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Storm Gathering by Rene Gutteridge is the Prequel to the Splitting Storm. This is the first Rene Gutteridge novel I have read and I really like it. It is full of suspense. I like how she brings in family love and Christian living into the story.

Storm Gathering by Rene Gutteridge is the Prequel to the Splitting Storm. The story opens with Taylor Franks working as an airline ticket counter agent. Near the end of her shift, an airplane is delayed and she is forced to deal with a very rude person.

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3 primary works, 4 total works. This collection bundles all 3 of Rene Gutteridge'. This collection bundles all 3 of Rene Gutteridge. ore. Shelve The Storm Collection: The Splitting Storm, Storm Gathering, Storm Surge.

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The Gathering Storm is the twelfth novel in the Wheel of Time sequence. It was originally thought that it would be under the supertitle A Memory of Light, but is now being marketed as 'Book Twelve'.

The Gathering Storm is the twelfth novel in the Wheel of Time sequence. The Gathering Storm is the first of three novels that make up what was planned as A Memory of Light.

The Gathering Storm читать онлайн. The storm had jumped forward again. And it seemed to have grown darker somehow. I think we ought to listen to them, Renald," Auaine said. The final volume of the Wheel of Time, A Memory of Light, was partially written by Robert Jordan before his untimely passing in 2007. Brandon Sanderson, New York. I'll go fix up what we'll need to bring with us from the house. You can go around back and gather the men. Did they say how long we'll be gone?" "No," he said. They didn't even really say why. Just that we need to go north for the storm. that this is the en. Auaine inhaled sharply. Well, you just get the men ready.

The Gathering Storm is a fantasy novel by American writers Robert Jordan and Brandon Sanderson, the twelfth book in the series The Wheel of Time. It was incomplete when Jordan died on September 16, 2007, from cardiac amyloidosis. His widow Harriet McDougal and his publisher Tom Doherty chose Sanderson to continue the book. Jordan originally intended to finish the series in a single volume titled A Memory of Light.

In this exciting prequel to The Splitting Storm, we meet Mick Kline at a time when his life is spiraling out of control

In this exciting prequel to The Splitting Storm, we meet Mick Kline at a time when his life is spiraling out of control. Mick finds himself accused of the kidnapping of a woman he hardly knows, and he refuses to turn to his estranged brother for help. One fee. Stacks of books.

Storm Gathering is the second in a series that began with Splitting Storm

Storm Gathering is the second in a series that began with Splitting Storm. This book however is a prequel and you know a few things from reading the first novel, mainly that Mick Kline is an FBI agent. However, in this novel, set 10 years earlier, Mick is a royal failure. As a prequel to 'The Splitting Storm' by Rene Gutteridge, 'Storm Gathering' takes us back in Mick's past to before he became a special agent for the FBI. While the prequel was not up to the same level of intensity as Splitting Storm was, it still was an exciting read that is sure to be enjoyed.

In this exciting prequel to The Splitting Storm, we meet Mick Kline at a time when his life is spiraling out of control. Mick finds himself accused of the kidnapping of a woman he hardly knows, and he refuses to turn to his estranged brother for help.

Storm Gathering (The Storm Series #2) epub download

ISBN13: 978-0842387651

ISBN: 084238765X

Author: Rene Gutteridge

Category: Christian Books

Subcategory: Literature & Fiction

Language: English

Publisher: Tyndale House Publishers, Inc. (March 3, 2005)

Pages: 368 pages

ePUB size: 1337 kb

FB2 size: 1186 kb

Rating: 4.5

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DABY
This is the Second of this author's books I have read. Enjoyed them so much.kept me guessing until the end. HE'd to put down.
DABY
This is the Second of this author's books I have read. Enjoyed them so much.kept me guessing until the end. HE'd to put down.
Kirinaya
Good story. Read it all in one day. Couldn't put it down.
Kirinaya
Good story. Read it all in one day. Couldn't put it down.
allegro
This book was a great read! I recommend this author to anyone! I can't wait to read book 3. I know it will be just as good!
allegro
This book was a great read! I recommend this author to anyone! I can't wait to read book 3. I know it will be just as good!
grand star
Mick’s life is out of control, with anger on top of it. Nightly visit to the bar, his looks, easy to pick someone up. Seeing someone else drinking whiskey he approaches. Which leds to a night talking in her apartment. Hours later to find out that she is a missing person, and he is the last one to have seen her. Interesting, that the bothers may fight, yet, Aaron believes in him. Leaving no stone unturned Aaron believing there is more to the story then Taylor just missing.Good flowing plot, as we try to put the pieces together.
grand star
Mick’s life is out of control, with anger on top of it. Nightly visit to the bar, his looks, easy to pick someone up. Seeing someone else drinking whiskey he approaches. Which leds to a night talking in her apartment. Hours later to find out that she is a missing person, and he is the last one to have seen her. Interesting, that the bothers may fight, yet, Aaron believes in him. Leaving no stone unturned Aaron believing there is more to the story then Taylor just missing.Good flowing plot, as we try to put the pieces together.
Flocton
When airline ticket counter attendant Taylor Franks considered the mayhem that would momentarily ensue once the "delayed" sign above her head was activated, she felt sick inside. Anticipating the mad rush of the crowd, the angry responses, the irritated passengers, and the subsequent reassignment nightmare to follow, it was no wonder Taylor hesitated to make the announcement. It wasn't long before her inner misgivings were proven correct.

An angry displaced passenger began berating Taylor for his delayed flight; as the altercation rose, airport police arrived to handcuff the man but not before Taylor faces him off. On this dismal note, Taylor is asked to leave her post --- but what no one knew was that this single standoff would catapult a series of events that would forever change Taylor and those who lay within her path.

Enter perpetually dueling brothers Aaron and Mick Kline. The former is a police officer, a Christian, and the good boy of the pair; the latter is the handsome black sheep and rebellious brother. After a physical battle of both the will and the body, the brothers retreat per usual and go their separate ways, each licking his own particular wounds. What neither realizes is that a single choice will force both of them to face up to their past, their present, and their future as brothers and as men.

Of course, this duo must be battling over something significant --- and that something has a name: Jenny, the now fiancée of Aaron and former girlfriend of Mick. Despite their ongoing terse and tense interactions, both Aaron and Mick understand that it isn't only Jenny who's been the dividing wall between them. It's God --- Aaron's God --- and Mick's resistance to anything pertaining to matters of faith.

With this foundation of exploited emotions and scarred psyches in place, author Rene Gutteridge sets the scene for a tale of suspense and intrigue. She skillfully employs both realistic dialogue and believably sympathetic characters to assist her as she weaves a story about loss of hope --- in God and in people --- and a revisiting of this faith amidst horrific and terrifying circumstances.

Within a carefully constructed framework, Mick and Taylor meet and find some tenuous common bond of suffering between them. After an evening together, Mike awakens in Taylor's apartment only to find Taylor missing. It doesn't take long before the absent Taylor brings about some suspicions and Mick is the obvious suspect. Though this plot isn't necessarily fresh, Gutteridge does a nice job keeping the action moving with interesting twists between the characters. She has readers guessing as to who is responsible for Taylor's disappearance and does a particularly fine job of not giving away too much information...just enough to have readers contemplating what may have occurred.

By bringing in some oddball characters in the guise of an eccentric police officer, a lawyer who has his obvious life issues, and other assorted dysfunctional supporting roles, Gutteridge makes the journey lively and sets the stage for a continued storyline. By the book's close, readers will have their most glaring questions answered and will be awaiting the next installment of the brothers Kline.

--- Reviewed by Michele Howe
Flocton
When airline ticket counter attendant Taylor Franks considered the mayhem that would momentarily ensue once the "delayed" sign above her head was activated, she felt sick inside. Anticipating the mad rush of the crowd, the angry responses, the irritated passengers, and the subsequent reassignment nightmare to follow, it was no wonder Taylor hesitated to make the announcement. It wasn't long before her inner misgivings were proven correct.

An angry displaced passenger began berating Taylor for his delayed flight; as the altercation rose, airport police arrived to handcuff the man but not before Taylor faces him off. On this dismal note, Taylor is asked to leave her post --- but what no one knew was that this single standoff would catapult a series of events that would forever change Taylor and those who lay within her path.

Enter perpetually dueling brothers Aaron and Mick Kline. The former is a police officer, a Christian, and the good boy of the pair; the latter is the handsome black sheep and rebellious brother. After a physical battle of both the will and the body, the brothers retreat per usual and go their separate ways, each licking his own particular wounds. What neither realizes is that a single choice will force both of them to face up to their past, their present, and their future as brothers and as men.

Of course, this duo must be battling over something significant --- and that something has a name: Jenny, the now fiancée of Aaron and former girlfriend of Mick. Despite their ongoing terse and tense interactions, both Aaron and Mick understand that it isn't only Jenny who's been the dividing wall between them. It's God --- Aaron's God --- and Mick's resistance to anything pertaining to matters of faith.

With this foundation of exploited emotions and scarred psyches in place, author Rene Gutteridge sets the scene for a tale of suspense and intrigue. She skillfully employs both realistic dialogue and believably sympathetic characters to assist her as she weaves a story about loss of hope --- in God and in people --- and a revisiting of this faith amidst horrific and terrifying circumstances.

Within a carefully constructed framework, Mick and Taylor meet and find some tenuous common bond of suffering between them. After an evening together, Mike awakens in Taylor's apartment only to find Taylor missing. It doesn't take long before the absent Taylor brings about some suspicions and Mick is the obvious suspect. Though this plot isn't necessarily fresh, Gutteridge does a nice job keeping the action moving with interesting twists between the characters. She has readers guessing as to who is responsible for Taylor's disappearance and does a particularly fine job of not giving away too much information...just enough to have readers contemplating what may have occurred.

By bringing in some oddball characters in the guise of an eccentric police officer, a lawyer who has his obvious life issues, and other assorted dysfunctional supporting roles, Gutteridge makes the journey lively and sets the stage for a continued storyline. By the book's close, readers will have their most glaring questions answered and will be awaiting the next installment of the brothers Kline.

--- Reviewed by Michele Howe
Qwne
Storm Gathering is a great story. It was intense, interesting, and inspiring. I wonder who really killed.... I have a idea but maybe that's for another book. Mick was a little bit of a mess, and his life got stranger than fiction. But I liked how his character growth was realistic and heartfelt.
Qwne
Storm Gathering is a great story. It was intense, interesting, and inspiring. I wonder who really killed.... I have a idea but maybe that's for another book. Mick was a little bit of a mess, and his life got stranger than fiction. But I liked how his character growth was realistic and heartfelt.
Thetalas
Ok, there are 3 books in this series by Rene Gutteridge. The question is, which to read first. I chose the prequel, figured that was a good place to start. I guess no matter where I've started, I have yet to read something by Rene that I didn't love. This was no exception! What makes Rene Gutteridge great is to the effect of this; In one book she can be hilarious, like in the "BOO" books. Those had me rolling in my seat, and literally laughing out loud! And then this was dead serious for the most part, and made quite the mystery, very thrilling throughout the whole thing.

A young lady disappears, and Mick Kline is the prime suspect. But his brother, Aaron, who happens to be on the police force, believes his story. What to do? right? WELL, hey this just really gets interesting. Keep in mind that there may be a few corrupt forces lurking about. This also has a few good chase scenes in it. But it also gives the big picture of who is in charge. You don't see a whole lot of reference to God in this, but to get the message across, it isn't necessary. Another small clue, but not a give away: You don't have to read "The Count of Monte Cristo" to know there will be an unexpected twist or two in this.

This was original in it's own way, yet it reminded me a lot of Ted Dekker's debut, "Heaven's Wager". Mick Kline vaguely reminded me of Kent Anthony, so the ending was a little palpable. But that's ok. Rene Gutteridge offers a window to the soul. She's a witness for Christ, and a vessel that He can use. That's what keeps me coming back!
Thetalas
Ok, there are 3 books in this series by Rene Gutteridge. The question is, which to read first. I chose the prequel, figured that was a good place to start. I guess no matter where I've started, I have yet to read something by Rene that I didn't love. This was no exception! What makes Rene Gutteridge great is to the effect of this; In one book she can be hilarious, like in the "BOO" books. Those had me rolling in my seat, and literally laughing out loud! And then this was dead serious for the most part, and made quite the mystery, very thrilling throughout the whole thing.

A young lady disappears, and Mick Kline is the prime suspect. But his brother, Aaron, who happens to be on the police force, believes his story. What to do? right? WELL, hey this just really gets interesting. Keep in mind that there may be a few corrupt forces lurking about. This also has a few good chase scenes in it. But it also gives the big picture of who is in charge. You don't see a whole lot of reference to God in this, but to get the message across, it isn't necessary. Another small clue, but not a give away: You don't have to read "The Count of Monte Cristo" to know there will be an unexpected twist or two in this.

This was original in it's own way, yet it reminded me a lot of Ted Dekker's debut, "Heaven's Wager". Mick Kline vaguely reminded me of Kent Anthony, so the ending was a little palpable. But that's ok. Rene Gutteridge offers a window to the soul. She's a witness for Christ, and a vessel that He can use. That's what keeps me coming back!