Storm Warning (Mage Storms Series #1)

Storm Warning (Mage Storms Series #1)

by Mercedes Lackey
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Storm Warning (Mage Storms Series #1) 4.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 71 reviews.
Lisa_RR_H More than 1 year ago
If you're trying to decide to buy this book, I think it comes down to two questions. If you're new to Lackey or the Valdemar books, should you start here? For me that's a decisive no. Go back and at try Arrows of the Queen, and if you like that, finish Talia's trilogy and move on to Elspeth's story beginning in Winds of Fate. OK, so you've read those? Then the question becomes, do you want to continue on and invest in this trilogy? I'd say yes. I didn't like this trilogy as much as the other Valdemar published before this one: the two trilogies spoken of above and Vanyel's story, my favorite, that begins with Magic's Pawn. But if you've come this far, yes, this is like visiting with old friends and making new ones. I liked seeing Valdemar from an outside, and particularly Karsite perspective, that of their traditional enemies. Karal provides that outside perspective, and he's an appealing character that propelled me nicely through the book.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I liked this book, and I think that you need to know the other books of the Valdemar series well to appreciate this book and the information that it has. It gives good insight on the country of Karse, Valdemar's long-time enemy. You learn a lot about Vkandis, the Karstite God, and drops hints about other important things. It is important to read the Valdemar series (I know it's a lot of books, but do it anyways), but most important read the Mage Wars and the Mage Winds. One more thing that I like is that Mercedes Lackey is not putting this book in the perspective of a mage or a Herald, or anyone that has real power. She puts the main character as a secretary, and you learn that you don't have to have godly powers or authority to do something great.
Anonymous 29 days ago
I have read this before and enjoyed it again.
Anonymous 6 months ago
There were some glaring mistakes, but overall a great story.
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An absolute read. I love the characters and any Lackey fan will not be disapointed.
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