Winds of War

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Glass Kingdom was under a threat and now that threat has converted into reality which means that evil is coming to ruin all. Torsten with a title now has an army under his command but it just might not be enough to tackle the wrath of the evil. There are issues in the army and the rise of a new king also proves to be a big problem for Torsten.

Still he manages to keep the Glass Kingdom safe from the enemy but all of this is a temporary arrangement and things just cannot go on like this anymore. After some chapters about the kingdom, Rhett C. Bruno and Jamie Castle shift to their second favorite from Web of Eyes i.e Whitney Fierstown the thief. Whitney started teaching Sora the art of controlling her powers and he is continuing with the same job. Both of them don’t want to indulge themselves in the war as they have much important work to do.

In order to gain more wisdom the couple first goes to Winde Port and from there they plan to go to Yaolin City. Everything appeared calm for both of them until an enemy from the past life came back and stood in front of them as a hurdle.

For the sake of their goal the two decide to fight their way out of all this. So these two are also thrashed into war by the author, Luke Daniels narrates these portions of the novel in an unbelievable manner. The narrator never lost grip on the characters and it looks better than Titan’s Fury at some stages. Delightful series and eyes are now set on the way the story gets concluded by the two authors.



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