Oracle: Fire Island by C.W. Trisef

Oracle: Fire Island by C.W. Trisef

Publication Date: March 2012
Publisher: Trisef Books, LLC
Pages: 303
Purchase: Amazon | B&N

The adventure continues! With the first element (earth) painfully collected within the Oracle, Ret Cooper and his friends return home to find that things are only heating up. Thanks to some mischief caused by the peculiar Benjamin Coy, Ret’s second scar makes its explosive debut. But what does it mean, and where will it take them? These questions gnaw at Ret as he begins his sophomore year at Tybee High.

With challenging twists, inspired turns, and a few unexpected surprises, our hero once again confronts danger and disaster, while discovering newfound feelings for a certain female companion. Old friends and foes, along with a few new ones, follow Ret as more of our world’s mysteries lead him to Fire Island and the second element (fire). Ancient artifacts, a hot-air balloon, lines in the desert, a city in the mountains, tribal societies, and even the navel of the world all play their parts in Ret’s continued quest to fill the Oracle.

This second installment in the Oracle series is a must read, full of fun, adventure, and wholesome purpose. Hang on tight as author C.W. Trisef takes you to places and predicaments you have never seen before or even imagined, and makes you feel like you are a part of Ret’s destiny, to cure the world.

Review:

Ret and the gang are back in action and the story is heating up! In the second book of the Oracle series, Fire Island, C.W. Trisef introduces new characters and an even more daunting task involving the next element to be collected for the oracle. The first book in the series, Sunken Earth, was a great beginning; a wild and intriguing way to discover Ret’s super-human abilities. Fire Island is written in a familiar style, with crazy antics and flamboyant characters, but even more witty dialogue and surprising developments!

Ret is anxious for his next ability to surface. When he finally gets a taste of the new fiery power, figuring out how the oracle works continues to be a mysterious and unsolvable puzzle. Two separate trips to South America lead to clues and a blooming romance. The romance comes as a surprise, but is wholly welcomed as it proves that the Oracle series is a read that doesn’t only appeal to action-adventure or science-fiction fans.

There’s more than just the mystery of the next element to look forward to. Trisef ends Fire Island on a note of unexpected revelations that put readers in high anticipation of the next adventure!

Read our review of book one of the Oracle Series – Oracle: Sunken Earth!

Comments

  1. Great review! Can’t wait to read it.

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