Burnt (Blood and Fire Book 1)

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Kaie is pulled from the life he knew into one of slavery and brutality. He is a pawn of powerful people and gods alike, and if he is to survive he will have to learn the true nature of sacrifice. He is the Catalyst, and where he walks the world burns. Written by Lyn Lowe and Michelle Wheet. More

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Fiction » Fantasy » Epic
Fiction » Fantasy » Dark
Words: 69,140
Language: American English
ISBN: 9781310582493
About Michelle Wheet

Michelle lives in New York. She is not amused by the recent moodiness of Mother Nature there. She has always loved writing and reading and started out writing poetry, of which only two were ever sent into poetry competitions. The first story she ever written will never get published, because she wrote it in grade school and is full of angst and impossible things that somehow happen in the real world and is absolutely terrible. But that didn't stop her from trying (obviously).

She's a gamer and loves old school horror movies. She refuses to die unless Vincent Price comes to her as her Grim Reaper. She's also a fan of British television, because nothing causes so much feels as British television.

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Review by: mbk1977 on June 07, 2015 :
A very enjoyable read. Kaie has a destiny which is very bitter sweet and which he does not have too much control over, at this stage anyway. His life has been quite harsh to this stage and I hope it gets better which by the sounds of the prophecy given to him is not a given. Still it is a very compelling story and I cannot wait for the next installment
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Review by: sbkr on June 07, 2015 :
Great book. The first book promises a series very grand. Hope the next books don't disappoint.
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Review by: M. Pars on May 06, 2015 :
I do not usually read dark fantasy, but this has captured my interest and imagination. The characters are believable and the story line realistic. I can't wait to read the rest of the series.
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