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Fist Of The Furor (2000)

by R.K. Ryals(Favorite Author)
4.4 of 5 Votes: 5
Scribes of Medeisia
review 1: I have to admit that I'm a little disappointed with Fist of the Furor.Be warned the next paragraph has a BIG spoiler. My disappointment is about Cadeyrn's marriage. I have fairly strong feelings about being married. That when the romantic interest is married, then that's it, move on to someone else. I didn't like how the relationship still seemed to progress between Drastona and Cadeyrn. Everything about his marriage seemed wrong but it didn't help make me feel better about their bond. I really felt since the beginning of the first book (when we heard the prophecy) that Stone and Cadeyrn were meant to be, so it was all a big let down. Especially because, now that he has a baby on the way, I'm not keen for him to be with anyone but his baby's momma. Funny thing is, I have ... moregot to give R.K. Ryals credit, because the story was completely absorbing despite not really liking the way it progressed. I'll definitely be reading the next one. By the time it's out I'm sure I'll be over my disappointment and eager to see what she has in stall for Stone next. I just hope she get's her happily ever after. She deserves it.
review 2: My review for: Fist of Furor by R.K. Ryals (book three of the Scribes of Medeisia) My rating: 5 out of 5 starsShanna RobersonOne word.—Brilliance! There really are no words to describe the haunting beauty that is portrayed on the pages, the magic that pours from every word. It’s one of her bests and one of my favorites. “Words, once said, are hard to take back. Words are magic”At the end of Tempest, Stone lost it all. With her heart broken beyond repair, she is driven by one thing—to save her people from the tyranny of the mad King. Fist of Furor starts where we left off. The Kingdoms on the cusp of war, Stone tries to accept her role as the Phoenix., with acceptance she can better help the rebels fight for their freedom. With new threats on the horizon and complications from new female guests in the castle has made life for Stone intense to say the least. To make matters worse, she is forbidden to visit with the Prince for their nightly chats. With more betrayal within the castle walls, she is more dependent on the loyalty of the animals to keep her and her friends save.. Just when Stone thinks she knows exactly who she is and her responsibilities, a divine visitation turns everything she thought she knew upside. Will she be able to overcome this new hardship or will the burden be the final wave to pull her under? “Find the right book, and there’s always the danger of being lost.”I know I have said it before but this is my all-time favorite series. Ever. R.K.’s storytelling is heartbreakingly beautiful, captivating and without equal. She pulls emotions from you as if the characters themselves are loved ones and in a way they are. She has an uncanny ability to create awe-inspiring worlds and fierce characters that you can’t help but fall for. This is one series you can’t pass up. For lovers of Tolkien and C.S. Lewis, this should be next on your list! less
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Best series I've read in a long time!! Can't wait for the 4th book!!
I loved this series and cannot wait for the next one!!!
Such a sad ending...I hope the next book fixes that!
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