The Ninth Wind (2020)

The Ninth Wind Moses Siregar III David Farland The Ninth Wind In THE NINTH WIND Moses Siregar takes readers to a fascinating new world where politics magic and adventure mingle in exciting and profound ways If you like fantasy you ll love this NYT Bestseller
  • Title: The Ninth Wind
  • Author: Moses Siregar III David Farland
  • ISBN: -
  • Page: 315
  • Format: Kindle Edition
The Ninth Wind Moses Siregar III David Farland In THE NINTH WIND, Moses Siregar takes readers to a fascinating new world where politics, magic, and adventure mingle in exciting and profound ways If you like fantasy, you ll love this NYT Bestseller David Farland THE NINTH WIND SPEAKS FOR THE DEAD The Ancestors whisper of rebellion, their breath a cold blue wind in the forests and hills of Andars The Rezzian occ In THE NINTH WIND, Moses Siregar takes readers to a fascinating new world where politics, magic, and adventure mingle in exciting and profound ways If you like fantasy, you ll love this NYT Bestseller David Farland THE NINTH WIND SPEAKS FOR THE DEAD The Ancestors whisper of rebellion, their breath a cold blue wind in the forests and hills of Andars The Rezzian occupation lingers, dragging the folk of the hills through bitterness and despair Three siblings stand ready to challenge the Kingdom of Rezzia Their fates have long been seen by the primordial Orns one by Angst, one by Fidelity, one by Wrath Idonea searches the dark wood to master the magic of the three sacred trees Skye pursues omens to lead his shield brothers to victory over Rezzia s legions As armies battle for control of the Andaran hills, Dag calls out so that he may become as impenetrable as Altrea, allowing nothing to bend him, or turn him, or break him, so that he may stand and defend his kin The ten gods of Rezzia and their lions stand in his way The Ninth Wind is the long awaited return to Moses Siregar III s award winning epic fantasy series, Splendor and Ruin Drawing on Norse, Greek, and Indian mythologies, the Ninth Wind is a tale of betrayal and retribution, of gods and sages and witches, of fearless journeys and magical awakenings It is a tale of honor, devotion, and valor An adult tale of the children of wind and wood ________ I ve been lucky enough to get my hands on an early copy of The Ninth Wind by Moses Siregar, a terrific Indy writer who I think is going to blow up big when this comes out A top tier epic fantasy from him Jonathan Wood, author of NO HERO
The Ninth Wind Moses Siregar III David Farland

  • BEST PDF "Ñ The Ninth Wind" || READ (MOBI) ↠
    315 Moses Siregar III David Farland
  • thumbnail Title: BEST PDF "Ñ The Ninth Wind" || READ (MOBI) ↠
    Posted by:Moses Siregar III David Farland
    Published :2020-04-24T17:35:29+00:00

One thought on “The Ninth Wind

  1. Timothy Ward

    9 Top Ten Reads of 2015 at timothycwardThe Ninth Wind by Moses Siregar III is the first book in his new trilogy, Splendor and Ruin His first novel, The Black God s War, is a prelude set in the same world, but isn t required reading before starting with The Ninth Wind Disclaimer Moses is a dear friend I don t often mention that in reviews since I love so many of you authors, but someone asked if I could review him without bias because of our friendship Let me take this moment to share that all of [...]

  2. Kenny Soward

    NO MAJOR SPOILERS Very happy to give this book a solid 4 stars A little long, but charged with great world building and philosophical weaving that will make an impression on you for days after you are done.As some other reviewers noted, it s quite apparent the author has spent a great deal of time building this rich world The Andars, a place of forests, mountains, and magic, where various types of trees are conduits to specific powers The relationship of the volwa a kind of witch to the woods an [...]

  3. Katrina

    This book can best be described as a labour of love You feel it, reading it A lot of time, thought and emotion has gone into it The characters and cultures are diverse, complex and well presented, the language lyrical.There is a lot of philosophical discourse in this book, musings on fate, the will of the gods, human choice and responsibilities, all of which makes the book a pleasure to read, but not one that a reader can whizz through It is best savoured slowly, with thought given to the dilemm [...]

  4. Jason Heartisan

    This book is a gem If you enjoy fantasy adventure, it will satisfy your craving and provide than you can dream of The characters are wonderfully developed with perspectives from all angles of the arena What I love the most about this book is that there is no two dimensional good against evil, but of the real life grey area which shows everyone just trying to do his her best from his her perspective of life and the world I eagerly await book two in the series.

  5. Jaylong

    Originally posted on I really digged this book The plot, world building and characters were all solid and original Mose Siregar has really come into his own since releasing the prelude to this book, The Black God s War way back when, and it comes across in this book She reads smooth and easy.The plot revolves around 3 siblings, whose lives are destroyed by a callus and oppressive neighboring Empire Skye, Dag and Idonea are forced to rely on each other in their quest for absolution It s the relat [...]

  6. Matteo

    I enjoyed the prequel The Black God s War and I am very happy to say that The Ninth Wind is even better, really amazing.It has all the elements I like in epic and it is wonderfully written as well.We have a clash of nations and different cultures set in a rich world, which is not the usual medieval setting of many fantasy series.Here we have something of ancient Greece with its polytheism, some ancient Asia with no gods but sages which seem to me a mix of Buddhism and Shaolin, and something clos [...]

  7. Ava Read

    A Wonderful ReadI was blown away by the first book The Black God s War and this follow up did not disappoint.Moses Siregar has shown himself to be a master at world creation with his original medieval fantasy setting, a world influenced heavily by religious views and deities constructed from Nordic, Pantheonic, African and Middle Eastern legends In this world the author spins an action packed, fast paced and emotionally charged story of the terrible price paid when we battle for supremacy of our [...]

  8. A.F. Grappin

    I formed a love hate relationship with The Ninth Wind pretty early on I adore Siregar s world from my reading of The Black God s War It s so refreshingly different from the bulk of fantasy that I ve read, but there are still hints of cultures from our world that I enjoy finding Some of the characters from TBGW are in this book, although in secondary or even tertiary roles, and they re still themselves, although changed by the events of the previous books My favorite character from TBGW is still [...]

  9. David

    The Ninth Wind is a rich tapestry of conflict between nations A small group set out on a journey to try and stave off an attack on their land, Andars, and also to find out the fate of a beloved father The group is led by siblings Skye, Dag and Idonea a witch who harnesses the magic of sacred trees Their journey leads them into peril and promises and revelations and finally to a confrontation that takes everyone by surprise.This is a wonderfully written story, full of great characters, that s tol [...]

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *