Furyborn

Furyborn

The stunningly original, must-read fantasy of 2018 follows two fiercely independent young women, centuries apart, who hold the power to save their world...or doom it.When assassins ambush her best friend, the crown prince, Rielle Dardenne risks everything to save him, exposing her ability to perform all seven kinds of elemental magic. The only people who should possess thi...

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Title:Furyborn
Author:Claire Legrand
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Edition Language:English

Furyborn Reviews

  • Kristen

    *kermit flails*

    What a great book!!! Epic, amazing characters! Gah what a great read. Fantasy fans take note! Add this to TBR

  • Melissa ♥ Dog Lover ♥ Martin

    November Fairyloot ♥ More pictures linked below ♥

    Holy shite balls! I loved this freaking book and I have a new favorite author and I hope the rest of the books in the series are just as good!

    I love some bad arse woman in books. I had about 20 gifs of bad arse women to go with this statement but we will just go with a couple or so.... =D

    This story is about Eliana and Rielle. This is told from both of their stories, one from the past and one in the present. I'm not going to get to

    November Fairyloot ♥ More pictures linked below ♥

    Holy shite balls! I loved this freaking book and I have a new favorite author and I hope the rest of the books in the series are just as good!

    I love some bad arse woman in books. I had about 20 gifs of bad arse women to go with this statement but we will just go with a couple or so.... =D

    This story is about Eliana and Rielle. This is told from both of their stories, one from the past and one in the present. I'm not going to get to heavy into this book as it comes out in May 2018.

    Both women have wonderful characters in their stories. They have magic and they do good things and not so good things. It's a world people, a world full of everything! I love it! Fighting, killing, plotting, magic, assassins, angels, etc ....

    I'm going to add a few excerpts that are actually some chapter headings:

    This book made my day!

    Happy Reading!

    Mel ♥

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  • Brittney ~ Reverie and Ink

    4.5 Stars!!

    This was REALLY fun, especially in the first 50%. I'll definitely pick up the sequel.

    Only minor spoilers below - nothing big.

    Let's start with the prologue because holy crap that was fantastic. Way to suck me in, Claire. Anyway, we're thrust into an intense birth-and-escape scene where Queen Rielle delivers her daughter and shoves her into the arms of a young boy-Simon- telling him he must escape and save her life. Simon basically witnesses this whole horrific scene with the queen an

    4.5 Stars!!

    This was REALLY fun, especially in the first 50%. I'll definitely pick up the sequel.

    Only minor spoilers below - nothing big.

    Let's start with the prologue because holy crap that was fantastic. Way to suck me in, Claire. Anyway, we're thrust into an intense birth-and-escape scene where Queen Rielle delivers her daughter and shoves her into the arms of a young boy-Simon- telling him he must escape and save her life. Simon basically witnesses this whole horrific scene with the queen and an angel that has come for her before whisking the baby to safety. (Safety meaning years and years later because Simon has that type of magic.)

    The first chapter takes us years previous before Rielle becomes the ever-famous 'Blood Queen'. We follow her story as her life leads up to the inevitable prologue. Additionally, as a dual POV, we watch her daughter years in the future, who has no idea her real heritage. We learn of a prophecy, one that speaks of the coming of a 'Sun Queen' and a 'Blood Queen'. Thanks to the prologue, we know Rielle is the 'Blood Queen'.

    Anyway, I was super invested in Rielle's story, especially knowing how it 'ends'. It's almost a villain origin story, except Rielle's heart stays true. I don't want to spoil much, but her story begins when the kingdom discovers she can control all the elements with her magic, not just one like the rest of the population. They assume she is the long-foretold Sun Queen, and to prove she is the Sun Queen and not the Blood queen, she must complete Trials in front of the kingdom. She also has a bit of a forbidden romance with Audrik , the prince, though there are about a billion things keeping them apart. Anyway, phew her scenes are super riveting, especially at first. While she's completing the Trials (which are cruelly put together), she hears a voice. She grows to know the voice as Corien and discovers he is an angel. (Which again, we know Corien is the one she tries to save her daughter from in the prologue.)

    Then we have Elianna, her daughter. In her time, she's known as the "Dread of Orline" - she's something like a bounty hunter. Think Celaena Sardothian from the 'Assasin's Blade' - or something like that. She's a bit of an anti-hero--she's fierce and doesn't listen to anyone, but somewhere in there, she has a good heart. We don't know what happened to the boy that saved her as a baby, and she doesn't remember any of that. She was raised by another family and pretty much only cares about them and no one else. BUT her 'mother' goes missing and Elianna gets mixed up with a man called the "Wolf' who makes her a deal to find her mother if Elianna will help him.

    So blah blah the story jumps in two different directions.

    Anyway, the pacing was batshit crazy. Like, there isn't a single dull moment. I almost wonder if it was *too* fast at times, but I applaud Claire's ability to suck the reader in and keep them turning the page. Expect a ton of action and intrigue. I honestly thought this would be a 5-star book up until the last 70%. I think at that point though, the crazy fast pacing lost me a bit. I felt like everything was a bit lackluster to the build-up, but that's only a personal opinion. I feel like things with Simon + Elianna were a bit rushed

    - I think Elianna's character arc felt like it came out of left field. As far as Rielle, I still like her a lot, and I loved the whole struggle with Audrik vs Corien. I think at the end, I was just expecting a big blow up with Corien vs Elianna, but nothing really happened. (Soooo I'll be back for a sequel...)

    Oh well, whatever. The story was fun! Corien was a fantastic villain - I'm super intrigued by him. If you know me, I'm a sucker for a good villain.

    Do I recommend this? You bet.

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  • Cait • A Page with a View

    This was a really fun read! There are a lot of location names that sound vaguely like Game of Thrones names, some almost sci-fi stuff, and a LOT of magic, castles, princes, and adventure. There was even a character who

    reminded me of the Darkling. The story kind of felt like some roller coaster blend of epic elements at times, so I was pretty entertained. The diversity was great to see, too!

    Rielle is kind of a special snowflake because "no human who has ever

    This was a really fun read! There are a lot of location names that sound vaguely like Game of Thrones names, some almost sci-fi stuff, and a LOT of magic, castles, princes, and adventure. There was even a character who

    reminded me of the Darkling. The story kind of felt like some roller coaster blend of epic elements at times, so I was pretty entertained. The diversity was great to see, too!

    Rielle is kind of a special snowflake because "no human who has ever lived has been able to control more than one element. Not even the saints." But she's waaaay past that whole one element limit. Her story is mostly about how she has to go through seven trials to test her powers and prove she can control her abilities so she can serve the crown prince she loves. And then the rest of the story is pretty well explained in the book description. I wasn't super into the romance, but it was fine.

    There are 2 stories going at once that take place thousands of years apart, so it did take me a bit to get into everything. I was super into the first half (the second half of the book got a little odd and lost some of my interest, but it's still fun). If you love YA fantasy then you'll probably like this one too!

    Oh, and I thought it was hilarious how there were part human/angel characters who had marks on their skin and then the villain was a white-haired guy named Valentine. Just saying...

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  • Claire Legrand

    These are the books of my heart. I've been working on them for thirteen years.

    It's a story about two young women deciding how to use their power--for good or for evil, or maybe to fight a war, or maybe not at all. These girls make lots of mistakes. They fall in love and they tell many lies. They do great things and they do awful things--sometimes to save the people they love. Sometimes to save themselves. Sometimes just for the hell of it.

    It's a story about faith--how it can help, and how it c

    These are the books of my heart. I've been working on them for thirteen years.

    It's a story about two young women deciding how to use their power--for good or for evil, or maybe to fight a war, or maybe not at all. These girls make lots of mistakes. They fall in love and they tell many lies. They do great things and they do awful things--sometimes to save the people they love. Sometimes to save themselves. Sometimes just for the hell of it.

    It's a story about faith--how it can help, and how it can hurt. It's about god and rage and war and grief, and grappling with the dark side of humanity, and how to keep fighting for what's right even when it would be much easier not to.

    It's about magic and temptation, sacrifice and desire, rage and belief. It's about monsters both profane and divine. It's about digging down into that deep burning place in your heart and telling yourself to

    . It's about helping others who can't stand on their own, and broken people coming together to make a whole.

    Also, there's kissing. Lots of it.

    I'm so excited to share these books with you. <3

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