: Blood Storm (The Books of Lharmell) (): Rhiannon Hart: Books. Title: Blood Storm (Lharmell #2) Author: Rhiannon Hart Genre: Paranormal, Fantasy, Vampires, Romance Publisher: Random House Australia. The thrilling sequel to Blood Song. The rain wanted to be ocean; the ice in the mountain caps wanted freedom. I never knew that water held such longing.
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Book Review: Blood Storm by Rhiannon Hart | ?
Zeraphina and Rodden’s quest to make Brivora safe from Lharmellin’s and their harming retainers oozes suspense – anticipation helped along by a few plot twists I didn’t see coming; always fun being kept on your toes. With further revelations of one another and the powers they have, can Zeraphina and Rodden calm the storm before all is too late for the Kingdom of Pergamia? The clouds above my head rumbled like a growling wolf, impatient to release their burden. After the way this book finished I am on the edge of my seat with anticipation.
I love that Hart is unafraid to take the story to some dark seriously dark places, yet lightens the mood with such a likeable narrator. The only problem – the cliff-hanger ending. Visit our Beautiful Books page and find lovely books for kids, photography lovers and more. Trying to fight both her destiny and the blood tie to Lharmell, Zeraphina and Rodden set out to collect supplies for a weapon deadly to all with Lharmellian blood.
I liked the change of pace in this book. After all of that work, and heartache he sacrifices himself because he knows he won’t be able to hold onto his humanity. Despite the cruelty of the final pages, there’s no denying Rhiannon Hart is a brilliant Aussie talent, treating us to a thrilling sequel that oozes with danger, mystery, a feisty, ever complicated romance, and a climax to leave you breathless. Jul 13, Bronwyn rated it really liked it Shelves: That ending makes me even more eager to rejoin it later too, just to see how everything turns out.
The world is a fantastical setting that feels real. I love the interaction between these two, the sarcasm and banter, the subtle dance around their attraction. But it makes it that much better. Fight her for them. This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers.
Why did it have to end like that? It’s been five months since the end of the last book, Zeraphina has stayed in Pergamia, training with Rodden to eventually defeat the Lharmellen’s, her seventeenth birthday is drawing near and her mother Queen Renata is back home in Amentia searching for a husband preferably a Prince to marry Zeraphina now that she will be of marrying age, but Zeraphina is not interested in marrying somebody just to produce heirs, she want’s to marry someone of her own choosing, she’s also in love with Rodden but he doesn’t seem to reciprocate her feelings.
Yes, just the two of them. I for one think Zeraphina could survive on her own, after all these training with Rodden. He has held on to that guilt since, determined to seek revenge when he sees Servilock again. You might get your Rodden too. Was very readable and I really liked it but was easily able to put it down and walk away for a while.
Besides the fact that it’s an Aussie novel which meant that of course I had to read it, the world Rhiannon Hart has Review originally posted in: She clashes with her mother Renata much more in this book; this time there are realistic reasons making Phina a bit more wild and rebellious. Took me forever to read and the ending wasn’t my favourite but I guess it leaves us in shock? However, the worse was when Zeraphina’s own sister, Lilith, did not stand by her side when she was accused, even after Zeraphina showed the scars on her back and shoulders from the whipping.
Full of dramatic action, spinechilling tension rhiannnon mystery, this is a story that grabs you from the first page. Everything I hoped to find in this sequel was there and a whole lot more.
Amentia would be the obvious place Folsum’s sister would expect her to be. Thanks for telling us about the problem.
This book ate at my heart little-by-little, page-by-page and I just loved, loved, loved every, single second of it.
Blood Storm (Lharmell, #2) by Rhiannon Hart
Trivia About Blood Storm Lhar But what got to me was how truly heartbreaking his past was. This series just keeps on getting better. As our heroine, Zeraphina is strong willed and intelligent and more than able to handle her own.
When she’s not reading or writing she is belly dan Rhiannon Hart remembers writing before she could read, puzzling over the strange squiggles in Jeremiah and the Dark Woods by Janet and Alan Ahlberg and putting her own words in their places.
He starts the process of turning Rodden but they are able to get away. She’s growing into new abilities, courtesy of her Harming nature, which prove to be an exciting journey for both her and us.
The rain wanted to be ocean; the ice in the mountain caps hqrt freedom. Rodden is intriguingly unreadable and seemingly unsympathetic at times, which makes his moments of unexpected sweetness even more swoon-worthy.
I can not wait to get my hands on a copy! If you missed the first book and awesome debut or need fur 4.
It was fascinating to see them grow yet still retain some of the original flaws – ones they are well aware they have. And I don’tfor your information. rniannon
The view of the country and the people who live there added an extra something to this novel and the world in which it exists.
I wish they can understand Zeraphina’s feeling better, rather than thinking of themselves all the time! I spoke a single word. But in a much subtle, devious, what-is-going-on kind of way. The clouds above my head rumbled like rhjannon growling wolf, impatient to release their burden.