Storms of Vengeance

John Beachem

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Storms of Vengeance

Storms of Vengeance It is a time of tremulous peace in the kingdom of Faranin Centuries of bloody warfare have finally ended and the lands have been united under one crown This delicate balance is threatened when a dari

  • Title: Storms of Vengeance
  • Author: John Beachem
  • ISBN: 9781594262142
  • Page: 494
  • Format: Paperback
  • It is a time of tremulous peace in the kingdom of Faranin Centuries of bloody warfare have finally ended, and the lands have been united under one crown This delicate balance is threatened when a daring attack on the capital leaves a prominent councilman dead, a host of unanswered questions, and indications that not everyone is content to live in peace For Calton RelanaIt is a time of tremulous peace in the kingdom of Faranin Centuries of bloody warfare have finally ended, and the lands have been united under one crown This delicate balance is threatened when a daring attack on the capital leaves a prominent councilman dead, a host of unanswered questions, and indications that not everyone is content to live in peace For Calton Relanas and Ratel Eresgot, two young guardians of the city, the attack signifies something else opportunity For Calton, it has given him the chance to show he is than a simple farm boy for Ratel, it means the opportunity to succeed without the aid of his famous family name the chance to prove that he can make it on his own Yet, what first appears to be an isolated incident soon turns into something far complex and insidious Political backstabbing, greed, and ambition have combined with the forbidden art of magic to create a mystery and a threat deeper than anyone can suspect A long planned series of events has been set in motion, and time is running out Both men race to uncover secrets buried beneath blood and time, intent on solving a mystery centuries in the making Neither is prepared for the journey they will embark on, or for the dangers that await them In a kingdom where everyone has something to hide and nothing is as it seems, the only certainty is that the storms of vengeance are coming.

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    1. Chris on said:

      This was an excellent debut novel from John Beachem. I was very impressed, from the beginning. This is a murder-whodunit mystery set in a fantasy setting. The characters are rich, and often humorous. I'm not sure that they intend to be funny, but the dialogue between them gave me many chuckles.By the end of the novel, I realized two things. One, that John wasn't going to neatly wrap up all the mysteries and questions raised throughout the novel. He does bring it to a nice stopping point and answ [...]

    2. Toby on said:

      Storms of Vengeance is a whodunnit story in a fantasy setting that I could not set down. The characters and their world are established excitingly and the story's pacing keeps you turning pages.I enjoyed the book a lot and can't wait to get to know the characters better and see the story evolve.The many typos put me off somewhat, but I'm rather sensitive to that. Better proof-reading for the second installment would be great.

    3. Tnkw01 on said:

      Rated it a 3.5 stars better than a 3 so it gets a 4 stars. This was a great read but the ending was like stopping in the middle of a book. Great charter development and great plot. Not only is it a good fantasy it is a good mystery. Starts with a bang but unfortunately it ends with a whimper. I may continue to read this series but it would be a long long time before I do.

    4. Acturi on said:

      This is the kind of book that could have been quite good, with a better editor and/or revisions process. As it was published, though, I can't give it much more than an "It was okay."First off, this book has an issue with character introductions. We meet a dozen or so soldiers all at once, all of whom have similar ranks and 2 syllable names, and that makes it tricky to remember who's who in the beginning of the book. Not a fatal flaw, but it's a problem.Secondly, we have the depiction of the vill [...]

    5. Dierdra McGill on said:

      The first thing that annoyed me with this book was that I could not get it from on the kindle! I did find it (thanks to the author) on another site that had kindle format but I already have credit at so I was not all that anxious to go to another site, not to mention I like that amazon keeps my books for me so I don't have to keep them on my kindle all the time I can just go re download them whenever I want to. This is not really the authors fault tho I don't think so I won't hold it against h [...]

    6. Marilyn on said:

      Since I do believe in full disclosure I will tell you that the author is the son of one of my first cousins. This is an interesting tale where the "good" are not exactly all good and the "evil" are not entirely evil. There is a murder mystery to solve and one REALLY impressive river monster as well as a host of characters. There are several plots going on at the same time as characters separate to pursue different tasks. I am going to have to re-read this before I begin the next in this series.

    7. Amy on said:

      Beachem develops his characters masterfully. Although this isn't a genre I normally read, I found this book to be intriguing, interesting, and very difficult to put down. The writing is intelligent, the storyline is fun, suspenseful and surprising. I highly recommend this book!

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