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THE FIRE OPAL
by Catherine Asaro

Genre: Fantasy, General Fantasy

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Fans of the Aronsdale books and new readers alike will not be disappointed with Asaro's latest. Even with no prior knowledge of the series, this is one heck of a page- turner! Ginger is tough yet innocent, and the reader can't help but root for her to succeed. The writing is crisp, the plot and action are compelling and the sweet ending will completely satisfy everyone. This is an excellent read!

Despite her youth, Ginger enjoys being the sole priestess of
the Dragon-Sun in her remote desert
village. But when Darz, a horribly wounded warrior, is brought to her temple, she has no idea that her quiet life is over. When Ginger is accused
of witchcraft by the village elders,
Darz barely rescues her from being burned at the stake.

On the run and heading for
Darz's home, Ginger must once
again face agony and death in
order to save her true love. Will
she and Darz be able to foil a
plot against their country's supposed
allies and save the queen and the
heir before it's too late? (LUNA, Jul.,
320 pp., $14.95)

Reviewed By: Rhomylly Forbes

Publisher: Luna

Published: July 2007

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