The Master of Whitestorm



The Master of Whitestorm Korendir S Name Was The Stuff Of Legend Man Of Mystery Deadly Mercenary Obsessed Adventurer From A Life Of Misery, Chained As A Galley Slave Under The Whips Of The Marauding Mhurgai, Korendir Contrived An Escape Against Impossible Odds, Only To Gamble His Hard Won Freedom Against The World S Most Dangerous Threats Even Haldeth, Fellow Captive At The Oar And His Only Accepted Friend, Can Not Understand What Drives Korendir To Repeated Risk But The Hazardous Tasks Serve A Madman S Hope, To Build An Unbreachable Citadel Yet, Can Any Fortress Wall Be Enough To Disarm The Inner Nightmares That Ride The Master Of Whitestorm With The Cruelty Of A Death Wish

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  • Paperback
  • 413 pages
  • The Master of Whitestorm
  • Janny Wurts
  • English
  • 24 April 2018
  • 0586210687

10 thoughts on “The Master of Whitestorm

  1. seak says:

    I ve begun to realize that reading fantasy has given me a superpower It s not generally considered a superpower per se, but it IS a power I ve received from my reading ventures And maybe it s not necessarily a power, but it is a skill and really that s all superpowers are right Cool skills Quite possibly reading fiction in general, but I like to think it s just fantasyFine, okay, but Batman s a superhero and has no superpower so maybe it fits in there, somewhere.Does this have a poin I ve begun to realize that reading fantasy has given me a superpower It s not generally considered a superpower per se, but it IS a power I ve received from my reading ventures And maybe it s not necessarily a power, but it is a skill and really that s all superpowers are right Cool skills Quite possibly reading fiction in general, but I like to think it s j...

  2. Alissa says:

    This is a refreshing fantasy book featuring a complex adult main protagonist dealing with his fears and an original, psychological story crafted with the trademark rhythm and style of Janny Wurts.At the beginning of the story both Korendir and Haldeth, the other main character, end up as slave oarsmen in the same nightmarish pirate galley that have captured them, but over the course of the book they evolve very differently Haldeth, the eldest, reveals his painful experience while Korendir, litt This is a refreshing fantasy book featuring a complex adult main protagonist dealing with his fears and an original, psychological story crafted with the trademark rhythm and style of Janny Wurts.At the beginning of the story both Korendir and Haldeth, the other main character, end up as slave oarsmen in the same nightmarish pirate galley that have captured them, but over the course of the book they evolve very differently Haldeth, the eldest, reveals his painful experience while Korendir, littlethan a teenager, dumbly reacts with voiceless fury to any human stimulus or mistreatment The two forge a deep friendship and relate with each other, but eventually take very different paths in reaction to their inner demons, and the reader confronts with almost opposite ways of dealing with life and fear The story unfolds like a reverse spiral, in each epi...

  3. Gavin says:

    This standalone fantasy had the all the building blocks for a good story The world building was good, the plot was interesting, and the characters were intriguing and far from perfect Unfortunately Janny Wurts writing seemed a bit distant to me and as a result I failed to engage on an emotional level with the plight of the characters or any of the happenings A shame really as this had the potential to be a great read Korendir spent years in silence chained as a galley slave under the brutal This standalone fantasy had the all the building blocks for a good story The world building was good, the plot was interesting, and the characters were intriguing and far from perfect Unfortunately Janny Wurts writing seemed a bit distant to me and as a result I failed to engage on an emotional level with the plight of the characters or any of the happenings A shame really as this had the potential to be a great read Korendir spent years in silence chained as...

  4. Jon says:

    4 stars

  5. Stefan says:

    As Master of Whitestorm starts off, Haldeth, a blacksmith turned galley slave, gets involved in an escape attempt by his mysterious and silent bench mate a man who quickly proves to have surprising skills and hidden depths The two companions strike out together after their escape The mysterious man, whose name is Korendir, takes on a number of mercenary missions It quickly becomes clear that Korendir is, to put it mildly, very focused on gathering enough money to build an impregnable fortress As Master of Whitestorm starts off, Haldeth, a blacksmith turned galley slave, gets involved in an escape attempt by his mysterious and silent bench mate a man who quickly proves to have surprising skills and hidden depths The two companions strike out together after their escape The mysterious man, whose name is Korendir, takes on a number of mercenary missions It quickly becomes clear that Korendir is, to put it mildly, ver...

  6. Emily (BellaGrace) says:

    2nd DNF book this week for me This is my first Janny Wurts book and I m really disappointed I think I just picked the wrong book to start with This one starts out interesting on the slave galley where the two main characters are trying to escape, but then it just ended up being a bunch of short story adventures that getandoutrageous There s no plot really I got about halfway through and quit This book reminds me of playing an MMO and just reading a bunch of quest text The ma 2nd DNF book this week for me This is my first Janny Wurts book and I m really disappointed I think I just picked the wrong book to start with This one starts out interesting on the slave galley where the two main characters are trying to escape, but then it just ended up being a bunch of short story adventures that...

  7. Jim says:

    This was a good, stand alone fantasy novel The hero is complex very tough The descriptions of horses especially sailing scenes are especially well done The author s obvious familiarity with these two subjects shines through.The story line is excellent While not indicated by sections, there are distinct parts to the hero s life, each one building to a climax logically leading to the next The suspense never ends in a world that is complex dangerous.The cover art was ex This was a good, stand alone fantasy novel The hero is complex very tough The descriptions of horses especially sailing scenes are es...

  8. Kathleen says:

    3.5 stars for this stand alone epic fantasy complete with wizards, bloody butchery, and a touch of bittersweet romance I had never read Janny Wurts before, but based on positive reviews, decided to give it a go She s a whiz with words, that s perfectly clear A masterful writer She also crafts some very clever plots particularly the tricks the hero Korendir uses to defeat various ber powerful banes Most of the book portrays Korendir fighting various evils that imperil the eleven kingdoms 3.5 stars for this stand alone epic fantasy complete with wizards, bloody butchery, and a touch of bittersweet romance I had never read Janny Wurts before, but based on positive...

  9. Sandra says:

    I was introduced to Janny Wurts by first reading The Curse of the Mistwraith and totally loving it, so was hooked Being my compulsive self, I couldn t stop reading until I finished that series before working my way backward through her earlier works This book tells the story of Korendir, first introduced as a galley slave He s a typical Wurts hero in that he s tough, defended, smart, prickly extremely , and underneath it all, a total cream puff Having been introduced to this sort in the M I was introduced to Janny Wurts by first reading The Curse of the Mistwraith and totally loving it, so was hooked Being my compulsive self, I couldn t stop reading until I finished that series before working my way backward through her earlier works This book tells the story of Korendir, first introduced as a galley slave He s a typical Wurts hero in that he s tough, defended, smart, prickly extremely , and underneath it all, a total cream puff Having been introduced to this sort in the Mistwraith series, I was therefore patient with him and enjoyed the ride through his adventures early in the book As events unfold, we finally learn the reasons for his behavior, and he becomeshuman This slow uncovering is also a Wurts hallmark, and one that I totally enjoy While I was sure that would happen, other plot twists are less predictable and we are served up the climax with psychol...

  10. Giacomo says:

    Janny Wurts is one of my favorite authors Her stories are always interesting and her voice refreshing Master of Whitestorm was no different I had been spoiled by the Empire Series, as I consider it to be one of the best SciFi Fantasy series I ve ever read, but that aside, Master of Whitestorm delivered a solid read The protagonist, Korendir, was a solid, if perhaps too typical character In a sense he was predictable to where you knew what he would do, and yet, he was a strong enough charact Janny Wurts is one of my favorite authors Her stories are always interesting and her voice refreshing Master of Whitestorm was no different I had been spoiled by the Empire Series, as I consider it to be one of the best SciFi Fantasy series I ve ever read, but that aside, Master of Whitestorm delivered a...

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