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  • Mass Market Paperback
  • 320 pages
  • Lord of Stormweather
  • Dave Gross
  • English
  • 11 January 2019
  • 0786929324

Lord of Stormweather[Read] ➬ Lord of Stormweather Author Dave Gross – Essayreview.co.uk Thamalon Uskevren II The heir to the Uskevren fortune never expected in herit so much so soonAfter a sorcerous attack on Stormweather Towers cuts the family in half Tamlin must learn to lead the survi Thamalon Uskevren II The heir to the Uskevren fortune never expected in herit so much so soonAfter a sorcerous attack on Stormweather Towers cuts the family in half Tamlin must learn to lead the survivors before a deadly assassin finishes the job Too bad nobody seems willing to follow his lead Worse still, some of them want him deadContinuing the overall theme of t.


About the Author: Dave Gross

Dave Gross is the author of ten novels, notably the adventures of Radovan and the Count, including Prince of Wolves, Master of Devils, Queen of Thorns, and King of Chaos Formerly the editor of such magazines as Dragon, Star Wars Insider, and Amazing Stories, Dave has also written novels for the Forgotten Realms and Iron Kingdoms settings Fortales of Radovan and the Count, including free short stories, check outon Dave s current and upcoming Lord of PDF or projects and events, go to.


10 thoughts on “Lord of Stormweather

  1. says:

    Lord of Stormweather by Dave Gross is the seventh and final book of the Sembia Gateway to the Realms series The focus of the story is mostly on Tamlin Uskevren, the eldest son of the Uskerven family, but the story focus on other characters just as much Thamalon Uskevren, Radu Malveen, and Chaney Foxmantle are other main characters which the story focuses on The events on this book encompass the entire Sembia series, as well as all the short stories in The Halls of Stormweather.I ll just simp Lord of Stormweather by Dave Gross is the seventh and final book of the Sembia Gateway to the Realms series The focus of the story is mostly on Tamlin Uskevren, the eldest son of the Uskerven family, but the story focus on other characters just as much Thamalon Uskevren, Radu Malveen, and Chaney Foxmantle are other main characters which the story focuses on The events on this book encompass the entire Sembia series, as well as all the short stories in The Halls of Stormweather.I ll just simply reword what the description says on the back of the book Thamalon Uskevren II, commonly called Tamlin, is the heir to Stormweather Towers The only thing is, he isinto the latest tends than matters of business Tamlin s world changes when his parents and the butler, Erevis Cale, suddenly disappear When the enemies of Uskevren challenge Tamlin, he becomes a true lord of Stormweather, but not all threats and secrets are from the outside.Negatives 1 Confusing Scenes There were a little bit of confusing scenes throughout the book They just seemed to go by to fast and with not enough detail to wade though them.2 Character Focus When I picked this up, I thought it would be focused upon Tamlin Instead it focuses on 3 other characters including Tamlin However this isn t a really big problem because it works well into the telling of the story.Positives 1 Characters All the character, major and minor, were well done Dave Gross really read all the earlier stories because his character traits really did follow how the other authors wrote different characters So I have to give some props to that Also, in the short story, Night School by Clayton Emery which focuses on Tamlin, in Halls of Stormweather anthology , Tamlin came off boring and uninteresting However, Gross made Tamlin a fun character.2 Humor I don t really say too much on humor in Forgotten Realm stories, but this had an absolute abundance It worked really well The dialogue between Radu and Chaney was fun and almost anything Tamlin said could be funny.3 Plot I was kind of surprised that this is the first book in which I didn t flip to the final couple of pages to see what happens The story wanted me to continue to read it.4 The Ending I thought it really wrapped up the series and ended on a high note.Overall 5 5

  2. says:

    I really liked this book very happy to see some past characters return from earlier in the series I really hope this isn t the end of the Uskevren family I know PSK writesabout Cale so hopefully other family members return too.

  3. says:

    Now that the two month reading break self imposed every year is over, I was able to quickly finish this book A very fitting end to the series I applaud the creative concepts contained within the winding up of the series I understood the need for the loss of Thal the older but understood the reasoning for losing him in the first place Loved the idea of the doorways from the home to the other worlds Did not like the half explained workings of the soul stone kept hidden under the stonemas Now that the two month reading break self imposed every year is over, I was able to quickly finish this book A very fitting end to the series I applaud the creative concepts contained within the winding up of the series I understood the need for the loss of Thal the older but understood the reasoning for losing him in the first place Loved the idea of the doorways from the home to the other worlds Did not like the half explained workings of the soul stone kept hidden under the stonemasonry of the castle proper, but you have to go with it I suppose Looking forward to the next set of books that have been waiting in the wings beyond the Forgotten Realms, but it will be fun to start the close out of all of those novels for the library starting sometime in the late fall would be my estimate Onward

  4. says:

    Lord of Stormweather may be the best of the Sembia series A change of pace but really fun read Intriguing plot and good character development While it focuses on Tamlin, we do get chapters from the point of view of Thamalon, Erevis Cale, and Chaney Foxmantle as he shadows Radu Malveen.

  5. says:

    He had been hung over many times before, but never so miserably His normally silken voice was as rough as charcoal and weaker than a moth s fart when he called out Like all living things, however, it needed to struggle to grow strong.

  6. says:

    The final installment of the FR Sembia series It took me a long time to get here I do not always like it when TSR would have a series written by a bunch of different authors for meoften than not, a new author changed the feel of the characters so much that it really took away from the cohesiveness of the entire seriessometime making me even regret starting them However, each one of these books focuses on a different character, so the flavor is not destroyed by too many cooks In fac The final installment of the FR Sembia series It took me a long time to get here I do not always like it when TSR would have a series written by a bunch of different authors for meoften than not, a new author changed the feel of the characters so much that it really took away from the cohesiveness of the entire seriessometime making me even regret starting them However, each one of these books focuses on a different character, so the flavor is not destroyed by too many cooks In fact, this is the only one in the series that was written by the same author as an earlier book in the series, so we actually get to revisit some characters from the previous book.This last book revolves around the eldest son and heir Magic is used to kidnap his parents and sweep them away to a strange yet beautiful land populated by exotic monsters and filled with warring dwarves and elves The catalyst of all the fighting is a soccer that is the spitting image of our heir who does not have a magical bone in his body.As with all of these books, in the end the mystery is solved and we see our heroes on top This was a long time coming and I m glad to have another series under my belt

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