Approaching Storm

When a dark threat arises, a single boy must become a man by becoming a squirrel Jeremy Lander wanted nothing than to relax during his summer break, but a Saloli tribe looms on the brink of war and is forced to look for help outside their own species Facing the threat of never being human again, Jeremy must serve his new tribe, even to the point of death, all whileWhen a dark threat arises, a single boy must become a man by becoming a squirrel Jeremy Lander wanted nothing than to relax during his summer break, but a Saloli tribe looms on the brink of war and is forced to look for help outside their own species Facing the threat of never being human again, Jeremy must serve his new tribe, even to the point of death, all while keeping his human past a secret The stakes grow higher every day The upcoming war could affect far than one measly forest, and Jeremy may just be the deciding factor.
Approaching Storm When a dark threat arises a single boy must become a man by becoming a squirrel Jeremy Lander wanted nothing than to relax during his summer break but a Saloli tribe looms on the brink of war and is

  • Title: Approaching Storm
  • Author: Adam Bolander
  • ISBN: 9781461056317
  • Page: 323
  • Format: Paperback
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    About the Author

    Adam Bolander

    Adam grew up struggling with several learning disabilities, but they were not enough to dampen his love of books His love for reading was second only to his dream of writing his own books Though it took him several years, he has at last realized that dream Adam is the author of three free to read webnovels He never wants to stop writing, so you can expect many books from him in the future.

    386 Comment

    • Rachel said:
      Aug 21, 2018 - 15:30 PM

      When I was first given a copy of this more than a year ago, I read a chapter and a half before putting it down due to, as I recall, poor writing style. Or maybe not 'poor' - maybe it just wasn't a style I connected with. Recently I decided to try reading it again to see if I could make it even halfway through the book. No such luck. Clunky writing ("Jeremy nearly leapt down all the stairs at once, but reminded himself that doing so would not be a good idea at the last minute"), bad cliches ("the [...]

    • Jane said:
      Aug 21, 2018 - 15:30 PM

      Legends of the Saloli: Approaching Storm by Adam Bolander3.5*Jeremy Lander was just settling down to enjoy his last summer break when a family emergency forces his mum to travel and leave him alone for a few days. Wondering how he can fill his time alone he wanders outside in the sun and something very strange happens. At first he thinks he is dreaming, but he soon realises he is wide awake and things are far from okay. His body feels odd, his surroundings seem to have grown bigger and he swears [...]

    • Dylan Rule said:
      Aug 21, 2018 - 15:30 PM

      Aside from a few minor editing details, Legends of the Saloli: Approaching Storm is one of the most well written books I’ve read. The fact that it was about a boy that turned into a squirrel didn’t appeal to me when I first started reading it, but this isn’t a book to judge by its cover. By the time I finished, I wanted to read more. The author creates a realistic world with characters that you can connect with, the dialogue and narration never grows boring, and the fighting scenes, though [...]

    • Meldarion Sidhiel said:
      Aug 21, 2018 - 15:30 PM

      I picked this book up for Kindle because it was free (at the time).

    • Adam Bolander said:
      Aug 21, 2018 - 15:30 PM

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