Song of The Storm Eagles
book one in the Storm Eagle Series
"I quite enjoyed this book. The characters were well developed, the action was exciting, and some unexpected twists kept me on my toes. I especially liked the different cultures in the story and the different ways they were portrayed."
"My son is 12 years old and really loved this book! He reads Jerry Jenkins and Chuck Black and feels this book rates right up there with the others! He says there was a lot of action and was very interesting. He is an avid reader too."
"This story is very exciting and well written. It captures your imagination and takes you to a world full of surprises and intrigue. Although the story is perfect for the tween/teen reader, any adult that enjoys fantasy fiction will be captivated and pleased with this book. I highly recommend it. You will enjoy it!"
After the assassination of his father the King of Yensenti, Bern must flee for his own life. Using the Pipes of the Guardians, Bern calls the storm eagles to assist him. A storm eagle removes him from the threat of his enemies, but it also flies him through the Portals--the two black towers of the Guardians. Emerging from the Portals in the midst of a violent storm, Bern rescues Kate the princess of Llodyn from drowning but in doing so loses the pipes and is abandoned by the storm eagle. Bern finds he has been stranded fifty-two years in the future, in a foreign land, with no apparent way home. Through the foresight of his own mother and the help of friends old and new, Bern acquires pipes for calling the storm eagles. He also learns the truth of his father's assassination and the grim fate of his country. Armed with this knowledge and with the pipes, Bern plans his return home hoping to set history right and save his country from brutal conquest. But the inquisitive, scheming Kate complicates his plans when her interference causes the storm eagles to take her, along with Bern, back through the portals -- back fifty-two years to Bern's time and country. Both Bern and Kate learn that the flights of the storm eagles are not without purpose, and Kate has an integral part to play in stopping the annihilation of Bern's people.