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Death rides across the skies! 

A new threat spreads destruction! 

Called into duty, Ary must face a deadly foe. His courage and resolve will be tested like never before. Can he control his temper? Will he cause more harm than he saves? 

His ship sails to confront this peril, but the greatest threat lurks onboard. A danger that threatens what is most precious to him! 

You'll be enthralled by this epic fantasy story set in the skies above the Storm because the characters will keep you hooked. 

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©2018 JMD Reid (P)2021 JMD Reid

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  • 03-17-22

High fantasy galore!

Reavers of the Tempest is the second book in Reid's The Storm Below series, and it continues the story, adding more intrigue, action and danger into the path of our young heroes. Ary, Chaylene and Vel still struggle with the love/friendship dynamic, and here, it takes a much more sinister turn.

Following the events of Above the Storm, Vel decides the only way to finally claim Chaylene as his own is to kill Ary. But, by doing so, he unleashes a terrible plague (unbeknownst to him, though), and things take a turn for the worse, to say the least.

And true to its high fantasy genre, Reavers of the Tempest features some really intricate world-building, which expands on plenty of subjects, not in the least regarding religion and mythos.

Like its predecessor, Reavers of the Tempest has plenty going for it, what with the sweeping battle scenes, Ary's intriguing nightmares, uncovering hidden truths about their deities, and the emotional turmoil that our heroes go through. It's an entertaining read, which is further brought to life by the narrator. And I continue to be in awe at his ability to pronounce some of the names mentioned in this series. Well done on all accounts!