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Review: Fierian

Happy Saturday, Reader Friends!

Today I’m sharing my review of Fierian, the third and final book in the Abiassa’s Fire series. I was sad to see it end but happy to read the last installment of this epic fantasy.

Let’s get started!


About the Book

The Blurb: “The hour has come to set the world alight.

Abiassa’s people fall. Her Deliverers wait as Poired Dyrth marches unchecked through the Nine Kingdoms. He’s taken the Embers of countless Accelerants. He’s taken Zaethien and Hetaera, the mightiest cities of the Nine. He’s taken the blood of the royal family. Now Dyrth is after Haegan’s power—the Fierian’s power. And after that, he wants the world.

But Dyrth will not take it unopposed. Battered and outnumbered, the remnant of the Nine forge new alliances, make friends of enemies, and prepare to stand against the last great press of evil. In faith, they wait. The Fierian will come.

While war rages without and within, Abiassa’s people face their greatest need. But before the Fierian can fulfill his destiny, he has to defeat the enemy in his own mind.”

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Review

Holy Smokes! (hee hee, see what I did there?) Fierian encompasses all the things you love about the Abiassa’s Fire series. The characters. Prophecy. Fights. Mystery. and Romance.

Seriously, this book has it all and one cannot help but try and devour it in one setting. It was impossible for me to do, because I was taking my time, letting the details sink in from the Nine. And my number one thought while reading this was: why isn’t this a movie? Seriously, anyone have contacts in the film industry? Have them read this series.

Ronie Kendig is a master at world building and putting me in the heart of the Nine. I feel like I need a quiz to see which part of the region I belong to. Who would I pair up with and would I have the heart of a warrior?

The women in this book are magnificent (Kaelyria and Thiel). They are not simpering but fighting back with the strength they were blessed with. And the men are intent on protecting their kingdoms and citizens.

I LOVE THIS BOOK! Seriously, love it (I’ve got to stop saying seriously, oops). I will probably take the time in the near future to binge it in its entirety not that all the books are out together.

What about you? Have you read it already? Are you ready to find a raqine to bond with? Am I the only one who wants figurines to decorate my home with? Leave a comment and tell me your favorite part about the series.

*I received a free copy from the publisher and was not required to give a review. This review is my own, honest opinion.


About the Author

An Army brat, Ronie Kendig grew up in the classic military family, with her father often TDY and her mother holding down the proverbial fort. Their family moved often, which left Ronie attending six schools by the time she’d entered fourth grade. Her only respite and “friends” during this time were the characters she created.
It was no surprise when she married a military veteran—her real-life hero—in June 1990. Married more than twenty years, Ronie and her husband have homeschooled for the last eighteen years. Despite the craziness of life, Ronie finds balance and peace with her faith, family, and retired military working doge in Northern Virginia.

Ronie has a deep love and passion for people, especially hurting people, which is why she pursued and obtained a B.S. in Psychology from Liberty University. Ronie speaks and teaches across the country and mentors other writers.

Since launching onto the publishing scene in 2010, Ronie and her books have hit bestseller lists and garnered awards and critical acclaim.

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1 thought on “Review: Fierian”

  1. Favorite part???? It’s too difficult to pick. I LOVED THE WHOLE SERIES! The way Ronie has her men seems so warrior-like and larger than life. I would love to have any one of them be my hero. (Even Cadeif turned out to have a kind heart) Then the women like you said, WOW! Not whinny! I think with everything that was happening I’d probably just give up. I too loved the raqine. It would be fun to ride on them and OH the tender hearts of the Drigos! Such a fascinating world Ronie has created!

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