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Reviewed by K.C. Finn for Readers' Favorite
Fire’s Heart: Book Three, The Firenight Prophecies is a work of fiction in the fantasy, action and adventure, and epic drama sub-genres, and was penned by author Darren Boeck. Intended for the general fantasy reading audience, this next book in the saga continues the action where Essence of Life left off, and we find our heroes in dire straits once more. As the political intrigue between different factions and cultures continues against the backdrop of the empire’s imminent collapse, forces on all sides face physical and emotional trials as the Battle of the Dark looms on the horizon, threatening to consume them all.
Author Darren Boeck has crafted a highly immersive, visual, and deeply detailed work of epic fantasy fiction that offers everything a hardcore fan of the genre could possibly desire, from its intricately crafted political landscape to its secretive sects and credible culture clashes. At its heart, the development of the ensemble cast brings these core elements to life, giving faces, hearts, and minds to the opposing ideas in such a way that often makes it hard to know whose ideas to root for. Nola had me from the off with her journey to find her strength, taking the traditional princess concept and really twisting it into something original and engaging as every trial tests her and her group. Overall, I wouldn’t hesitate to recommend Fire’s Heart for existing readers of The Firenight Prophecies, but also in its own right as a cinematically adept and intellectually deep work of fantasy fiction.