The Fire Chronicle

The Fire Chronicle After the tumultuous events of last winter Kate Michael and Emma long to continue the hunt for their missing parents But they themselves are now in great danger and so the wizard Stanislaus Pym hi

  • Title: The Fire Chronicle
  • Author: JohnStephens
  • ISBN: 9780375868719
  • Page: 431
  • Format: Hardcover
  • After the tumultuous events of last winter, Kate, Michael, and Emma long to continue the hunt for their missing parents But they themselves are now in great danger, and so the wizard Stanislaus Pym hides the children at the Edgar Allan Poe Home for Hopeless and Incorrigible Orphans There, he says, they will be safe How wrong he is The children are soon discovered by tAfter the tumultuous events of last winter, Kate, Michael, and Emma long to continue the hunt for their missing parents But they themselves are now in great danger, and so the wizard Stanislaus Pym hides the children at the Edgar Allan Poe Home for Hopeless and Incorrigible Orphans There, he says, they will be safe How wrong he is The children are soon discovered by their enemies, and a frantic chase sends Kate a hundred years into the past, to a perilous, enchanted New York City Searching for a way back to her brother and sister, she meets a mysterious boy whose fate is intricately and dangerously tied to her own Meanwhile, Michael and Emma have set off to find the second of the Books of Beginning A series of clues leads them into a hidden world where they must brave harsh polar storms, track down an ancient order of warriors, and confront terrible monsters Will Michael and Emma find the legendary book of fire and master its powers before Kate is lost to them forever Exciting, suspenseful, and brimming with humor and heart, the next installment of the bestselling Books of Beginning trilogy will lead Kate, Michael, and Emma closer to their family and to the magic that could save, or destroy, them all.

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    • Jeff Raymond says:

      Putting aside Harry Potter, the landscape of children's fantasy isrange. You have your classics (Redwall, various magical series from Lloyd Alexander, Fablehaven, etc), plenty of modern attempts to replicate Harry Potter or Tolkien (Eragon, anyone?). The modern stuff in particular repeatedly leaves me cold, though. Especially when you're looking for fantasy books with appeal to all genders, since most of the middle grade fiction that's not about sports or various wimpy/nerdy children is geared, [...]

    • Jeffrey says:

      After the huge success of Harry Potter, there has been a veritable explosion of fantasy novels aimed at the youth market. But like Harry Potter, some of these books have crossover appeal to teens and even adults.A case in point is John Stephens enjoyable series "The Books of Beginning", which had its start in April 2011 with the publication of the first book in the series "The Emerald Atlas". In Stephens capable hands, this fantasy comes alive and shines. If you have not had a chance to read it, [...]

    • Martha says:

      I actually enjoyed this book more than the first one. Probably because, of the siblings, my favorite is Michael and this is his story. I was about to give this 5 stars until I read the ending. Yes, I know it's not a bad ending but knowing the third book won't come out until next year (please let it be next year!) was kind of a downer. I WANT TO KNOW WHAT HAPPENS NEXT!!! lol. When I said on my Emerald Atlas review that Emma was the least I liked I take it back lol. She really grew on me and I t [...]

    • Priscilla says:

      Initial thoughts:1. Michael was both sweet and annoying that sibling/brotherly way. Lot's of great character development and introspection with his character.2. So much magic and adventure! Fun, fast-paced read. CRAZY CLIFFHANGER CHAPTERS.3. There were quite a few Dumbledore-eque moments with Dr. Pym. It was awesome. :)4. Which reminds me, there were quite a few elements that reminded me of Harry Potter and LOTR Not too sure how I feel about that. Just something I noticed.5. Lot's of fun, and in [...]

    • Lily Pis says:

      PiĂč bello del primo 😍

    • Cintya Larasinta says:

      Aaah!!!! Kenapa di saat sedang seru mengakhiri bab akhir ini?! Siaaalaaan!!!! Mana novel berikutnya? Mengapa belum diterjemahin juga?! Penasaran!!!!

    • Angigames says:

 Stephens in questo secondo volume fa un lavoro davvero degno di nota!La narrazione ù ancora molto semplice e,come nel primo volume, incentrata sull’avventura e sul legame fortissimo e indissolubile che lega i tre fratelli Kate, Michael ed Emma alla ricerca dei Libri dell’Inizio, ma in questo secondo volume, il modo di raccontare dell’autore ù notevolmente migliorato. Preparatevi a viaggi nel tempo, separazioni dolorose, verità spaventose, rivelazioni scottanti e a tanta tanti [...]

    • Aleshanee says:

      4,5 SterneZum Inhalt9 Monate nach den aufregenden Ereignissen in Cambrigde Falls finden sich die drei Geschwister Kate, Michael und Emma in dem alten Waisenhaus in Baltimore wieder. Der Zauberer Dr. Pym hat sie dorthin geschickt, um sie zu verstecken, denn der grĂ€ssliche Magnus ist immer noch auf der Suche nach ihnen; nach ihnen und den drei BĂŒchern: den Chroniken vom Anbeginn.Dass ihre Eltern noch leben wissen die Kinder jetzt, doch weder, wo sie gefangen gehalten werden, noch wie sie sie ret [...]

    • Laura says:

      I wasn't overly thrilled with The Emerald Atlas and even less so with this middle-of-the-trilogy book; the influences of Rowling, Tolkein, Lewis and others was just so overt and the new blend didn't work for me.Example? A Big Bad who is supposed to be dead, but somehow still lives in an incorporeal form (and is looking to find a "new" body). Example? A world of magic and a world of 'normal' that exist side-by-side but with the normals not realizing (at least, they don't after the Great Separatio [...]

    • Kerith says:

      My first thought upon finishing this was dismay - oh NO, it's over and I have wait until the next one is published to find out what happened. When am I ever going to learn my lesson about the middle book in a trilogy. This was even better than the first one, even if (again) we have children of destiny and magic books and, now, elves. And the obligatory visit to Manhattan. This story is Michael's, and he doesn't disappoint. We also meet Rafe - oh man, Rafe. I should point out that I am reviewing [...]

    • Hannah White says:

      This book was amazing. It started out kind of slow, but after about 50-60 pages in, I was hooked. Haven't been able to put it down all day. So good! A lot of things were kind of predictable (at least for me) but that did not withdraw from how much I enjoyed this novel. I love the themes of this book. I love how real all the siblings are and how relatable I find them. I love Kate, how loving and selfless and kind and strong she is. I love Emma, how stubborn and brave she is, and I can't wait to s [...]

    • Luna says:

      Nunca creĂ­ que le iba a dar cinco estrellas a este libro, menos todavĂ­a considerando que al primero le di como tres nada mĂĄs, pero acĂĄ estoy. Es increĂ­ble, INCREÍBLE, lo bueno que es este libro a diferencia del anterior.Yo habĂ­a leĂ­do el primer libro de esta trilogĂ­a hace un montĂłn de años, y me no me habĂ­a gustado tanto, justamente por eso tarde años en leer el segundo, y eso que nunca pensĂ© que lo fuera a leer (lo compre usado en un puesto de la calle porque lo vi de casualidad y [...]

    • Barb Middleton says:

      This was hard to read after the fun I had reading The Vengekeep Prophecies and Deadweather and Sunrise. I needed another edit with more concentration on the plot and less meandering. I skipped along the surface like a rock on water. Of course I have a stack of 30 books to plow through right now, so I might be a wee distracted. Not to mention a humongous order, a two hour speech to prepare for, and lessons for next week. This book reminded me of Michael Scott's series that involve a brother and s [...]

    • Cath says:

      "The point of life is to be alive! To feel things. That means the good and the bad. There'll be pain. But also joy, and friendship and love!"This book. Is all that and more.Fist I wanna say that this is not the first time I read it, but the last time was 2 years ago, so I didn't remember a lot of stuff. And also, that I like this one much more than the The Esmerald Atlas, why?Beacuse: -I know the characters better -Michael gets the Chronicle -We know more about Dire Magnus -Dragons -Kate & R [...]

    • Katja Berger says:

      I denne omgang af John Stephens fantasytrilogi splittes handlingen mellem Kate, som ved et uheld ender i en tidligere tids New York, og hendes to sĂžskende der bliver tilbage. I New York mĂžder Kate nye allierede og spindes ind i en historie hun allerede har levet en del af. Ikke mindst finder hun den onde Magus og hans ophav.Kate besĂžger vi dog kun mellem de egentlige kapitler, der fĂžlger Michael og hans lillesĂžster Emma. Det er Michael der er denne omgangs egentlige hovedperson, og vogteren [...]

    • Serena.. Sery-ously? says:

      Amanti del fantasy, dell'avventura e di una buona storia Non fatevi sfuggire la trilogia-to-be (il terzo uscirĂ  in inglese a gennaio, mi pare :D) di John Stephens!!! Sono sicura che troverete pane per i vostri denti e ne rimarrete soddisfattissimi! :)Il primo volume, letto piĂč di due anni e mezzo fa (Longanesi, vai con calma a tradurre Mica ci si dimentica le storie, nel frattempo!) mi era molto piaciuto ma non mi aveva convinta al cento per cento, soprattutto per alcuni elementi un po' buttat [...]

    • Miss Clark says:

      It was over a year ago that I read The Emerald Atlas and the length of time separating these two books could not have helped how I viewed this one. Still, even without coming to this volume fresh from the first, I found this one less enjoyable for three core reasons.1. I did not understand (and still am failing to grasp) the manner in which the Dire Magnus is perpetuating his life.The life of the universe is not a straight line. Rather, imagine a circle. And along the circle, the universe is bor [...]

    • Chris says:

      Since I gave the first book in this series four stars, I feel I simply must give this one five, as the series merits at least four and this second book in the trilogy may, in fact, and most unusually, be even better than the first. It really deserves much more buzz than has come my way, and many more readers. I'm going to have to find more ways to highlight and recommend the series while we wait for the final installment.Early on, this book gives a nice little summary of the first one (though th [...]

    • Flygaren Cederlöv says:

      Författaren gör ett genidrag genom att dela upp syskonen sÄ att det Àr tvÄ historier som utspelar sig parallellt. Kate som hamnar i New York i slutet av 1800-talet, en tid dÄ magi och dess varelser fortfarande lever sida vid sida med vanliga mÀnniskor. Hennes syster Emma och bror Michael Àr kvar i sin nutid och letar febrilt efter nÀsta bok i trolldomens tre skrifter. Handlingen utspelar sig ur Kates och Michaels perspektiv.BerÀttelsen Àr snabb och mycket spÀnnande dÀr lÀsaren aldr [...]

    • Stefania says:

      In questo libro mi Ăš sembrato di cogliere un miglioramento per quanto riguarda la capacitĂ  dell'autore di attrarre il lettore alla sua storia. Forse saranno i numerosi colpi di scena, o forse il fatto che manca la lunga introduzione presente nel primo libro, in ogni caso mi sembrato pi coinvolgente del precedente.In un certo senso il protagonista diventa Michael, mentre le due sorelle vengono lievemente messe in disparte, ad ogni modo non vi un eccessivo "squilibrio" tra i ruoli dei personaggi [...]

    • Amanda says:

      AAAUUUUGGGGGGHH! So I IMMEDIATELY need to start the final book. John Stephens, you are a very cruel man. I'm glad that I read them now so that I didn't have to wait and wait and wait for the last book. So much for development in this one and insight into what drives our characters. Rats, trying not to give anything away here. Nope it's hopeless; can't do it. Anyway, thought that this was excellent and did not suffer from what many bridging books in a series do with that tedium till you get to th [...]

    • ullianachase says:

      OH MY GOD! IT WAS AMAZING! I LOVE THIS BOOK SO MUCH! I could not tear myself away from it. And as a result, i've read this book in one day! 500 pages in russian in one day without long breaks. This book remings me of The Chronicles of Narnia, a little bit Harry Potter and Sisters Grimm! Truly funny, adventurous story with fantastic siblings relationship.Already started reading the third and final book.

    • Reagan says:

      OH. MY. GOSH. THIS BOOK WAS BEYOND WORDS AMAZING. I can't even describe my feelings for this series so far, every little bit of it is amazing, and this book just made it even better!!! Every part of this book was perfect and it's one of my favorite books OF ALL TIME. I will definetly be re-reading the first two books before book 3 comes out. I JUST REALLY DON'T FEEL LIKE WAITING!!!

    • Rick Stuckwisch says:

      This second book has maintained the excellence of this riveting, well-woven trilogy. Really engaging and thoroughly enjoyable. Masterful story, constantly moving forward on a complex but coherent path. Believable, realistically flawed, and sympathetic characters. I'd compare the books favorably to those of Harry Potter and the Mysterious Benedict, sitting comfortably between those two series.

    • Courtenay says:

      It's done, and now I have to wait for the third episode in this trilogy. Jim Dale's narration adds to the enjoyment of the three children seeking books of power as well as their parents, who went into hiding to protect their offspring as well as the books. It's a wonderful fantasy, with dwarves, trolls, elves, and wizards. It's not just for young adults!

    • Ashley Brooke says:

      Book three, please! On the double! (please!)While 'The Emerald Atlas' was Kate's book, 'The Fire Chronicle' is Micheal's time to shine! Don't miss out on this sequel. It is just as cleverly written as its predecessor and will stick with you well after finishing the last sentence on the last page.Book three can't come soon enough!

    • Megan says:

      I love The Fire Chronicle! I finished this one and started the next one immediately so I don't really what happened in which book, but I loved Jake and Beetles. I'm considering opening up a shop. Anyway this was a great sequel to and awesome first book and the whole series this far is amazing.

    • Diana Braxton says:

      Wow. Going back, I am remembering all the things I loved about this series. The characters are so real and genuine, and everything about this book I hold close to my heart. I'm excited to finally read The Black Reckoning and finish the series I started almost eight years ago.

    • Sandy Irwin says:

      A very exciting adventure/fantasy novel. There were some parts that were clearly inspired by the Lord of the Rings, but otherwise, it was a very original story. I am looking forward to the final installment!

    • Megan says:

      I'm consistently impressed by TV authors who take up novel writing. Minus a few awkward passages, this is an excellent follow-up to "Atlas!" Highly recommend! Truly, this is the heir apparent "Potter" fans have been waiting for.

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