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Firemancer Collection (Fated Saga Box Set Book 1) by [D'aigle, R. H.]
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Firemancer Collection (Fated Saga Box Set Book 1) Kindle Edition

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The Firemancer Collection Includes Fated Saga Books 1-3 Includes: Awaken, Shifting, and Embrace. The 2015 Extended and Lengthened Editions. A Bewitching Tale of Family, Destiny, and Magic- Suspenseful. Wondrous. Dangerously Addictive...

Mind reading twins, Meghan and Colin Jacoby, help a young man whose family is forced to flee through a magical portal to another world, without him.

Fated Book List:
Book 1, Awaken
Book 2, Shifting
Book 3, Embrace
Book 4, Broken
Book 5, Divided
Book 6, Taken
Book 7, Control
Book 8, Forsaken
Book 9, Sacrifice (winter 2016)
Book 10, TBA

About the Author

Rachel Humphrey - D'aigle was born and raised in New England, a place rooted with a long and tumultuous history of witches, magic and the supernatural. History and tales which caught her imagination at an early age, creating her love for writing all things fantasy and magic.

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  • File Size: 2024 KB
  • Print Length: 717 pages
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Language: English
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars 2 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #102,237 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Keeps you guessing, who exactly are these twins? Why is this happening to them? Just who is Uncle Eddy really?
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These were really good!! I might have found my next "Harry Potter" series. I love books that were meant for children but can be read and understood by adults.
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HASH(0x9da0d1d4) out of 5 stars Interesting plot but the dialogue is a little too immature. June 15 2014
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As a whole I enjoyed these three books. They were quick, interesting, and easy to read. My only one major issue with this series is just how immature the dialogue is... yes I understand its a young adult book but as a whole its something I would have even found immature in my early teens.
51 of 57 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0x9da0d420) out of 5 stars Creative story line... April 4 2014
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I think the author has really thought through the story line and has made sure to give it several dimensions, which is why I've continued to read this Saga. I will say, however, that the author's writing style is a little immature. An absolute refusal to use any standard abbreviations, in keeping with normal speech patterns, is a bit annoying to read. Thirteen year old children, no matter how magically talented they are, don't say "do not" instead of "don't" when they are talking to each other. Also, the author spent a considerable amount of time through one particular character to stress that the two kids who are the focal point of the story-line, remain loyal to each other and not keep secrets. Yet, there is no connection in their thoughts and actions about not keeping secrets, which they continue to do. I understand this is a storytelling technique to create tension, etc., however, the way it's written is clumsy. I hope the author fixes these small things as we move through what now looks to be at least a 10-book saga. I am currently reading #4 and have purchased up through #8.
24 of 25 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0x9da0d3e4) out of 5 stars SHOULD HAVE BEEN MARKETED FOR A YOUNGER AUDIENCE July 11 2014
By Joyce J. Ruskuski - Published on
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First of all let me say that I did not finish this series. Not, because I thought it was a bad story or even an intermediate story line, but I just thought it was geared toward a much younger reader. I thought it had a wonderful plot and an original story line from the first 8 chapters that I read.

I think if you are a teenager or maybe a little older this is a great story for you. If you are a mature person, such as myself, I don't think you will be as enthralled with the style of writing. The main characters are after all only 13 years old and for me that is just too young.

It has strong characters and it has a great and very different story line. I don't like giving it a three star rating but for me there wasn't enough warning that this was a much younger target audience and it therefore was too juvenile for my tastes. I do believe that if the author had this marketed as young teen or early adolescence she would have a much better chance of getting and attaining the higher star ratings.

So, while didn't like it for me and my generations of readers, I loved it for a young readership. So, just be cautious when deciding if this one is for you. It's a great value for the money for a young person.
21 of 22 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0x9da0d6d8) out of 5 stars OK story but VERY POORLY written May 5 2015
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poorly written. things happen with no context. seems time is a variable ( a 2 minute conversation consumes hours in story, things that should take time like walking from one place to another happen in seconds) everyone keeps secrets from each other for no point other then to provide some conflict.

for example magical Uncle knows kids are magical but doesn't tell them, kids find out they are magical and don't tell uncle. magical gypsies wander through and Uncle knows they are magical, its foreshadowed that something will happen to the kids with the gypsies, and yet he still doesn't explain anything to the kids to give them a heads up. gypsies seem to know nothing about the magical uncle and kids.

the story is somewhat interesting but the writing style or lack there of is atrocious
13 of 13 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0x9da0d738) out of 5 stars Not recommended. Sept. 14 2014
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Pace of the first two 'books' of the series are exceptionally plodding. Plot is very uninspired, but by the third 'book' the pace and action level increase. Written for the young adult fantasy market, which it may not connect with due to its sluggish pace and numerous literary stubs. Appears to have been a project begun in Middle School, which has yet to move past the second draft stage. I regret the loss of time spent reading this wholly unsatisfying tome. Not recommended.