- File Size: 1192 KB
- Print Length: 306 pages
- Publication Date: June 13, 2017
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B072R3BBY7
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #4,705,176 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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The Seeker's Storm (Bk 6) (Silver Sagas) Kindle Edition
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I have not read any of the first five books. I found this book to be a stand alone story. There was just enough information written to make the reader aware of some of the preceding story line, but not too much to be retelling the previous story.
The author spins a new tale of romance between the Prince and the Captain and references previous tales and characters very well. I found the story enjoyable and likable and a fast read. I am looking forward to going back and read books one through 5 to catch up on previous events.
I also liked that the author did not use "big" or unpronounceable words/titles. Most sci-fi does. This makes the story an easy read.
I received this title free in exchange for a review from the author, whom I do not know, nor ever met.
Because this is my first book by this author, and having jumped into the middle of a series, I did miss out on really knowing these characters. They had so much history that I missed out on. Yet, I was fascinated by their relationships and friendships. Sometimes I like just being thrown into a story. I loved reading the climax on both storylines. They really drew me in. I am ready to learn more about the characters and the events. I will definitely look into the previous books and wait for the next books.
The first chapter surprised me as I needed to reread several paragraphs before I could understand the setting, or that the story was about fairies. Once I got my bearings, it took a little longer to keep the characters straight since I had not yet read the preceding books. It's possible that this book could be a stand alone, but I needed more background before I could fully immerse myself in this fantasy.
I will say that the book is well written and clever. The author is very articulate.
This particular episode follows the wind tribe military into the face of an enormous snow storm, one flake of which could take down a full sized manfairy. Then, an embassy from the wind tribe royalty subtly disappears into the volcano tunnels of a tribe just newly re-establishing ties with the rest of fairydom. And that's all you get from me!!!!! I won't give away the ending.
A wonderful high fantasy steam punk mix that never slows down. It was immensely enjoyable and I look forward to more by this author.