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Eye of the Tornado (The Fourth Dimension, Volume III Book 3) [Kindle Edition]

Kevin Domenic
4.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (4 customer reviews)

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Book Description

A fourteen year old boy.

Kindel Thorus hailed from the remote planet of Zo'rhan, a planet populated by a space-faring warrior race of the same name. Unmatched in combat and skilled in even the most advanced sorcery, Kindel led an armada of battle-hardened soldiers against those who sought to impose their might upon the weak and defenseless. Many feared him. Others revered him.

And now his biggest threat is a fourteen year old boy.

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War erupts in Eye of the Tornado, the third volume of The Fourth Dimension. With his precious amulet stolen and young Arus fighting alongside his nemesis, Kindel Thorus makes a drastic decision that has the potential to collapse the very universe upon itself. Consumed by a thirst for justice, Kindel leads the Vezulian Armada into one final battle to either save the universe . . . or destroy it.

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Reader Reviews
  • 5 Star Review: "If you're thinking of just buying the third book and skipping to the end, don't. Buy the first two. They are that good, you won't regret it." - Jerry Hanel, Author of Death Has A Name

  • 5 Star Review: "After you finish this book, you will be a bit sad because you will want more." - M. Staggs, reviewed on Amazon.com


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About the Author

Kevin Domenic has been writing fantasy novels since age fourteen. Born in 1980, Kevin grew up in Thomas Edison's hometown of West Orange, New Jersey. Now living in St. Louis and pursing his writing career, Kevin's goal is not to create books, but worlds.

When he isn't writing or working his full-time job, Kevin enjoys gaming, watching hockey, playing guitar, and of course, spending time with his wonderful fiance.

Although his current focus is The Fourth Dimension, other unrelated projects are in the works as well.

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  • File Size: 456 KB
  • Print Length: 252 pages
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services, Inc.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B004HYHDHI
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  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,044,261 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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5.0 out of 5 stars Great series March 2, 2014
By Charlie
Format:Kindle Edition|Verified Purchase
I enjoyed following the characters through their trials and watching them grow. I'm glad for the initial free book to get me started, then bought the other 2. Thank you Kevin Domenic for writing these, and I look forward to more stories.
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5.0 out of 5 stars The Fourth Dimension books get better all the time!! September 23, 2011
Format:Kindle Edition|Verified Purchase
I recommend this book to anyone who has read the first two in the series. It is a story that can stand alone as well, although to get the most out of the tale, you really should read "Key To the stars" and "Alliance of Serpents", volumes I and II of The Fourth Dimension.
One thing I especially loved about this particular installment in the series is the way that Kitreena ans Arus continue to develop their own particular talents, learning how to use their gifts to serve the greater good.
After you finish this book, you will be a bit sad because you will want more. At this time, September 2011, there isn't any more of The Fourth Dimensions stories to read. <sigh>
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4.0 out of 5 stars A satisfying conclusion March 20, 2011
Format:Kindle Edition
In "Eye of the Tornado" Kevin Domenic delivers a comprehensive and satisfying conclusion to the epic story of young warriors Arus and Vultrel and brothers Damien and Kindel Thorus. As in the first two books of the trilogy, amidst a story of action and intrigue we are presented the character's struggles with the moral dilemma of when killing really is the best course of action. I found the colourful range of characters interesting because they were not divided simply into the good and the evil, but we also see the shades of grey where wrong choices are made and repented. I did find that the star ship battle at the centre of the action required a very strong visual imagination - but it would be great in a film. I was aware in this book for the first time that there was a level of Christian allegory - with reference to The Maker in informing the choices the warriors were making. As in the previous two books, the strong writing, good characterisation and vivid action make for a compelling read. (Review of free copy).
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5.0 out of 5 stars Wow... just.... wow. Amazing. January 31, 2011
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This series is probably one of the best series I've read in the past 3 years. Incredibly well-written. Written in Manga style, I felt right at home with all of the characters. (I love manga. =)) The themes of honor, duty, loyalty and respect run deep as in most Manga themes, but the characters are far from cardboard manga repeats.

If you're thinking of just buying the third book and skipping to the end, don't. Buy the first two. They are that good, you won't regret it.

While the first book dealt with loyalty and honor, the second dealt with redemption. The third book has at it's forefront coming full circle in restoration. The whole series takes on deep topics like redemption, honor, loyalty, love and even the existence of God, but it never felt trite or canned. The third book completes the story of Arus, wrapping up this very engaging tale in an amazing apocalypse that leaves your wanting to turn the pages faster, but not miss a single word.
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Kevin Domenic has been writing fantasy novels since age fourteen. Born in 1980, Kevin grew up in Thomas Edison's hometown of West Orange, New Jersey. Now living in St. Louis and pursing his writing career, Kevin's goal is not to create books, but worlds.

Much of Kevin's writing is based on his faith in Jesus Christ. While "The Fourth Dimension" takes a more abstract look at the concept of a Creator, his book "Building Blocks" focuses on the difficult questions facing Christians and addresses subjects such as faith in the face of tragedy, the hypocritical behavior within certain churches, and the process of growth through hardship.

When he isn't writing or working his full-time job, Kevin enjoys gaming, watching hockey, playing guitar, and of course, spending time with his wonderful fiance.

Although his current focus is the Fourth Dimension series, other unrelated projects are in the works as well.

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