father and begins to set its gardens in order. While Collun exerts on Brie a peaceable influence, she feels increasingly drawn back into her quest for revenge on the men who murdered her father in front of her. And so she parts from Collun and sets out alone. Meanwhile, she also picks up a powerful magical talisman—the fire arrow for which she is named—which seems to lead her ever deeper into adventure. Brie follows vague rumors and intuitions about her own ancestry to the small, isolated, northwestern kingdom of Dungal, where she soon makes new friends, learns a new language, and enters into a new way of life.
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Return to Book Page. Preview — Fire Arrow by Edith Pattou. Breo-Saight, the young archer from Hero's Song , has abandoned her lifelong mission to avenge her father's murder. But just as she stops pursuing the murderers, they turn up again, leading Brie to her birthright--a fire arrow.
The magical arrow leads Brie to a strange country, where she finds the family and happiness she's never known. But she also finds evil at work--the do Breo-Saight, the young archer from Hero's Song , has abandoned her lifelong mission to avenge her father's murder.
But she also finds evil at work--the doings of a sinister, one-eyed sorcerer named Balor. Though Brie has given up on vengeance, she knows she must follow her mission through to its bitter end if she is to save the people she's grown to love.
Get A Copy. Paperback , pages. More Details Original Title. The Songs of Eirren 2. Other Editions 8. Friend Reviews. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. To ask other readers questions about Fire Arrow , please sign up. Should I read Hero's Song before I dive into this? See 2 questions about Fire Arrow…. Lists with This Book. Community Reviews. Showing Average rating 3.
Rating details. More filters. Sort order. Aug 05, Summer rated it it was amazing Recommends it for: Everyone. Though many would disagree, I thought that this book was way better than Hero's Song, though I like east perhaps the best. In this story we go into the life of Breo-Saight, the secretive archer who is thirsty for revenge. Her blood lust is real, she trully wants to get her father's murderers and cause them the same pain that they caused her and her father.
I thought her character was much more deep than Collun's was in the first book. She abandons her guise as a boy while still being quite tou Though many would disagree, I thought that this book was way better than Hero's Song, though I like east perhaps the best. She abandons her guise as a boy while still being quite tough. I liked that because you get these macho girl books were the girl always cuts her hair and talks in a faky voice. Isn't being a girl just enough? Though there are danger issue's I agree, with being a girl.
Pattou enabled us to look into the real face of Brie. She has feminine fealings and emotions. She cries, she bleeds, she wants. She's not completely invensible as we see when she meets near death in the mountains. This book explores revenge and it's consequences. It had moral issues.
Was it right to kill someone who killed? What did it serve you in the end? Were you a better person for it? Is it worth keeping a vow to someone even though you may destroy yourself in the process? I loved how Brie actually became a woman. She genuinly does come out of the gung ho mantality, at least for a little while. She doesn't want to be more or less than she really is. She comes to terms that she can't allways be the warrior maiden and that there are things that she actually wants to settle down for.
She wants real things. One thing that bugged me though was the fact that durring the coarse of the book there wasn't a lot of interaction between Collun and Brie, especially when things started to turn up between the two of them. I wanted to experience more of them together and how they act around eachother.
I mean we've been waiting for it and then we can't get enough. It makes me jittery just thinking about it. This book makes you aplaud Pattou with the highest honnor.
Descover her and enjoy her. You won't regret it. I heard that she's working on the third book and I'm waiting to see what happens with a thumping heart. A fantasy novel I edited back before the dawn of time. Jul 06, Emma Rose Ribbons rated it really liked it Shelves: historical-fantasy.
That was okay but not nearly as good as the first, which is surprising because I really do love Brie, the narrator. I don't know what felt flat in this book but something went wrong. Still, it was enjoyable and I did love the slow romance between the two leads. Apr 07, Patrick rated it liked it Shelves: free-bookmobile-books , fantasy , coronavirus-reading. Another book I received for free from the Betterworld Books Bookmobile.
I really liked the concept of the book, which's what drew me to it. While I haven't read the first book, I was still able to enjoy the second book.
Brie is a very interesting character. Raised at a young age to essentially be the fantasy equivalent of a Tom Boy, who has just one motivation: revenge.
The main villain is unclear at beginning, and when the villain is revealed it was quite the twist. What I really like about the story is that we see the ramifications of the revenge on Brie.
She feels guilt about her blood lust and eventually moves past it, while still being a bad ass character. The world feels very developed and believable, which works because there's a lot in here in terms of fantasy elements goat men armies, magic, evil and crazy wizards but none feels out of place.
I definitely recommend Fire Arrow, but maybe start with Book 1. Jul 09, Kenzie Barnett rated it really liked it.
Very good, interesting, sequel to the original. Some points were confusing but seeing it through Brie's eyes and some of the twists that come along made up for it all.
After finishing it, there was certainly hope for another book! Jul 25, Rebekah Quick rated it really liked it. Had some problems getting into it, mostly enjoyed it though. Would have liked to see breo and collun's relationship would have gone after the battle.
Mar 17, Yong-Yu Huang rated it really liked it. This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. At first, the book was a little hard to follow, because of all the words they use e. However, it was very good! I ship Brie and Collun! Apr 20, Kae rated it liked it.
Fire Arrow: The Second Song of Eirren
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