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The Stolen Tower (The Light Beyond the Storm Chronicles #3) [PDF / EPUB] The Stolen Tower (The Light Beyond the Storm Chronicles #3) What stalks the land cannot be but isWhere magic is outlawed a troll shaman calls from her deathbed to her heiress Mirandra Var daughter of the storm Mirandra promises to find her missing kin sort fri What stalks the land cannot be but isWhere magic is outlawed a troll shaman calls from her deathbed to her heiress Mirandra Var daughter of the storm Mirandra promises to find her missing kin sort friend from foe and claim the dangerous secrets guarded by unthinkable creatures If she succeeds she will become the leader of her tribe If she fails there will be no tribe to leadContains scenes of a sexual nature.


About the Author: A.L. Butcher

British born A L Butcher is an avid reader and creator of worlds a poet and a dreamer a lover of science natural history history and monkeys Her prose has been described as ‘dark and gritty’ and her poetry as ‘evocative’ She writes with a sure and sometimes erotic sensibility of things that might have been never were but could beAlex is the author of the Light Beyond the Storm Chronic.



4 thoughts on “The Stolen Tower (The Light Beyond the Storm Chronicles #3)

  1. says:

    “The enemy of my enemy is my friend”An axiom that rings profoundly true in this the third adventure of the Light Beyond the Storm Chronicles – The Stolen TowerAncient sorcery stirs and beasts from myth and legend roam the land Whole villages disappear Visions of power trouble those gifted in the ways of magic Suspicion abounds breeding fear and hostilityIt is into this powder keg that Shamania Mirandra Var must journey – for someone calls on her from afar to fulfill her destinyAs before I particularly like the different slant AL Butcher puts on the trope regarding the various races – humans elves and trolls – their abilities and their interaction with each other And all the so in an environment that places all of them – regardless of kinship or calling – under a cloud of danger Yes creatures of pure nightmare stalk the living; a sickness that can’t be cured blights community after community; suicide rates soar Even the Witchhunters are hard pressed to distinguish friend from foeThere’s action and adventure aplenty too as our heroes and heroines contend with woodlands haunted by horrors that shouldn’t exist; catacombs deep and dark; a maze filled with nothing but deception and death All this in an effort to help Mirandra Var fulfill her destiny and avoid the looming threat of a war that will ravage the landHow do our intrepid explores fare against seemingly overwhelming odds?You’ll see in an entertaining journey that leads you into the very depths of The Stolen Tower A journey that also enforces a weighty truth There’s always a price to pay where magic is concerned and sometimes that price can be hard to bear even when victory is within your graspI have to say this was by far my favorite story of the series And no wonder The storyline engages you from the outset and keeps you riveted until the very endWell done to AL Butcher for giving us a deeper insight into some of our favorite characters of old and the complicated society in which they live


  2. says:

    Alexandra Butcher aka AL Butcher is a very interesting writer I and friends have been following her career for several years watching her grow and lapping up her output This book The Stolen Tower The Light Beyond the Storm is Book III in her trilogy Since I read the other two some time ago I'm not going to treat this reviews as the review of a third of three but as a stand alone novel If you haven't read the previous books in this trilogy don't be concerned Read this review then the book being reviewed and then go buy the other two as preuels to savor However be warned there are things about both Book I and II that I found delectable perceptive and uniue Butcher writes about outsiders most times people who are discriminated against or who have skills that make others jealous or both People with limitations which they must overcome And she writes about nonhuman races trying to get along with humans a gargantuan undertaking since humans can't even get along with themselvesThe Trollkind and particularly the Elves have caught my attention won me over where no fantasy book has been able to do so before And in this book as with Butcher's first two in this trilogy we look at the world from shifting viewpoints tightly crafted third person perspectives that rotate through those of one persuasion and then through those of anotherThis story in Book III does than extend the reach of Butcher's series it introduces a new way of looking at characters we may have known before but are seeing in BOOK III through new eyes A character named DII has been my favorite from the start of the series you'll need to read the earlier books to find out why In this book the stage is stolen by magic in its most threatening form What stalks the land cannot be but is says the blurbThe disrepute of magic fuels much of what threatens these characters whether they are new to you or already loved by you Here's a snippet from the description since no spoilers can be hidden here Where magic is outlawed a troll shaman calls from her deathbed to her heiress Mirandra Var daughter of the storm Mirandra promises to find her missing kin sort friend from foe and claim the dangerous secrets guarded by unthinkable creatures If she succeeds she will become the leader of her tribe If she fails there will be no tribe to leadSo now you understand that I can't tell you too much not in the case of this book without spoiling things Be assured that characterization is deep allegory to today's world delicately drawn and Butcher never fails to show you haunting detail to make you feel the hopes dreams and loves as well as hates of her charactersEnjoy this writer enjoy her journey of discovery in which she allows you to share And oh if you want to know who my favorite characters may be Dii and Ephany for reasons you'll understand should you embark upon the journey to the Stolen Tower And surprisingly for me I must in good conscience add the Shamania of Trollkind This book is full of characters who live and breathe and make your heart ache then fill you with joy without ever being overbearing in plot or pretentious in style Like the writer theses three works and #III in particular whisper deeper truths than hyperbole can trumpet So these books may not be for everyone not for skimmers who look for plot points so they can claim to have read a book for certain But for those who practice the art of reading here's a writer who practices the art of storytelling


  3. says:

    A good continuation of the other books I found it a little confusing and at places a bit rushed Still an enjoyable read but the 2 previous book were better I think


  4. says:

    This is another excellent addition to the series with fantastic descriptions wonderful worldbuilding a great cast of characters and an interesting plot that moves at a nice pace If you enjoy fantasy stories and have no issues with graphic erotic or violent scenes you'll love this book


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