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Stormcaller
by Tom Lloyd


Overview - Isak is a white-eye, born bigger, more charismatic, and more powerful than normal men. Brought up as a wagon-brat, feared and despised by those around him, he dreams of a place in the army and a chance to live his own life. But when the call comes, it isn't to be a soldier, for the gods have other plans for the intemperate teenager.  Read more...

 
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Overview
Isak is a white-eye, born bigger, more charismatic, and more powerful than normal men. Brought up as a wagon-brat, feared and despised by those around him, he dreams of a place in the army and a chance to live his own life. But when the call comes, it isn't to be a soldier, for the gods have other plans for the intemperate teenager.

 
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  • ISBN-13: 9781591026938
  • ISBN-10: 1591026938
  • Publisher: Pyr
  • Publish Date: October 2008
  • Page Count: 449

Series: Twilight Reign #1

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Books > Fiction > Fantasy - Epic

 
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  • Reviewed in: Publishers Weekly, page 63.
  • Review Date: 2008-09-29
  • Reviewer: Staff

British literary agent Lloyd begins this dense and involved sword and sorcery debut by introducing Isak, a penniless young man with no fixed home who serves as a slave to his resentful, unhappy father. Worse, Isak is a white-eye, born with distinctive eyes, a large frame, unusual strength and an exceedingly quick temper. Isak's world changes in an instant when Aracnan, an immortal sorcerer, tries to offer Isak a mysterious scroll. Within a day, Isak has become heir to Lord Bahl of Farlan, and he learns that he is a nascent mage and the focus of a thousand-year-old prophecy. Whether Isak is willing or able to fulfill that prophecy is just the beginning of this tale. Lloyd pours enough testosterone into his high fantasy to power past a few inconsistencies, creating a fine start to a reported five-book series. (Nov.)

 
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