Sisters of the Fire

Sisters of the Fire An action packed compelling historical fantasy from the pen of an award winning authorThe battle scarred warrior princess Bluebell heir to her father s throne is rumoured to be unkillable So when

An action packed, compelling historical fantasy, from the pen of an award winning authorThe battle scarred warrior princess Bluebell, heir to her father s throne, is rumoured to be unkillable So when she learns of a sword wrought specifically to slay her by the fearsome raven king, Hakon, she sets out on a journey to find it before it finds her The sword is rumoured to bAn action packed, compelling historical fantasy, from the pen of an award winning authorThe battle scarred warrior princess Bluebell, heir to her father s throne, is rumoured to be unkillable So when she learns of a sword wrought specifically to slay her by the fearsome raven king, Hakon, she sets out on a journey to find it before it finds her The sword is rumoured to be in the possession of one of her four younger sisters But which one Scattered as they are across the kingdoms, she sets out on a journey to find them.Her four sisters all have their own paths to tread, the gifted magician Ash is on a journey to find a dragon that could determine her destiny The beautiful, unhappy Rose has left her undermagician Aunt and is speeding to the aid of her daughter, Rowan, who has been lost to her Ivy, sold into marriage for the sake of an alliance, is now set to become the ruling Duchess of Seacaster with the imminent death of her much older and sick husband, and the power hungry Willow is raising her infant child as a potential trimartyr king and training to be a warrior for the fanatical religious order Maava.From wild rocky coastline to granite topped tors, from bustling harbours to echoing ghost towns, from halls of kings to ancient primal woodlands, this story follows five sisters upon whose actions kingdoms will rise and fall.

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  1. Sisters of the Fire by Kim Wilkins was a very fast paced, fantasy book that keeps you guessing until the end Kim Wilkins takes you on six different journeys from the perspective of five sisters, and the daughter of one of the sisters Bluebell, Rose, Rowan Rose s daughter , Ash, Ivy, and Willow are all on a very different adventure Bluebell is a warrior leading the king s army Rose is in hiding from her last husband whom she cheated on Rowan is the daughter of Rose and is hidden away from Rose in [...]


  2. The second book in the Blood and Gold series, Sister of the Fire, is set a few years after the thrilling events of the first book, Daughters of the Storm, conclude Once , we re drawn into the lives of the five very different sisters as they hurdle towards their unknown and dark destinies Whether it s the fierce and loyal Bluebell who s on a mission to locate a sword that s been crafted for the purpose of slaying her and which she fears one of her sister s possesses or forlorn Rose, the princess [...]


  3. Wilkins has created an intricate, complex, and fascinating world in her Blood and Gold series, and Sisters of the Fire is a stunning addition The main story which is described in the plot summary is that Bluebell is seeking the sword which is foretold to kill her and currently possessed by one of her sisters She seeks out each of her sisters to find it However, the novel is much complex than this and it is one of many subplots All 5 sisters have their own stories, each of which could easily sta [...]


  4. First Posted on a href sapphireddragon 2016 0 Realm of the Sapphired Dragonon Wednesday 24th August 2016ARC received from HarlequinAustralia Mira in return for an honest review I do believe I liked Sisters of the fire even than Daughters of the Storm And I adored Daughters of the storm This book takes up the story 4 years after the end of book 1 All 5 sisters and their offspring are spread across Thrysland and Bluebell hears that one of her sisters has the trollblade that can kill her and she i [...]


  5. I think I loved this book just as much as I lovedDaughters of the Storm before it Just like the first in the series, this book revolves around the five sisters of the King of Thyrsland But it s also four years later, so Rose s young daughter Rowan steps onto the stage and starts being a main influencer in this tale Bluebell is off fighting battles again when she finally finds out that there is a sword that s been crafted to kill her, and that one of her sisters possesses it It doesn t take her t [...]


  6. I m really enjoying this series from a local uq author The five sisters, Bluebell, Rose, Ivy, Ash and Willow are in such different places at the start of this book, and it takes a good while for their individual stories to weave back together, but when they do, wow Review posted on Tea in the Treetops in October 2016 Five sisters, the daughters of King Aelthric, are spread out across Thyrsland, each on a separate path Bluebell, the heir to the throne, becomes aware of a plot to kill her and sets [...]


  7. I devoured this in mere hours If you haven t yet read Daughters of the Storm tread carefully going forward, as there may be slight spoilers for the first book within this review Seriously, go get it now there are few books I recommend as highly as Lies of Locke Lamora, but this series is one of them.Four years have passed since the first book, so Ivy and Willow the younger sisters have grown a little as has Rowan, Rose s daughter, who hasn t seen her for all this time though she hasn t exactly b [...]


  8. I received this novel as an advanced copy from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review Firstly, I began reading this book without knowing that it was part of a series When I realized this, I tried to hunt down the first novel but unfortunately was unable to find it or order a copy of it I continued reading this novel in spite of that, and I am SO GLAD that I did Here is my review Five sisters, each unique, and each destined for something that they could never imagineOne is a gifted magician n [...]


  9. Sisters of the Fire Blood and Gold 2 by Kim Wilkins is one of a series, and when I requested to read this book from NetGalley, I was not aware it was not the first book I think if I had read the first one first, I would have liked this one I felt kind of detached from the book for about the first 10% and then once I found my footing with all the inter language the book contained, it was interesting That being said, I didn t ever really feel connected to any of the characters Also, the book was [...]


  10. Thank you Netgally for a copy of this title in exchange of an honest review.Well, it is so good having Kim Wilkins writing under her name again, I do love Kimberley Frreman titles but I LOVE Kim so much .Rich in history, strong female characters and a fair bit of magic is what makes this series flow so easy.I love this series and cannot wait for the next book.Good to see you back Kim.


  11. OMG I absolutely loved this Even better than the first in the series I couldn t turn the pages quick enough Bluebell rocks And I can t wait to find out about Rowan s fate.


  12. Sisters of the Fire is the second in a new fantasy series by one of my favourite Australian writers, Kim Wilkins, following on from Daughters of the Storm The story follows the adventures and misadventures of five sisters in a world very much like ancient Britain There is Bluebell the warrior, Ash who is tormented by her ability to see the future, Rose who gambled all for love, Ivy who was sold into marriage for her father s power, and Willow who plots against them all The writing is elegant and [...]




  13. Fantasy literature seems to have entered an age of multi volume series that either demand the reader be familiar with all the previous books or else inundate the reader with backstory It requires skill and subtlety to create a sequel that works just as well as a stand alone book Kim Wilkins is such an author and Sisters of the Fire is such a book.Australian Kim Wilkins is one of the best writers of fantasy today I adored her The Autumn Castle for its rich, complex characters and a setting that w [...]


  14. I saw the cover, read the overview and knew I NEED TO READ THIS BOOK The Cover is stunning beautiful and I m absolutely in love with it.The author s writing style is fluid and thrilling, detailed but not too detailed for the reader to imagine scenes and persons on their own Unfortunately, there was one thing I really disliked in this book There are approx 6 different points of view and while you re reading this book you re hopping back and forth between all these characteres without any warning [...]


  15. I got the opportunity to preview this title before its release tomorrow Before I go further, let me warn you that this story has two brief but explicit scenes.Sisters Of The Fire is a novel of daring and magic Five sisters take the stage, each facing her own adventure and her own challenges Bluebell is the fierce warrior the right hand of her father the King Rose is an exiled queen separated from her firstborn Ivy is a duchess of a great seaport searching for love and her place in the world Ash [...]


  16. When I requested this book from NetGalley, nothing in the description made it clear this was the second in a series Had I known, I would not have requested without having read the first book, but as it was, I went ahead I still enjoyed it once I got into the story and characters however, I think I would have gotten out of it had I read Book One first, since I had to come to know these characters partway through their journey and had no idea how they had reached the point they were at by the com [...]


  17. Kim Wilkins second book in her Blood and Gold series, Sisters of the Fire was a good read.Not realizing that it was part of a series I found I enjoyed reading about the five sisters Each sister has their own destiny to follow in a world of magic, religion and politics as their stories unfold Eventually their lives would intertwine though the choices they make and the secrets they keep.This story s focal point was on the oldest sister, Bluebell, who is to be the successor to her father s crown A [...]


  18. It s a treat to escape into one of Kim Wilkins worlds, populated by detailed characters with compelling storylines Sisters Of The Fire is the second novel in a series, begun with Daughters Of The Storm This book picks up the story of the five daughters of King Aethlric Bluebell the fierce warrior, heir to the throne Ash, tortured by a prophecy Rose, haunted by the daughter she was forced to leave Ivy, still scheming to have her own way and Willow, mad with religious fervour The author manages so [...]


  19. Overall, I really liked Sisters of the Fire but something about the style of writing did not work for me The characters all have distinct personalities and goals but I would have liked to see character development Especially with Rowan, I felt like the novel skipped over a lot of potentially interesting stuff.




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