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The Providence of Fire

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Having learned the identity of her father’s assassin, Adare flees the Dawn Palace in search of allies to challenge the conspiracy against her family. Few trust her, but when she is believed to be touched by Intarra, patron goddess of the Annurian Empire, the people rally to help her retake the capital city. As armies prepare to clash, the threat of invasion from barbarian hordes compels the rival forces to unite against their common enemy. Unknown to Adare, she is also on a collision course with her brother Valyn, renegade member of the empire’s most elite fighting force, the Kettral. The terrible choices they face may make war between them inevitable. Fighting his own battles is their brother Kaden, rightful heir to the Unhewn Throne, who has infiltrated the Annurian capital with the help of two strange companions. The actions Kaden takes, and knowledge he obtains of the secret history that shapes these events, may save Annur…or destroy it.



  • Let me rephrase that for you: To begin with, let me express my strong dislike for the character Adere. In my opinion, she is incredibly foolish, educated yet ignorant, heartless yet caring, and an overall "good guy" that I have ever come across in my reading. I disliked her so intensely that I went as far as searching online to find out if she meets her demise in the next installment, as I simply refuse to buy a book with such an infuriating idiot as a central character. As for Valyn, I must say that despite his eight years of training, he disappoints as a leader. It seems like blindly making decisions would have yielded better results than the choices he makes. It's evident that the author intended to pile up one troublesome situation after another, without demonstrating an ounce of competence from the supposed "heroes." And have I mentioned how much I despise Adere? On a positive note, I must commend Simon Vance, the narrator, for his exceptional performance. He truly did a fantastic job.