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Diablo III: Storm of Light Paperback – February 4, 2014
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Nate Kenyon’s first novel, Bloodstone, was a Bram Stoker Award finalist and won the P&E Horror Novel of the Year award. His second, The Reach, also a Stoker Award finalist, received a starred review from Publishers Weekly and was recently optioned for film. The Bone Factory was called “masterful” by Booklist. His fourth, Sparrow Rock, was released in 2010 He is also the author of Diablo III: The Order and StarCraft: Ghost: Spectres (2011). He is a member of the Horror Writers Association and International Thriller Writers.
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Even if that were not the case, I was so impressed with the author, Mr. Kenyon and his work on 'The Book of Cain' that I was more than prepared to pick up 'Storm of Light'.
The insight and all around information given on Cain's youth, his past, his regrets, inner thoughts... was phenomonal, as was Mr. Kenyon's prose and manner in telling the story.
The author once again does not disappoint in 'Storm of Light'.
For those on the fence, I highly recommend reading the previous stories within Diablo lore prior to reading this book, such as The Sin War Trilogy, Moon of the Spider, Sword of Justice (as well as the other comic book installments associated with the series) and The Black Road.
The reading material up above is not absolutely necessary in understanding the events of this story, however one of the major positives of 'Storm of Light' is its mentioning and inclusion of characters and referencing from the other books! I thought that was pretty awesome and came as quite the surprise. (Especially in regards to the 'The Black Road')
As other reviewers have commented, the story does struggle slightly during the middle.
I found the large ensemble cast of characters a double-edged sword (Pun intended) as I was impressed
with the inclusion of so many characters, yet it takes away from revealing too much of any single character or additional insights like 'The Book of Cain' did in regards to Deckard Cain.
Now if only we could see said characters within the actual game, even if just a small cameo.
Anyhow, happy reading everyone :D
However, it's an excellent addition to any fantasy lover's library regardless of being a fan of the game or even the Diablo fiction. Nate Kenyon is quickly becoming one of my new favorite fiction authors.