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ISBN: 0525464921

ISBN13: 9780525464921

Fire Bringer

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A mystical deer, whose arrival was prophesied, arrives just as the old ways are abandoned. Will he save the herd and the world? This description may be from another edition of this product.

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7 ratings

Bought for nostalgia

I had bought this book because I had read it a long time ago and really enjoyed it. It's a good story about good triumphing evil.

this book is very good

fiction that jumps off the page great book to read with a cozy wrap and a cup of tea highly recommend this book

Fire Bringer

Imagine that you have just given birth to a beautiful fawn, only to find out that his father had been viciously murdered only moments before. You are Eloin, and now are forced to be with the malicious Lord of the Herd, Drail. When Eloin's fawn, Rannoch, is five months old, he must leave the Home Herd with a doe that he thinks is his mother because of a Prophecy. For six years, Rannoch's journey leads him to encounter his special powers, his problems, secrets and Lera(animals) along the way. I would recommend Fire Bringer for anyone who lovs to get sucked into a book so you feel as if you're one with the Herla(deer) cantering through the heather, munching on the grass, and stampeding into battle. Clement-Davies writes with so much power and detail it's almost overwhelming. I hope you will love this book as much as I did.

Caught up in Fiction

If you ever wanted something that was worth reading, then i suggest Fire Bringer by David Clement-Dawes. If you dont, then, well, i pity your imaginative soul and the survival of your imagination. Im in love, and its with this book. Books have that affect on me, and its rather pathetic, but i surrender to new worlds each and every time i pick one up. This is only the 2nd book that ive ever read thats touched me so much that im pissed off even when a least favorite character of mine dies, i literally threw it against the wall, and then retreived it and apologized for my unrashness. How can something fictional affect my real life? I think im wandering between reality and fiction, and im liking fiction alot more. Who knows, some day i may end up in the looney bin, but with my imagination, i will not be alone. No indeed.The book. So much deception, and murder, and conspiracy, i love it to death. A prophecy that must be fufilled, or death will come to all the Herne. People, read this book, if you like to read. Even if you dont like to read. This book is a god amongst anthromorphic books, and im loving it.

an epic worth reading

Fire Bringer is truly an epic. It chronicles the whole life of a deer. The way the book is set up and the writing style is great. It starts on a dark and stormy night when the main character is born on that same night his father is murdered. the book never stops from there. The ending is a bit of a let down but the whole stor is so amazing that it doesn't matter. I highly recommend this book to all ages. It will give you an appreciation of nature and especially deer that no other book can give you. READ THIS BOOK!!!

Fire Bringer

"Fire Bringer is a riveting story and deserves to be widely read..." These were the words of the author of the infamous Watership Down. I do not believe that they do this book justice. Fire Bringer is the story of Rannoch, a young deer born to fulfill a destiny that he desperately tries to escape. He is the fawn born with an oak leaf birthmark on his forehead, the fawn destined to lead his kind (the Herla- -deer) out of the tyranny of their evil ruler, Sgorr. This book is a deep novel that manages to make acute, yet general ties to religion and compels you to the end. However, David Clement-Davis' writing style is crisp and imaginative- -it does not weigh the reader down so that they feel exhausted when finished reading. Instead, it makes them feel refreshed, and even awed, by the exquisite brilliance of this book. I couldn't put Fire Bringer down- -it is packed with adventure, prophecies, action, myth, anthropomorphic genius, and even a hint of romance (though it is difficult to do so with deer, making Clement-Davis' writing all the more impressive). I highly suggest it to anyone in search of a good read. Like it or not, it will hold you to the very end- -for example, I loved the charm and dark foreboding of the beginning part, and was slightly disappointed to lose it as I moved on to Rannoch's more mature adulthood. However, I found the part one's light foreshadowing was only building up to a greater, more fantastical destiny. I was kept on the edge of my seat, and, despite age or genre preference, I'm sure it will keep anybody else lucky and smart enough to read it there, too. I would also recommend David Clement-Davis' other, daker masterpiece, The Sight, to anybody who liked Fire Bringer. It centers, however, on wolves...

An Exceptional And Powerful Story!

David Clement-Davies's first novel is a truly excellent book for readers young and old alike. Fire Bringer is a gripping saga that draws you into an animal world that is at once incredibly convincing yet also a sharp reflection of our own. Epic but suspenseful and swiftly paced, Fire Bringer follows closely in the tradition of another beloved fantasy and one of my all-time favorite books, Watership Down. It is a story of war and healing, cast with unforgettable characters -- particularly Rannoch -- and told with the resonance of legend. Fire Bringer has the ability to be a classic fantasy and is perhaps the best book I've read this year. I don't give 5 star ratings often but Fire Starter is definitely worthy of it. Do yourself a favor and get a copy as soon as you can.

Fire Bringer Mentions in Our Blog

Fire Bringer in Literary Critters: 8 Novels with Animals as Main Characters
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Published by Ashly Moore Sheldon • September 04, 2020

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