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Blood Storm (Lharmell #2)

4.29 of 5 stars 4.29  ·  rating details  ·  340 ratings  ·  57 reviews
The rain wanted to be ocean; the ice in the mountain caps wanted freedom. I never knew that water held such longing. The clouds above my head rumbled like a growling wolf, impatient to release their burden. I held the rain there a moment longer. I turned to Renata, heard her gasp and knew my eyes glowed blue.

I spoke a single word. 'Rain.'

In the Second Book of Lharmell, Zer
Paperback, 364 pages
Published August 1st 2012 by Random House Australia
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Last year, I fell in love with Rhiannon Hart's debut, Blood Song. Guys, she was only warming up. Rhiannon Hart completely bypasses the dreaded curse of the second book in a series to deliver a completely addictive, twisty, dangerous and (more than) satisfying sequel. Where Blood Song introduced us to the world of Lharmell, Zeraphina and Rodden, Blood Storm takes us way deeper into their world.

A list of so many things I loved about Blood Storm:

That it is easy to read*. I struggle with high fanta
Sep 19, 2014 Trinity rated it 5 of 5 stars
Recommended to Trinity by: Nomes
4.5 stars

Got me right in the feels.
Rachel (The Rest Is Still Unwritten)
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A storm is approaching and Zeraphina and Rodden know why. The death of the Lharmellin leader caused a disturbance in Lharmell, sparking an uproar that could not be ignored. After a string of murders are made known to them, our duo set out to discover what the Lharmellins are up to and who leads them in their quest to infiltrate and take over Amentia. While on this journey, Zeraphina and Rodden cross the lands, the deserts, and seas in search for components of a weapon that are lethal to the Lhar ...more

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Wow, I almost don't even know what to say. I'm just really impressed and shocked right now. I loved the first novel in the series Blood Song, but man... Blood Storm definitely topped it! Everything I hoped to find in this sequel was there and a whole lot more. It was all freaking awesome, and much praise to the author for writing such a fantastic and mesmerizing read!

Blood Storm begins five months where Blood Song left off. Zeraphina and Rodden
Aug 18, 2012 Brodie rated it 4 of 5 stars
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Given the trouble Zeraphina and Rodden caused in Lharmell at the end of Blood Song, it's no surprise to say things are changing in Blood Storm. But in a much subtle, devious, what-is-going-on kind of way. The weather has been far better in Armentia, for starters, and when the weather shifts, dear readers, you ought to be alarmed. Suspicious murders are on the rise, and Rodden's hackles are raised. Determined to find out what the Harmings are up to and who the new Lharmellin leader is, our deligh ...more
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Striking and stunning! I adored Blood Song's cover but I LOVE Blood Storm's cover. The blue background and the clouds really appeal to me and I love the girl's dress too!


A bloody storm is heading towards Zeraphina...

If you remember reading my review of Blood Song, then you'll know how much I loved it. Besides the fact that it's an Aussie novel which meant that of course I had to read it, the world Rhiannon Hart has
***If you’ve not read Blood Song (Book #1) by Rhiannon Hart, there be spoilers ahead. Argh!


Such was my reaction upon finishing Blood Storm at 3:30am one morning not long ago. My sleeping husband snuffled indignantly at my outburst as he rolled over in bed beside me, reminding me that “Oh right, it is an ungodly hour of the morning, so I might want to keep my screaming to a minimum.”

So instead, I silently vented my disbelief at my bedroom ceiling (who wasn’t emp
Yay! Adventure in the world and exploration of the characters psyches, my favourite combination! I found myself totally absorbed into the story and enjoyed it even more than the first book. Thank you Rhiannon Hart.
Wow! This is one of those book that I finish....and then sob because I have to wait now until the third book comes out. It has been a few hours now since I have finished it and I so I have calmed down and can talk about it. This book was fantastic, everything that I wanted and more. Zeraphina is still amazing and in this book (book 2) she seemed slightly more vulnerable yet still being so brave and courageous. Rodden was still Rodden (swoon!) and I was glad to find out more about him and his pas ...more
That ending! That ending! Oh my heart!!

Blood Storm is the amazing sequel to Blood Song. Blood Song was the introduction to Zeraphina and her world (and Rodden- can't forget Rodden) but the action really begins in Blood Storm. I found myself much more emotionally involved in this novel and the last 1/4 had me frantically turning the pages. To say I'm feeling desperate for the next book is an understatement. Im still in shock over Blood Storm's ending. Loved this book!
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Sep 20, 2012 Alice rated it 5 of 5 stars
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OMFG why oh why did you end the book like that????? now we have to wait til next year to find out what happens. i flatly refuse to think of that person being dead, i just DO NOT believe it!!!!!!!

Amazing book, even better than the first :)
I liked the change of pace in this book. I didn't,like the ending but I can live with it. And of course I devoured it like the first book. Book 3 seems a long way away!
I can't wait for this book to come out. I loved Blood Song so very much.
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Last year I read and enjoyed the first in the series Blood Song so I was more than happy when I got my grubby little paws on book two. Where ‘Blood Song’ is about Zeraphina and the start of the adventure, BLOOD STORM is all about Rodden and his mysterious past; it also continues the adventure, for their work is not done. Rodden is a man with a past; he is brooding and inscrutable, a private man who is not willing to open up about private stuff and certainly doesn’t want to share what he is up to ...more
Amanda Croley
FINALLY!! I have waited months to find this book! It was definitely worth the wait. I couldn't put it down, and read it all in one sitting.
Zeraphina & Rodden are back from killing the leader of the Lharmell. They are hoping that if they didn't stop them completely, they have at least bought themselves some time. During her stay there Zeraphina is learning many useful skills for their eventual run-in with the Harmings. Lharmellen drink blood and live in what was once a volcano. The humans th
4.5 stars

I was stoked to find another fantasy series to add to my keeper bookshelf after devouring Blood Song. Now Rhiannon Hart continues the fantasy adventure with Blood Storm and it's another effortless read chock full of quest-like danger and excitement, romantic tension, and wicked creatures in a unique world.

Don't worry I'm keeping this spoiler free but I'm pretty sure fantasy lovers and YA fans will adore this addictive series. If you missed the first book (and awesome debut) or need fur
Dark Matter
Blood Storm by Rhiannon Hart is a YA paranormal romance starring Zeraphina, a princess whose older sister married the crown prince of another country, and Rodden, a commoner who rose to a position of power very young. Both Zeraphina and Rodden have been infected with the blood of Lharmellians, the precursor to turning them into Harmings (human vampires). As Zeraphina and Rodden struggle with side effects and struggle to remain human, retaining their will, they are intent on opposing Lharmellians ...more
Five months after Blood Song finished, Zeraphina is still in Pergamia and has been extremely busy. Training with her trusty bow and arrow – as well as her drain cat, Leap and loyal eagle, Griffin – Rodden has been trying to get Zeraphina prepared for fighting the Lharmellians. With her seventeenth birthday approaching, there’s more to worry about than just the Harmings – her mother, Renata, is finding potential Princes who would be willing to marry the somewhat wayward princess. Trying to fight ...more
Tracey Jago
WOW! Such a mesmerizing read. Rhiannon Hart has written yet another enticing read.

This series just keeps on getting better. Stephanie Meyer had better watch out, this is by far a more enthralling read than Twilight.

There is so much darkness throughout the book but the romance that is stirring between Princess Zeraphina and Rodden really makes for a juicy read.

Zeraphina becomes more than just a princess, she does things a respectable royal would not, she goes travelling the countryside alone wit
Nicki Markus
I couldn't wait to get my hands on a copy of this second book in the Lharmell series, having loved the first book.

It was continually listed as unavailable on Book Depository, was absent from all the bookstores in town, but then I finally found it for a reasonable price on the Angus and Robertson website, so I ordered it straight away.

I enjoyed the way the story picked up straight away, but Hart included the odd snippet of information to remind us of what had happened before without launching int
Sarah (Head Stuck In A Book)
Why it has taken me so long to read this series is definitely beyond me, it's full of adventure, humour and a great sizzling tension between out heroine and hero, Zeraphina and Rodden.
The first book Blood Song was so good and this one was as good as the first, but with a killer ending that left me jaw-droppingly speechless and desperately needing and wanting the third book to read, unfortunately it won't be released till next year.
It's been five months since the end of the last book, Zeraphina h
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My other obligations and priorities took a backseat while reading this book. This book was so much fun and nerve-wracking, in a positive sense. The Bond between Zeraphina and someone ( clears throat, I won't spoil ) her friend in this book was so engaging. The adventure and suspense are evr-present factors- no boring bits - and some very realistic 'crush' feelings were had... if not by Zeraphina, then by me lol. The ending came way too soon. And then I read the intro to 'Blood Phantom'.
What can I say about this one?
Well for starters they could have been together from the start, that would have made my day.
Also, I would have loved if she would just get what she wanted in the beginning and not her mother pestering her in doing things that Zeraphina didn't want to do.
You should read it, it's awesome!!!
Oct 26, 2013 ❤Rosa❤ rated it 5 of 5 stars
Recommends it for: EVERYONE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Loved this book SO much!
This was a great second book, possibly even better than the first one. It's more exciting and the mystery is much deeper.
Finally got to find out a bit more about all the characters... especially Rodden, who I just couldn't figure out in the first book. The reason he is so broody is well explained as in this book we see into his tragic past D:! AND Zeraphina just kept on being her awesome, strong-willed and fiery heroine self.
There HAS to be sequel because the ending...
Even better than the first one.
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Rhiannon Hart remembers writing before she could read, puzzling over the strange squiggles in Jeremiah and the Dark Woods by Janet and Alan Ahlberg and putting her own words in their places. Her first love was Jareth the Goblin King at the tender age of eight. She wrote fan fiction in high school but she'd never admit to it out loud, so don't ask. When she's not reading or writing she is belly dan ...more
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Lharmell (3 books)
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  • Blood Queen (Lharmell, #3)
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“To be wounded or die at the hands of one who is meant to love you. Is there a more miserable thing in the world?” 4 likes
“You're doing well, you know," Rodden said.
I snorted. He'd not even broken a sweat and I was about to become the first girl to drown on dry land.”
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