The Sorcerer's Secret

Fire dreams of Fire visions of Fire Where do they come from Aryazate doesn t know why, but he fears the power secretly growing in him Am I a demon, or a sorcerer Kavada, the blacksmith, seems to be the only one he can trust, but even he doesn t know the extent of Aryazate s secrets What would he say if he found out that the beautiful maiden Aryazate, is really a yFire dreams of Fire visions of Fire Where do they come from Aryazate doesn t know why, but he fears the power secretly growing in him Am I a demon, or a sorcerer Kavada, the blacksmith, seems to be the only one he can trust, but even he doesn t know the extent of Aryazate s secrets What would he say if he found out that the beautiful maiden Aryazate, is really a young man forced by circumstances to conceal this truth, which day by day becomes evident Just when he thinks Kavada is ready to hear the truth, Aryazate s worst nightmares become reality The Head Mage Monushir accuses him of sorcery and has him imprisoned What will this trial reveal Is the truth so horrible that Aryazate will welcome torture and death by fire by the same fire that haunts his dreams
The Sorcerer s Secret Fire dreams of Fire visions of Fire Where do they come from Aryazate doesn t know why but he fears the power secretly growing in him Am I a demon or a sorcerer Kavada the blacksmith seems to be th

  • Title: The Sorcerer's Secret
  • Author: K.B. Forrest
  • ISBN: 9781554871407
  • Page: 233
  • Format: Paperback
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    About the Author

    K.B. Forrest

    KB Forrest has researched ancient Indo European history and folklore for several years, and brings to this novel his story telling flair and the accurate details today s readers demand He is skilled in animal husbandry, primitive survival skills, and horsemanship These talents allow him to imbue his stories with realistic elements.KB lives on a farm in Northern Mississippi with his faithful dogs He raises Brahman cattle and a large variety of birds When not writing, he paints in oils and watercolors.

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    • Elisa Rolle said:
      Sep 22, 2018 - 04:09 AM

      I want to be honest: I bought this one cause I like the cover! Oh, I read before K.B. Forrest, and I like his writing style (her? really I don't know if he is a man or if she is a woman), but fantasy setting mixed with demons and black magic is not my stuff.So before reading I put the book under a test: I confess, I read some pages in the middle, to know how to expect from the book, and to decide if I wanted to read it all, cause it's also pretty long. I liked it and so I decided it would be my [...]

    • Honey said:
      Sep 22, 2018 - 04:09 AM

      I fairly enjoyed the first half of the book even though too much time was dedicated to what was going on around Aryazate and Kavada rather than focusing on them and their developing relationship. K.B. Forrest showed a great deal of imagination had been put into this story. How Aryazate who was in fact a man had been raised as a girl and how the man he loved would take that fact was intriguing. So were the dealings of the Court he was surrounded by as a “noblewoman” and their religion.Then th [...]

    • Shel said:
      Sep 22, 2018 - 04:09 AM

      Mebus, S. Gods of Manhattan: The Sorcerer's Secret. New York: Dutton.371 pages.Appetizer: The third book in the Gods of Manhattan series picks up soon after the second book ends (which means there are spoilers for Sprits in the Park in the following description. You have been warned!). The trap that restricted the Munsee Indians to Central Park has fallen and while war has been avoided for the moment, tensions are high. The villainous and power-hungry god Kieft has stockpiled weapons that can ki [...]

    • Lyrabela said:
      Sep 22, 2018 - 04:09 AM

      I actually really wanted to like this book but there was one huge factor that just makes me really dislike it. I guess I could sum this book up as a Mary Sue novel. That is to say that most of the characters, on the 'good side' or even destined for the 'good side' are all Mary Sues. (Mary Sue is a type of character that is "wish-fulfillment" implication: the "Mary Sue" is judged as a poorly developed character, too perfect and lacking in realism to be interesting.) There was just no real conflic [...]

    • Tj said:
      Sep 22, 2018 - 04:09 AM

      Lots of interesting elements and details. I don't doubt that the story is well written, but I have to say it's a littleflat. I just didn't connect with the characters. I thought they were a little too, "perfect." Everything falls into place for them in life. I just don't think that some of the characters felt, real. The MC is especially "false" to me. Still the story is good. I also felt that the overall details were interesting so I did up my stars for that.

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