Fire Dancer #2020

Fire Dancer By Ann Maxwell Fire Dancer Rheba is the sole survivor of a blaze that destroyed her planet and Kirtn is the Bre n warrior sworn to protect the exquisite sensual fire dancer on a perilous journey to a far off planet Reprint
  • Title: Fire Dancer
  • Author: Ann Maxwell
  • ISBN: 9780451119391
  • Page: 494
  • Format: Paperback
  • Fire Dancer By Ann Maxwell
    Fire Dancer By Ann Maxwell Rheba is the sole survivor of a blaze that destroyed her planet, and Kirtn is the Bre n warrior sworn to protect the exquisite, sensual fire dancer on a perilous journey to a far off planet Reprint.
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    • Ann Maxwell

      Librarian Note There is than one author in the GoodReads database with this name 1 romance authoraka Lowell Charters, Elizabeth Lowell, A.E Maxwell individually and with co author husband Evan Maxwell and Annalise Sun Ann Maxwell has written over 60 novels and one non fiction book There are 30 million copies of these books in print, as well as reprints in 30 foreign languages The novels range from science fiction to historical fiction, from romance to mystery to suspense.Writing as Ann Maxwell, she began her career in 1975 with a science fiction novel, Change Since then, seven of her nine science fiction novels have been recommended for the Science Fiction Writers of America Nebula Award A Dead God Dancing was nominated for what was then called TABA The American Book Award.In 1976 Ann and Evan as A E Maxwell collaborated with a Norwegian hunter and photographer, Ivar Ruud, on The Year Long Day, a nonfiction work that was condensed in Reader s Digest and published in four foreign editions and three book club editions In 1985, the first A E Maxwell crime novel featuring a couple called Fiddler and Fiora was published by Doubleday The Frog and the Scorpion, received a creative writing award from the University of California The fourth book in the series, Just Enough Light to Kill, was named by Time magazine as one of the best crime novels of 1988.Ann and Evan writing as Ann Maxwell have published four suspense novels, the most recent of which is Shadows and Silk These novels appeared on nation wide bestseller lists.In 1982, Ann began publishing romances as Elizabeth Lowell Under that name she has received numerous professional awards in the romance field, including a Lifetime Achievement award from the Romance Writers of America 1994 Since July of 1992, she has had 30 novels on the New York Times list Her most recent book is BLUE SMOKE AND MURDER.

    988 thoughts on “Fire Dancer

    • I read this book in only a few hours, and I really enjoyed it I must say I wasn t expecting much from 80s sci fi romance, but this book was really well written and the world building was pretty interesting, even if some of the emo is a bit annoying at times I thought the symbiotic for lack of a better word species of Bre n and Senyasi were intriguing and I liked that the book had an actual plot, as well as bringing up some complicated relationship issues, though at times I thought it strayed ver [...]

    • I can remember reading this book in the mid 1990 s, and it is one of the many oldschool sci fi books that has stuck with me For the time I was intrigued by how unrestrained the Fire Dancer was It was quite a contrast to how the women of Pern were treated in Anne McCaffrey s books.

    • I bought it as a cheap pocket in the 80s and it s still there on the shelf It has survived several book clean outs The fantasy is amazing

    • The first time I read this book I was 11 and had just been given access to the teen collection on the adult floor of the public library Right beside Teen was Science Fiction I had read a few children s and teen sci fi stories before this, but had not really read any adult sci fi, although I watched as much of it as I could I was in love instantly with the genre.I was a bit nervous about rereading it because sometimes our loves as young people just don t stand up to the test of time, and this was [...]

    • Travel to the stars in this sci fi story where a race of beings that can create fire almost from nothing, teamed up with their furry companion they can be a formidable team Throw in a prison planet, talking snakes that can change shapes and communicate in any language, where one has to perform to get out Action and danger follow this pair as they try to escape.A must read for all sci fi lovers.Well done Ann

    • BLURB Firedancer is the story of a young girl who has lost her planet and people in the supernova of her system s sun As far as she knows, only she and her Bre n have escaped As she seeks other of her kind who might have been off planet for the disaster, she runs into trouble than she expectedThis is pulp sc fi from the eighties,very easy to read and it should be three stars, but considering I first read these when I was in my teens, it s getting a plus one star for nostalgia

    • Loved this book, the characters were fantastic and you brought into their world My books are worn out from re reading them so many times I just wish Ann Maxwell would not have given up on this series as only 3 books were written.

    • Classic eighties sci fi fantasy romance full of angst and adventure Well written, fast paced, nicely developed and full of interesting characters and surprising original plots and relationships I say original, even compared to contemporary novels.

    • Just as amazing now as the first dozen times I read it I have the edition with the sci fi fantasy cover like I originally bought many years ago not the pretty satiny looking cover that makes it seem like a romance novel Great book, totally enjoyable, a quick ready read Love The Fire Dancer

    • It s sort of like a sci fi novel written by a romance writer Actually that s exactly what it is.But somehow it ends up being quality scifi that happens to include an interesting budding romance between two aliens who are possibly the last of their respective species.

    • This was a good, light read with interesting characters and settings The ending is a little abrupt and leaves you feeling unfulfilled, but an entertaining read all in all.

    • Thankfully, better gender politics than Maxwell s romances under Elizabeth Lowell Also, talking snake for the win Full review oycetervejournal 660292

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