Fire Bringer

Fire Bringer

Book - 2000
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In a Scotland beset by Norse invaders, the deer are fighting their own war. This grand and gripping work takes readers into a world of great heroes and devious villains, ruthless warriors and loyal friends; a world of battles fought with antlers and hooves -- the world of the Herla.
Publisher: New York : Dutton Books, 2000.
Edition: 1st American ed.
ISBN: 9780525464921
0525464921
Characteristics: 498 p. : map ; 24 cm.

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Suliman
Sep 24, 2017

This book was very captivating and interesting. The characters were likeable, the villain was awesome and the world was vivid. I totally recommend reading.

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dragonette
Aug 11, 2014

A beautiful book. I liked it a lot.

forbesrachel Feb 04, 2013

This is the only book I have ever read more than once, and both times it made me cry. Fire Bringer is brilliantly written, for Rannoch is a completely believable character, and his tale is both epic and inspiring!

JewelMcLatchy Jun 14, 2012

A hidden treasure. This book is an odd combination of the Bambi and Rudolph the Red-nosed Reindeer stories (orphaned fawn who has to disguise himself by covering a fawn mark on his face), but also has all the elements of an epic hero tale, with deer lore, old gods, a tyrant in charge of the herd, an ancient prophecy to foretell the coming of the saviour of the herd. A really great read!

And watch for the Santa Claus story told from the deer's perspective

Warriorcat777 Aug 07, 2011

I absolutely LOVED this book. It is a great plot and it brings an insight of the life of a deer. Great book with amazing characters. I would definitely recommend this book!

ryanjames1995 Nov 12, 2009

I really liked this book. You really got to know the characters and their was intense, fiery relationships between them that brought the story to its climax. The only negative thing was that it dragged on a little long in the end, but it was still definitely worth reading.

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DavidSmyth
Feb 18, 2009

A great book, one of my favorites.
Even though it seems real when you read
it, and the events seem quite possible, don't
forget they're just deer.

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DavidSmyth
Feb 18, 2009

DavidSmyth thinks this title is suitable for between the ages of 13 and 25

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