Introducing Hunter Brown and the Consuming Fire

Next up is Hunter Brown and the Consuming Fire by Christopher and Allen Miller (Warner Press).

Young adult/middle grade contemporary Christian fantasy

Second in the Codebearers series.

    After returning from his first trip to Solandria, Hunter Brown finds himself alone with memories of his adventures and many unanswered questions. He returns to school with the sneaking suspicion he is being watched, but his tendency to think he is being trailed by the Shadow lands him in a heap of trouble.

    Soon, Hunter takes a wild ride to Solandria with two new friends, Trista and Rob, and a furry creature, Boojum. The land has greatly changed. The Codebearers have been scattered and the Resistance is weak. With more questions than answers, Hunter, Trista and Rob begin their quest, led by a mysterious flame. Their goal is to find the Seven mentioned in the Author’s Writ. But they face a brutal adversary, Xaul, who threatens to steal the flame and destroy all that remains of the Resistance.

    – Publisher

What others are saying:

    Though it hardly seems posible this book is even better than the first. I loved the new characters but am glad they kept the old ones too. The creatures are so cool (expecialy the snarks) as are the transportations: giant turtles, flying ships. I loved everything about this book. This is a must read.

    – Elijah Duval, reviewer at

Learn more.
Read the first four chapters
Look inside
Read endorsements of Hunter Brown and the Consuming Fire
Watch a video trailer
Read a review at the Christian Book Club and Book Trends
Read interviews with the Miller Brothers at WhereTheMapEnds and with L. B. Graham

Obtain a copy of Hunter Brown and the Consuming Fire.
from Warner Press
from the author (autographed copy)
from Amazon
from Barnes & Noble

Look for or request a copy at a bookstore near you (ISBN# 978-1593173579)
Ask your local library to order a copy.


About Rebecca LuElla Miller

Rebecca LuElla Miller is a full time freelance writer and editor.
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