Storm of Arranon

13553378by: R. E. Sheahan

Pages: 287

Published by Rule of Three Press

ISBN: 1466234970

From Goodreads: Beneath Erynn’s petite build, curly red hair, and startling blue eyes, lies a deeply hidden secret.If the truth about her were revealed, her life would be in danger. Her dream to be a fighter pilot would tailspin,crash, and burst into flames.
Jaer’s wise brown eyes reflect his smoldering strength. An enigma, charismatic and moody, he is a physically powerful warrior who defends his world. A warrior afraid to love because of mistakes in his past.
When the presence of a marauding alien society is discovered on their planets, a struggle of life and death begins. Both Erynn and Jaer’s worlds face annihilation.
A mysterious force plunges Erynn into Jaer’s cold, dangerous, and beautiful world with its magical essence and living consciousness. Both the alien enemy and this strange inexplicable power purse Erynn.

There were things I liked about this book and things I didn’t. Overall, I think this novel is great for science fiction/fantasy young adult fans. It’s definitely unique, so it’s not lot any other novel you’re gonna pick up when browsing through the young adult section. This book also was beautifully written. If you’re someone who likes to visualize everything while reading, then you’ll probably really like the description. I thought it was a bit much at times. I found myself losing interest in some places, but I know that that is a personal thing and that it shouldn’t be held against the writer. A lot of people really like detailed descriptions, especially when it comes to descriptions of other worlds. I also found myself getting confused sometimes. I wanted less description of the land and more of what was going on. I had trouble keeping up with the storyline at times and I felt like the author knew a lot about what was going on, but that we as readers didn’t get to know any of it. I wanted more explanation. Erynn is a very strong heroine though and she’s smart, which is something that I think is missing in a lot of books these days. I find myself wanting to throw them against the wall because of the decisions they’re making, but I never felt that way about Erynn. I did question some of her emotions from time to time, but I never questioned her judgement. I think if you’re looking for a fresh voice in science fiction and to escape to an entirely different world/universe, then this book would be good for you. 🙂

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