Fires of Prophecy: The Morcyth Saga Book Two

Rated 4.50/5 based on 30 reviews
At the fall of the City of Light, Miko is captured by the Empire's forces and is taken as a slave into the Empire.

James. with the help of some new found allies, travels into the Empire to rescue his friend.

From the City of Light, to the slave markets of Korazan, even unto the Empire's capitol itself, James continues his search for his friend, Miko, unwilling to leave him to his fate.

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About Brian S. Pratt

Born in Modesto, California, Brian graduated high school in 1985 and went into the Air Force where he trained as an Avionic Specialist on the F-117A Stealth Fighter.
When his tour of duty ended, he tried his hand as a Pizza Hut delivery driver where he quickly rose to become General Manager of a delivery unit in Edmonds, WA and continued as such for several years.
Then after a short stint driving a taxi, he spent two years teaching teenagers how to drive. (Not as stressful as one would imagine.) He now writes full time in Washington, USA.
His published works include:
The Morcyth Saga (7 Books)
Travail of The Dark Mage (2 Books)
Improbable Adventures of Scar and Potbelly (series)
The Broken Key Trilogy (3 Books)
Dungeon Crawler Adventures (2 Books)
The Adventurer's Guild (2 Books)
Ring of the Or'tux (Stand Alone)

Box Sets:
Worlds of Fantasy
-Includes the complete first book in three of Brian S. Pratt's most popular series: "The Morcyth Saga" - "The Broken Key Trilogy" - "The Adventurer's Guild." Over 850 pages of epic fantasy entertainment.

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Reviews

Ophelia Rumrunner reviewed on March 9, 2019

Again, the grammar is not ideal but the story is interesting, and addictive, enough to excuse it.
(reviewed 5 days after purchase)
Ian King reviewed on Dec. 15, 2013

I don't know how you get away with such terrible writing, yet I'm a little hooked too Brian. You tell a great story however aweful the grammer might be and the present tense style sometimes annoying. However people like to relax and read - with your books you can do just that. Not sure whether to say well done or not. I choose well done.
(reviewed 4 months after purchase)
James E Minge reviewed on July 25, 2013

I enjoyed this book
(reviewed 22 days after purchase)
Nodd Palana reviewed on Feb. 9, 2013
(no rating)
I downloaded the first book "Unsuspecting Mage" and spend my weekend reading from cover to cover. The first few pages kinda boring but the more you spend time on it the more you hook to it. Then after that I downloaded all the books until "The Mists of Sorrow". Now, I am starting reading the next chapter of The rouge Mage called James; the "Light in the Barren Lands". I am excited of what happen to James when he will be back to his home world. And whose this dark Mage and where he comes from?
(reviewed 22 days after purchase)
Douglas Nolan reviewed on July 5, 2012
(no rating)
An interesting story although the writing is somewhat infantile. Which can be annoying a times.
you feel like you are reading a teenagers essay.
The price of the book is defiantly not worth $5.95
There are many other books well written for less.
would I recommend this author sorry no.
Will I buy the next book Sorry No.
(reviewed 24 days after purchase)
Lisa Vandiver reviewed on June 4, 2012

This book developed at a much slower pace than the first, however I still enjoyed it. Of course it left me anxious to read the remainder of the series. I liked that the author brought in more characters to make the story more lively but disappointed that the story sort of drifted from James's main quest, and was led on a rabbit trail to rescue a friend. Mr. Pratt is undoubtedly a talented author and I'm looking forward to finishing the story of James, the main character who is easy to like.
(reviewed 2 years after purchase)
Ashley Strutt reviewed on March 31, 2012

I finished this book a few days ago and it kept me edge, I couldn't stop reading it. The way that it written makes the story all the more exciting because you get the build up to were the story finish. Book 3 next!
(reviewed 8 days after purchase)
Carol reviewed on March 6, 2012
(no rating)
This is a great series and I look forward to the next one.
(reviewed 23 days after purchase)
Brian S. Pratt/DiddaEinars reviewed on Feb. 23, 2012

This book is s o o exciting. I could not stop reading, just wanted to know more. When I was finished I bought the third book of Morcyth saga which I am reading now.
(reviewed 12 months after purchase)
thiotes reviewed on Jan. 29, 2012

A nice immersive cross-world story, i enjoyed reading this series (read up to book 7).

This is one of those that could have gotten a 5/5 if it weren't for the stylistic (protocolling instead of telling the story - seems to be a common problem with books around here ;)) and the flaws i felt with character-consistency.
(reviewed 8 days after purchase)

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