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Song of the Storm (Stone Trilogy Book 3) by [Kobras, Mariam]
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Book 3 of 3 in Stone Trilogy (3 Book Series)

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 871 KB
  • Print Length: 304 pages
  • Publisher: Buddhapuss Ink LLC (15 July 2013)
  • Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00DYKH2G8
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  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars 3 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #439,322 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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I've had a busy few weeks and I eventually managed to open Song of the Storm this Sunday. I read 10% that day and then the whole other 90% today - the wait in between was very frustrating so I made sure I had plenty of time to keep reading. What a brilliant book - yet another example of Mariam's wonderful writing talent. I really feel like I know these characters so well - they're my friends and I'm off to Italy with them soon (I wish!) As Mariam introduces new characters or opens up an old character - it is never an intrusion - it's always a pleasure to get to know them. The way she writes about 9/11 and the effects on the characters is so moving and so real. The desperation of family and friends waiting for news of loved ones was tangible and I was turning the pages as quickly as I could to ease my own mind. I'm always taken by surprise when I reach the end of Mariam's books - I just don't want them to end. I want MORE. You know how 'the girl with the red shoes' couldn't stop dancing ...? Well what if we got Mariam a 'red pen' - bit drastic I know BUT we could make sure the spell faded away at evenings and weekends ... just a thought.

SO ... Song of the Storm - I bought it, I read it and I LOVED it ... and now you should go and do exactly the same xxx
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I have been looking forward for so long to this 3rd and final book of this trilogy (you really need to read all 3) but I have to say it took me a long time to read it, not because it's not good but because I knew what was about to happen after the first mention of the towers,I just knew,Mariam you are a fantastic writer and I love these characters,but I couldn't bring myself to read the end for fear of the outcome,obviously I did read to the end and heaved the biggest sigh ever,I know they are not real but for some it was very real and it felt quite sad, then we got the boost we needed and all was ok,you wrote in a very respectful and loving way we are so lucky to have you doing what you do best.Thank you.I have tried not to give too much of the story line away but mentioned spoiler in my title.
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This final book is as good as the first two books. The Distant Shore and Under the Same sun. The quality of the written word is like prose, it flows with a beauty that you never want the story to end. A journey through two peoples lives. Throughout the entire series the love Naomi and Jon share shines through. I really recommend that you take the step and enjoy these three magnificent books. Thank you, Mariam Kobras for giving the reader something very special to remember.
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5.0 out of 5 stars poignant and deep 23 July 2013
By Rose Robbins - Published on Amazon.com
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First, I am so glad that we can finally deal with Sal and his obsession! Golly, that was tough. Trying not to give any spoilers, but I adored Sal, almost more than the main characters, so I was very thankful to see his troubles resolved, or at least resolving.
Next, as soon as the New York skyline was mentioned early on in the book, I knew what was going to happen, and that knowledge built tension in me, as a reader, throughout the whole story. By the time I hit September, my heart was racing and I was already about to cry, and I honestly sobbed when it all went down. But nothing was overplayed or felt like exploitation in any way. It felt very real, the characters reactions and responses felt real, and it was handled in a way that was true to life, but also true to what we already know about the characters and their idiosyncrasies.
Also, it was lovely to see the characters mellowing just a little, as humans who work on themselves will eventually do. Sometimes, characters in a series don't ever grow and evolve, and eventually that becomes annoying, because real people do change. Kobras allows her characters to grow in a way that feels intrinsic to the story and organic to the character him/herself.

On a personal note: when Naomi realizes that, although they have a large house, she and Jon always end up spending the bulk of their time together in a certain room, that gave me a wonderful idea for a way I want my life with my husband to change. He agrees with me, and we are working on effecting that change very happily, so thanks for that. :)
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Song of the Storm (Stone Trilogy Book3) 8 Aug. 2015
By Nana - Published on Amazon.com
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The ending of this series has brought forth many emotions. There is sadness, happiness, tragic loss of the people who died on Sept. 11th 2001. I was setting in my office watching everything unfold on my computer screen. The horror that the police, firefighters, EMT's, doctor's, nurses and the people who were there, are imbedded in my memories. As a nation of people who try to give help to other countries, it astounds me how hated Americans are in the world. It is like the dog that bites the hand that feeds him. The story of Jon and Naomi is over and the author has given her fans a great life lesson. Cherish the ones you love with all your heart.
4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Great read 30 Mar. 2014
By B4tunee - Published on Amazon.com
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This book was the beginning of a series I could not put down until I finished the last book. At all times I was impressed with the main male character but was sometimes so put out with the main femail character that I wanted to shout grow up and be an adult. Funny feeling I know but was I hooked until the end. A new author for me and one I will look for in the future. Give the first book a try and see if it hooks you as it did me for the whole series.
6 of 6 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Dangerous ground, well-handled 4 July 2013
By Delores M. Hipps - Published on Amazon.com
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I was lucky enough to get to read this book early, and it will not disappoint those who love Kobras' earlier books. It might even be my favorite because of the risk the author takes, in telling the story of the 9/11 tragedy through the eyes of a non-American (both the author and some characters). I think she handles the subject matter well, while weaving yet another well-written tale of love and fame. Her first two books have won awards, and I expect this one will too. A lovely, thoughtful read.
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5.0 out of 5 stars A trilogy's song! 7 Nov. 2013
By Karilea Jungel - Published on Amazon.com
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After reading all three of the books in this series, the key characters Jon and Naomi left a wonderful gift in my heart. I also enjoyed the way the author didn't leave Sal out there, hanging onto lost love. Very clever. However, from the time they moved to Manhattan, I knew that [for whatever reason] the author would bring 9-1-01 into the mix. No, I did not read ahead. It has always been a point with me both in movies and novels to think ahead to where the writer is going. But I do know, through other websites over the years, how our outlying friends in the world saw this particular crisis. Ms. Kobras did an excellent job of having both countryman and visa carrying folk take on their options for saving family, and their resultant feelings about staying, and escape.

I believe one of the prospects I enjoyed most about this entire trilogy was that throughout it all, Ms. Kobras kept true to the characters' natures. Both were headstrong in their ways, and loving one another was their only flaw, to their true delight. The interaction between parental figures, and subsequent knowledge of their own mortality, also took shape and form, still keeping intact the delight of their true spirit and dreams.

Thank you, Ms. Kobras, for introducing me to your characters - all of them. I have one question. In my mind, I believe I know who you based your protagonist, Jon, upon. Do you wish to share that with us? If not, I will keep my vision of your Jon in my mind as I see him. Thank you again.
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