Bringer of Storms

Bringer of Storms

by Lowell B. Graham


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Bringer of Storms carries us into a land entrenched in civil war. But as the conflict draws to an end, an even greater threat emerges from the mountain. All people must join together to fight this evil.

The greatly anticipated second installment in the Binding of the Blade series, Bringer of Storms will captivate readers as it continues the story of conflict and hope among the people of Kirthanin.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780875527215
Publisher: Presbyterian and Reformed Publishing
Publication date: 06/01/2005
Series: Binding of the Blade Series
Pages: 512
Sales rank: 795,510
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 1.10(d)

About the Author

L. B. Graham (MDiv, Covenant Seminary) is chairman of the Bible department and teacher of English and Worldviews at Westminster Christian Academy in St. Louis. He has written several articles in IVP’s Dictionary of Biblical Imagery. He and his wife, Joanne, have two children.

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Bringer of Storms 4.1 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 8 reviews.
annmarie13 on LibraryThing More than 1 year ago
Great 2nd book. To me this is really the first book and the 1st book is one long but great prologue. This author likes to surprise us at the end of every book.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
It built up and up and up, only to… stop in the middle of the action. Oh well, I guess I have to hurry and get Shadow in the Deep now so I can continue the story! Bringer of Storms starts about seventeen years from where Beyond the Summerland ended. We have all the same much-loved characters (excluding Rulalin of course!!), but many of them are filled with bitterness over the tragic event that happened in the end of Book 1. An interesting story, fascinating new things coming about… but like I said, the whole plot and all built up to this big peak, and then just stopped. I felt like the book was about half finished. It kind of gave me the feeling that nothing really happened… although a lot actually did! I still liked it; I’m eager to read Book 3 so I can continue with the story! My heart ached every time they mentioned Joraiem… (like making the wound fresh again!). But it was wonderful to meet Benjiah, the son! Um, Wylla seemed a little different. So queenly, stern…old. Not sure I like this new side of her. I want all my wonderful characters from Beyond the Summerland to be happy, adventurous, and young (at least at heart), again! Wylla’s twin brother, Pedraan and Pedraal, were still like that at least! ¿ Some humorous parts. Some really sweet, romantic parts. Some heart-rending parts. Some tense action. I should go read Shadow in the Deep now!
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I enjoyed this sequel to Beyond the Summerland. I think that the idea for a giant who controls the weather is pretty cool.
Guest More than 1 year ago
This book opens seventeen years after the events of Beyond the Summerland. Aljeron leds the army of Shalin Bel against Fel Edorath in an attempt to bring Rulalin to justice. But the tables are drastically turned when Malek emerges from the Mountain. Rulalin faces a life-defining decision. Will he join Malek, or resist him? Meanwhile, Valzaan rides to Ammon Sul to met Benjaih, Joreiam¿s son. When he reveals that Benjaih is the fulfillment of an ancient prophecy, Wylla is stunned. How much more risk can she bear?