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  • Author:
    David Gemmell
  • ISBN:
    0552211613
  • ISBN13:
    978-0552211611
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  • Publisher:
    Transworld (February 3, 2003)
  • Pages:
    608 pages
  • Subcategory:
    Science Fiction
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  • Rating:
    4.5
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DAVID GEMMELL Stormrider A DEL REY® BOOK BALLANTINE BOOKS, NEW YORK Table of Contents Title Page Dedication Acknowledgments Prologue. Ballantine books, new york.

And yet again I love another of David Gemmell’s books

And yet again I love another of David Gemmell’s books. One being the main antagonist, Winter Kay. Civil war has occurred with the Varlish and many people from Ravenheart such as Gaise Macon have been drawn into the turmoil. The war seems to be coming to a close, but no one knows what will ha Just finished the last book in the Rigante series.

Stormrider (Rigante Book 4). David Gemmell. This is the fourth and final book in David Gemmell's "Rigante" series. It started out sort of slow, but, like all the other books in the series, it hooked me in deep. His characters are great, grand and wonderful

Stormrider (Rigante Book 4). Rigante (4 Book Series). His characters are great, grand and wonderful. His heroes have a human side that is compelling and his villians evoke strong feelings of loathing. Gemmell is sometimes predictable, but often suprises you with how emotional these transitions are. I was moved to tears in almost every novel, and "Stormrider" is no different.

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Spellbinding action and breathless adventure - these are the realms of David Gemmell. David A. Gemmell'sfirst novel, Legend, was first published in 1984 and went on to become a classic. Widely regarded as the finest writer of heroic fantasy, David Gemmell lived in Sussex until his tragic death in July 2006. Stormrider Corgi book Novel of the Rigante, David Gemmell Rigante Series (Том 4), David Gemmell Rigante (Книги 4), David A. Gemmell.

Stormrider is a fantasy novel by the author David Gemmell published in 2002. It is the fourth and last novel in the Rigante series. In northern part of the land lies the Moidart and the city of Eldacre; further north is the location of the Rigante clans. The Moidart's son, Gaise Macon (known by the Rigante soul name of 'Stormrider') is in the Royalist king's army, and serves loyally

Enemy snipers were hidden in the woods to the northeast, and some of them were highly skilled.

Enemy snipers were hidden in the woods to the northeast, and some of them were highly skilled. Garon Beck and his senior officers were inside the ruins of a church. The stained-glass windows had been blasted away, and fragments of colored glass littered the nave.

Spellbinding action and breathless adventure–these are the realms of David Gemmell. His mythic characters represent the.

Gemmell David A. (EN). Spellbinding action and breathless adventurethese are the realms of David Gemmell. His mythic characters represent the ultimates in good and evil, and everything in between. Brilliant warriors, they are heartbreakingly human in their ability to love, sacrifice, and summon extraordinary courage when all seems lost. With Stormrider, Gemmell continues his spectacular Rigante saga as the imperiled highland clan faces its deadliest threat. and calls for it's greatest hero.


Dobpota
Stormrider, the 4th in the Rigante series, unlike the first 2 books, this one follows, in time, right after Ravenheart, with many of the characters continuing in this book. It deals more with magic than any of the other 3 books, which is more about the lives of the main characters. This book really shows how fate and fortune can change in inexplicable ways, when your greatest enemy can end up being your allies. In this book the main characters have to, among other things, deal with an ancient evil god, who wishes nothing more than rid the world of all humans because they are destroying all the magic. Often violent, it also shows the strength of those willing to stand, even against impossible odds.
Unereel
This is the fourth and final book in David Gemmell's "Rigante" series. It started out sort of slow, but, like all the other books in the series, it hooked me in deep. His characters are great, grand and wonderful. His heroes have a human side that is compelling and his villians evoke strong feelings of loathing. Gemmell is sometimes predictable, but often suprises you with how emotional these transitions are. I was moved to tears in almost every novel, and "Stormrider" is no different. There are few other authors who write as well as this author and his style is very original. If you want a book, or rather a series of books, that can move you as well as carry you to some fantastic, while remaining believable, adventures, the "Tales of the Rigante" are a must.
Dianantrius
I recently discovered this writer....can't believe I hadn't read any of his work before! This is the third book in the trilogy and it doesn't disappoint, good characters, great world building, twists, and an ending that is bittersweet, but is how it had to be.
Unh
David Gemmell was one of the best storytellers ever. All his books are fast paced, easy to read, very suspenseful and they leave you with a strong desire to read more of his books and adventures. He paints his characters and worlds full of color and makes you feel part of his stories. I have reread all his books many times and they never fail to thrill me and make me want to read them yet again.
Kelerius
I liked the series (four books), but in some ways this was the weakest book of the four. Gemmell, as always, wrote very well; I enjoyed the irony of the Moidart's characterization (at the end of the tale) as a 'saint', since that is so often the way with history; but I felt that the Christ-like, sacrificial ending of Stormrider was a bit much.
Kikora
It took me years to finally read the Rigante series...Almost feels like I saved the best for last. David Gemmell was such a gifted author.I love the way he takes good and evil and then throws it all into a grey area. You never really know whats going to happen next with the characters. Thank you Mr. Gemmell for the awesome ride.
Lightbinder
As a matter of fact the worst of it. Compared to Ravenheart the book is an utter disapoinment. It is the book Gemmell had to write because Ravenheart was just so damned good. The whole thing drags on through. I had a hard time getting attached to any of the characters with the exception of the Moidart. That's right the unspeakable villian from Ravenheart is the most likeable character in this book believe it or not. He was the only character that I found myself chuckling at whenever his point of view would come up. The end is OK at best. All in all you can't stop yourself from reading it just because Ravenheart was so good but be prepared to just sit down and get through it. Besides bringing closure to the series it won't do much else for you.
As I was reading this book, I was reminded how fluidly Gemmell's books flow. Each character's personality is well defined not only by their deeds, but in their dialogue. As you read, you begin to feel that you know these people or someone like them. Gemmell had the ability to portray strengths and weaknesses of the human spirit with honesty and wisdom. I am pacing myself to eventually read all of his books with a bit of dread for the day that I will have no new ones to look forward to.