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Eye Of The Storm

(The Storm Cycle #1)

4.31  ·  Rating details ·  16 ratings  ·  7 reviews
A post-apocalyptic world with no laws, no safety, and no hope.

Welcome to the world of the Storm, where the only way out is through.

"...inventive and intriguing..." - BookViral

It All Began With The Sound Of Thunder. A Thunder That Came In The Night. A Thunder That Changed The World.

In a post-apocalyptic future, the only thing left is the Storm. It destroyed humanity,
Kindle Edition, 3, 266 pages
Published 2017 by Stormwalker Media
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Stephen Willis
Apr 03, 2018 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Wow I really enjoyed this book!

I thoroughly enjoyed this story. The characters were believable, the story kept me hooked and I even loved to hate the bad guys (well, most of them). Everything that a sci-fi adventure needed. A headstrong but flawed set of main characters, none of whom are perfect, fighting against unbelievable odds and mystery to try and save themselves and their people. Plenty of action, romance and sad but necessary casualties along the way.

Maze Runner meets Mad Max perhaps?
Adrienne Lewis
Aug 29, 2017 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
I recently read Eye of the Storm, by R.K. King, and I was pleasantly surprised to find a new viewpoint on the apocalypse. The survivors can only live in the eye of the storm, and it means they have to move every so often in order to survive.

As the survivors move around, the storm uncovers areas that used to be inhabited and they are able to scavenge for things to help them survive. They’ve also been forced to adapt to new ways of growing food, bartering, and even taking from others. The clans
S.W. Wilcox
May 13, 2018 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
'Dune' meets 'Mad Max' plus a dash of Roger Zelazny. Don't change a thing (even the occasional typo like 'inn' for 'in' in chapter 1 or inanimate 'truck's' with the unneeded possessive....) I really respect how R.K. could take a very familiar apocalyptic subgenre and still make it fresh. Sure, there was a big storm in 'Mad Max: Fury Road,' but it didn't have the mindblowing PRESENCE of a main character that R.K.'s does, clear from page one. I also admire how he was able to hit the first Act ...more
Tikri /Letitia
Mar 13, 2019 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Eye of the Storm by RK King was a terrific story.
John G. Stevens
The book certainly has the feel of a movie or the next big ABC hour-long drama. It's a fantastic hook, interesting world with plenty of nice touches. I liked the distinctiveness of the tribes and was sad to see them all (for the most part) wiped out by the end. There was a distinct little ecosystem and societal structure that was pretty cool. The pace was solid and there was a steady progression. Especially from about the 20-50% mark I felt like things were really driving along and I
Phillip Murrell
Feb 08, 2020 rated it liked it
Shelves: read-in-2020
Mad Max in a cage

I was hooked by the premise. Man versus nature and evil man. It had exciting animal encounters and decent battles. However all the characters were pretty stoic with blunt/just-the-facts dialogue. This was compounded with third person omniscient storytelling that made it hard to hear a unique voice. I also had problems with a flashback that said Aiden was a toddler despite the fact his vocabulary was that of a dignified ten-year-old. The Birds seem like they should have duplicate
Mrs LIR Linda
Jan 11, 2020 rated it it was amazing
An enjoyable quest like story. Warring factions, and a motley group crossing a very hostile terrain to reach their salvation or die trying.
An inspiring finale.

Well worth reading this end of the world story and how to maybe survive.
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