Thanmir War (Niniers, #1)

The Earth Clan has declared war and a landscaper is at the dead center of it.Derek thinks his chronic headaches are the worst of his problems He s wrong He wakes up in the middle of an unknown forest, surrounded by a couple dozen dead men he has no memory of killing His only way back to society as he knows it is MaTisha, an amnesic woman with the power to transcend worlThe Earth Clan has declared war and a landscaper is at the dead center of it.Derek thinks his chronic headaches are the worst of his problems He s wrong He wakes up in the middle of an unknown forest, surrounded by a couple dozen dead men he has no memory of killing His only way back to society as he knows it is MaTisha, an amnesic woman with the power to transcend world boundaries But going home isn t as easy as he had hoped, not when MaTisha is sought by two opposing armies prepared to do anything to keep her from the other side Derek finds himself caught in the center, mixed up with mercenaries and guardians And now, he s been possessed by a murderous alter ego with a personal mission to keep MaTisha safe He wants nothing to return to the life and family he loves But his alter ego has other plans.
Thanmir War Niniers The Earth Clan has declared war and a landscaper is at the dead center of it Derek thinks his chronic headaches are the worst of his problems He s wrong He wakes up in the middle of an unknown forest

  • Title: Thanmir War (Niniers, #1)
  • Author: Loni Townsend
  • ISBN: 9781941022009
  • Page: 380
  • Format: ebook
  • 1 thought on “Thanmir War (Niniers, #1)”

    1. I feel beat up after reading this! Or, maybe I just feel Derek's pain. Never have I read a character more tortured, to the point where I thought, thank goodness, this poor soul finally gets to die, then he doesn't. LOL!Needless to say, this is an epic rollercoaster ride! Full review:THANMIR WARS, the epic world-hopping fantasy drama by Loni Townsend, is an addictive page-turner filled with shocking twists. The multilayered characters and intricate detailing of the world and the people in it make [...]

    2. I don't usually read epic fantasy, and it took me some time to get a good feel for the cast of characters and their world. But I'm glad I stuck with it. Townsend obviously has a vivid imagination. She's able to weave a complex story and convey the details of it in an enjoyable and often-thrilling manner. The groundwork she laid was necessary, and it was appreciated more and more as the story progressed. By the time the conflict reached its peak, I was glued to the page.The characters in Thanmir [...]

    3. I began the book and was almost immediately sucked right in. It took some time to understand the terms and titles, but HINT: there is a glossary of types in the back of the book for your help. I LOVE LOVE LOVE this book. I really hope Loni Townsend publishes the next installment soon. I'm already craving more!! The author does a such great job of describing the characters and the scenes, that you will have favorites almost immediately. The author uses such astounding creativity and imagination. [...]

    4. Loni is a brilliant writer! Her words flow like magic and the characters were multidimensional. The biggest thing that kept me turning the pages is how easy it was to follow the story. I've never been much of a fantasy reader, but with this book, I'm might be a turned fantasy reader. An added bonus to this book is the action scenes. Loni does an excellent job of choreography of those scenes.Overall, I highly recommend this book.

    5. This book got me back into reading fantasy. It was well-written and the complexities and details were astounding. I usually polish off a book in a day or two but I savored this one and allowed it to marinate over time. I recommend this amazing author to anyone who loves epic fantasy!

    6. Thanmir War takes place in a world divided among territories and clans for air, water, fire, earth, and void. There are Thanmirs, elementals, guardians, jespers, upholders, and of course humans.Derek is an interesting character. He's a landscaper with a coffee addiction. He gets chronic headaches, has a strange scar on his back that he's had his whole life, and he's a virgin because a "curse" won't let him be intimate. When he tries, fires break out and other dangerous things happen to stop him. [...]

    7. When I read, I tend to make guesses about where the story might be headed, and usually I'm right about those predictions. But every single one I made for this story turned out to bet right. Well, one was kind of right—at the very least, it was not entirely incorrect. So, yay me. And YAY Townsend for creating a story that kept me guessing. I'm curious to know what might be in store for these characters.

    8. It's an amazing introduction to a new world filled with unexpected twists and turns. I can't wait for the follow up. I've recommended to everyone I know.

    9. I won this book in a good reads giveaway. I also give this book a 3.5.*sigh* oh Thanmir War. You had such promise for me and yet falls short at the end that leaves a bad, bitter after taste in my mouth.Or maybe it is not the book's fault at all. Maybe it was because I was playing Project Diva with a friend and the interruptions every couple of minutes disrupted the flow of the story for me. Somehow I don't think so since I'm usually really good at this sort of thingBut anyway! I'm done with my r [...]

    10. Derek has always been the nice guy, except sometimes, there are things he can't remember. And they're not so nice. He is thrust into a strange world with no memory of how he got there. MaTisha doesn't remember anything either except that Derek saved her by killing several men. They're caught in the middle of a war neither know about. All Derek wants to do is go home, but the other part of him has a different mission. One that might be the death of them all.A great start to this epic fantasy seri [...]

    11. I can't do it. No matter how many times I have tried to pick this book up and read it I cannot. I get about a paragraph read and then my mind is someplace else. I have a very wide and varied interest in many things, but this book defied even my ability to read the most mundane engineering texts with ease. For the past year this book has sat on my chair, and for the past year I would pick it up and open it. I made it a quarter of the way through and decided that I cannot do it. I cannot read this [...]

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