Thursday, May 23, 2013

Review: Tempest (Scribes of Medeisia: Book II) by R.K. Ryals

We must overcome and prevail ...
King Raemon of Medeisia is slaughtering tattooed scribes and mages, forcing them into hiding. All marked and those associated with them are destroyed. The people are desperate. Months after challenging Raemon, the marked rebels of Medeisia must rise against their bloodthirsty king or chance being annihilated.
Sixteen year-old Drastona Consta-Mayria is the prophesied phoenix of peace, desperate to be a leader for her people despite her reservations. Following the lead of a scarred and forgotten prince, Drastona will embark on a journey with an unlikely band of rebels and a dragon across a cursed desert to bring down a king and save a kingdom.

Review by Kate

Tempest, Scribes of Medeisia has yet again brought me to my knees with emotion. I have cried with sadness, the love and loyalty is much as my own toward my husband. The fear, the whirlwind it is an absolute epic book. R K Ryals has had me on a mixture of emotions of all of her books and not one of them can I put down. She truly is a scribe herself.

Kye and Stone must go on a journey through the place she once saw from the window of her bedroom… a desert , Ardus, a place where there is danger lurking all around. They are trying to reach the King of Sadeemian. For what I hear you ask! ( You will have to buy the book)

R K Ryals describes scenery so well and I can picture everything in my head just how it is said and that has helped me fall in love with book even more and wanting to go there, so find myself reading it more often and more than once.

Again she has captured more than my imagination of adventure and tales, magic and fantastic story lines. This is a must book. 5 hearts! Happy reading.

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About the author:

Born in Jackson, Mississippi, R. K. Ryals is a scatterbrained mother of three whose passion is reading whatever she can get her hands on. She makes her home in Mississippi with her husband, three daughters, a Shitzsu named Tinkerbell, and a coffeepot she couldn't live without. Visit her at


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