Daughter of the Flames

Daughter of the Flames

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In a world of clashing cultures, a girl fights for freedom -- and finds a surpring romantic ally -- after learning a startling truth about her identity.
Inside an ancient temple in the mountains, fi fteen-year-old Zira trains in the martial arts to become a warrior priestess who can defend the faith of the Ruan people. Bearing a scar on her face from the fire that killed her parents, the orphaned Zira is taught to distrust the occupying Sedornes. Terror strikes when the forces of the tyrannical Sedorne king destroy the only home she knows. To survive, Zira must unravel the secrets of her identity, decide her people's fate -- and accept her growing feelings for a man who should be her enemy.
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Product details

  • 12-17
  • Hardback | 342 pages
  • 144.78 x 210.82 x 35.56mm | 521.63g
  • United States
  • English
  • 1-COLOR
  • 0763637491
  • 9780763637491
  • 2,405,469

About Zoe Marriott

Zoë Marriott made her debut with THE SWAN KINGDON. In DAUGHTER OF THE FLAMES, her second novel, she has created an equally strong heroine who fi ghts like a warrior and loves with all her heart. Zoë Marriott lives in England.
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2,128 ratings
3.75 out of 5 stars
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4 36% (768)
3 27% (579)
2 8% (160)
1 3% (60)

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Fifteen-year-old Zira has been raised in the House of God, unaware of her true identity and with no memory of her family. She only knows they were killed when the Sedorne soldiers invaded Ruan. Training to become a warrior has become her goal and purpose, but her life changes forever when she learns she has a much nobler destiny. Zira must learn to come to terms with her new identity as she tries to lead the Ruan people to safety. Her only hope of overthrowing the tyrannical King Abheron is to trust a Sedorne - though she's been raised to believe he's a deadly enemy. DAUGHTER OF THE FLAMES is a mesmerizing fantasy as well as a coming-of-age story told through brilliant prose and exciting plotting. Zira's story moves like a wildfire, burning her character into the reader's memory and heart. Marriot does a magnificent job of characterization and brings Zira's world to life with ease. I felt drawn to Zira from the moment of her introduction, and the fast pace of the story made it difficult to put the book down.show more
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