Father of Storms by Dean Jones (Book Review #679)

Father of storms is a story written about Seth. He can manipulate energy, and for that, he is a commodity captured by everyone who finds out about it. He is used as a resource, and so Seth has many problems not only by being imprisoned but also because of the things he sees as dreams.

As you are introduced to the multi-layered storytelling of this author, you realize how easily you bond with the characters. The pace was steady, and the story was action-packed. This kept the reader intrigued.

 

The one thing that really stood out for me was the actual lead character, Seth. I believe he was the main reason why the book ended up being as enjoyable as it did. He was strong, with a great deal of love for his family, which was admirable.

 

The literature was beautifully put together. It was descriptive enough to allow the reader’s mind to imagine the possibilities. The connection between the past and the present was drawn neatly. I would recommend this book to fantasy readers.

 

 

Written by Jeyran Main

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