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Four Winds - One Storm: The Bone Brick City

4.38  ·  Rating details ·  21 ratings  ·  7 reviews
Every city has its dangers. But in the city of Embrenil, the thieves steal eyesight as well as coin. No one knows why its citizens are being mystically blinded. Is it merely a way to make victims easier to rob? Or are these blindings part of a greater conspiracy? With no leads and options limited, the Embrenil Civic Police enlist the aid of four supernatural individuals to ...more
Paperback, 374 pages
Published September 29th 2012 by Createspace Independent Publishing Platform (first published September 11th 2012)
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Dec 22, 2018 rated it it was amazing
This was a really great first book in a series!Thrown together in a town after a murder,four 'people' come together as a team to track down who is blinding people.They become ao much more. Steve Vito was a wonderful narrator.I was given this book by the narrator,author or publisher free for an honest review.
Kater Cheek
Nov 07, 2014 rated it liked it
I got this book as an ARC from the author, who found me on goodreads. He warned me that the copy I was going to get was not formatted well, so I'll assume that if you buy this book the weird margins and tabs and whatnot will be fixed.

This book is hard to describe. My best effort is that it's kind of like a wild western mystery, but it's crazy Akira-like fantasy, and the post-apocalyptic fantasy elements are so out there that it almost feels like hard sf. There's only one human in the book, that
Feb 05, 2013 rated it it was amazing
I bought this book since the author was a personal friend of mine. I was surprised to find it so good. The characters are all very well developed and the four main characters were all unique and able to use their own special talents to help the team as a whole. The world is a new one that Aaron created from his own head, which he was able to developed without leaving the reader lost and confused nor with excessive exposition. I can't wait for the next installment in the series.
Phill Layman
Oct 10, 2015 rated it it was amazing
For Fans of Wild, Wild West and Conan the Barbarian!!
The Four Winds universe is a mix of steampunk and low fantasy, mixed with murder mystery and an elegant turn of phrase sadly lacking in modern fantasy. Not to mention the four most compelling characters coming together since Stan Lee wrote the Fantastic Four. I hope Aaron writes 20 or 30 more novels with the Four Winds. It's just that good!
Mar 05, 2019 rated it it was amazing
I really loved the narrator Steve Vito, his range of voices is amazing and I know who is who without having to be told. So much easier to just listen when you know that. Also he does the female characters really naturally and well.

I can't tell you how much I enjoyed the story. I wasn't sure what to expect when I chose it but the blurb sounded interesting. It vastly exceeded my expectations. I loved all the twists and turns and finding out about the characters and watching them build their relat
Nov 13, 2018 rated it liked it
Four Winds-One Storm is one of the most unique books that I have ever read. Imagine a fantasy in a western setting. Now add in that almost every character comes from one of the diverse humanoid races with their own special abilities and history. The world is vivid and the characters are extremely individualizes and relatable. That whole story leaves you with the impression that the author hated tropes so vehemently that he would avoid anything that was even related to one. The only down side is ...more
Mindy Houston
Mar 24, 2016 rated it really liked it
This was a fun read. The author feints the ending twice before bringing it to a satisfying close and hinting at the next novel in the saga of Four Winds One Storm. The style is SF/F with a western flair, and learning about this new world and its inhabitants is quite enjoyable. My complaints are that sometimes trying to figure out the language is a chore, there are a few places where the language/emotion doesn't fit the scene, sometimes the formatting is weird and there's some homonym errors, and ...more
Aaron Hollingsworth
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Aaron Hollingsworth is the author of the Four Winds-One Storm saga, the Steel Tales series, a few odd novellas, and numerous tabletop RPG supplements. He is a sloppy-yet-enthusiastic martial artist, a rhythmically-challenged songwriter, and a spewer of odd facts at social gatherings. His stories usually involve sword fights, unorthodox usage of magic, fast-moving plots, archaic adjectives, romance ...more

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