Stormlord's Exile (Stormlord Series #3)

Stormlord's Exile (Stormlord Series #3)

by Glenda Larke
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Stormlord's Exile 3.9 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 32 reviews.
BluHawk More than 1 year ago
This series as a whole has been one of my favorites throughout the last year, and this final novel does not disappoint. I love the characters, the writing style, and the imagination of the author in everything she does. This series is a must-read for anyone who loves the fantasy genre! If you liked this series, you might also like "Wizard's First Rule" by Terry Goodkind, "Magician: Apprentice" by Raymond E. Feist, "Way of Shadows" by Brent Weeks, "A Shadow in Summer" by Daniel Abraham, and, finally, "The Aware" by Glenda Larke!
harstan More than 1 year ago
In Quartern, Shale has succeeded for now in save his people, but achieved the mission partly because Terelle secretly enhanced his skills with her foreign enigmatic magic (see The Stormlord Rising). However, his job is not done as he must supply the water needed by a parched people to survive. The Quartern hierarchy resent this newcomer's sudden rise to the top as the highlords and the waterpriests prefer the people die from a lack of water than see him rise to Stormlord. The Reduner who thirsts for revenge go after him but with Terelle having his back, defeated them. When Terelle feels the compulsion to cross the desert to go home to fulfill the final episode of the waterpaintings prophecy, Shale fears going alone; but she leaves him enough waterpaintings to keep the land wet until she returns to be with her beloved Shale; that is if they survive the separate assaults on them. The final Stormlord fantasy is a terrific finish to a strong saga. The couple is strong separately as each has grown since their initial encounters in The Last Stormlord, but much more powerful as a cohesive unit. Loaded with action, readers will relish the politics of water in the Larke realm as some choose deadly drought to maintain or increase their power. Harriet Klausner
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If you loved books 1 and 2, Glenda Larke wraps up the series with this third nail biter. Great read with complex characters!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This series was never disapointing, very entertaining with original plot and interesting characters. Hope to read more by this author!
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I thought the book was well written (I liked the whole series), but I feellike it was rushed. This last book had me waiting for what was going to happen next , or waiting to see how the author was going to turn the situation, but then the end seemed to 'cookie cutter'. That's the best way to say it without spoiling it. Good ending, but I think the author could have done more with it (and the series).
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