Summary

In The Phoenix Endangered, the second entry in "The Enduring Flame", Tiercel, a budding High Mage, and Harrier, a reluctant Knight-Mage, develop greater power - and learn of the evils of war when they see the devastation caused by the fanatical armies of the Wild Mage Bisochim. The desert tribes, led by young Shaiara, flee Bisochim's evil, seeking a legendary oasis deep in the desert - a refuge that may hold the key to stopping Bisochim and preserving the Balance between Light and Darkness, or that may be the cause of Light's ultimate downfall.
©2008 Mercedes Lackey; 2008 James Mallory (P)2008 Tantor
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4 out of 5 stars
By Amazon Customer on 27-07-09

Give the kids a break!

The other reviews seem to get hung up on the "whining" of the main characters. I think what they are forgetting is that the main characters are just teenagers that have had the task of saving the world thrust upon them. They have recently (less than a year) found out they both have magic and have no real idea yet how exactly to use it and not a lot of help figuring it out. I don't know about anyone else but I get more whining from my teenagers about doing chores than the two main characters exhibit. This is a realistic reaction to the situation they have been thrown into and I think it makes it a more plausible storyline.

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3 out of 5 stars
By Keith on 20-11-08

O.k., but somewhat boring.

The story is entertaining but there was a distinct lack of any action. My other criticism is that after about 3/4's of the book I got very tired of the incessant whining of Tiercel and Harrier. Hopefully, the next book will move at a better clip and find our protagonists with more backbone.

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