Read Call of Fire (Blood of Earth, #2) Online Free - When an earthquake devastates San Francisco in an alternate 1906, the influx of geomantic energy nearly consumes Ingrid Carmichael. Bruised but alive, the young geomancer flees the city with her friends, Cy, Lee, and Fenris. She is desperate to escape Ambassador Blum, the cunning and dangerous bureaucrat who wants to use Ingrid’s formidable powers to help the Unified Pacific—the confederation of the United States and Japan—achieve world domination. To stop them, Ingrid must learn more about the god-like magic she inherited from her estranged father—the man who set off the quake that obliterated San Francisco.
When Lee and Fenris are kidnapped in Portland, Ingrid and Cy are forced to ally themselves with another Ambassador from the Unified Pacific: the powerful and mysterious Theodore Roosevelt. But even TR’s influence may not be enough to save them when they reach Seattle, where the magnificent peak of Mount Rainier looms. Discovering more about herself and her abilities, Ingrid is all too aware that she may prove to be the fuse to light the long-dormant volcano . . . and a war that will sweep the world.
|Title||:||Call of Fire (Blood of Earth, #2)|
|Number of Pages||:||416 pages|
August 21, 2017
*Genre* Historical Fiction, Steampunk
Call of Fire is the second installment in author Beth Cato's Blood of Earth series. Call of Fire picks up where Breath of Earth left off. It has been an awful week for protagonist Ingrid Carmichael. As the...
September 03, 2017
The already detailed and complete alternate history of America becomes even more layered in the second installment of this series. I love the additions of new cities and new historical characters, especially Theodore Roosevelt. I looked forward to his introduction since the moment he was mentione...
May 25, 2017
The dangerous misadventures of Ingrid, Cy, and the rest of their charismatic team continue in the sequel to Breath of Earth. This time, they run from the disaster of San Fran and hope to find safety elsewhere--but Ambassador Blum has other ideas.
Just as thrilling as the first (and with a dash of...
May 16, 2017
Thanks to a Goodreads Giveaway I had the joy of reading a galley copy months before this book is released! YAY GOODREADS!
Call of Fire picks up right where Breath of Earth left off--and I mean *right* where. We are instantly thrown into post-earthquake chaos and follow Ingrid and crew int...
June 24, 2017
Be warned; this starts out as the last book ended so if you have not read book one you will be very lost. Ingrid, Cy, Lee, and Fenris have escaped San Francisco but are still in danger. The mix of history as we know it and history in a steampunk world is still very interesting. Cato even has a li...
May 22, 2017
Beth Cato's "Call of Fire" is the second book in a series that started with "Breath of Earth," and it delivers in much the same way that "Empire Strikes Back" delivered after "A New Hope." It is darker, broader in scope, and takes the characters deeper, all while maintaining the adventurous tone...
October 11, 2017
4.5 stars, actually
Call of Fire picks up where Breath of Earth left off: with Ingrid wounded, Cy care-taking, and Fenris obsessed with the aerial ship, Palmetto Bug. They are fleeing the devastation of San Francisco, and the loss of Chinatown. First stopping in Portland where Cy and Ingrid are se...
September 04, 2017
Call of Fire by Beth Cato
Repeating my self from my previous review. An alternative world setting in 1906 provides the scene. Women are treated in a despicable fashion that sadly was pretty much true in that time period's reality. One of the things I liked about this book was that Cato based her s...
July 30, 2017
This is the second book in the Breath of Earth series; I got it through Edelweiss to review. I really really loved Breath of Earth. Unfortunately for some reason Call of Fire really fell flat for me; there was just too much war and rioting and running from place to place.
Ingrid and crew are flee...
September 05, 2017
I won this book in a Goodreads-Giveaway, and this is my honest review.
I thought this book was amazing. All of the characters continue to grow, becoming more morally gray as the story takes them deeper into the war between the U.S./Japan and China. Ingrid is a black female geomancer, in an alterna...