Storm of Prophecy, Book I: Dark Awakening

Rated 3.50/5 based on 4 reviews
Dark Awakening begins an epic fantasy series wrought with fire and steel that follows the life of a young sword-wielding wizard born with a rare and under-appreciated gift. His home of Gadrale Keep, once merely a border fortress that has long since come to serve as a mage academy must now face its greatest trial. More
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About Michael von Werner

Author of the Storm of Prophecy Series, Von Werner is a Montana native who has spent untold weeks traversing the Rocky Mountains. A graduate of the University of Montana with degrees in Geography and Central and Southwest Asian Studies, his love for snow-capped peaks, glacier-cut valleys lush with evergreens and rolling plains can be seen in his writings. Over the years he's done work for the US Fish and Wildlife Service, his local Volunteer Fire Department and the Montana Food Bank Network.

Von Werner has carefully planned out his entire series and won't stop until it is finished. He can often be found writing his next novel with a mug in one hand and a dog at his side.

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Reviews of Storm of Prophecy, Book I: Dark Awakening by Michael von Werner

PushkalSrinivasB reviewed on April 21, 2016

NICE! Waiting for your second book.
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crpgnut reviewed on May 12, 2014

This book is pretty dull and the main character is a wuss. Not really anything here to bother reading through. The book has basically one action scene in the first half and the next several chapters are people discussing the ramifications of that scene. I finally stopped reading after the action slowed to a crawl.
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nour hesham reviewed on May 9, 2014

Great story, hope you write more. Keep it free, keep it classy.
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M. Pars reviewed on May 6, 2014

A good attempt. The characters need to be fine tuned and the story needs to flow more smoothly. I felt myself becoming irritated with the utter stupidity of most characters - perhaps the author attempted to portray them as complacent, but they unfortunately did not come across as such.
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