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by Mary Mackay

Free eBook The Fires of Spring download ISBN: 0451195892
Author: Mary Mackay
Publisher: Onyx Books; 1st edition (September 1, 1998)
Language: English
Pages: 378
Category: Imaginative Literature
Subcategory: Contemporary
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Mary Mackey has published eleven novels and four books of poetry.

Mary Mackey has published eleven novels and four books of poetry. She writes comic novels under the name ?Kate Clemens. To learn more, visit: ww. arymackey.

Used availability for Mary Mackey's The Fires Of Spring. March 2004 : USA Paperback.

The Fires of Spring book. In prehistoric Europe, Keru, the son of the Queen of Shara, has. She "New York Times" bestselling author Mary Mackey's published works include 13 novels, and 7 books of poetry including "Sugar Zone" which won the 2012 PEN Oakland Award for Literary Excellence.

Fascinating. -Marion Zimmer Bradley. Mary Mackey is New York Times bestselling author and award-winning poet who has written fourteen novels some of which have appeared on the New York Times and San Francisco Chronicle Bestseller Lists. She is also the author of eight volumes of poetry including The Jaguars That Prowl Our Dreams, winner of a the 2019 Eric Hoffer Award for Best Book Published by a Small Press and a 2018 CIIS Women’s Spirituality Book Award; and Sugar Zone, winner of the 2012 Oakland PEN Josephine Miles Award for Literary Excellence.

Mary Mackey has published eleven novels and four books of poetry

Mary Mackey has published eleven novels and four books of poetry.

The Fires of Spring was an incredible trip for my imagination. Sprinkled throughout are aspects of love, war and laughter. Marrah's story, which consisted of the first two books, has become the story of her daughter, Luma, and Keshna, the daughter of Arang and Hiknak. Keru, Luma's twin brother, has been captured (yet again) by the Hansi who desparately need a legitimate Great Chief.

The Fires of Spring (1949) is the second book and first novel published by American author James A. Michener.

Find nearly any book by Mary Mackay. Get the best deal by comparing prices from over 100,000 booksellers. The Girls Who Dish!: Seconds Anyone? by Mary Mackay. ISBN 9781551109459 (978-1-551145-9) Softcover, Whitecap Books, 1999.

The Fires of Spring is a work of historical fiction. Right away David remembered

The Fires of Spring is a work of historical fiction. Apart from the well-known actual people, events, and locales that figure in the narrative, all names, characters, places, and incidents are the products of the author’s imagination or are used fictitiously. Any resemblance to current events or locales, or to living persons, is entirely coincidental. Right away David remembered. Of course it was Mary’s old dress! But the whisper was so loud that Gracey Kelley heard it, too. The bitter words struck her in the face and in the heart.

Praise for The Fires of Spring. A warm-hearted, readable story, crammed with lively incident and remarkable characters.

Keshna comes of age as a female warrior in prehistoric Europe as she crosses a land of warring tribes, primitive rituals, and natural terrors to rescue Prince Keru, who has been kidnapped by the nomad diviner Changar. Original.
User reviews
Great book, but the ending left something to be desired. It left too many questions unanswered. There either needs to be another book, or something.
It was an okay novel, but not as interesting as some I have read about primitive people. I would not buy it again.
love the writing in this storyline
I loved this book, the third one in the Earthsong trilogy. It wasn't quite as stunning and amazing as the first two books in the trilogy (The Year the Horses Came and The Horses at the Gate) but it was close. It kept me turning pages and was full of plot twists and turns. I enjoyed seeing how the ancient world slowly changed due to the advent of the nomads.
I have only two complaints about this novel. First, I wanted more follow-up on some of the characters from the previous two books in the trilogy. There were a few characters, such as Dalish, who played fairly significant roles in the previous books but who get barely a mention in this one. Secondly, I think the author has used a tactic too often in the trilogy----you're led to believe that a main character has died, only for them to miraculously survive. Each one of the three books has this tactic used, and by the time I read The Fires of the Spring, I knew that the character we were told was dead was going to re-appear. And I was right.
Despite these few minor flaws, an excellent read and a great finish to the trilogy. Actually, I hope Mackey writes a sequel to this one as well!