Fans of Amy Kuivalainen will devour this first book of the Firebird Fairytales. While bounds and leaps different from her entertaining and imaginative Magicians of Venice series, CRY OF THE FIREBIRD offers the same dedication to magic, an authentic sense of place, and the utilization of myths and legends.

In this case, Russian and Finnish fairy tales are at the root of the story, and readers are immersed in frigid Russia, right on the border between the human world and the world of magic—Skazki. As always, Kuivalainen works with a large cast of characters, each immensely different from one another in personality and power. 

Fans of reluctant heroes, mythological magic and creatures, budding romance, and races to save the world from dark magic will love CRY OF THE FIREBIRD and the universe Kuivalainen has crafted. 

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