Chased by Fire

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  • Kindle Edition
  • 320
  • Chased by Fire
  • D.K. Holmberg
  • English
  • 01 July 2018
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About the Author: D.K. Holmberg

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Chased by FireChased by Fire eBook Ó Chased by Kindle - chased free, fire mobile, Chased by epub, Chased by FireChased by Fire EpubAn ancient artifact that must be found Terrifying creatures from dark and dangerous Incendin And long forgotten elementals again unleashed on the world As an earth senser, Tan is tasked with helping guide the king s servant through the dangerous mountain Chased by Kindle - passes in search for the artifact before Incendin can reach it first But after losing his father to the war, Tan wants nothing to do with the king s demands When everything he knows is lost, he is forced to risk himself to save the one person who can find the artifact, a beautiful girl who has lost as much as Tan In doing so, power the world hasn t seen in nearly a thousand years is awoken, and a warrior long thought dead returns to claim the artifact for himself.

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10 thoughts on “Chased by Fire

  1. HBalikov says:

    Holmberg s multi volume saga starts here The world he has created is a fairly standard one for fantasy with its medieval technology, hand labor and horse transportation Weaponry is also standard with swords and bows predominating The novelty is confined to the personification of elementals earth, air, fire and water and the fantasy skills of shapers and sensers who can make use of aspects of those elementals Our protagonist is Tannen, a lad living with his mother, in the local country Holmberg s multi volume saga starts here The world he has created is a fairly standard one for fantasy with its medieval technology, hand labor and horse transportation Weaponry is also standard with swords and bows predominating The novelty is confined to the personification of elementals earth, air, fire and water and the fantasy skills of shapers and sensers who can make use of aspects of those elementals Our protagonist is Tannen, a lad living with his mother, in the local country seat of Nor His mother serves the local noble and wants her son to follow in her footsteps by going to the university in the capital of Ethea One day, a band of wanders comes through Nor and Tannen feels a bond with a girl, Amia Shortly thereafter, a traveler Roine comes to town looking help from Tan s mother Then the disasters follow They way to tell that this is a YA fantasy is that most of the adults are quickly eliminated Then, Tan, Amia and Roine are off on a mission to save the kingdom and, perhaps, humanity by locating and possessing an artifact If the bad guys get it first, it s game over You said great power is trapped inside Roine nodded And I could do much good More than the ancients who created it Tan asked Why do you think they hid it Why create such elaborate protection I don t know Few records of that time remain They suggest the ancient warriors knew a time would come when this artifact would be needed Of course, there are chases and battles where we find out how powerful their opponents are As they emerged into the bright light of day, the sky thundered ceaselessly, like a heavy drum Frequent bolts of lightning attempted to tear apart the sky The air sizzled with the energy of the lightning, almost crackling with it Roine and Lacertin battled Tan could not pause to watch, but wished that he could Overhead, an epic battle between two powerful Cloud Warriors raged, and he was witness to it Of course they find a way to the artifact, but that is only the start and has taken all of book 1 Tannen he said Now is the time when you must serve your king Take the artifact and get yourself and Amia out of this cave Head for Ethea There are at least threebooks in this adventure, but I am not the right audience and have seen enough 2.5

  2. Belinda says:

    English ebook first book in the trilogy I have dyslexia The sudden howl sent a shiver through Tan The terrible sound echoed several times during the day, and each time he reacted the same He checked his bow reflexively, feeling the reassuring weight of the wood Whatever was out there didn t belong in this forest Tan had a father who was an earth sencer He died Little did he know his mother was a shaper He finds out when Roine comes to the village and askes him to lead him across the English ebook first book in the trilogy I have dyslexia The sudden howl sent a shiver through Tan The terrible sound echoed several times during the day, and each time he reacted the same He checked his bow reflexively, feeling the reassuring weight of the wood Whatever was out there didn t belong in this forest Tan had a father who was an earth sencer He died Little did he know his mother was a shaper He finds out when Roine comes to the village and askes him to lead him across the mountains Tan does not know what kind of a quest he will find along the way and witch friends he will make Great start for this trilogy Straight on to the second book I am hooked not enough to make up for what was lost, but it was a start

  3. Ryan Mueller says:

    I really enjoyed this one It s pretty simple as far as fantasy goes, but I guess it hearkened back to an era when fantasy was about fun adventures I don t want to read this kind fo story all the time, but it s nice to read them occasionally It s refreshing in a way.Holmberg is generally a competent writer I noticed a few editing issues typos in the book, but they never distracted me enough to be a problem.The biggest thing that made the book work for me was the action that started about a th I really enjoyed this one It s pretty simple as far as fantasy goes, but I guess it hearkened back to an era when fantasy was about fun adventures I don t want to read this kind fo story all the time, but it s nice to read them occasionally It s refreshing in a way.Holmberg is generally a competent writer I noticed a few editing issues typos in the book, but they never distracted me enough to be a problem.The biggest thing that made the book work for me was the action that started about a third of the way through Even though the story was nothing daringly original, it kept me flipping digital pages, and that s the main job of an author.I m happy to see that Holmberg has written a lot of books both in this series and in others.Rating 8 10

  4. Bill Tillman says:

    Chased by FireA powerful first book in a trilogy of magic, earth, wind, water, air and spirit A young man Tan and woman Amia face obstacles beyond imagination With the help of others such as Roine the agent of the king, and the humid water elemental they find a way to reach their first goal a relic from a golden age of Cloud Warriors.

  5. Lee Dunning says:

    This was a decent, quick read I think it must have been reedited since some of the other reviews I see here, since I only ran across 2 3 wonky issues Tan is a likable character, confused about what he really wants to do in life, and very much dedicated to the memory of his dead father There is a handful of supporting characters, mostly likable The female love interest is just as capable as Tan, though I did get tired of reading about her soft hand, her soft face, her soft this and that As m This was a decent, quick read I think it must have been reedited since some of the other reviews I see here, since I only ran across 2 3 wonky issues Tan is a likable character, confused about what he really wants to do in life, and very much dedicated to the memory of his dead father There is a handful of supporting characters, mostly likable The female love interest is just as capable as Tan, though I did get tired of reading about her soft hand, her soft face, her soft this and that As much as these folks went through, I think she must have possessed at least some muscle and calluses, otherwise she would have curled up and died about a third of the way through the book.Most of my reasons for knocking down the star value is due to what seemed like inappropriate emotional responses to terrible situations Oh, and quite a lot of telling instead of showing We were often told that Tan felt this or that, but the story would have been better off if we d seenbody language to display his sorrow, exhaustion and fear As it was, the death of so many friends lacked punch He often didn t even mention people he cared about specifically For example, when the Aeta are attacked, he didn t go rushing forward searching for the specific person he d grown attracted to After an exceptionally harrowing escape, two friends get separated from him and he pretty much doesn t think or mention them again throughout the rest of the book Talk about out of sight out of mind Lastly, there was quite a lot of overuse of certain words and phrases Very seldom did people peer, gaze, gawk, stare, spy, etc It was almost always look People walked, but seldom staggered, trudged, slogged, hiked, etc I lost count of how many times Tan did something the way his father had taught him.Lest you think I completely hated the story, I did not I liked the magic system, and the elementals the characters interacted with intrigued me The Aeta are an interesting people and I would like to seeabout them I read the book in just a couple of days I m not a fast reader , so it definitely held my interest And not that this should cause you to read or not read the book, but the cover is very nicely done It is what drew me to the book in the first place

  6. Eric Evans says:

    Sometimes the best fantasy novels are the simple ones This one doesn t get very complex and wander off the story You have a quest, a pretty good magic system, a young boy coming of age, and some pretty bad ass villains Whatcould you ask for The story was great, and I ll be buying book two soon.

  7. AndyS says:

    held my attention.fun read.

  8. Kelvin says:

    Middle Grade Fiction More of a middle grade fantasy than a YA one Characters are 17 20 years old yet sound and behave like 10 13 year olds The beginning was very confusing because the main character doesn t know squat about anything and the author dutifully maintains an unnecessary shroud of mystery over the main plot while overly explaining nonessential plot devices in his narrative.The central plotor at least what I believed to be the central plot threadrevolves around Tam, the protag Middle Grade Fiction More of a middle grade fantasy than a YA one Characters are 17 20 years old yet sound and behave like 10 13 year olds The beginning was very confusing because the main character doesn t know squat about anything and the author dutifully maintains an unnecessary shroud of mystery over the main plot while overly explaining nonessential plot devices in his narrative.The central plotor at least what I believed to be the central plot threadrevolves around Tam, the protag, out tracking these mysterious hounds Now, these hounds are supernatural in nature and are capable of some magical prowess The author reminds the reader every chapter that the hounds are vicious and dangerous, but not ONE time does he ever explain as to why What s strange is that the author has various subplots going on top of this, but each one really doesn t compliment the central action at all.The Atea are like Gypsies and they seemed pretty interesting, but the unimaginative prose made it difficult to really sink my teeth into the scene The writing is monotonous and passive voice the two widow makers of fiction.That s what made this reading unfocused The author really needs to donate some sense to his protagonist I couldn t stand how oblivious Tan is and how he asks a bazillion questions about nothing pertaining to the plot Reading this book is like watching someone play an RPG where the characters just stare at each other asking answering questions.Really can t recommend this, but it s free Try at your own expense

  9. Jackie says:

    Looking for an artifact is proving to bedifficult than it looks What a superb fantasy to keep your interest.

  10. Pickyreader says:

    Loved it This was a great start to an epic story Loved it so much I bought it even though it is a kindle unlimited book DK Homberg deserves it He spins a great tale I am excited to begin the next in the series.