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The powerful draasin – elemental creatures of fire not seen for a thousand years – have returned. Not all are convinced they should have been freed. As Tan struggles to learn earth shaping, he discovers dangerous fire shapers from Incendin have come to Ethea. When the city is attacked by the draasin, Tan must use his connection with them to learn why. Doing so leads him f The powerful draasin – elemental creatures of fire not seen for a thousand years – have returned. Not all are convinced they should have been freed. As Tan struggles to learn earth shaping, he discovers dangerous fire shapers from Incendin have come to Ethea. When the city is attacked by the draasin, Tan must use his connection with them to learn why. Doing so leads him from the city and forces him to once more face the terrible shapers of Incendin, but this time bound to the draasin for help. If he fails, much more than his life is at stake, for Incendin has stolen the artifact and plans to use its power for unknown destruction.


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The powerful draasin – elemental creatures of fire not seen for a thousand years – have returned. Not all are convinced they should have been freed. As Tan struggles to learn earth shaping, he discovers dangerous fire shapers from Incendin have come to Ethea. When the city is attacked by the draasin, Tan must use his connection with them to learn why. Doing so leads him f The powerful draasin – elemental creatures of fire not seen for a thousand years – have returned. Not all are convinced they should have been freed. As Tan struggles to learn earth shaping, he discovers dangerous fire shapers from Incendin have come to Ethea. When the city is attacked by the draasin, Tan must use his connection with them to learn why. Doing so leads him from the city and forces him to once more face the terrible shapers of Incendin, but this time bound to the draasin for help. If he fails, much more than his life is at stake, for Incendin has stolen the artifact and plans to use its power for unknown destruction.

30 review for Bound by Fire

  1. 4 out of 5

    Belinda

    - English ebook - I have dyslexia. - second book in the trilogy. - Tannen Minden sat at a long oak table, leaning forward as he waited for the instructor to arrive. - Tannen made it to Ethrea and recieves lessons. As his mother had wanted for him but he is restless and loved to go back on the road. In Elle he finds a new friend, he rides the Draasin and stumbles on another quest. And can he become the first new worrior in a decade? In fastforward speed Tannen meets up with new friends and problem - English ebook - I have dyslexia. - second book in the trilogy. - Tannen Minden sat at a long oak table, leaning forward as he waited for the instructor to arrive. - Tannen made it to Ethrea and recieves lessons. As his mother had wanted for him but he is restless and loved to go back on the road. In Elle he finds a new friend, he rides the Draasin and stumbles on another quest. And can he become the first new worrior in a decade? In fastforward speed Tannen meets up with new friends and problems. Realy like this series. 😀 -Asboel circled high overhead, spiraling above the kingdoms.- 🌹🌷🌹

  2. 5 out of 5

    Bill Tillman

    A complex book! This one was a page Turner, an action book from cover to cover. Tan comes into himself as a warrior through the school of hard knocks. Watch University geeks there is a new kid on the quadrature.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Bob Keeney

    Tan finds himself at the university in Ethea trying to figure out if he's a Shaper and if he can be a Cloud Warrior. He finds that the fire shapers from Incendin have infiltrated the university. When the city is attached by the draasin Tan must use his connection with them to find out why. He must use his connection with draasin to discover what the fire shapers want with an ancient artifact. The fate of the kingdom is at stake. The story is interesting enough to not mind that his newfound powers Tan finds himself at the university in Ethea trying to figure out if he's a Shaper and if he can be a Cloud Warrior. He finds that the fire shapers from Incendin have infiltrated the university. When the city is attached by the draasin Tan must use his connection with them to find out why. He must use his connection with draasin to discover what the fire shapers want with an ancient artifact. The fate of the kingdom is at stake. The story is interesting enough to not mind that his newfound powers come way to easily and with not too many side effects. It's not your typical fantasy/magic novel so it's kind of refreshing.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Ryan Mueller

    These books are the kind of fantasy you don't see as often these days. Good classic fantasy. Some people might say they're geared toward a younger audience, but I don't care. I enjoy them because they remind me of the kinds of stories that made me fall in love with fantasy in the first place. This one is also a rarity in the genre because it has a single point of view character. That makes for a quicker read and a deeper connection with the character. In all, this was a lot of fun and an improveme These books are the kind of fantasy you don't see as often these days. Good classic fantasy. Some people might say they're geared toward a younger audience, but I don't care. I enjoy them because they remind me of the kinds of stories that made me fall in love with fantasy in the first place. This one is also a rarity in the genre because it has a single point of view character. That makes for a quicker read and a deeper connection with the character. In all, this was a lot of fun and an improvement on the first book in the series. Rating: 9/10

  5. 4 out of 5

    Lundos

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. A fairly standard continuation. The protagonist(s) join forces to fight the bad guys from Incendin. There are a few twists, but experienced Fantasy readers will spot them a mile away. I still enjoy the quick pace and simpleness of the plot, though, the lack of insight and understanding from Tan is somewhat annoying.

  6. 5 out of 5

    Steve Becotte

    Please make a MAP! Why is there no map? It's killing me. I need maps in books like this. Please add it to the books Please make a MAP! Why is there no map? It's killing me. I need maps in books like this. Please add it to the books

  7. 5 out of 5

    Franklin J. Vergara M.

    Fun and light perfect for a quick read The author continues to present a consistent and fun story. The book is engaging, fun, and straight forward, a good rest for those of us that need a change of pace for a few hours. The only thing I keep lamenting is the hero. Although brave and courageous, the guy is just too dense. He is not challenged or anything. He just mentally lazy, undisciplined, expects (needs) that all other around him provide the solution for his issues. He is the kind of guy that Fun and light perfect for a quick read The author continues to present a consistent and fun story. The book is engaging, fun, and straight forward, a good rest for those of us that need a change of pace for a few hours. The only thing I keep lamenting is the hero. Although brave and courageous, the guy is just too dense. He is not challenged or anything. He just mentally lazy, undisciplined, expects (needs) that all other around him provide the solution for his issues. He is the kind of guy that wonders all the time: why me? Instead of thinking: why not? And just try. Still the guy is likable, and thank The Maker, is always been pushed forward.

  8. 4 out of 5

    Michelle Nelms

    Delightful I'm really enjoying these books. They remind me of other series that I have enjoyed for similar reasons. I love that they remind me of Avatar the Last Airbender, with the people connected to elemental power. I love that it reminds me of the first time I read the Sword of Truth series, because our protagonist has great power if he can learn to master it. I don't mean to imply that this is a copy of any other series. It's very much its own unique story. But it's comfortable to read. It ha Delightful I'm really enjoying these books. They remind me of other series that I have enjoyed for similar reasons. I love that they remind me of Avatar the Last Airbender, with the people connected to elemental power. I love that it reminds me of the first time I read the Sword of Truth series, because our protagonist has great power if he can learn to master it. I don't mean to imply that this is a copy of any other series. It's very much its own unique story. But it's comfortable to read. It has familiar aspects. I also really enjoy the personification of the elemental spirits. I'm excited to continue this series.

  9. 5 out of 5

    Margaret Stevens

    How does someone learn a skill when he has no tutor? The author gives us a ringside seat to learning this as we watch Tan in this book. Tan learns about the fire elementals that he freed from the frozen lake. He establishes contact and speaks to them telepathically. He also speaks again to the water elementals. With great fumbling and doubts about himself, he contacts the earth and the air elementals. We find that Tan is mostly interested in helping all beings grow and be true to themselves, and How does someone learn a skill when he has no tutor? The author gives us a ringside seat to learning this as we watch Tan in this book. Tan learns about the fire elementals that he freed from the frozen lake. He establishes contact and speaks to them telepathically. He also speaks again to the water elementals. With great fumbling and doubts about himself, he contacts the earth and the air elementals. We find that Tan is mostly interested in helping all beings grow and be true to themselves, and he tries to give himself the same chances. I really loved this book, and I think you will too.

  10. 4 out of 5

    Dustee Shane

    Better than the first. Editing is better than the first. Fewer grammatical mistakes. Better logic. Like many looong series, the characters don’t progress as quickly as in a trilogy. Also, like loooong series, the characters surge in ability and then backslide, somehow weaker than in earlier books. That can be frustrating and boring. Story is still pretty interesting, though.

  11. 4 out of 5

    Eric Evans

    This was another great novel. I like the writing style, it's fast paced and gets to the point. A lot of novels I read dwell on the style of clothing or the jewelry well for me that's boring let's get to the action. This was another great novel. I like the writing style, it's fast paced and gets to the point. A lot of novels I read dwell on the style of clothing or the jewelry well for me that's boring let's get to the action.

  12. 5 out of 5

    Gin Hunt

    YES! You must read this book and all the rest this author writes! Great book and with an ending so I get to choose wether to buy the next book or not. Of course I will. Besides being a great book, this author needs and deserves our support.

  13. 5 out of 5

    Iain Dawson

    Excellent read! Why are books 1 & 3 not on KU? Seems strange, maybe need to have a word with the 'zon! You write very well, but peeps are likely to bypass this when already paying for KU! Excellent read! Why are books 1 & 3 not on KU? Seems strange, maybe need to have a word with the 'zon! You write very well, but peeps are likely to bypass this when already paying for KU!

  14. 5 out of 5

    Jamie

    Great read Great story telling. I have enjoyed going on this journey with Tan and watching him discover who is is. I feel a lot of us do not realize our potential until we are placed in a situation where we need to rise up. And that is what Tan is doing.

  15. 4 out of 5

    Thomas

    This is the second book in the series and its getting really good. For the first time in ages, I've found a series that can hold my interest long enough for me to get through one book, let alone two books! This is the second book in the series and its getting really good. For the first time in ages, I've found a series that can hold my interest long enough for me to get through one book, let alone two books!

  16. 5 out of 5

    Daplace1949gmail.Com

    This was a good second book. Tan continues to develop his understanding of his gifts and powers. And so does his relationships with Amia and Roine.

  17. 5 out of 5

    Nancy

    Tan & Amia I thought this book was great. Had to put it down for any reason. Getting the next one now. And they are fairly inexpensive. LOVE IT!!!

  18. 4 out of 5

    Ditzy dodo

    Am Loving reading the D.K Holmberg books The Cloud Warrior Saga books are really great to read if you are into adventures and twists and turns in every page left me wanting to know how it ends

  19. 4 out of 5

    Forrest Corbin

    Great series, I'm on to book 4! Great series, I'm on to book 4!

  20. 4 out of 5

    Donna Cameron

    Wonderful read Great story. Leaves me longing for more. Can't wait to get next one. Thinking of reading prelude before third book. I think it will keep the story flowing. Wonderful read Great story. Leaves me longing for more. Can't wait to get next one. Thinking of reading prelude before third book. I think it will keep the story flowing.

  21. 5 out of 5

    kevin yarbrough

    Good book This was a good book. The series is picking up more. Starting on book 3 now and can't wait to see what happens Good book This was a good book. The series is picking up more. Starting on book 3 now and can't wait to see what happens

  22. 5 out of 5

    Ron

    Very Good Well wriiten with strong character's this second book in the cloud warrior series follows on nicely from the first. Would definitely recommend Very Good Well wriiten with strong character's this second book in the cloud warrior series follows on nicely from the first. Would definitely recommend

  23. 5 out of 5

    Apriljoy

    The second book was even better then the first, I really enjoyed reading this book, Can’t wait time start the next one!!!!

  24. 5 out of 5

    Ray Knighton

    Fantastic I love the way the story moves and begans again like waves in the ocean! But always changing just a little and ends with you wanting more.

  25. 5 out of 5

    M.M. Schreier

    Average fantasy that continues to entertain but not wow. It's sort of an afternoon read on a day where you just don't really want to get out of bed. Escapism without really telling anything new, but still reasonably enjoyable with likable characters. Average fantasy that continues to entertain but not wow. It's sort of an afternoon read on a day where you just don't really want to get out of bed. Escapism without really telling anything new, but still reasonably enjoyable with likable characters.

  26. 4 out of 5

    David Bennett

    This story continues the previous Cloud Warrior Saga. I feel much the same about this book as the one that preceded it. Good: Fairly decent, though unoriginal world-building. The author creates a mostly believable world and there is a sense that there really is a whole world out there beyond the location(s) the story takes place. Somewhat original magic system, though with faults (see below). The story moves along pretty rapidly and doesn't get boring (except for the whiny thoughts of the protag This story continues the previous Cloud Warrior Saga. I feel much the same about this book as the one that preceded it. Good: Fairly decent, though unoriginal world-building. The author creates a mostly believable world and there is a sense that there really is a whole world out there beyond the location(s) the story takes place. Somewhat original magic system, though with faults (see below). The story moves along pretty rapidly and doesn't get boring (except for the whiny thoughts of the protagonist). Bad: Irritating stupid characters. Tan (the chosen one) is an incredibly whiny, none too bright teenager. He consistently ignores clues that keep smacking him in the face. Even when his assumptions are dis-proven over and over again, he keeps clinging to them and doesn't for a moment believe what events and other character keep telling him. Of course, he isn't the only one. This feels like another one of those "typical teen" novels where the authorities and pretty much every adult who should know what they are doing, is also stupid beyond belief. Rowan, the supposed mentor is bad at his job and the teachers at the "university" don't sound like they could teach their way out of a paper sack. The "chosen one" who fakes his way to victory. Frankly, lots of fantasy novels use this trope and here it is used to the point of absurdity. Every time Tan tries to use do something, he can't do it until the absolute last minute, and then he does it better than those who've trained for years. Bah. It is both frustratingly unrealistic and too predictable. So, final verdict, will I read the next in this series? I'm honestly not sure. I was ambivalent about reading this after the first, and nothing in this outing has made me any more confident that the author will improve in future volumes.

  27. 5 out of 5

    Rebecca C. Cardenas

    I have absolutely loved the Cloud Warrior Saga, the imagination of the entire series held my attention. It was great to just dive right into the story and get lost, in a very good way. That being said I move on to my thoughts on this series editing. Some of my ratings on these books were four stars instead of the five stars it would have deserved, I will give you a few of the reasons why I think this. The first is editing errors, whomever the "EDITOR" is needs to actually read the books. My nex I have absolutely loved the Cloud Warrior Saga, the imagination of the entire series held my attention. It was great to just dive right into the story and get lost, in a very good way. That being said I move on to my thoughts on this series editing. Some of my ratings on these books were four stars instead of the five stars it would have deserved, I will give you a few of the reasons why I think this. The first is editing errors, whomever the "EDITOR" is needs to actually read the books. My next criticism is about how not all the books are marked properly (in the synopsis portion where you read what the e-book is about) with the order in which to read them. Also whomever did that whole debacle with the books order sucks and is off the Christmas list. I unintentionally read a few books out of order due to this. Someone please let all these editor's know not to add in a book later, then call it book 2.5. Holding back such minimal content is annoying, next time put the books that are under a hundred pages together in one book. I would pay extra to have that little convenient option. My last complaint is that I have just downloaded book eight in this series which makes me sad because I do not want the story to end. I highly enjoyed these books, the short little books in the series were more like short stories but that is just typical for me as I read fast. I had hoped the books would get magically longer that what they last more than one evening. Also I will be copying and pasting this review to the other books since it is more of a generalized review, plus it was not a spoiler review either; hate those. Buying any of these books in this series is worth it the imagination of them is great and the adventures are awesomely lively, enjoy!! -rcc

  28. 5 out of 5

    Stephen

    The powerful draasin – elemental creatures of fire not seen for a thousand years – have returned. Not all are convinced they should have been freed. As Tan struggles to learn earth shaping, he discovers dangerous fire shapers from Incendin have come to Ethea. When the city is attacked by the draasin, Tan must use his connection with them to learn why. Doing so leads him from the city and forces him to once more face the terrible shapers of Incendin, but this time bound to the draasin for help. The powerful draasin – elemental creatures of fire not seen for a thousand years – have returned. Not all are convinced they should have been freed. As Tan struggles to learn earth shaping, he discovers dangerous fire shapers from Incendin have come to Ethea. When the city is attacked by the draasin, Tan must use his connection with them to learn why. Doing so leads him from the city and forces him to once more face the terrible shapers of Incendin, but this time bound to the draasin for help. If he fails, much more than his life is at stake, for Incendin has stolen the artifact and plans to use its power for unknown destruction. The characters in this story are well thought out. The story is great, following Tan and others as they grow and discover who they are. Could not put this down, it will suck you in and keep you until the end. Worth your time and effort to read, for all ages. Great Reading Everyone!

  29. 5 out of 5

    Jack Murphy

    I thought Bound by Fire was another great chapter in the Cloud Warrior saga. Tannen continues to evolve in his skill as a shaper and more importantly, we are starting to see that he has the makings of a Cloud Warrior with the ability to shape all four of the Elements, Air, Water, Earth and Fire. The relationship between Tannen and Amia continues to develop , with their bond growing ever greater despite multiple obstacles to making it succeed, least of which that Amia is a Spirit Shaper and Aeta. I thought Bound by Fire was another great chapter in the Cloud Warrior saga. Tannen continues to evolve in his skill as a shaper and more importantly, we are starting to see that he has the makings of a Cloud Warrior with the ability to shape all four of the Elements, Air, Water, Earth and Fire. The relationship between Tannen and Amia continues to develop , with their bond growing ever greater despite multiple obstacles to making it succeed, least of which that Amia is a Spirit Shaper and Aeta.(The Aeta people are traveling wanderers and traders.) We get to learn more about the various great Elementals and I am certainly looking forward to the next book in saga, Changed by Fire! Jack Murphy

  30. 5 out of 5

    Liza

    An excellent continuation from the first book! We get to see how Tannen evolves in skill. We get a better understanding of the relationship between Lacertin and Roine/Theondar the Warriors. The relationship between Tannen and Amia has developed a bond but there are multiple obstacles to making it succeed, least of which that Amia is a Spirit Shaper and Aeta. The Aeta people are much like the the gypsy Romany and are traveling wanderers. We get to learn more about where gifts are from and the gre An excellent continuation from the first book! We get to see how Tannen evolves in skill. We get a better understanding of the relationship between Lacertin and Roine/Theondar the Warriors. The relationship between Tannen and Amia has developed a bond but there are multiple obstacles to making it succeed, least of which that Amia is a Spirit Shaper and Aeta. The Aeta people are much like the the gypsy Romany and are traveling wanderers. We get to learn more about where gifts are from and the great Elementals. Another great chapter in this Saga.

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