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Furyborn (Empirium #1)

Follows two fiercely independent young women, centuries apart, who hold the power to save their world...or doom it.When assassins ambush her best friend, the crown prince, Rielle Dardenne risks everything to save him, exposing her ability to perform all seven kinds of elemental magic. The only people who should possess this extraordinary power are a pair of prophesied queens: a queen of light and salvation and a queen of blood and destruction. To prove she is the Sun Queen, Rielle must endure seven trials to test her magic. If she fails, she will be executed...unless the trials kill her first.A thousand years later, the legend of Queen Rielle is a mere fairy tale to bounty hunter Eliana Ferracora. When the Undying Empire conquered her kingdom, she embraced violence to keep her family alive. Now, she believes herself untouchable--until her mother vanishes without a trace, along with countless other women in their city. To find her, Eliana joins a rebel captain on a dangerous mission and discovers that the evil at the heart of the empire is more terrible than she ever imagined.As Rielle and Eliana fight in a cosmic war that spans millennia, their stories intersect, and the shocking connections between them ultimately determine the fate of their world--and of each other....

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Furyborn (Empirium #1) Reviews

  • Brittney ~ Reverie and Ink

    4.5 Stars!!

    This was REALLY fun.

    Only minor spoilers below - nothing big.

    Let's start with the prologue because holy crap that was fantastic. Way to suck me in, Claire. Anyway, we're thrust into an intense birth-and-escape scene where Queen Rielle delivers her daughter and shoves her into the arms of a young boy-Simon- telling him he must escape and save her life. Simon basically witnesses this whole horrific scene with the queen and an angel that has come for her before whisking the baby to safe

  • Melanie

    ARC provided by Sourcebooks in exchange for an honest review.

    “The queen stopped screaming just after midnight.”

    Apparently, this is going to be a super polarizing book here on Goodreads, which is totally fine. Whatever your feelings are towards this book, they are totally valid. I did end up really enjoying it though. I thought it read like an adult high fantasy, I loved the constant juxtaposition between the two main protagonists, I thought it was high action back to back to back, and I love ...more

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  • bran (brandonthebookaddict)

    Well. Here’s to a new season of FANTASY 👏🏻

    To say I went into this book with reservations and Z E R O expectations is an understatement because this book is h e l l a f u c k i n g HYPED.

    H Y P E D i tell you.

    but, bUT, was. really. fucking. GOOD.

    I was honestly not expecting the amount of great good epicness that was this book.

    Aside from the riveting and hyping reviews, there were also the polarizing and scathing reviews, but most of them consisted mainly of points that either state

  • Alana • thebookishchick

    "We  all have darkness inside us, Rielle. That is what it means to be human."

    Thank you Sourcebooks Fire for providing me with an early copy of this!

    Plain and simple, I loved this. The premise of this book was so incredibly intriguing to me that even if I had not received a copy of this book I would be racing to the bookstore on release day to get my hands on it. Two Queens that are separated by a thousand years but somehow their lives are intertwined to determine the fate of the world? YES PLEAS

    But it does get a little confusing...

    The actual first chapter of the story takes place before the prologue, in fact ALL of Rielle's story takes place before the prologue. Basically the prologue is kind of like Rielle's end game, and the story then reverses and takes you on the journey of what exactly happened to Queen Rielle and the seven trials she endured. I genuinely liked Rielle, I loved reading about the trials that she went through, her "forbidden romance", and the angel/villian who was mind speaking to her. Plus Corien, the angel/villian, was so well written that I was dying for Rielle's chapters just to get some more Corien action.

    And I totally loved that the angels are the bad guys in this one, because like, when are they ever?

    Skipping ahead to the next chapter, you'll meet Eliana, the Dread of Orline, which basically just means she's an assassin for the Empire and the best of the best (even though it seems just about everyone she fought was much better than her?) Whatevs, you catch my drift. Anyway, Eliana's story takes place 1000 years after Rielle's, where Eliana suddenly finds herself thrown into a mission with rebels, the very people she murders for a living, in a desperate attempt to save her mother after she goes missing. She meets a boy, Simon (ahem, ahem), from the Red Crown rebel group who tells Elianna he will help her find her mother as long as she helps him first. And so begins their little tango of deceit, lies, and withheld truths to one another.

    I really enjoyed that each chapter bounced back and forth between Eliana and Rielle, it made reading the story so much more intriguing and left me dying for "just one more chapter" every time I was able to sit down and read this. So if you can, read this when you have plenty of time and minimal distractions, you can thank me later ;)

    Now I promise I will not give away any major spoilers, but I  did deduct a half star because the "big" plot twists are honestly kind of obvious from the prologue.  There will be plot twists you didn't see coming though! The other half star I deducted was due to how confusing this story actually becomes about 60% in. There are SO MANY unanswered questions upon finishing this, and so many "wait what the heck just happened" moments. I understand that there are two more books but to read 500+ pages and not even know why angels/humans are at war with one another was a little disheartening. A GIRL NEEDS TO KNOW! Also, while technically we know Rielle's ultimate ending from the prologue, we never get there. And I have a feeling we were not even close to getting there. Which is why y'all better believe I will be first in line for book two! But still, it was kind of a bummer.

    All in all, I would definitely recommend this one to any high fantasy lovers. If you like ToG, you will probably love this one. If you like well written villains, don't skip this one. If you like betrayals, forbidden romances, magic, badass females, action-packed pages, then mark your calendars because this bad boy hits the shelves this Tuesday!

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  • Christian

    I finished this first thing this morning and was gonna write a review for it sometime throughout the day, but now I just ate two huge wraps and fell into my bed so I guess it ain't happenin'.

  • Melissa ♥ Dog/Wolf Lover ♥ Martin

    November Fairyloot ♥ More pictures linked below ♥


    Holy shite balls! I loved this freaking book and I have a new favorite author and I hope the rest of the books in the series are just as good!

    I love some bad arse woman in books. I had about 20 gifs of bad arse women to go with this statement but we will just go with a couple or so.... =D

    This story is about Eliana and Rielle. This is told from both of their stories, one from the past and one in the present. I'm not going to get to

    "Since our war with the humans began, I have had only one dream. Every night, the fog surrounding it lifts, and I understand more of what I see: a woman, made of gold brighter than the sun. She stands in a river of blood, and light falls from the ends of her hair. Is she friend or foe? This my dreams have not made clear to me. But I know this: she will come. In this war, or the next-she will come."

    -Lost writings of the angel Aryava


    "Lift your eyes to the eastern skies

    Wait for the sun, and with it-rise

    We will march down the roads gone black with the dead

    We will tear down their walls and paint their crowns red."

    -A rowing song composed by suspected Red Crown ally

    Ioseph Ferracora during the siege of Arxara Bay


    "Dark-hearted Tameryn had never seen anything good come by daylight. With her daggers, she carved shadows from every corner and hollow. She breathed life into their gasping mouths, twined them around her limbs and neck, tied their newborn fingers into the ends of her hair. There the shadows whispered secrets to her, in gratitude, and so she was never alone, and always safe in the shroud of night."

    -The Book of the Saints

    This book made my day!

    Happy Reading!

    Mel ♥

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  • Emma

    This classic fantasy inspired, angeltastic first in a trilogy is straight YA, but still has enough depth to interest a wider audience.

    Easily the best part is the bright cinematic nature of the background, the sense of place and history that allows the book a greater impact than the plot would give it alone. It's appealing on so many levels- the elemental magic, the events and individuals of the mythic past, legendary beasts, battles between angels and humanity... It's these bits that made me wa