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Harrier Gillain, future Knight-Mage, and his best friend, Tiercel Rolfort, High Mage in training, tread familiar ground in this sequel to 2007's The Phoenix Unchained, following the command of the Light in a quest to destroy the Dark. Accompanied by Kateta, a pushy, nagging unicorn, and the mammoth black dragon Ancaladar, the teen heroes prepare themselves in the elven city of Karahelanderialigor before setting out in search of the Lake of Fire, where the Wildmage Bisochim Bluerobe is raising a fanatic horde of desert nomads. Harrier and Tiercel's lengthy trek comes most vividly to life through the subplot of young nomad leader Shaiara, who risks her whole tribe on the chance of finding Abi'Abadshar, a legendary oasis of alien technology. Adding thinly veiled racial subtext to the customary coming-of-age world-saving story, this epic will mostly appeal to those who like their fantasy by the numbers. (Sept.)
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"Entertaining...The consistently enthusiastic performance by...Dufris transports listeners directly into the story." ---Library Journal Audio Review
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Product Details

  • Series: Enduring Flame (Book 2)
  • Audio CD
  • Publisher: Tantor Audio; Unabridged CD edition (September 30, 2008)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1400107865
  • ISBN-13: 978-1400107865
  • Product Dimensions: 6.4 x 1.1 x 5.3 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 10.4 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Average Customer Review: 3.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (43 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #3,159,987 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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Mercedes Lackey is the acclaimed author of over fifty novels and many works of short fiction. In her "spare" time she is also a professional lyricist and a licensed wild bird rehabilitator. Mercedes lives in Oklahoma with her husband and frequent collaborator, artist Larry Dixon, and their flock of parrots.

Customer Reviews

Enter Ancaladar, the "black dragon" who had helped defeat "the endarkened" at the battle of "the great flowering".
Ralph Cramden
It is very rare for me to wish that one of the "heroes" of a story would get killed but I've found myself wishing just that on more than one occassion about Harrier.
Karen
I highly recommend this book (and the first book in the Enduring Flame series) and am looking forward to the third installment.
R. Smith

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4 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Derek S. Wilson on March 18, 2009
Format: Hardcover
I really enjoyed reading this book. It starts and ends slow, but ultimately it was satisfying. There are times where it took me a long time to finish reading a chapter. Not because the book was long, or dull, but because I knew that if I read it too fast, I'd be finished with the story. The way it is seperated by telling three seperate stores which intertwine seems to fit this story quite well, though I would have preferred longer chapters with Bisochim, as I think he's one of the less developed characters of the two books. If you enjoyed the first book, this one has a bit less excitement and wonder, but still it is an enjoyable story. The cliffhanger at the end could have been better written and I felt kind of let down by that. I suspect a publishing deadline must have been looming. I'll definitely get the third book when it comes out!
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4 of 5 people found the following review helpful By R. Smith on November 11, 2008
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This is a fun and entertaining read. It is not one of Lackey's more serious novels; rather, it is a rip-rollicking adventure story. I enjoyed it highly and had trouble putting it down. The dialogue is very good and at times hilarious. If you have read the Obsidian Trilogy be forewarned that this series is not nearly as intense. One of the things I liked about this story is the introspection and the character's musings on why they are on this quest and the right and wrong of violence. Too often in these stories the main character is all too willing to pick up a sword and start swinging with no regard for the consequences or the effects.
I highly recommend this book (and the first book in the Enduring Flame series) and am looking forward to the third installment.
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3 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Arthur W. Jordin on November 17, 2008
Format: Hardcover
The Phoenix Endangered (2008) is the second fantasy novel in The Enduring Flame series, following The Phoenix Unchained. In the previous volume, Tiercel Rolfort became the first High Mage since the Great Flowering. Harrier Gillian went with him to find a Wildmage to soothe or, at least, explain his terrible dreams of the Lake of Fire. After many adventures, Harrier found himself being chosen by the Wild Magic as the first Knight-Mage since Kellen the Poor Orphan Boy.

In this novel, Harrier is rather irritated with Kareta. Since she had brought him the three books of Wild Magic, the unicorn had not stopped nagging him about reading them and about practicing the spells. Kareta is surely beautiful, but she is just so pushy. Harrier just doesn't really see himself as a Wildmage, much less as a Knight-Mage.

Tiercel is happy in the bond with Ancaladar Star-Crowned and it does help with his magic. Ancaladar is so powerful that Tiercel can do just about any magic by drawing upon the dragon's resources. Ancaladar is also mentoring him in his studies. Their only problem is the shortage of time. It takes decades of training to become a master mage and they probably only have a year or two.

They are leaving the Elven Lands and will be crossing Pelashia's Veil in a few sennights. They stocked up on supplies and equipment in Karahelanderialigor and will pick up more supplies at Blackrowan Farm. After that they must find villages and towns to restock their supplies.

In this story, they cross the Veil and the very next night Tiercel has another vision of the woman at the Lake of Fire. He wakes up everyone else with his shouts.
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5 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Ralph Cramden on May 13, 2009
Format: Hardcover
The Enduring Flame Series: What a harsh world we live in - apparently.

I just finished listening to the first 2 books of this trilogy (scheduled trilogy anyway). The Phoenix Unchained and The Phoenix Endangered. Written by Mercedes Lackey and James Mallory. Both read by William Dufris. Phoenix Unchained is 12 CDs, 13½ hrs. Phoenix Endangered is 14 CDs, 17¼ hours. I am new to both the authors and the reader.

UNlike most of the reviewers on Amazon, I am not familiar with "The Obsidian Trilogy", apparently written by these same authors. I came to this series sans history of the story so I don't care about it right now, I'm just looking at these stories as starting a new fantasy trilogy.

It seems that many of the reviewers think the story is negative because it is about 2 milk sop heros (well, milk sops because they regret having to kill thousands of people - EVEN THOUGH their actions were morally justified (ASSUMING ofcourse REVENGE is JUST moral cause for lowering one's self to the same level as those WE are killing - but then again,... isn't that the same argument THEY are making?).

It is truly a harsh world we live in if the current state of thought about these two heros in these marvelously told AND READ stories, is that they are BORING!

For myself, I have really enjoyed these 2 stories and the reader, William Dufris, is VERY GOOD. He has both the tone and range to be excellent at character identification and recognition and he is consistent. I highly recommend him as a reader if this series is indicitive of his work.

This is a "Wheel of Time" sort of series, only it moves a LOT faster - well ofcourse, if its a trilogy it would have to wouldn't it? Only here "the wheel" turns differently and for different reasons.
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