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Storm in the Mountains (Turning Creek 2) Paperback – June 30, 2015
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About the Author
Michelle Boule has been, at various times, a librarian, a bookstore clerk, an administrative assistant, a wife, a mother, a writer, and a dreamer trying to change the world. Michelle writes the historical fantasy series Turning Creek. She is married to a rocket scientist and has two small boys. She brews her own beer, will read almost anything in book form, loves to cook, bake, go camping, and believes Joss Whedon is a genius. She dislikes steamed zucchini, snow skiing, and running. Unless there are zombies. She would run if there were zombies. --This text refers to an alternate Paperback edition.
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I thought the driving force of the narrative–the disappearances of remnant women–was just the right amount of plot to facilitate Marina and Reed’s changing relationship. It presented a great opportunity for Boule to insert her encyclopedic knowledge of Greek mythology and totally made my inner-nerd-girl squeal with glee. Hydras and sphinxes and three-headed dogs! Hooray! All of my favorite harpy sisters and remnants from Lightning made an appearance in Storm, but the focus was always on Reed, Marina and the sacrifices we make for love. I found this book to be–at times–bit darker than its predecessor, but Boule deftly balances the violence and mystery with a wonderfully witty romance.
I tore through Storm in a day and half, chuckling, gasping, and nail-biting the entire time. I cannot wait to continue reading my way through Turning Creek.