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Grab your tactical gear and join the mission to save the covert Nightshade team. Will anyone make it out alive?
Firethorn by RONIE KENDIG was published by Barbour in December 2011 and is our 48148th best seller. The ISBN for Firethorn is 9781602607859.
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FirethornZoë Stevenson, via The Good Book Stall
Book 4 in the Discarded Heroes series, Firethorn is the second piece of fiction that I have read by Kendig and I was so excited to get the chance to read this novel, but for me it wasn’t as good as Dead Reckoning.
Although I wasn’t as blown away by Firethorn, it was still a good read. Set around a team of Special Forces this is a tale reassembling the Nightshade team that have been forcibly disbanded and everyone is a suspect and anyone connected to the team is at risk.
Kazi Faron is tasked to seek the team members out and reunite them so they can hunt out those behind the initial attack. Kazi is good at her job but not at relationships: but God has other plans for her besides reuniting this dedicated team of God loving soldiers. Whilst this plot is very dramatic and would feature the likes of Steven Segal or Sly Stone if it was made a film, I found it quite a complicated story to follow as it was jumping back and forth between countries and characters and I felt that it wasn’t all clearly laid out initially in the first quarter of the book, although by half way through most of it was clear and I began to follow the story better. The romantic element of the story I think could also have been more tense and passionate but it wasn’t a love story so that’s okay.
All in all an enjoyable read.
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Details for Firethorn
|Page last updated||21st August 2017|
|Author / Artist||RONIE KENDIG|
|Book Format||Paperback / softback|
|Publisher||Barbour (December 2011)|
|Number of Pages||348|