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The Path of the Storm (The Evermen Saga Book 3) (English Edition) par [Maxwell, James]
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Two years have passed since the war, yet without essence the Empire's economy has collapsed. Trade is at a standstill, famine sets in, and, with no food and no essence, the people begin to riot.

In the midst of the growing unrest, Miro struggles to balance his life with Amber against his resolve to keep threats to the Empire at bay. His sister, Ella, helps to build the machinery the Empire desperately needs, but she longs to find Killian and believes his powers will be needed in the conflict to come.

News of a wedding brings a much-needed ray of hope to the weary people. But as citizens and leaders gather from afar for the festivities, an evil threat shatters the fragile peace: one of the Evermen has returned. And he will not rest until he has completely destroyed the humans he despises.

This is the third book in the epic Evermen Saga.

Biographie de l'auteur

James Maxwell grew up in the scenic Bay of Islands, New Zealand, and was educated in Australia. Devouring fantasy and science-fiction classics from an early age, his love for books translated to a passion for writing, which he began at the age of eleven.

Inspired by the natural beauty around him but also by a strong interest in history, he decided in his twenties to see the world. He relocated to London and then to Thailand, Mexico, Austria, and Malta, developing a lifelong obsession with travel. It was while living in Thailand that he seriously took up writing again, producing his first full-length novel, Enchantress, the first of four titles in his internationally bestselling Evermen Saga.

When he isn't writing or traveling, James enjoys sailing, snowboarding, classical guitar, and French cooking.


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  • Nombre de pages de l'édition imprimée : 496 pages
  • Editeur : 47North (29 juillet 2014)
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  • Langue : Anglais
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Par Lady Lama TOP 500 COMMENTATEURSMEMBRE DU CLUB DES TESTEURS le 14 décembre 2014
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Autant j'ai dévoré les tomes 1 et 2, avec un final augurant du meilleur pour le tome 3, autant finalement j'ai lu avec peine ce tome 3.

Il m'a semblé inutile et paresseux. Nous avons droit à des scènes qui font plaisir : le nouvel Empire, le mariage, etc. Mais il ne se passe quasiment rien, rien en tout cas qui n'aurait pu être mentionné qu'avec quelques courts chapitres (et pas 500 pages).

Le fils d'Amber et Miro est empoisonné. Miro et Amber embarquent dans une coquille de noix avec un équipage improbable pour aller chercher un potentiel élixir à l'autre bout du monde. Comment croire que quelqu'un de la position de Miro, même impulsif, n'aurait pas mieux préparé son voyage? La suite de leurs aventures est une accumulation de clichés, entre mutinerie et bateau échoué sur une plage. La découverte du nouveau pays m'a même laissée un peu blasée, c'est dire.

Ella continue elle aussi de voyager. Elle devrait être la meilleure marathonienne du pays après tous ses déplacements incessants. Cela nous permet de mieux comprendre (brièvement) le monde des necromancers. Ensuite il y a l'aventure vers Shar. Ce qu'on en retient est à la fois très décevant et conforme à ce qu'on pourrait en penser.

L'ascension de Killian, prévue depuis le premier tome, suit son cours. Les pages où il est présent sont vraiment les seules à avoir retenu mon attention. Bref, un tome pas désagréable, mais pour pas grand chose...
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Toujours très bon livre : on est pris par l'histoire et on a toujours une envie irrépressible de connaître la suite, ce livre se dévore donc comme les 2 premiers ! ... Mais... la première moitié m'a laissé un peu sur ma faim et j'ai lu rapidement pour avancer dans le voyage de Miro qui selon moi trainait un peu en longueur... J'ai été récompensé car la seconde moitié du livre est excellente, retrouvant le rythme et l'ampleur inhérents aux deux premiers tomes... A couper le souffle ! Cela laisse augurer le meilleur pour le 4e et dernier tome !
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4.0 étoiles sur 5 great story 4 février 2015
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I read a lot of fantasy. I am a kindle junkie and I often use kindle recommendations to read new authors. Thanks to Amazon, I discovered this series and I have been very pleased. The author does a great a job juggling the stories of his characters and maintaining the readers suspense at an acceptable level. Every installment so far finishes on a great note, but he leaves the reader hungry for the next book. After reading fantasy books for 30 years, the genre becomes somewhat predictable. Maxwell's world is new and fresh. The characters are genuine, and it's easy to relate to them. I do not write many reviews, but I depend on the reviews of others to guide me to my next new series, author, etc... For the price, this is an easy choice. I highly recommend this series to anyone that's looking for a new twist in the world of fantasy.

Thank You James Maxwell, for a great story. Thank You Amazon for a great recommendation. I just downloaded book 4, so I am going to read some more.

Get the books. You will be glad you did.
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2.0 étoiles sur 5 Action-packed and boring 15 juin 2015
Par John B Kirkpatrick - Publié sur Amazon.com
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I found the first two books of the series entertaining, so I thought this book would make for good plane reading on my next flight. I was wrong. While it seems odd to discuss plausibility -- come on, this is fantasy -- in a good novel the people have to be believable. Here they're not. The characters struck me me as flat and boring with little development, which is to say, naive and / or predictable. Alternative adjective: stupid. The dialog is about as sophisticated as a Schwarzenegger film, and the language overall very simple; it's a grade school book with blood and guts.

My main qualm, however, was the storyline. The overall events were epic, no doubt, but the action and events were completely predictable... Dare I say, scripted? It's overboard even by Hollywood standards. There was no suspense or excitement for me, because you can tell both what is going to happen (good guys escape / survive / reach their destination) and when (just in a nick of time!). Seriously, EVERY EVENT was timed in the manner of Indiana Jones rolling under the stone door just as it slams shut. I think that was supposed to make it exciting, but because everything happens at the last second =just= in time, the predictability kills the suspense and you're left with only eyerolls.

It's still an interesting world and concept, but I'll be taking a break from this series now.
4.0 étoiles sur 5 Somewhat disjointed but enjoyable book 31 juillet 2016
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As with other series of books I have read, this final book isn't as well written as the first or second. Enjoyed the book. Just was more difficult to navigate through in sense that the plot seemed disjointed at times. The ending was difficult to place as part of the original plot. The character Ella was a refreshing main stay throughout all three books. The characters didn't seem to flow together as well in this book. And didn't like that Ella's relationship with the men in her life was conflicted. Think the relationship between Ella and Milo could have been better connected. Overall though, thought the themes were interesting.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 One more to go 6 juillet 2015
Par Mr. Jared C. Serra - Publié sur Amazon.com
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One of the highest compliments I can give about this series is I have enjoyed each book more than the one before it. That is a rarity. I believe that the author had a plan and is executing it very well.

A shocking amount of plot threads were resolved in book 2. What starts here was properly set up and doesn't feel like starting over. The stakes are very high this time around.

Another compliment I would like to pay is to the main character Ella. She has truly won me over. One of the best main characters from any series I have read. Her story this time out is the best part of the book. Her quest takes her into frightening but always entertaining corners of the map.

Speaking of the Map. It really opens up this time. The feeling of Epic shines through.

I really don't have any complaints with this book. If I did they must have been minor enough for me to have forgotten them already.
5.0 étoiles sur 5 The Path of the Storm by james Maxwell 27 juin 2016
Par Linda Boccia - Publié sur Amazon.com
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Of the three out of four books in the Evermen Saga that I have read, by James Maxwell, I think that this one was the most interesting. While it does cover some additional wars it also introduces new lands of the empire complete with romantic excursions by some of the characters who you hoped would get together, finally. I think that there is a delicate balance between trying to maintain a mythical past from antiquity and present day conveniences. There were times when the author almost alluded to contemporary devices for communication that were not thought of even in a mythical world, and it bothered me somewhat. I am sure from research done by Michael Creighton years ago for his book about journeying back in the time of the Middle Ages that there were inventions that we did not realize that they had and perhaps the same is true for James Maxwell. Maybe he thought of some possibilities like artificial heat sources, lamps lighted by runes etc. This does have expanded and prepared for conclusions in the final book, which I am reading now. I think that in a sense they became more interesting in character development and even descriptions with each new book. It's an engaging saga of history, albeit imagined and created, romance and most certainly violence in their many wars. Sometimes I feel like I am reading a morality tale in 4 books...a little spirituality, cautionary suggestions of what happens when violence does not solve human relationship problems it only enlarges them, and ultimately the Machiavellian principle that power corrupts. However, Machiavelli also felt that the end justifies the means, which history has proven wrong so many times as a source of resolving conflict.
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