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Stormcaller (The Age of Dawn Book 1) by [Martins, Everet]
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If you love fantasy or action & adventure, don’t miss this action-packed read.

Everet Martins introduces readers to the fantastical world of Zoria, a land of volcanos and carnivorous plants.

10,000 years have passed since Asebor was sealed during the first Age of Dawn. The power binding this malevolent god has finally waned, allowing him to once again beat the drums of war.

Men worship the Phoenix and Dragon gods. Some are fortunate enough to touch their essences, transforming ordinary women into fearsome warriors and men into miraculous healers.

The beginnings of the next scourge brushes the town of Breden, where Walter, son of elixir bean farmers, itches for adventure only to discover the harsh brutality of combat.

"'The characters where great they had issues they had problems they where normal people. There is magic there is might and there is heartache and loss, love and happiness. Read this book if you are in to fantasy and magic."

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 7150 KB
  • Print Length: 699 pages
  • Page Numbers Source ISBN: 1503310957
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Sold by: Amazon Australia Services, Inc.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00PHLAGV0
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  • Average Customer Review: 3.8 out of 5 stars 4 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #12,414 Free in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Free in Kindle Store)

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By Rêvvâ Tênâg TOP 50 REVIEWER on 4 May 2015
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This was a great introduction to fantasy for me, since I've never read anything like this before. Everet described everything well and I was able to imagine everything the way it was. A really engrossing adventure story, which I felt got better and better as I read on. I'm looking forward to reading more in the series.
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A good editor would have taken this book from being standard fantasy fare to somewhat decent, old ideas with a new slant, good if you are bored but not much else.
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started okay but the plot tries to overwhelm too quickly, after reading 60% I lost interest, I will read the rest and see what happens.
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Engaging from start
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4.0 out of 5 stars This dark bloody fantasy read is good start to the series 12 October 2015
By Israel Leon - Published on Amazon.com
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This dark bloody fantasy read is good start to the series. Stormcaller was very fast paced and easy to read. I love the cover of the book which I believe is Walter. The Cerumals and Black Wynch were creepy creatures. I liked the Shroomlings who were tiny humanoid mushroom head creatures. I loved the characters with the exception of two namely Casey, the chef from Breden and Mar, who kidnapped Walter and Juzo and attempted to eat them alive. I hope to see more of the villain, Asebor in the next four books. And I hope to learn more about the magic system.
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I loved Walter's character and it was sad when he lost his training master, Noah from the Sid-Ho dojo and his parents, Aiden and Isabelle by the monsterous creatures called Cerumals. Juzo is Walter's best friend and he seemed to be a natural fighter. When Juzo and Walter escaped from Mar and encountered Cerumals underground and they defeated it and Walter found gauntlet lash which he names Stormcaller. Juzo obtains the blade Blackout and he was then captured by Asebor devastating Walter. It would have been nice to have seen Juzo being tortured by Asebor since Juzo barely appeared in this book. Lillian and Bayland cross paths with Walter and they join him on his way back to Breden however, they encountered more of the monsterous beasts and after the fight; Walter puts on the armor from the fallen Cerumal which was cursed. I thought Walter was going to turn completely evil by the end of the book but good thing he didn't. Casey gets killed by Walter after realizing he caused the town to be sick and him capturing children from orders from Asebor. Bayland attempted to free Walter from the armor but it back fires causing his hand to burn down to a stump. Lillian gets killed by a horde of Cerumals. Walter reunites with his crush, Nyset and while fighting Cerumals and the Black Wynch learning Nyset has the power of the Dragon just like him. Bayland and Walter discover that Walter has the power of the Dragon and Phoenix. Walter and his friends head to Midgaard to free him from the cursed armor, then stop at Soldiers Way where they meet a young man named Grimbald and a man named Charles. Grimbald accompanies Walter and his friends to Midgaard as he wants to be a soldier in the Midgaard's Falcon army. They meet Bayland's friend, Malik a wizard and with Bayland's help they work to free Walter from the armor which is turning into a Cerumal. Walter has an encounter with Asebor however, he manages to beat him although bloody and weak. Walter wakes up and realizes he is freed from the armor. Lastly, Juzo is tortured by a frail man named Uglyfuck while in The Nether and Juzo's eyes turn blood red.
4.0 out of 5 stars Magic, Betrayal, Friendship, and Monstrosities 23 June 2017
By Karann - Published on Amazon.com
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A boy discovers powers. And oh so much more. A twist on many of the magic friends tales that keeps you reading. The writing is of a much higher quality than many others of the ilk, and the twists and turns of journey and discovery are intriguing! The only reason it didn't get 5 stars is that it sometimes moves very slowly, moment to moment. That being said, most of the moments are action packed, and the characters are well developed.
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars Action packed 13 June 2016
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This is an action packed fantasy. Probably geared more toward young adults males. More gore than I'm used to and the modern day cursing doesn't feel right.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Great Read (ja) 21 December 2015
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I would like to thank Everet Martins for my free eBook of "Stormcaller" in exchange for an honest review. This is a true good verses ultimate evil book. The characters were amazing. I could visualize their towns. Boy, I know that I definitely could use a cup of the red berry elixir. There is definitely plenty of action, adventure, suspense and magic. Due to some of the content I would recommend readers be late teens or older. It's a great read and a series. I can't wait to read the next book!
4.0 out of 5 stars Promising First Offering 21 June 2015
By Aaron Hamilton - Published on Amazon.com
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Everet Martins provided a detailed world with flawed heroes and plenty of action. It was a fast read that kept me turning pages, not clogged up with needless exposition and empty dialogue. I was quite impressed, knowing it was his first novel, and expect good things from the sequels. Glad I started with the knowledge that the second book was available, since the protagonist still has much learning and growing to do by the end of this first book. Skirmishes were graphic and outcomes uncertain while I read them. There was considerable originality in the flora and fauna populating the world, and terrible creatures abounded that I had never encountered in my many years reading in the fantasy genre.