Item description for Bringer of Storms (The Binding of the Blade, Book 2) by L. B. Graham...
Overview 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 Kirthanin, Malek.
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Studio: P & R Publishing
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 8.98" Width: 6.22" Height: 1.06" Weight: 1.48 lbs.
Release Date May 6, 2005
Publisher P & R PUBLISHING #97
Series Binding Of The Blade
Series Number 2
ISBN 0875527213 ISBN13 9780875527215
Availability 2 units. Availability accurate as of May 22, 2017 07:57.
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More About L. B. Graham
L.B. Graham writes contemporary adult fiction and fantasy/sci-fi. His novel "Beyond the Summerland" was a finalist for a Christy Award in 2005. Check out his website, www.lbgraham.com for more information on his previously published works and his forthcoming titles.
L. B. Graham currently resides in St. Louis, in the state of Missouri. L. B. Graham was born in 1971.
L. B. Graham has published or released items in the following series...
Reviews - What do customers think about Bringer of Storms (The Binding of the Blade, Book 2)?
The continuation of a great Fantasy series! May 11, 2006
This novel continues the story began in Beyond the Summerland and takes the threat to Kirthanin to the next level! The ramifications of a certain stunning event at the end of the first book is the driving force behind the lives of the characters some eighteen years in the future. City rises against city in the search for justice, while many others are affected by the long struggle. The truly dangerous enemies use this to their advantage and then a massive threat breaks loose-- causing an even more critical confrontation. The Bringer of Storms and the armies of the enemy arise! This book also ends with a shock and I am sure the ramifications of what happened will be felt throughout book three. This story should flow into the next book without too much of a time gap, as the conflict that was pressing, was not fully resolved.
The only slight mar to the book is the same as I mentioned about the first one, which is that some of the dialogue seems too modern at times. Mom and dad, instead of mother and father, and similar things that just didn't feel "medieval" enough. This is a very minor concern, though, and is very subjective. I am definitely looking forward to book three in this great series! Buy the first two-- you won't be sorry!
D. Shane Burton, author of the Orianus Creation Series.
Bringer of the storm Mar 22, 2006
Book was in perfect condition, arrived in timely fashion. I am pleased with the transaction!
Even better at second book Feb 23, 2006
LB Graham added deeper character development in his second book. The characters are interesting, and the story flows better. Very strong new writer. Looking forward to book three. I have already pre-ordered.
And I thought the first one was good! Oct 25, 2005
THIS ONE IS EVEN BETTER!!! Too bad i can't give it six stars! As the world struggles for survival in an epoch of pain and war, storm clouds cover the horizon. The Bringer Of Storms is coming... and with him and dark host bent on locking the land of Kirthanin in shadow forever. The plot deepens as the Light, the Darkness, and all who are trapped in between seek to survive the coming war. Not just any fantasy book, believe me, I have read enough boring cliche fantasy to know when I pick up a jewel. And BOS is definately a gem in my book collection. ~Sir Iliad
Rich fantasy at its best Sep 27, 2005
Continues the gripping tale from the last book, with better writing and deeper characters. The only disappointment is the rather anti-clamactic final battle of the book.