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Blood Storm

The Books of Blood and Iron, Book 2
Narrated by: P. J. Ochlan
Series: The Books of Blood and Iron, Book 2
Length: 12 hrs and 49 mins
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Summary

Ages ago, those who had the ability to change their shape lost it, leading to endless bloody battles for supremacy between the races - until one reluctant hero stepped forth to restore peace to the world....

Even though Danr the half troll ended centuries of fighting, he still is not living the quiet life he longs for. Rumors have arisen that certain people are once again wielding the power of the shape. If Danr could learn to use it, he could become fully human and spend his life with his beloved, Aisa. But he is not the only one who craves the gift of changing form....

Slavers have taken Danr's friends captive, demanding the power of the shape as ransom. To obtain it, Danr must cross paths with the Fates, Death, and a giant wyrm that lives at the bottom of the ocean - before other, more dangerous parties uncover the secrets of shape changing....

©2015 Steven Piziks (P)2015 Audible, Inc.

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  • 07-01-16

Fantastic!

I have listened to, in my opinion, a lot of different books. I have a criteria for "good books" this one fits them all, action adventure emotions, the works. Above all though, if I can imagine them as a Dungeons and Dragons game where I'm listening to the dungeon master (the player that guides the story for those who don't know) portray the images associated stories, it's one good book. This is one of those books.
Well done Steven Harper
And well done P. J. Ochlan

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  • Lynn
  • 30-08-16

hmmm

writing a story that drags out a love affair over is cliche. too much angst over big truth. why does audible have limitations on reviews

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  • William
  • 02-01-16

Sadly disappointing

The first book in this series was an interesting read, with a well crafted world and mythos. Sadly, the second of this series did not live up to the promise the first book showed. Very quickly the emotional baggage one character needed to deal with, turn very quickly into an emo pity party. I had to pause this book repeatedly as I would reach my tolerance, but still wanted to see if it would improve. If you liked vampires that sparkle in the sun you might like this.

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  • 01-01-16

Good but not great

I've always hated strong characters with such pity weakness. Could have been better but not horrible and easy to listen and it does not have a lot of filler in it.