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Continued from book 2:

Following the destruction of the City of Glass through an explosion of sonorics, huge numbers of refugees have descended upon the Chevakian capital Tiverius.

The refugees are mostly members of the rebel group Brotherhood of the Light, supporters of the old royal family. They are injured, scared and hungry, and few speak Chevakian. The young Queen Jevaithi and her lover Isandor are amongst them, safe from the Eagle Knights for now.
Young Eagle Knight Carro is waiting in an old farmhouse with his fellow Knights for the order to invade the camp, capture the Queen and deliver her back to his father, where she will continue to live as imprisoned puppet for the Knights' tyranny.

The Chevakians know none of this, and struggle to contain the refugee population, and the dangerous sonorics contamination the people have brought from their ravaged country, contamination that defies Chevakian efforts to contain it, and is getting worse, not better.
In their struggle for power, the Brotherhood and the Knights disturbed something from an ancient and magic civilisation.
The sorcerer Tandor knows what happened, but he is on death row in a Chevakian jail.
The southern woman Loriane is aware of the things that are required, but she is amongst Chevakians who can't understand her.

The Chevakian proctor Sadorius han Chevonian could put the pieces of the puzzle together, but he is struggling to keep the peace, and besides, Chevakians don't believe in magic.
Meanwhile, the massive, and malevolent, sonorics cloud drifts towards the city, hungry for revenge.

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Blood & Tears (Book 3 Icefire Trilogy)
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4.1 / 5
A good read
December 28th, 2014
An interesting concept and well written, I read all three books of the trilogy in quick succession. One thing that annoyed me about this eBook version was the poor editing. Lots of minor errors were present, and they seemed to get worse through the trilogy. It almost seemed like somebody re-typed these books from a printed version based on the types of errors. Also, the trilogy reads more like one book than three books, as they are fairly short and tell a single story. The story and writing might get 5 stars from me, but the editing and delivery cost it a star.
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Ice fire Trilogy was great!
August 31st, 2014
Fantastic read! Loved the characters and the suspense. I wish there was more as I didn't want it too end
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Book three
March 1st, 2014
A good ending but comes up short.
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Blood & Tears
June 26th, 2013
A wonderful, & suspenseful conclusion to this epic trilogy.
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