CSFF Blog Tour – Martyr’s Fire by Sigmund Brouwer


Eagle-eyed visitors to the site – ok, any-eyed visitors to the site – will have noticed something of a hiatus in the regular posting schedule that once blighted this blog. And that same mini-hiatus has led to this rather late and even-more-lame-than-usual offering for this months Christian Science Fiction and Fantasy Blog Tour. Still, since we’re here now, may as well join in, eh?
This month the tour has been featuring Martyr’s Fire, book three in the Merlin’s Immortals series by Sigmund Brouwer.

So here, in the spirit of not really entering into the spirit of the thing, is what everyone else has done:
Shannon McDermott enjoyed it more than the previous two books in the series.
Nikole Hahn was less enthusiastic about the mid-series sag.
That didn’t bother Jennette Mbewe, who laughs in the face of trilogies and just dived in without even reading the preceding stories.
Speaking of which, Meagan at Blooming with Books is ready with a handy re-cap of the story so far.
And if you want to look beneath the surface, Becky Miller is ready to blow the lid off the truth behind miracles (at least, in the context of Martyr’s Fire).
Oh, and if you missed your usual mid-tour musical interlude, go back and remind yourself of the rock opera version of The Orphan King, book one of the Merlin’s Immortals series, from an earlier blog tour.

The tour isn’t over yet, so to find out more get clicky with the tour links on your right, or visit the author’s website. Or, you know, just go right ahead buy the book from the amazon links above or your local fiction emporium.

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2 Responses to CSFF Blog Tour – Martyr’s Fire by Sigmund Brouwer

  1. Nice tour synopsis and way to take part! Thanks for the linkback by the way 😀

  2. Pingback: Martyr’s Fire by Sigmund Brouwer – CSFF Blog Tour, Day 1 | A Christian Worldview of Fiction

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