Sep 1, The Paperback of the Fire Arrow: The Second Song of Eirren by Edith Pattou at Barnes & Noble. FREE Shipping on $ or more!. Read Fire Arrow by Edith Pattou by Edith Pattou by Edith Pattou for free with a 30 day free trial. Read eBook on the web, iPad, iPhone and Android. In the sequel to “Hero’s Song,” Brie finds her birthright: a magic arrow that uses flame to destroy its targets. The arrow encourages Brie to carry out her vow.

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Jun 02, Amanda rated it it was ok Shelves: The novel became more and more engaging as the story progressed. At the same time, Pattou’s energetic imagination has allowed her to create many memorable characters and scenes that are vivid and lively and will appeal to many fantasy readers.

Make this your default list. Kindle Cloud Reader Read instantly in your browser. Should I read Hero’s Song before I dive into this?

I found this one to be duller than the first, with too many characters to keep track of. Feb 02, Denae Christine rated it liked it Shelves: She finally meets Balor, the third murderer, intent on becoming the most powerful force in the land, and after the compulsory high-fantasy battle, she alone defeats him. There came a point around page that I felt sure Pattou had forgotten to write several pages. The book was made up of very very short scenes. Jul 02, Jo Oehrlein rated it liked it. I read this one before I found out it was the second in a series.


I would definitely recommend this book- it’s a good, solid fantasy, even on it’s own. Mar 17, LibraryYY rated it really liked it.

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I would have to agree, but still hate that she did not figure that out before she began and left us rather hanging. On her quest, Brie has numerous adventures and eventually kills two of her father’s murderers. Amazon Renewed Refurbished products with a warranty.

However, the thing that got me most about this book was the writing style, so I don’t know if it would have made a difference. It was less so in this book, though, than the first one. Lom is not the one. Amazon Giveaway allows you to run promotional giveaways in order to create buzz, reward your audience, and attract new followers and customers.

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This was a good series, one I will be keeping on my shelf, but I have read better. She bides her time in patou friendly land, where she heals and finds happiness, until she finds herself summoned in her dreams to a mysterious bell tower. I had no idea it was a second book.

The Second Song of Eirren. Mar 28, Ashley rated it really liked aarrow. Return to Book Page. After witnessing her father’s murd Well, I remembered right. See all 19 reviews. Maybe that was not to smart to give all that rire out. Excellent, I couldn’t put it down! Brie has to come to terms with the revenge she desires for edihh father’s death as well as her growing feelings for Collum.


At the same time, Pattou’s energetic imagination has allowed her to create many memorable characters and scenes that are vivid and lively and will appeal to many fantasy readers. Magic plays a much stronger role. Didn’t know this was the 2nd in a series when I read it.

Breo-Saight, the young archer from Hero’s Song, has abandoned her lifelong mission to avenge her father’s murder.

Fire Arrow (The Songs of Eirren, #2) by Edith Pattou

The author didn’t know much about archery so I couldn’t appreciate her skill as an archer. She then travels to Dungal to avenge her father’s killers. A very interesting character study that I think was pulled off pretty well. She sets out alone, but over the course of her journey she discovers not only new friends, but she also rediscovers old friends and family, as well as learning of her own heritage, linking to the mysterious and magical golden “fire arrow” that was left for her by her mother, whom she never met.

I have been going from chat room to chat room, and club to club, searching for someone who has read Hero’s Song or Fire Arrow. Jan 30, Greymalkin rated it liked it Shelves: