Cold Fire

Cold Fire

Book - 2011
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Cat and her cousin are key players in a drama of dragons and politics. Everyone wants something from them - including the warlord who's conquering all Europa and the Cold Mages who dare defy him. But the Master of the Wild Hunt is most dangerous of all. He will command Cat's loyalty using what she holds most dear. In a world where science and magic are at war, one girl must save those she loves, or lose everything.
Publisher: London : Orbit, 2011.
ISBN: 9781841498836
Branch Call Number: FANTASY
Characteristics: 512 p. :,maps ;,24 cm.


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Barbara5060 Jul 21, 2014

I didn't like this 2nd in the trilogy as much as I liked the first. There is a lot of misinformation, misdirection, and distrust happening. Seemed Long. I took a break in the middle. Then went back and finished. I am looking for the 3rd to complete the story, but feel ambivalent about finishing.

Jun 12, 2014

The beginning of the book was good, with the radicals and the headmaster and the poets head.
The middle of the story was set in 'Jamaica' and it was too long and drawn out. There could have been less romantic tension and rather more time spent learning about the hunt, instead of dithering over whether she loved her husband or not. Salt Island was an odd section of the story, seemingly created just so Cat could get herself seduced (in a strange manner) and the end was rushed.
Again, I love the world building but YA type romantic leanings and a less intense writing style from the author (compared to her other books) make this book only okay.

Jul 14, 2012



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Jun 25, 2016

the book is good and full of Jelousy

whiteshadow13 May 29, 2012

"In a world where science and magic are at war, one girl must find a way to save the ones she loves, or lose everything"--Provided by publisher.

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