Rain by E. J. WenstromRain by E. J. Wenstrom


byE. J. Wenstrom

Paperback | March 1, 2017

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After Nia’s father dies from a mysterious illness that even the gods’ First Creatures cannot stop, she grows in isolation amidst the fear and suspicion from her village. So when an impulsive moment leads to a passionate romance with an angel, Nia will stop at nothing to keep them together, even defy direct orders from the gods themselves.

Meanwhile, the middle realm of Terath begins to show cracks. Both First Creatures and men grow angrier at the gods’ disinterest, and everything the gods put in Order begins to unravel. When Nia’s angel steals magic from one of the gods to enchant her parting gift, it causes a rift that triggers a downward spiral.

This novella is a Chronicles of the Third Realm War prequel. See details at www.ejwenstrom.com.

Title:RainFormat:PaperbackDimensions:150 pages, 8.5 × 5.5 × 0.35 inPublished:March 1, 2017Publisher:City Owl PressLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:194472818X

ISBN - 13:9781944728182


Editorial Reviews

“Wenstrom’s debut is the catalyst for a planned series of fantasy war tales, kicked off with this thoroughly expanded retelling of the Orpheus myth...the clever use of weathered fantasy tropes and occasionally lovely turns of phrase will propel readers into book two.”- Publishers Weekly “MUD, I loved this book!! So unique so engaging, a Keeper and must read!!”- Nelsonville Public Library, Heather Bennett “I really like books about uncommon supernatural creatures, so, when I saw MUD had a golem as the protagonist, I jumped at the chance to read it. A well-written and enjoyable read.”- Metaphors and Moonlight, Kristen Burns “There's something primal in Mud. It's a reverent, mythical story of supernatural beings who justify desperate measures in their quest to feel complete. They struggle with emotions we all understand, even as they challenge the very rules that govern all of creation.”- Fantasy Author, Robert Wiesehan