Raging Sea by Kim Iverson Headlee

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This is a story about a man named Angusel who has lost everything important to him from his kin, his clan, and his identity and even his country.

Those who aspire to greatness must first learn servanthood.

Stripped of kin, clan, country, and even his identity for having failed the most important woman in his life and her infant son, Angusel begins the arduous task of rebuilding his life and reclaiming his honor.

The path he treads is fraught with uncomfortable revelations, unexpected reconciliations… and unavoidable reckonings.

 Review by Itsy Bitsy Book Bits:

Kim Iverson Headlee
Kim Iverson Headlee

This is a well written book that remind me of King Arthur’s story….

This is the first book that I have read by Ms. Headlee and I have to say I enjoyed it even if this isn’t the usual genre that I read. She has given us a story that will pull you into the story and hold you there from start to finish. The characters are strong and the story line is great.

This is a story about a man named Angusel who has lost everything important to him from his kin, his clan, and his identity and even his country.

All because he failed his woman and her infant the most important people in his life. Angusel must begin to the journey of rebuilding his life and reclaiming his honor back, his path is filled with danger and some unexpected task and some reckoning that could be unavoidable on the way.

This is a great story and I could probably go on and on but then I will give away the story and we can’t do that. I recommend this book you won’t be disappointed.

Review by mathphilosopher:

Kim Iverson Headlee’s Dawnflight, Morning’s Journey, and Raging Sea: Part I: Reckonings are the first, second, and third tales in The Dragon’s Dove Chronicles.

I love this series! So wondrously detailed. It draws you in right from the beginning.

Headlee’s writing is always so descriptive. She really paints a picture. I could see this as a TV series. Love the historical references. Everything seems true to time period and well-researched.

 

 

  • Kim Headlee

    Thanks so much for featuring RAGING SEA: Reckonings today!
    Kim Headlee
    Stories make us greater.

    • Caleb Pirtle

      Without stories, Kim, we are forever lost.