It is 58 AD. As the Romans tighten their grip on Britain, so the tribes’ resistance increases. But lust for power knows no loyalty. A demon promises failed king Admidios untold wealth and glory in exchange for the soul of Tegen, the young ‘Star Dancer’ druid in training – Britain’s only hope.
Unaware of this dark bargain, Tegen sets off to find Mona, the elusive Isle of the Druids, where she hopes to learn the magic that will defend her homeland. On the way, she meets Owein, another young druid who is not what he seems and knows far more than he is willing to tell – even to Tegen. Owein offers to take her to a grand council of druids and war leaders, where, he assures her, she will find a guide.
But Admidios is also waiting there, poised with all his demonic powers.
Then a murder by magic brings the British alliance tottering on the brink of disaster, and a black raven of ill-omen flies in the face of all Tegen holds dear.
Her only hope is to dare to walk through the flames of Sacred Fire.
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Fire Dreamer Map:
Tegen began her journey in the bottom left hand corner of the map, near what we call Wells, and travelled northeast to Sul’s Land (Bath) where she met Owein.
The Stone Forest at Avebury (without the trees)
Together they walked to Avebury, then along the Ridgeway until they reached the Thames (River Thame).
Wayland’s Smithy a ‘Wight Barrow’ (Ridgeway) where Tegen slept with the ancestors
The river took them north until they came to the Sinodun hills (Wittenham Clumps) and Dorcic (Dorchester on Thames) where most of the book’s adventures take place.
The River Thame at Sinodun
Trade reviews: Undercover: Rarely do sequels come as good as this.
Teen Titles: A fantastically good read.
Love Reading: Thrilling and crackling with magic.
http://www.goodreads.com/book/show/1865114.Fire_Dreamer and http://www.amazon.co.uk/Fire-Dreamer-Beth-Webb/dp/0956867340/ref=sr_1_sc_1?s=books&ie=UTF8&qid=1367416682&sr=1-1-spell&keywords=bethwebb+fire+dreamer