Thursday, December 13, 2012

Review: The Gathering Storm By: Robin Bridges

The Gathering Storm (Katerina, #1)The Gathering Storm by Robin Bridges
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

I was quite impressed with the magic that flowed through the pages and brought me into the late 1800s Russia. The imagery, the people all flowed out to create a memorizing story to life.
Katerina Alexandrova has a secret along with all too many around her. From witches, vampires, lychans, sorcerers, fairies, and necromancers - the story of old Russia comes alive with the Courts (Light and Dark), with old vendettas and plots of conspiracy.
Katerina is a necromancer which makes her wanted by all parties. Against her will she uncovers the evil that lies within bloodlines and finds that she can be either a pawn or something more powerful.
I really enjoyed this book. I had to get through all the titles and names, but once the story develops a flow occurs making it an amazing journey. I recommend people to get lost within the pages and look for a continuation.

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