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Fire Dreamer [Paperback]

Beth Webb
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16 July 2012
It is 58 AD. As the Romans tighten their grip on Britain, so the tribes' resistance increases. But lust for power knows no loyalty. A demon promises failed king Admidios untold wealth and glory in exchange for the soul of Tegen, the young 'Star Dancer' druid in training - Britain's only hope. Unaware of this dark bargain, Tegen sets off to find Mona, the elusive Isle of the Druids, where she hopes to learn the magic that will defend her homeland. On the way, she meets Owein, another young druid who is not what he seems and knows far more than he is willing to tell - even to Tegen. Owein offers to take her to a Grand Council of druids and war leaders, where, he assures her, she will find a guide. But Admidios is also waiting there, poised with all his demonic powers. Then a murder by magic brings the British alliance tottering on the brink of disaster, and a black raven of ill-omen flies in the face of all Tegen holds dear. Her only hope is to dare to walk through the flames of Sacred Fire.

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  • Paperback: 400 pages
  • Publisher: March Hamilton Media; 2 revised edition edition (16 July 2012)
  • ISBN-10: 0956867340
  • ISBN-13: 978-0956867346
  • Product Dimensions: 19.6 x 13 x 3.2 cm
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (9 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 1,258,283 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

More About the Author

Beth wanted to write since she was about 3, scribbling on paper and folding the 'pages' between bits of cardboard.
She studied Sociology and Psychology at university then became a hippy in a houseboat in Amsterdam, with a spell in a Bavarian castle.
Since then she's been a journalist (which she wan't good at), a radio broadcaster (which she loved), a cook, a cleaner and a mum to four amazing kids.
Beth wrote her first children's book, 'The Magic in the Pool of Making,' to encourage her eldest son to want to read. The next thirteen titles followed slowly but surely, bringing dragons, talking cats and fire-wielding druid girls to the page.
She studied for her MA in Creative Writing at Bath Spa, and subsequently has taught writing for the Open College of the Arts and the University of Lancaster 'Crossing Borders' project in Africa.
Beth teaches writing to children and young adults at Kilve Court Residential Education Centre in Somerset.
As well as writing, Beth is also a performance storyteller, working from Orkney to Cameroon, and has even braved Glastonbury to tell stories in the mud!
Beth also illustrates for Books Beyond Words - innovative publishing for adults with learning disabilities.
you can read more about Beth on www.bethwebb.co.uk and www.stardancerbooks.com

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Undercover: Rarely do sequels come as good as this. Teen Titles: A fantastically good read. Love Reading: Thrilling and crackling with magic.

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Tegen, headstrong druid-in-training, has struck out alone – but the world beyond her village is a dangerous place. The Roman invaders are tightening their grip on the land and the British tribes are warring instead of uniting. When Tegen meets a sensible young druid he seems the perfect guide. But Owein's dark past is chasing him and he brings Tegen into the orbit of a deadly new enemy. The Shadow Walker and his raven-familiar covet her new found fire-magic – and will stop at nothing to control the young Fire Dreamer’s spiralling powers . . . --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.

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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Fire Dreamer 30 Sep 2007
Format:Hardcover
After Star Dancer, when Tegen is surrounded by druids and family, it seems a little strange when she begins to stretch out on her own, to Mona. I think that it's written really well to show Tegen's growth as a person and as a character, because she gains her independance and does what she thinks she should...she has to act on gut instinct as she has nobody (except possibly Owein)to go to for advice.
The new wave of evil is the bit that was weird...needless to say, it gave me the creeps! (but for those who haven't read it, I shan't expand so not to give it all away!!) After Derowen and Gorgons in Star Dancer, this makes Tegen much more vulnerable, not wrapped so much in cotton wool any more. She has also grown up some more, and is coming into her own.

Fab read...and I can't wait for the next one!
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4.0 out of 5 stars Fire Dreamer reviewed by Georgina Lucas 17 Dec 2008
Format:Paperback
The story is about a teenage girl called Tegen, who was announced to be the long awaited star dancer in the first book of the series, "Star Dancer". She is destined to save the world from evil using her gift of magic. At the beginning of the book Tegen is waiting for an opportunity to travel to the island of Mona, so she can complete her training and become a druid. This opportunity is presented to her and so she continues on her epic journey, where her past comes back to haunt her. She must use her newly found fire-magic, but with the shadow walker watching her every move she must be careful not to fall under his control.

I thought the book was difficult to understand at first, but this only because I have not read star dancer, the first book in the series, so I originally did not understand what was happening. However, the more I read then the more I understood and it eventually became very clear about what was happening. I really enjoyed the story and it found it extremely exciting at certain points in the middle of the story. The only problem I had with the story was at the beginning of the story where it was slightly boring and there was also sections where Tegen was constantly travelling where I almost lost interest. Overall, I definitely enjoyed the book and I found it exciting, thrilling and enjoyable once the story got going.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Just incredible! 20 Aug 2008
Format:Hardcover
I am good friends with Beth Webb and I have to say that this book is fantastic; it really does her talent justice. I enjoyed Star Dancer and it's really good to see Tegen in the real world gaining independence and really maturing.

I can't wait for Wave Hunter - I hope it'll be just as amazing as this!
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars A brilliant book 17 Jan 2009
A Kid's Review
Format:Paperback
After reading star dancer I had been waiting in anticipation for fire dreamer to come out and it met my expectations bringing new characters and twists into the story. A brilliant book and I cant wait for wave hunter to come out!!!
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Format:Kindle Edition|Verified Purchase
I have loved this book for many years in paperback and finally thought it was time to get it on my phone so i can have it with me at all times. I have been transfixed by the story of Tegan and all her friends. I am truly enthralled by these books. Beth Webb is an amazing writer for both children and adults.
Truly worthy of 5 stars!
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