Published April 26, 1999
by Scribner Paper Fiction .
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||256|
The Fiery Pantheon Nancy Lemann, Author Scribner Book Company $22 (p) ISBN More By and About This Author. OTHER BOOKS. Ritz . While slightly crazed Walter copes with insecurities about his purpose in life, Grace introduces him to the ``fiery pantheon'' of the title: a place reserved for the noble men she admires, mostly elderly gents like her father and the judge for whom she clerks. Get this from a library! The fiery pantheon. [Nancy Lemann] -- A young woman proud of her Southern heritage is torn between two men. Grace Stewart of New Orleans must choose between a stuffy journalist, possessing the noble qualities of the South, and a slightly. Lemann's third novel moves farther away from her native New Orleans, and farther from the engaging and eccentric world of chaos and decay that made her first book (Lives of the Saints, ) such a delightful, boozy romp. The girlish voice of Lives here sounds too cutesy, an affectation that no longer suits Lemann's more serious purposeto show that ""honor is home,"" a purpose as ill.
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In "The Fiery Pantheon," the New Orleans-born author of "The Lives of Saints" and "Sportsman's Paradise" draws a humorous but sketchy portrait of this anachronistic way of life, using one family. So we read the book of Daniel with faith believing every word. In both Daniel 6, were Daniel was in the lion’s den and Daniel 3 where Shadrach, Meshach and Abednego were thrown in the in the blazing, fiery furnace, we see evident that the Lord their God was truly at . Fire is energetic. It burns hot. So giving people with fire-based abilities an equally fiery temperament acts as a kind of shorthand or shortcut, the same as giving them red hair or then there's this trope. This is one example of a Power Stereotype Flip (of which this is a Sub-Trope), giving characters with fiery powers (or lots of firepower — see Kill It with Fire, Mad Bomber. The first book in the Pantheon of Dragons series is everything I hoped it would be. Edge of your seat excitement and action, deep, powerful emotional moments and "can't look away, even though I should" moments that made my heart race and chills break out over my skin/5(96).