James E. Wisher
- Title: Raging Sea and Trembling Earth
- Author: James E. Wisher
- ISBN: null
- Page: 472
- Format: Kindle Edition
Damien St Cloud has barely begun his search for Connor Blackman when a new threat appears on the horizon, ships sailing out of the Old Empire No one has had contact with the empire in 400 years What could they want and what will it mean for the kingdom Meanwhile, out in the haunted lands, Connor searches for an artifact of dark and dangerous power An artifact that couDamien St Cloud has barely begun his search for Connor Blackman when a new threat appears on the horizon, ships sailing out of the Old Empire No one has had contact with the empire in 400 years What could they want and what will it mean for the kingdom Meanwhile, out in the haunted lands, Connor searches for an artifact of dark and dangerous power An artifact that could bring the kingdom to its knees Out in the Western Ocean Damien will come eye to eye with the most powerful creature on the planet In the haunted lands Connor will risk his existence to see his sinister plans to completion.
Recent Comments "Raging Sea and Trembling Earth"
Great readDoesn't make things overly complex, like the way characters are handled. Best fantasy series I have read in a while.
Full of intrigue and action.The story continues with the forces of light and darkness colliding at every turn.Damien is the strongest weapon the king has but not the only one. While he is busy on various missions, his master is directing her forces in and around the castle and far away to other areas of the kingdom where enemy forces are performing dark deeds for unknown reasons. The true goal of the evil warlock, Connor, is still a mystery. The intention to start by taking over the Kingdom is c [...]
The series is ok so far, competently done for the most part, but in my humble opinion nothing really stand out yet. The magic system is really an afterthought, it just a convenient plot device to assign character roles. In terms of structure, the multiple POV isn't the best either. The minor characters aren't very interesting and the author seems to relegate them to doing minor things that the main character can't be bothered with or can't be present for which means that the rather lengthy chapt [...]
So my conclusion on this book is that it's a man's version of a wish fulfillment novel, which is just fine, but the main character is wanted by all the females, and he can do the strongest magic, and he can fight etc etc. Just made me chuckle.But the story continues to be entertaining, the action is good, and there's just enough intrigue to keep me engaged.Look forward to the 3rd book.
In this book (composed of two stories) the plot slowly comes together. We learn more about the warlock Connor Blackman as some chapters are told from his POV for the first time. In fact, there were multiple characters who were used to tell the story for a handful of chapters. The jump in POV was jarring, especially when it was a new POV character.On top of everything else, Damien has to deal with his girl troubles and all the problems Karrie causes for him, which I'd be more interested if Karrie [...]
Wishing it was OctoberI read this book in about five hours. I really enjoyed it. I mean who wouldn't like a character who isn't afraid to drop a mountain on a bad guy to stop them. If that was not enough an old character rears its ugly head. The comment that I can't wait till October is because the third book is scheduled to be released on October 5. I have already pre ordered it.
Satisfying implementation of a great conceptContinuing where the previous book left off, the roster got expanded with interesting, relatable though sometimes one dimensional, characters. It put the limelight away from the overpowered main character, and add a rich dynamic to the plot.
This book has all the good points that made this series great in the first place. It is another fast paced, "can't keep down" fantasy-action that kept me engrossed.
Good follow up storyI suppose the critics might mention some editing errors but not enough of them to detract from a good story; great for an escape read.
Decent, efficiently-plotted story, infused with an overaching conspiracy that is slowly coming together. A bit lean though, it needs more heft.
☆ Raging Sea and Trembling Earth || ✓ PDF Download by ↠ James E. Wisher 472 James E. Wisher
Title: ☆ Raging Sea and Trembling Earth || ✓ PDF Download by ↠ James E. Wisher