Book: Storm Dancer by Rayne Hallcategories: Book, Heroic Fantasy, Bronze Age, Flawed Hero, Demonic Possession, Middle East, Historical, Magic, Magician, Dark Epic Fantasy
Rayne Hallabout this book: "Storm Dancer" is a dark epic fantasy novel set in the Bronze Age.
Demon-possessed siege commander Dahoud fights to protect the woman he loves from the evil inside him.
"Storm Dancer" will appeal to readers who love a long book with strong conflicts, spunky characters, atmospheric settings, and harrowing dilemmas. If you like Dave Duncan, David Gemmell, Marion Zimmer Bradley, Tanith Lee and Gene Wolfe, you may enjoy Storm Dancer.
Caution: "Storm Dancer" is very dark in places, and some scenes may be disturbing. The book is not recommended for young readers. You may want to read the free sample chapters to see if it's your kind of book before you buy it.
- "A profound story of good and evil" - - "Fast-paced character-driven journey on the dark side" "The story is intense, the action fierce" - "Romantic tension tinged with a darker side" - "Arabian-Nights-themed world ... masterfully created" - "Characters who inspire, disgust, thrill, horrify" - "You see the shimmering heat rising from the sun-blasted terrain" - "Well written, with a strong story line, and intriguing characters" - "Battles in the sand and in the soul" - "Witty and entertaining dialogue, superbly written action" "A cultural background as compelling as the story's plot" - "A keenly crafted clash of cultures" - "Tortured heroes, brave heroines, and memorable villains" - "Storm Dancer is a dark fantasy full of despotic rulers, political jockeying, and poetic language" - - "A story about redefining ethics" -"The descriptive language is colorful & in the style of the Persian poets" - "I loved the twists and turns of the story" - "Full of cryptic soothsayers, scheming consorts & ruthless satraps" - "A wonderful journey into epic fantasy" - "Dark fantasy set against a richly developed locale" - "Reminiscent of Bronze Age Mesopotamia" - "Thought-provoking and sometimes uncomfortable"
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