Eye of The Storm
JohnGoode
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Jul 03, 2020 - 10:39 AM By JohnGoode

Kane Vess thought his life in rural Iowa was mind numbingly boring Then Hawk, a prince from another world, appeared and turned Kane s life upside down At first Kane welcomed the adventure and the chance to be with Hawk but then a shapeshifter named Puck kidnapped Hawk and dragged him back home.Now Kane is caught up in another planet s magical civil war, searching for theKane Vess thought his life in rural Iowa was mind numbingly boring Then Hawk, a prince from another world, appeared and turned Kane s life upside down At first Kane welcomed the adventure and the chance to be with Hawk but then a shapeshifter named Puck kidnapped Hawk and dragged him back home.Now Kane is caught up in another planet s magical civil war, searching for the boy he loves in a place he knows nothing about With the help of a gem elemental, an ice barbarian, and a clockwork woman, Kane has to find Hawk and stop Puck before he can destroy the nine realms.
  • Title: Eye of The Storm
  • Author: JohnGoode
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 458
  • Format: Kindle Edition

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Sonia ~Ruber's fiancé in Crystal Court universe~ Jul 03, 2020 - 10:39 AM
I love these books more and more every time I read them! Exquisite! Also I have to admit some things I got better this time around, or because I knew what was coming payed more attention to details? I don't know I just want to say, this is the type of book you need to read more than once to truly appreciate it. I love this Universe! BR with Paul, August 2015------------------------------------------------------------------------First read October 2014DISCLAIMER: SPOILERISH REVIEW!Well so much ha [...]
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Kaje Harper Jul 03, 2020 - 10:39 AM
This book is full of imagination and action. It features one wonderful POV character in Kane, a boy who follows his otherworldy new boyfriend through a spell into another realm and has to deal with what he experiences there.I have a couple of words of advice for people beginning this book: First, if it's been a while since you read the excellent first installment, reread that before this one. There are a lot of characters here, and reconnecting with the ones from Distant Rumblings will make the [...]
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Paul Jul 03, 2020 - 10:39 AM
great YA fantasy series
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Ulysses Dietz Jul 03, 2020 - 10:39 AM
I just finished the second of John Goode's fantasy YA series "Eye of the Storm." I ended up frustrated because there's CLEARLY a third book to follow these two, and the ending was a cliff-hanger.I hate cliff-hangers. Arrgh.But I do like John Goode's writing - and these two books make for a great Harry-Potter-like experience for a gay teenager - with the kind of self-affirming and romantic message that these books need to have. I would have DIED to have these books when I was 15. Died.The first b [...]
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Scarlett Jul 03, 2020 - 10:39 AM
First impression be damned, this book wasn't the same one after the first one and by all means I meant that in a good way. Great even, because the effect of surprising the reader from a different theme to another was fluidly executed.I'm not a science fiction fan myself but I literally enjoyed the book. It took just much willpower on my part to not give up on the book because it wasn't my thing and it did not disappoint. Half-way on the book I was enjoying it so much that I do not mind a lot of [...]
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Anna Jul 03, 2020 - 10:39 AM
4.5 STARS! (English is not my first language so I'll try to do my best. If there're some mistakes I apologize in advance)What can i say? Eye of the Storm (Lords of Arcadia, #2) does not disappoint! It has a bit of everything. A lot of action, a little bit of drama, a little bit of humorOne of the things i enjoyed the most was Kane's personality and his sense of humor. (He made me laugh in the weirdest moments)There is a lot of new information to assimilate but clearly it was written the best way [...]
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Fritz42 Jul 03, 2020 - 10:39 AM
If I thought the action and world building was great in the first book, Distant Rumblings, then they were off the charts with this one. Kane follows Hawk to Faerth to try and save him from the dark elves that have kidnapped him. There we get to meet some of the different beings that inhabit Hawk's realm, and they are a very unique and interesting group. As I said, the world building was incredible. The beings alone and their abilities grabbed my attention. Add to it the different skirmishes betw [...]
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Kaipo Jul 03, 2020 - 10:39 AM
Bought this two days ago, then went back and read the last chapter from the first book to refresh myself.This book was full of one adventure after another! It totally had me gripped from beginning to end, that I didn't even realize I was at the end until I started (and finished) reading the authors notes.We get to see a lot of new characters and friendships formed. I loved seeing more of Ater and Pullus, the dark elves, and was heartbroken with Ater's loss towards the end. There were some near d [...]
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Teri Jul 03, 2020 - 10:39 AM
I really liked this one. Getting more depth from the characters we already know and meeting the new ones. Honestly I can't even pick my favorite part right now, or even character. Ruber was fantastic and while there is something rather hilarious about the whole "gen world" and hierarchy, the situation he had with his family was justke the realest thing ever. Ferra was kick ass and I loved her andjust greatally. I was glad that what happened with her happened.I appreciate that there wasn't just p [...]
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Ami Jul 03, 2020 - 10:39 AM
First John Goode's story that I DNF-end, around 15%.I don't enjoy all out fantasy (or sci-fi). Period. The first book I loved because it had urban fantasy element to it (though set in small town). This one is not, I couldn't get myself into it. Should've known when I read "another planet" in the blurb. I would need something to ground me to Earth.I know other reviewers loved it. Kaje Harper said to "stick" with it to get into the awesomeness. But I don't have enough patience. If it couldn't grab [...]
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Absynthe Jul 03, 2020 - 10:39 AM
OMG Really? REALLY?!??!? That's where you end it???? When's the next book coming out? I need it now!!!Once again, an impressive feat. An excellent first book followed by a spectacular second book. Most series start going downhill after the first book, this one steps up its game to the next level. Fast-paced, suspenseful, imaginative and just freaking cool!I demand the next book be published immediately!!!!! Or I'll sit in the corner and sulk till that happens.
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Michael Jul 03, 2020 - 10:39 AM
I originally read this on 02/16/13 and rated it five stars. I am re-reading the series in preparation of the third installment The Unseen TempestI still rate this book five stars and now, can't wait for the next installment.
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Elsbeth Jul 03, 2020 - 10:39 AM
BR, August with Paul, Sonia, Momo and Julie
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Paul Monroe Jul 03, 2020 - 10:39 AM
I was looking forward to this sequel and I wasn't disappointed ! What a great read ! It was so interesting to see how the author created different new words that are somehow connected to each other. Combining fairy tales and making them into something unique and new was an awesome way to create a new outlook on some of the old tales
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Sammy Goode Jul 03, 2020 - 10:39 AM
Eye of the Storm, the second installment in the Lords of Arcadia series by John Goode is simply a fantasy/sci-fi/paranormal readers' dream come true!!!Nine alternate realms, dark elves, faeries, ogres, gem elementals, frigus, a Djinn, Titania, Puck, and Oberon, and one incredible human. They all come together in one amazingly well crafted novel that unfolds one new world after another like someone shucking pearls from oysters.The story picks up where Distant Rumblings leaves off. Kane plummets i [...]
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Jamie Deacon Jul 03, 2020 - 10:39 AM
Readers were given a taste of John Goode’s incredible and somewhat quirky imagination in Distant Rumblings, the first in his Lords of Arcadia series. Book 1 saw Hawk, heir to the Arcadian throne, exiled to Earth to escape looming civil war, and becoming emotionally involved with a human boy. It’s in the sequel, however, that Goode really allows his creativity to roam free. Here he combines traditional folklore and fairy tales with creatures and lands of his own invention, ending up with some [...]
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Max Jul 03, 2020 - 10:39 AM
Fascinating, absolutely amazing book. Truly/Madly/Deeply love every single bit of it.The 'Eye of the Storm' will swallow you whole.Imagine Fairy world that fell off its axis and completely spun out of control in a giant cluster #$%& of universal and personal cataclysms and you'll get the picture. Wait, I think I even understated it. The magnitude of the dysfunctionality of magic world is so beyond comprehension that it's basically impossible to imagine it until you are completely submerged b [...]
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Valérie Jul 03, 2020 - 10:39 AM
Okay, so the book got started with Kane diving into a sort of Avatar / Popsicle land. And if you think that's weird, well, I was just getting started. There's also this massive war breaking out in Fearth because the Dark are threatening to attack for understandable reasons, but hey, war is war and what is it good for? indeed: absolutely nothing.But anyways, the Royals are PANICKING. So Kane has to save Hawk, deal with the ice girl, stop the bad guy (maybe while driving an Aston Martin and drinki [...]
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Octobercountry Jul 03, 2020 - 10:39 AM
The tone of this book is rather different than "Distant Rumblings," the first book in the series---a bit more serious, a bit more action-oriented. We're leaving the mortal world behind this time around---and with it, Hawk's fish-out-of-water adventures that added a bit of levity to the first volume---and moving to the Faerie realm. And no mistake---this isn't a great place to be at the moment. Or, perhaps, at any time. We meet precious few really admirable individuals in this world---everyone ha [...]
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David Jul 03, 2020 - 10:39 AM
Great sequel to Distant RumblingsThe love between Kane and hawk grow to levels that mere mortals cannot even imagine.I am breathlessly waiting for the next in the series.
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Trisha Harrington Jul 03, 2020 - 10:39 AM
My review of Eye of the Storm.This book was provided by Harmony Ink Press in exchange for a fair and honest review.
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Jesse Aubrey Jul 03, 2020 - 10:39 AM
I didn't think I'd be able to fall more in love after the first book. I was wrong. New characters, new points of view, and a helluva lot of fey lore make for one disgustingly perfect world. I laughed and cried and cheered this book on every step of the way, and can't WAIT for the next one.
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Riva Jul 03, 2020 - 10:39 AM
Son of a $##!!!! I hate cliffhangers. But this book is worth it. Just beautiful.
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JL Lucaban Jul 03, 2020 - 10:39 AM
I knew it! I so knew it! I really really knew! Said it and shouted it many many times! I love this story! xD
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Experiment BL626 Jul 03, 2020 - 10:39 AM
CAUTION: Long ReviewBook 2 thrusted Kane out of Earth and into another world, turning the series from urban fantasy to pure fantasy. A couple scenes shined for me, but the rest of the story didn’t impress me.The Characters+++ the MC: KaneI continue to think Kane as an idiot. He is frequently in danger, but he rarely seems to grasp the severity of the situation. In the rare moments when he does, he acts foolishly. I wouldn’t label Kane as TSTL (yet), but sometimes I am surprised that he is st [...]
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RJ Jul 03, 2020 - 10:39 AM
I enjoyed reading the first book of this series, so I thought why not read the second one?The main problem I had with this is the switching of POV's. The jumping around made the narrative problematic. And I really hope the author won't use the same method in the next book.The redeeming value in this, however, is the setting. The world where the story takes place is very interesting. It's probably the only reason I kept going until the end.
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BhaktiM Jul 03, 2020 - 10:39 AM
I liked this one better than the first one because of the characters. I also liked how Kane morphed into a more powerful creature. Still, for me there was still not enough sex and romance, so I may not continue with this series.
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Eye of The Storm By JohnGoode Kane Vess thought his life in rural Iowa was mind numbingly boring Then Hawk, a prince from another world, appeared and turned Kane s life upside down At first Kane welcomed the adventure and the chance to be with Hawk but then a shapeshifter named Puck kidnapped Hawk and dragged him back home.Now Kane is caught up in another planet s magical civil war, searching for theKane Vess thought his life in rural Iowa was mind numbingly boring Then Hawk, a prince from another world, appeared and turned Kane s life upside down At first Kane welcomed the adventure and the chance to be with Hawk but then a shapeshifter named Puck kidnapped Hawk and dragged him back home.Now Kane is caught up in another planet s magical civil war, searching for the boy he loves in a place he knows nothing about With the help of a gem elemental, an ice barbarian, and a clockwork woman, Kane has to find Hawk and stop Puck before he can destroy the nine realms.

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