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P & R Publishing Bringer of Storms, The Binding of the Blade Series #2

After one thousand years, Malek emerges to unleash the full force of his army. As Aljeron plans the final battle between Shalin Bel and Fel Edorath, Rulalin must make a horrible choice, while Queen Wylla is forced to accept that it is Allfather's will for her son Benjiah to face the ancient enemy of Kithanin.
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Customer Reviews for Bringer of Storms, The Binding of the Blade Series #2
Review 1 for Bringer of Storms, The Binding of the Blade Series #2
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4 out of 5
4 out of 5

Date:October 8, 2008
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Julie Dick
Although this book opens seventeen years after Beyond the Summerland, the author manages to naturally weave in an outline of the interlude. For seven years Aljeron has led the men of Shalin Bel against the city of Fel Edorath in hopes of bringing Rulalin to justice. But unforeseen events reverse the tables. Malek, about to launch his third and final attack on Kirthanin, offers Rulalin a position in his army. Will Rulalin abandon his beliefs and accept?Meanwhile, Valzaan rides to Ammon Sul with shocking news. How will Wylla react when she learns her son, like his father, has been appointed a prophet? Can she let him go into the face of danger with no certainty of surviving?The conclusion follows its predecessor in hitting readers with an unforeseen ending. I was shocked, yet couldnt resist opening the next one. These books have a way of gripping you even as you cant stand some of the plot twists. In a way, thats part of their power.
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Review 2 for Bringer of Storms, The Binding of the Blade Series #2
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5 out of 5
5 out of 5

Date:August 16, 2008
I enjoyed this sequel to Beyond the Summerland. I think that the idea for a giant who controls the weather is pretty cool.
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Review 3 for Bringer of Storms, The Binding of the Blade Series #2
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5 out of 5
5 out of 5

Date:August 7, 2008
The sequel to the Binding of the Blade series is awesome. The author makes it feel like you are in the series have fun reading.
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Review 4 for Bringer of Storms, The Binding of the Blade Series #2
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4 out of 5
4 out of 5

Date:April 20, 2008
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Renee
The whole idea of these books are very well thought up. Graham takes you through each characters story so the reader can feel the emotion themselves and not just read about it. I only gave it 3 and a half stars because the second one is wayyy to slow paced for me. For more than half the book not a lot is going on. I think he could have developed the story in a much more exciting way.
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Review 5 for Bringer of Storms, The Binding of the Blade Series #2
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5 out of 5
5 out of 5

Date:June 29, 2007
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Avery
This book is right up there with the first one. And I was very, very, very disappointed when I heard that the next one wasn't going to come out for a while. I recommended this book and the first one to everyone (including guys, it's not all about a girl) who likes to read.
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Review 6 for Bringer of Storms, The Binding of the Blade Series #2
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5 out of 5
5 out of 5

Date:August 22, 2005
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Mark Zellner
WHOAH! Look out! Graham is on a roll and he ain't stoppin' any time soon! BOS was just as chock full of non stop action and suspense as the first one! It was a bit shorter, but seemed to have just as much -if not more- of a smashing storyline. The ending didn't quite seem right, but I suppose that is because there are more sequels yet to come. Since no other reviews have mentioned it, i just GOTTA say that I love Graham's names. I read a lot of fantasy, and when it comes to unique character names, graham hits pretty high on my charts. I can't believe I have to wait a whole YEAR for the third book!
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Review 7 for Bringer of Storms, The Binding of the Blade Series #2
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5 out of 5
5 out of 5

Date:July 14, 2005
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Jacob
Just like this books predecessor it was awesome. with a great ending I can't wait for the next part in this series
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