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Corridor of Storms Panoramic, authentic, explosively dramatic this is the breathtaking new series The First Americans, which began with Book I, Beyond The Sea Of Ice Now the heroic great hunter Torka, his woman Lonit, and his adopted son Karana emerge from a land forbidden to all men, a land where mountains walk and spirits speak Across the fierce glacial tundra Torka leads his people survivors of a horrifying natural disaster to a winter camp where many bands gather to hunt the great mammoth There he and his followers encounter an evil dangerous than the wild lands the magic man called Navahlk, who vows cruel destruction of the bold hunter Torka To survive they must draw upon the courage of one brave boy who will grow to manhood and see with his mind s eye where the sun s light has led them to the dawn of man on the American continent This series is so hard to put down A self contained story it does make sense as part of the larger series, especially tracing the history of human migration on a map The research seems to be there to base this story in evidence.There is a big drawback in my mind though let this serve as a warning to those of you who are survivors I found the description of the violence, abuse and privation caused by humans to be all to graphic Perhaps the author feels this necessary to convince readers, but it surely made me wonder if there A self contained story it does make sense as part of the larger series, especially tracing the history of human migration on a map The research seems to be there to base this story in evidence.There is a big drawback in my mind though let this serve as a warning to those of you who are survivors I found the description of the violence, abuse and privation caused by humans to be all to graphic Perhaps the author feels this necessary to convince readers, but it surely made me wonder if there was a vicarious thrill to writing it In any case, it made me highly uncomfortable, having lived through enough not to need to imagine what is written in this book I rarely skim, but in this case, there were some pages I just skipped.I nearly gave this book one star, but there is too much interesting stuff and surmise to dis it entirely Excellent second book in the First American series This is the further adventures of Torka, Lonit and Karana as they try to survive in the Arctic wilderness Worth a read if you love reading about the pre history of native Americans, though I will warn you that there is a lot of violence. Corridor of StormsBy William SarabandeGood book I definitely recommend this book. Liked it. Enjoyed this, however it remains graphic and harsh and this family endures through persistence and love for each other. Corridor of Storms is the 2nd book in the First Americans series If you haven t read the first book, I highly suggest you go start there, otherwise you ll be a bit lost in this book.Torka and his band 3 women, a boy, and some children have been living in a sheltered valley for about three years However, when one of the women is having a troubled pregnancy, he knows they must leave their valley and search out the gathering of other tribes The boy, Karana, is not at all happy about this excur Corridor of Storms is the 2nd book in the First Americans series If you haven t read the first book, I highly suggest you go start there, otherwise you ll be a bit lost in this book.Torka and his band 3 women, a boy, and some children have been living in a sheltered valley for about three years However, when one of the women is having a troubled pregnancy, he knows they must leave their valley and search out the gathering of other tribes The boy, Karana, is not at all happy about this excursion He remembers the violence of other people and when they reach the gathering, there are some there who like Torka and some that would do anything to see him dead.Torka, for all that he is brave and bold, does not have a lick of good sense Constantly he is warned not to do something, only to do it anyway thinking it is in his women s best interest And since Lonit is normally such a strong character, it is surprising to see her so wimpy and simpering in this book Karana is about the only one with sense, and even he is a little too brash at times Then there s the bad guys, especially Navahk He is pure evil There really is no redeeming goodness in him Which kind of makes it too easy to dislike him and wish the worst on him The best bad guys have an ounce of humanity that can confuse the reader s feelings.And then there s the fact that this plot is almost identical to that of the first book Torka living peacefully and happily in the small band but then wanting to find other people Torka finding other people and life goes all wrong before he finally strikes out on his own again You d think he d have learned after several repeated mistakes This book, like the first, is very violent too And there is a lot of sexual violence in this one So much that it even disturbed me a bit and I m normally pretty unflappable when it comes to reading stuff like that The amount of hate and anger and description can be hard to take at times Consider yourself warned even if you do normally have a strong constitution for stuff like that Aside from the violence, Sarabande is a descriptive writer for everything else That is the redeeming quality of this book He s able to bring the prehistoric world to life.Not as good as the first book but I ll still continue reading the series My hope is that it will bounce back and redeem the characters Two and a half stars for this one though.Corridor of StormsCopyright 1988420 pagesReview by M Reynard 2013More of my reviews can be found at www.ifithaswords.blogspot.com Segundo libro de la serie Los primeros americanos M s interesante y ameno que el primero.Puntuaci n 8 I liked this book that continues the saga of Tork and his band Once again they join up with a band that is traveling to the great gathering When they get there, Karana, Torka s adopted son beomes infatuated with Shondar, the female shaman The stay with the Mamouth hunters become strained as Torka and his people do not kill or eat mamouth as it is thier totem When Navak, an evil magic man shows up, things go from bad to worse Navak hates Torka and he fears and hates Karana who is really his I liked this book that continues the saga of Tork and his band Once again they join up with a band that is traveling to the great gathering When they get there, Karana, Torka s adopted son beomes infatuated with Shondar, the female shaman The stay with the Mamouth hunters become strained as Torka and his people do not kill or eat mamouth as it is thier totem When Navak, an evil magic man shows up, things go from bad to worse Navak hates Torka and he fears and hates Karana who is really his son Karana has the true gift of shamanism and Navak hates him for this Torka and his band are forced to flee and a few others come with them Without telling you the happenings, Torka and his band return with much difficulty to the Corridor of Storms to restart thier life They once again prevail in spite of violence and the hardships of life at that time


About the Author: William Sarabande

William Sarabande is a pseudonym of Joan Lesley Hamilton Cline.


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