Arms of the Storm

Arms of the Storm In First Chosen Julianna freed the ancient god Grandfather Shadow He marked her as his high priest forcing her to choose between her birthrights In Once We Were Like Wolves Julianna meets a group o

  • Title: Arms of the Storm
  • Author: M. Todd Gallowglas
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 243
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • In First Chosen, Julianna freed the ancient god Grandfather Shadow He marked her as his high priest, forcing her to choose between her birthrights In Once We Were Like Wolves, Julianna meets a group of Grandfather Shadows followers for the first time, forcing her to embrace being the Lord Morigahn Now, Julianna will truly be tested as to what kind of leader she is goingIn First Chosen, Julianna freed the ancient god Grandfather Shadow He marked her as his high priest, forcing her to choose between her birthrights In Once We Were Like Wolves, Julianna meets a group of Grandfather Shadows followers for the first time, forcing her to embrace being the Lord Morigahn Now, Julianna will truly be tested as to what kind of leader she is going to be Surrounded by allies and enemies, can she be sure who is an ally and who is an enemy Everyone around her, both her followers and agents of the Kingdom of the Sun, seems to have a secret agenda In Koma City, estranged brothers, Xander Rosha and Damian Adryck, find themselves entangled in the dangerous web of politics in the Kingdom of the Sun Can they survive that deadly landscape long enough to determine the rules of that game and who is the key players are As always, the gods watch, plot, and scheme for power.

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    1. The first job of every writer is to tell a great story, and in that regard M. Todd Gallowglas has unquestionably succeeded. This series is full of awesome characters, twisting plotlines, and non-stop action. That should have made this at least a four-star book. I've downrated it, though, because it needs some serious editing. All three books in the series have suffered from minor errors of spelling, grammar, formatting, clarity, and plot continuity, but in Arms of the Storm these errors become m [...]

    2. this one is the best in the series so far. much better paced than the 2nd book, the characters and conflicts work better here too (with the addition of a jealous morigahnti who resents Julianna's leadership) and more of the secrets that have been hinted at (like the motivations of some of the gods) are revealed. everything just feels deeper and more fleshed out, and it still has the fast paced action and fights and great magic system that the first two had.

    3. There are very few series I have read where I liked each book better than the last. The Tears of Rage series is one of that few. Gallowglas seems to have hit his writing stride in Arms of the Storm. The characters seem more real, the action is as good or better, the main plot and subplot lines flow and intertwine.I’m still impressed by how he interweaves the mythology of the world into the story and the events happening to the characters. The gods and goddesses are distant enough, arrogant eno [...]

    4. This is the third book in the series and continues with the story of Julianna and how she is learning her path and who she can trust to do what. This set of books is very complex with more twists and turns than you know what to do with. This is still a darker shade of fantasy novel with plenty of violence, poisonings and assassination attempts. Although in another review, comments were made that the editing issues have been resolved, in the kindle copy that I had there was a multitude of errors. [...]

    5. Let me say first I adored this book. I liked the first one a lot, though I had issues with it. The second one lacked some of those issues, and tightened up a lot of the problems, and I really loved that book. But, this one was really great. We learned more about the different characters, characters I really liked. Julianna is starting to come into her own as a leader. Damian character got a nice new chunky bits I got to enjoy.My only problem the book is the for some reason the formatting kept ge [...]

    6. Violent and full of strong characters in a world that is charged with the struggle between divine manipulation and human need to make their own path, this series continues to impress. There were numerous editing errors but thankfully the Kindle allows for quick changing of font, but this didn't distract from the power of the story of Julianna's struggle to forge a people out of warring factions and the many subplots making this more than a flatland of prophetic fulfillment. What is greater in st [...]

    7. I honestly was a little disappointed in this book. There were some storylines involving Julianna that could have been wrapped up in a strong manner that would have told the readers about some of the characters and their development. Instead the characters are going to be used by a different character in the book. I'm seeing a habit forming and I'm not sure I like it. On the plus side I greatly enjoyed the development of the two half-brothers, Damian and Xander. They have quickly become my favori [...]

    8. Warning: Electronic copy is horrendous! Typos and formatting issues.M. Todd Gallowglas keep the action going in Arms of Storm. If you read the first two books the third, though not as good as the second, is still a page turner.

    9. I am absolutely loving this series. I do think the books could have been a little longer, but I have such a hard time putting them down, it's probably a good thing they're not! There are quite a few plot elements that remind me of Robert Jordan's Wheel of Time Series, but in a much briefer format.

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