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Eye of the Storm by: Frank Cavallo

Eye of the Storm - Copy

Title: Eye of the Storm
By: Frank Cavallo
Publication Date: August 10, 2016
Genre: Fantasy, Adventure, Science Fiction

Book Summary:

On a research mission in one of the most remote regions of the world, former Navy SEAL Eric Slade and Dr. Anna Fayne are caught in a mysterious storm. Catapulted through a rift in space-time, they are marooned on a lost world.

Struggling to survive and desperate to find a way home, they must confront the dangers of this savage land—a dark wizard and his army of undead—a warrior queen and her horde of fierce Neanderthals that stands against him—and a legendary treasure with the power to open the gateway between worlds, or to destroy them all: the Eye of the Storm.

 

Review:

I really enjoyed reading this book. The way Frank describes his characters and the places they have been and where they are is really amazing. I really liked the adventure I went on as I read this book each page was just as exciting as the next. I also wanted to say that I enjoyed the part where Slade is fighting the amphibians and he was doing a hell of a job if you ask me. But at the end of this battle he says “Looks like they weren’t interested in our counter-offer.” I laughed for a really long time at this. Thank you to Frank Cavallo for a free copy of his book in return for an honest review of his book.

 

Four Stars

Author Bio

Frank Cavallo - CopyFrank Cavallo’s new novel, the dark fantasy “Rites of Azathoth” is slated for release at the end of January from Necro/Bedlam. He is also the author of “Eye of the Storm”, “The Lucifer Messiah” and the weird western “The Hand of Osiris.”

His short fiction has appeared in venues such as Another Realm, Ray Gun Revival, Every Day Fiction and Lost Souls. He has worked in the Warhammer universe, penning the novella “Into the Valley of Death” included in the “Gotrek & Felix: Lost Tales” collection as well as a number of short stories available as part of Black Library’s “the Best of Hammer and Bolter: Volume 2.”

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