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The most dangerous women in the world dare the most dangerous place in the world.

The Shingora, a place known and dreaded by all, the name driving those who hear it to mutter prayers and make signs for protection. None who have gone to that island ever came back… until now.

The trade guilds sent an expedition there, hoping to find a wellspring of natural resourc
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Published May 8th 2018
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Dec 31, 2018 rated it really liked it
In this third installment of the “Sisters of the Storm” series, an expedition to the deadly island of Shingora has returned, or rather, a single survivor has been recovered… a man driven so mad by what he has seen that he no longer wishes to survive. Not good. The trade guild interviews and hires a team to lead a new expedition and see if there are any survivors, testing out their powers in the process. The main female characters immediately grew on me. Alina and Bazha were hard-core heroines wi ...more
Nico Genes
Mar 02, 2019 rated it it was amazing
A great read, with fantastic and tensed fight scenes.

Though listed as book 3 of the series Sisters of the Storm, this is a stand-alone novel. Packed with a great adventure, an almost impossible goal to achieve, a team of warriors, sorcerers, physicists, and a great dose of magic, this book is a ‘hell’ of a ride. The best people were carefully selected for a mission to the island Shingora, named also 'The eight hell' as no one ever returned alive from there. The offered payment was impressive as the
Joshua Landeros
Jul 08, 2018 rated it really liked it
At last, the third book in the Sisters of the Storm series is here! Once again, I’m in love with the cover! Absolutely awesome and sums up the feel of the book. This latest installment reunites us with Aleena Kurrin and Baezha Ambrose, the bad-ass women who are as beautiful as they are deadly. This time they face the titular “eighth hell”, the island of Shingora. The land is filled with creatures who want to murder them and a cast of new characters (and a few old), leading to a rip tide of actio ...more
Arisawe Hampton
Jul 15, 2018 rated it it was amazing
The Eighth Hell of Shingora is brazenly haunting:

A dark cross-genre that has many notable features that lead to perturbation- in the best way. Dare I say, it’s good to be a woman?! One can be glad that such a world doesn’t exist in reality. But for the existentialist, its schemas bring one into the right level of deviation and wonder.
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Making Connections: 5553. The Eighth Hell by Guy Estes 4 27 Oct 28, 2019 05:34PM  

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Guy Estes was born in Huntsville, Alabama in 1970 and grew up on his family's ancestral sugar plantation in New Iberia, Louisiana, where he currently resides with his wife and three children. His children are the seventh generation of his family to grow up on the place, which was occupied by Union troops during the Civil War. He has a bachelor's degree in social studies education and a master's de ...more