The Last Stormlord

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Little, Brown Book Group, Mar 4, 2010 - Fiction - 640 pages
29 Reviews
Shale is the lowest of the low-an outcast from a poor village in the heart of the desert. In the desert water is life, and currency, and Shale has none. But he has a secret. Itís the one thing that keeps him alive and may save all the cities of the Quartern in the days to come. If it doesnít get him killed first... Terelle is a slave fleeing a life as a courtesan. She finds shelter in the home of an elderly painter but as she learns the strange and powerful secrets of his art she fears she may have traded a life of servitude for something far more perilous... The Stormlord is dying in his tower and there is no one, by accident or design, to take his place. He brings the rain from the distant seas to his people. Without a Stormlord, the cities of the Quartern will wither and die. Their civilization is at the brink of disaster. If Shale and Terelle can find a way to save themselves, they may just save them all. Water is life and the wells are running dry...

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Review: The Last Stormlord (Watergivers #1)

User Review  - Traci Loudin - Goodreads

This book rocks. It's adeptly written. The world lives and breathes, as do the characters. If I hadn't already set up the rest of my TBR list through the rest of the year, I'd be going straight onto ... Read full review

Review: The Last Stormlord (Watergivers #1)

User Review  - Vorbis - Goodreads

It's probably worth three stars, but it gets one taken off it for the god damn annoying way it introduces characters. I'm ok with being brought into one scene, getting an insight into the main ... Read full review

About the author (2010)

Glenda Larke was born in Western Australia and trained as a teacher. She has taught English in Australia, Vienna, Tunisia and Malaysia. Glenda has two children and lives in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, with her husband.

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