le 2 mai 2006
Fires of Prophecy continues after the fall of the City of Light. This book has more action than its predecessor.
One of the things I really liked about it was that James, the main character learns there are consequences to the use of magic. In one chapter he brings water to quench his thirst. In the next he learns that in so doing, he altered the flow of water underground and turned an oasis dry, virtually sentencing the inhabitants of the town which grew up around it to ruin.
The interactions between the characters are good, especially during the fight scenes. I think in this book my favorite duo is Tinok and Jiron, knife fighters out of the fight pits of the City of Light.
Emmensly entertaining, I recommend it to everyone!!