Fury Calling

Fury Calling

by Yasmine Galenorn


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ISBN-13: 9781975912499
Publisher: CreateSpace Publishing
Publication date: 08/29/2017
Pages: 290
Product dimensions: 5.00(w) x 8.00(h) x 0.65(d)

About the Author

New York Times, Publishers Weekly, and USA Today bestselling author Yasmine Galenorn writes paranormal romance, urban fantasy, and science fiction. In the past, she has written paranormal mysteries, and nonfiction metaphysical books. With over fifty books on the shelves, she is the 2011 Career Achievement Award Winner in Urban Fantasy, given by RT Magazine. She lives in Kirkland WA with her husband Samwise and their cats. Yasmine can be reached via her website at Galenorn.com.

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Fury Calling (Fury Unbound, #4) 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 7 reviews.
Morgan Benitez More than 1 year ago
I received a free copy of this book, and am giving a voluntary review. This series as a whole is a wonderfully woven tale of adventure and love. The fourth book is full of adventure. The loss of some things that Fury faces she faces with a load of courage and hope. Her love for Tam continues to grow and show along with her friendship with her Goddess. The way that this book is written gives the reader the ability to imagine the scenery with great detail. It truly is a must read and while I am terribly sad that the series ends with this one, I am happy to have been able to read this wonderful ending to Fury's story.♥
Anna_H More than 1 year ago
I loved this book! It was great to jump back into Fury's world, and see how the story continued. This is the 4th book, and while probably could be read as a stand alone, the events would probably be confusing without the backstory. I definitely recommend this series! Fury and the gang have fled Seattle. Underbarrow has moved, and a new home is in the works. Fury alone was given a vision by Gaia, and she must journey back to Seattle to close the portal to Chaos on the One World Tree. This is the story of her adventure as Fury works to close the portal, stop the Order of the Black Mist, and rebuild life without a city. I love reading stories of the Gods and Goddesses with character and emotions, and made into people. I was quite pleased that the end of the book left the character threads tied off into a satisfactory conclusion. This story arc has come to a close for the time being, but Ms. Galenorn says there will be more to come in the future. I will be anxiously awaiting more stories of Fury! *I received a free copy of this book, and this is a voluntary review.*
MissOmni More than 1 year ago
**I received a free copy of this book and this is a voluntary review*** According to the author herself, this is just one part of the story arch and NOT the end for Fury and her beloved friends. With that in mind, I want to point out that this series is somewhat similar to Cicily and Rhiannon of the Night Court series. For those that hated to see that story line end, you will find comfort in this new series. Call me weird, but in this book, I enjoyed the heck out of some characters getting their just deserts. Gaia has given Fury, their only chance at survival, a way to close the portal to the realm of Chaos. If she doesn't succeed, it is made clear, mankind will be wiped out from the Mother of the Earth herself. The people of WildWood are beginning to learn to live with each other again, as most of the known cities are truly gone. This reminds me of homesteaders back in the early to mid 19th century. Learning how to live without cell towers, how to grow food, how to SURVIVE all over again. Fury is grappling with her whole world crashing around her and this time, the lesson's are even harsher from the one's learned in childhood. I felt this book was much faster paced than all the others, but I knew going in, this was to tie up some loose ends and close one piece of the arch. The emotions that dredged up while reading it was complete desperation, isolation, fear and complete loss and sorrow. I bawled by chapter 11. You may get teary eyed too. War has come and it is now or never, the sacrifices people make to get the job done should never go unnoticed. As always, by the end, this book brought hope. I believe that is the most important element to take away from this...war is terrible and there are steep prices to pay. But their can be beauty, love and hope after, if you know how to look for it. Even after betrayal. So think twice before you try to make Kaeleen pissed off and brokenhearted...for she is the Queen of Fury and you better proceed with caution.
LacrYmosa_Wolford More than 1 year ago
****I received a copy of this book in exchange for an honest and entirely my review**** So this is book four of the fury unbound series from Yasmine. Now I will admit I was a little iffy about the series the first time it came out but once I read it. It completely took me by surprise and I enjoyed every minute of these books. This book was intense a slow build at first but once it got to the dangers it barely stopped. One of the things I have felt most in this series is the intense emotion of the characters. And a personal weeping for what they had to withstand. Also the disaster that happened on earth in this world. In this book fury was shown a way to finally keep Lyon and the order of the black myst from summoning the Elder Gods of Chaos. The led up to the main event was a slow bubbling stream, it made me feel anxious as all hell too. The book will also make you cry just enough, and it was full of enough action too. Overall this was the best book of the series a lot went on and a lot was left to be answered. I had a great time reading it from page one to the very end. If you are unsure of this series trust me it is worth it, it's something new and possibly exciting for you.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Definitely worth the wait....I am never disappointed when I finish a Galenorn series. She keeps them coming better and better. I loved the ending of this series...it gives you a glimpse into characters lives after the adventure is done!! Love it
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Loved this book and series. The ending left it open for another book..... I hope so...
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Yasmine did it again. Weaving a tale that takes you on a ride with great characters in a story that keeps you on the edge of seat. The love that is in this story has many facets buts is all brought together beautifully. Thank you.