Wandering Storm (2020)

Wandering Storm Noor Al-Shanti Wandering Storm Loud banging resounded throughout the house The housekeeper pushed a servant aside and wrenched the door open angrily A man stood on the threshold dripping rain and mud and blood A stormy night bring
  • Title: Wandering Storm
  • Author: Noor Al-Shanti
  • ISBN: 9780995264632
  • Page: 289
  • Format: ebook
Wandering Storm Noor Al-Shanti Loud banging resounded throughout the house The housekeeper pushed a servant aside and wrenched the door open angrily A man stood on the threshold, dripping rain and mud and blood A stormy night brings Wandering sailors to a sleepy farming town in the High Kingdoms Short Story in the Tales from the Circle Series
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    Published :2020-04-14T22:41:54+00:00

One thought on “Wandering Storm

  1. S.E. Sasaki

    2.5The Wandering Storm begins with a compelling mystery A man covered in rain and mud and blood races into a house carrying a wounded man, cut to the bone, and the housekeeper screams, Sailors An intriguing beginning Unfortunately, the next scene leaves the reader in confusion There are four people but we don t know where they are or when this scene is occurring in relation to the last one Two are sailors, one is a girl of unknown age, and a farmer The narrative is carried by one of the sailors [...]

  2. Ryan Troske

    Things started off okay, a mysterious man showing up at someone s door with a bleeding man in his arms From there things tended to jump around for the rest of the story, the scene constantly shifting forward making things confusing and difficult to follow A lot of the writing seemed choppy and just didn t have a good flow There were a lot of names thrown at you, but none very significant characters, making them easily forgettable Each shift in scene brought even names The short battle scene was [...]

  3. K.T. Munson

    OverallThis had a very interesting setting, on the high seas, but some of the imagery of the setting was lost on me After the rocky beginning some of it cleared up and I was able to connect with this fantasy based novel This seems like it was a short story meant to go to a bigger story and without knowing the bigger story, this was not as clear or enjoyable I enjoyed the second half of the story , even though I was still a little lost, I was captivated This is where the author s ability really [...]

  4. Noor Al-Shanti

    This story was written shortly after Wanderer and it allowed me to explore a little deeply the lives of the Wanderers a few years after they encountered that mysterious magical power in the Great Waters They re still haunted by what happened to them when they forced out of their homeland and shunned by the rest of the world, they re still very much shunned and hated by the High Kingdoms and the officials of the High Kingdoms, but they ve grown into their place on the Great Water They re full fl [...]

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