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Storm Front: Storm Force 0.5 [Kindle Edition]

Lissa Bilyk
4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (2 customer reviews)

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Book Description

Tina Storm has never been a normal teenager. She’s a demon hunter with the gift of a lightning vanquish, an inherited power from a long line of Storm demon hunters and researchers.

Blessed with a natural gift for finding and fighting dangerous demons, and keeping the human populace safe and unaware, Tina also struggles with her daily life:

• Keeping an after-school job: check.
• Participation in the school play: check.
• Getting a date with the cute loner boy from art class: check.

All the while, Tina keeps her city safe by fighting a German water demon stalking her boyfriend, facing off with a vampire, and tracking a serial killer murdering her classmates.

STORM FRONT consists of five paranormal urban fantasy short stories that trace Tina’s adventures as she moves to a new town and starts a new school.

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 318 KB
  • Print Length: 40 pages
  • Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Language: English
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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  • Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (2 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #1,115,777 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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3.0 out of 5 stars The Archive of Lost Dreams 26 Feb. 2013
Format:Kindle Edition
I've always loved how short stories are able to make an entire world and then conclude it within such a limited number of pages. (For a really good example, check out some of Ursula K. LeGuin's novellas.) This e-book is barely 40 pages long, and there are four stories to get through, so let's mosey on with the review.

The first story, The Archive of Lost Dreams, was really, really compelling. I really wanted to see more of that world, where dreams are kept and recorded by a mysterious man. Lissa Bilyk's talent for writing really shows here, and I hope one day we see a novel based around this idea. 4/5

Roses Are Red was a little less interesting, though... I know it's only a short story, but basically, in this, a girl falls in love with her guardian angel. The guardian angel has a terrible vision of her future, and asks for her to break up with her abusive boyfriend. And it turns out she's the angel's examiner, and he's passed the test and can become a full guardian angel now. There was a lot of character development in this, but the story seemed to trundle along a bit too quickly and wrapped up a bit hastily. 3/5

Don't Even Peep was a wee bit forgettable for me. I had to reread it just now to remember what it was about... Basically, it's a ghost story, but it really doesn't end very well. Not that it's a tragic ending, because it is, but the ending just wasn't really conclusive and I didn't feel like I had enough time to get to know the characters, even though I really liked the setting and the mystery and the explanation behind it. 2.5/5

Round, Round the Fairy Ring: Hooray, fairy stories that actually follow traditional lore rather than make their fairies like OCs in a Winx Club fanfiction!
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5.0 out of 5 stars Storm in teacup bits 16 May 2014
Format:Kindle Edition|Verified Purchase
A very nice introduction to the Storm family who are Daemon Hunters. Tina, though still at school, is fully involved in the family business of hunting. In this short story we get a glimpse of a well developed character with nicely crafted stories. The next book is on my wish list and will certainly join my book collection.
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2.0 out of 5 stars Has potential, but needs much development 11 Feb. 2012
By J Doe - Published on
Format:Kindle Edition
This review is based on the five short stories that involve the character of Tina Storm, which are available for free on Smash words. I did not read the additional short stories contained in the second part of the book, the "novella"--technically, an anthology, not a novella--called "An Archive of Lost Dreams" (nor would I have).

I thought that the plot of some of the stories had potential, as did the character of Tina Storm. However, the writing was pretty weak, and I thought it was marked by some amateur mistakes:

1. Lack of world-building: Some information is contained in an info-dump at the beginning of the second story, but it is a bit unbelievable. For example, everyone with the surname Storm is either a demon-hunter or serves to help the demon-hunters. And yet, we never get the bigger picture about what demons are, where they come from, do normal people know about them, etc. The Storms are just "demon-hunters", and they go after the demon of the week in each story. The conceptualization of this world feels incomplete.

2. Lack of setting description: There's very little description of the places--the city, Tina's school, Tina's house, a Chinese supermarket, etc. I didn't get any kind of picture of the world that Tina lived in. People are described briefly, but not much beyond that.

3. Finally--and this is one of my pet peeves, so I'm more likely that not to notice it--is that dialogue tags other than "said" are used quite a bit.

I was also confused about Tina's age/school. The second story supposedly takes place during her first year in college, yet there are references to a car "speeding in a school zone", the school auditorium, the school's yearly musical, "art class" (just that generic), etc. which all seem more like references to high school than college. Tina also notices when a new boy enrolls in school. Again, this sounds more like high school than a college of any size. Later, Tina's age is mentioned as 17. So is she in college or high school?

I think that these stories have potential, but they need to be developed more into a complete depiction of the world and characters.
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3.0 out of 5 stars Some what disjointed 10 Mar. 2012
By Amazon Customer - Published on
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It was a good idea for a book, teenaged demon hunter from a demon hunting family. It could have been fleshed out more. It was very disjointed and just didn't have the flow to it that would have made this a better book. It starts out with a kinda boyfriend telling the story and suddenly it's all her point of view. It didn't add anything to have his side of the story and it was never tied back in as to why we have his side of the story.

Storm Front actually only take up about half of the book and the rest is another story. This is a intro to a series coming out this year. I am willing to give the first book a chance if its cheap enough. I got this when it was free as I do most of my books. I am not giving it 3 stars cause it was free but because there were chapters in the story that really got my attention and held it. But not every chapter was good. It needs some work but I would be willing to buy the next one just to see if it all comes back together.
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