Rule of Fire by Autumn M. Birt

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Find Rule of Fire on Amazon at http://www.amazon.com/dp/B00DHT3NC8

Six friends stand alone against the combined Orders of Fire, Water, Air, and Earth, protecting a girl whose forbidden abilities have condemn her to death. Now they are joined by a man who was once the Curse, the Church’s most powerful weapon and Ria’s greatest threat. Left with no name and no memory, the decision to aid this stranger will cost friendships and more as the group of friends journey north to seek a tribe of people lost to time amid an ancient war. The path home is riddled with dangers as the Church of Four Orders still seeks Ria and the former Water Priestess Nirine. For one High Priest, the desire for vengeance is personal.
Ria must unravel the mysteries of her power to find acceptance in a world where her abilities are considered a taint. Is the strange gift of magic an aberration that should be destroyed or something far more, related to the skills held by the Elementals who rule Myrrah?

The sequel to Born of Water, Rule of Fire is book 2 in the epic fantasy trilogy, the Rise of the Fifth Order. Return to the world of Myrrah ruled by the Church of Four Orders. Born of Water is free on Amazon US. You can find it at: http://www.amazon.com/dp/B007AUWMDG. In July, Rule of Fire is half price with coupon SSW50 as a part of Smashwords Summer/Winter sale where you can find it formatted for kindle at: https://www.smashwords.com/books/view/327909

Do you want an epic fantasy adventure that is different from the typical sword and sorcery with elves, dwarves, and dragons? Do you like strong characters, a world of unique cultures and people tied together by commerce across a temperamental sea, and a clever villain seeking vengeance?

Then welcome to the world of Myrrah, ruled by the Church of Four Orders - Fire, Earth, Water, and Air. But there exists another gift, dubbed magic, which is considered an aberration by the Church. To be born with the powers of magic is to be condemned to death. To be born with the ability to control an element is to be born to a life serving the Church... and obeying its rules.

In book 1, Born of Water, one Priestess stood against the Church to protect sixteen year old Ria, beginning an epic fantasy adventure led four unlikely friends across the breadth of their world to seek answers hidden in the buried archives of the Temple of Dust. Secrets from an ancient war and discoveries of hidden power led to a fight for survival that threatens to tear apart their world.

The journey and questions continue in book 2, Rule of Fire. What is magic and why does the Church want those who harbor its power exterminated? Finding the answers is the only way to protect Ria and others like her who control magic.

What people are saying about the Rise of the Fifth Order Series!
"I recommend Rule of Fire to anyone who enjoys epic fantasy!" - W. Stuart 5 stars on Amazon

“Just finished Born of Water book 1. Amazing, can’t wait to read the next one. Instant fan, keep up the amazing work!!!” – Edward Brady

“I read a lot of fantasy and I’d rate this as a great new author and a great new story! I can not WAIT for the next book and will check back often for it!” – Katy Reany 5 stars on Amazon

“I would recommend it to fantasy adventure fans, those who like a little romance, and anyone who is a fan of magic! I know I will read the next installment!” – W. Stuart 4 stars on Amazon

“I loved two battle scenes in particular. The battle at the Temple of Dust and the battle at the Temple of Wind. Fire versus water. Air versus Earth. Thrilling!” – Futureboy 4 stars on Amazon

“I’m biased, because this is exactly my sort of book. But maybe that bias should make me more critical…but there is absolutely nothing to dislike about Born Of Water…We’re not simply reading about this quest…we’re there with them.” – Stewart Bint 5 stars on Smashwords

“I’m halfway through Rule of Fire and I’m already looking for news of the next book. I’ll admit to being a fantasy addict, which means I’ve read an awful lot of books over the years from Tolkien onwards and I can honestly say your storytelling and character development are up there with the best of them. Keep writing (please!).” – Ian Leggatt

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