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We're still alive. The terrible army of the Sograve—the nigh-indestructible force that destroyed so many lives on its rampage through the world—has been stopped, somehow, at Kepren, and the people of Tebria can finally take a breath and rebuild their broken lives. Caymus, the young disciple of the Conflagration who conquered terrible odds to take up the mantle of the Knigh We're still alive. The terrible army of the Sograve—the nigh-indestructible force that destroyed so many lives on its rampage through the world—has been stopped, somehow, at Kepren, and the people of Tebria can finally take a breath and rebuild their broken lives. Caymus, the young disciple of the Conflagration who conquered terrible odds to take up the mantle of the Knight of the Flame, knows, however, that the war isn’t over. The alien element still holds the cities of the North, and krealite forces have been sighted throughout the land. Now, Caymus and his companions must discover the invaders' plans, must understand, must fight, so that they can cast it out of his world. Of course, there is another question that needs answering, one which fills the hearts of even the bravest souls with worry and dread: Caymus isn’t meant to fight the Sograve alone; where are the other Knights?


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We're still alive. The terrible army of the Sograve—the nigh-indestructible force that destroyed so many lives on its rampage through the world—has been stopped, somehow, at Kepren, and the people of Tebria can finally take a breath and rebuild their broken lives. Caymus, the young disciple of the Conflagration who conquered terrible odds to take up the mantle of the Knigh We're still alive. The terrible army of the Sograve—the nigh-indestructible force that destroyed so many lives on its rampage through the world—has been stopped, somehow, at Kepren, and the people of Tebria can finally take a breath and rebuild their broken lives. Caymus, the young disciple of the Conflagration who conquered terrible odds to take up the mantle of the Knight of the Flame, knows, however, that the war isn’t over. The alien element still holds the cities of the North, and krealite forces have been sighted throughout the land. Now, Caymus and his companions must discover the invaders' plans, must understand, must fight, so that they can cast it out of his world. Of course, there is another question that needs answering, one which fills the hearts of even the bravest souls with worry and dread: Caymus isn’t meant to fight the Sograve alone; where are the other Knights?

33 review for Winds of a Growing Storm

  1. 5 out of 5

    Aimee Ripley

    A Fresh and Creative Take on the Classic Fantasy Genre Winds of a Growing Storm is an fresh take on my favorite genre, fantasy. The story takes place in a familiar fantasy setting with a giant mind-bending twist: in this realm the priests are all elemental priests wielding powerful magic granted to them by Fire, Earth, Air, and Water. But, there is a rising darkness. An old element that once was banished is now trying to reclaim dominion over earth. The author adroitly paints the chaos that this A Fresh and Creative Take on the Classic Fantasy Genre Winds of a Growing Storm is an fresh take on my favorite genre, fantasy. The story takes place in a familiar fantasy setting with a giant mind-bending twist: in this realm the priests are all elemental priests wielding powerful magic granted to them by Fire, Earth, Air, and Water. But, there is a rising darkness. An old element that once was banished is now trying to reclaim dominion over earth. The author adroitly paints the chaos that this new element introduces into the world in this, his second installment in the series. I recommend reading "Knight of the Flame" first. Classic fantasy junkies will love this series because of the pairing of this fresh new world combined with the hallmarks that made the genre so captivating to us in the first place. The characters are indelibly lovable like the ones I grew up with in David Eddings' books. It is a coming-of-age tale where a hero and his friends embark on an amazing, life-changing journey and, against all odds, resist this deceptive, new evil using their brains, brawn, and special, elemental abilities.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Glen

    This sequel to Knight of The Flame is very good in its own right. The war against the kreal is ongoing. The krealites have a plan. Meanwhile, our heroes gad about, trying to learn what is going on. There's a couple of quests, a road trip, a lot of danger, and more information on the disparate element ousted from the Quatrain. Really great. This sequel to Knight of The Flame is very good in its own right. The war against the kreal is ongoing. The krealites have a plan. Meanwhile, our heroes gad about, trying to learn what is going on. There's a couple of quests, a road trip, a lot of danger, and more information on the disparate element ousted from the Quatrain. Really great.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Josh

    There are only a few times when you can actually read the beginning works of a great author... this is one of those times.

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