Fleabag and the Fire Cat

Fleabag and the Fire Cat He s got three legs millions of fleas and serious cattitude Fleabag the alley cat must save King Phelan s realm Domnall Chancellor of all Wizards has kidnapped Gemma the young Fire Wielder who prot

  • Title: Fleabag and the Fire Cat
  • Author: Beth Webb
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 213
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • He s got three legs, millions of fleas and serious cattitude Fleabag the alley cat must save King Phelan s realm Domnall, Chancellor of all Wizards has kidnapped Gemma, the young Fire Wielder who protects the land, and set her adrift in a small boat Washed ashore, she s rescued and set to work mending fishing nets Gemma has forgotten who she is and what she should bHe s got three legs, millions of fleas and serious cattitude Fleabag the alley cat must save King Phelan s realm Domnall, Chancellor of all Wizards has kidnapped Gemma, the young Fire Wielder who protects the land, and set her adrift in a small boat Washed ashore, she s rescued and set to work mending fishing nets Gemma has forgotten who she is and what she should be doing Meanwhile, Domnall is closing in with his deadly tendrils of Blue Magic He s about to bring the Ring Fire under his sway and be master of all But Fleabag and his daughter Cleo have other ideas.

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    1. I read this book almost immediately upon completing Fleabag & the Ring Fire (book 1) because I couldn’t stay away from my new favourite fictional feline. A few years have passed since Gemma became a Fire Wielder, she is struggling with the pressures of protocol is locked in her office to study and misses the days when she was Gemma Streetchild.Just like the first book in the trilogy Fleabag & the Fire Cat is told in a fast pace. A lot happens in this story and Gemma goes on quite a jou [...]

    2. Fans of Fleabag, the disreputable moggy who's the true hero of Beth Webb's first book about his adventures with young Gemma, the orphan kitchenmaid, will be glad of his return in this sequel. Gemma, now the new Fire Wielder, feels trapped by the responsibilities of her office. When her misgivings lead her into a wizard's trap, can Fleabag and his daughter Cleocatra save the day? This second book is darker than the first, dealing as it does with the consequences of happy endings, but it's a welco [...]

    3. I read this book 7 years ago and for some reason te stry just keeps tugging on my mind to re-read it. I remember absolutely loving this series in Year 6. I think I'll have to track it down again :)A better reveiw then soon :)

    4. This book was the launching pad of a fruitless book hunt for its prequel and sequel. My avid search is proof of how good 'Fire Cat' is.

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