Let the Storm Break (French Edition)

Let the Storm Break (French Edition)

by Shannon Messenger, Anais Goacolou

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L'orage se lève à l'horizon...
Découvrez le tome 2 de Sky Fall,
la nouvelle série young adult de Shannon Messenger !

Vane Weston, le dernier sylphe de l'Ouest, a survécu à son premier affrontement avec l'ennemi. Il reste cependant une cible de choix, car lui seul détient le pouvoir des quatre vents... du moins c'est ce que tous s'imaginent. Car Audra, depuis qu'elle s'est unie à lui en se laissant voler un baiser – trahissant par là son serment de gardienne et tous les sylphes – maîtrise, elle aussi, la même force secrète.

Partie loin au nord pour fuir de terribles révélations sur son passé, la jeune fille se retrouve malgré elle attirée dans la Vallée de la Mort, repaire de Raiden et de ses guerriers. Et ce qu'elle y découvre la terrifie. Vane et Audra se trouvent face à un dilemme : révéler leur secret aux Veilleurs afin de leur permettre de combattre Raiden, et réduire ainsi à néant le sacrifice de tout un peuple, ou s'entêter à refuser au risque de perdre la guerre ?

S'ils parviennent à survivre aux forces venues les détruire, leur restera-t-il quoi que ce soit après le passage de l'ouragan ? Dans Let the Storm Break, la suite de Let the Sky Fall, Shannon Messenger mêle toujours avec autant de talent scènes d'action, créatures fantastiques et humour rafraîchissant. Laissez-vous entraîner par le souffle épique de sa nouvelle série !

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9782371021884
Publisher: AC média
Publication date: 08/30/2018
Sold by: EDITIS - EBKS
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 300
File size: 3 MB

About the Author

Shannon Messenger graduated from the USC School of Cinematic Arts where she learned—among other things—that she liked watching movies much better than making them. She’s studied art, screenwriting, and television production, but realized her real passion was writing for kids and teens. She is the author of the middle grade series Keeper of the Lost Cities and the Sky Fall series for young adults. She lives in Southern California with her husband and an embarrassing number of cats. Find her online at ShannonMessenger.com.

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Let the Storm Break

  • It sucks to be king.

    Maybe it wouldn’t be so bad if I got a castle and servants and my face on a bunch of money.

    But no, I get to be the king of a scattered race of mythical creatures that no one’s ever heard of. And they expect me to swoop in and defeat the evil warlord who’s been tormenting them for the last few decades. Oh, and hey, while I’m at it, I can marry their former princess and restore the royal line!

    Yeah, thanks, I’ll pass.

    I already told the Gale Force—my “army” or whatever—what they can do with their “betrothal.” And I’ve been tempted to tell them exactly where they can shove the rest of their little plans for my life.

    But . . . it’s hard to stay angry when they keep giving me this desperate you’re our only hope look. And they’re all so full of stories about the things Raiden’s done to their friends and families, and the horrifying battles they’ve fought. Risking their lives to protect me.

    The last Westerly.

    The only one capable of harnessing the power of all four winds, twisting them into the ultimate weapon.

    Well, they think I’m the only one.

    Which is the other reason I’m playing along with the whole Your Highness thing.

    I have someone to protect too. And I can do that much better as Vane Weston, king of the Windwalkers.

    So I’ll follow their rules and train for their battles. But as soon as Audra comes back . . .

    She left twenty-three days, seven hours, and twenty-one minutes ago—and yes, I’ve totally been counting. I’ve felt every second, every mile she’s put between us, like our bond has claws and teeth, tearing me apart inside.

    And it’s been loads of fun trying to explain to the Gales why my guardian left me unprotected. Every day that passes makes the excuses I’ve given seem weaker.

    I thought she’d be home by now.

    I thought . . .

    But it doesn’t matter.

    Audra promised she’d come home—and I want to give her the time she needs.

    So I’ll wait for her as long as it takes.

    It’s the only choice I have.

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