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22gigantes.com - The fascinating and furious fourth installment in the award-winning, action thriller series Seventeen is here.The Hunter who should have been king.The Elemental who fears love.The Seer who is yet to embrace her powers.Three immortals whose fates are intertwined with that of the oldest and most formidable enemy the immortal and human societies have ever faced.1599. While hunting a deadly adversary who has eluded him for two hundred years, Asgard Godard falls into an icy tomb that leaves him frozen in time.1969. After more than a century on the run, Ethan Storm finds himself at the mercy of the man who ripped his family apart and sent him into exile.2013. Following a hundred years of solitary existence, Olivia Ash wakes from a nightmare to find the home where she has lived her entire life under attack by a deadly foe.Linked by an incredible destiny and with time very much against them, Asgard, Ethan, and Olivia must keep ahead of their common enemy and the rogue branch of the US army at his command. When an unlikely ally crosses their path, they come into possession of a set of clues that help them unearth their opponents’ devastating plans.With the future of the whole world at risk, the three immortals and their allies must draw on all their skills and unique abilities to defeat the man who has inflicted so much loss and misery upon their lives.Want a FREE boxset? Sign up to AD Starrling’s newsletter at www.adstarrling.com to get your copy of The Seventeen Series Short Story Collection now.OTHER NOVELS AND SHORT STORIES IN THE SERIESSoul MeaningWinner Fantasy Category National Indie Excellence Awards 2013Finalist Adventure Category National Indie Excellence Awards 2013Finalist Action-Adventure Category Next Generation Indie Book Awards 2013Honorable Mention General Fiction Hollywood Book Festival 2013King’s CrusadeWinner Action-Adventure Category Next Generation Indie Book Award 2014Finalist Shelf Unbound Competition Best Independently Published Book 2014Greene’s CallingFinalist General Fiction Category Next Generation Indie Book Awards 2015First DeathDancing BladesThe MeetingThe Warrior MonkThe HungerThe Bank Job (coming soon)
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Most helpful customer reviews 2 of 2 people found the following review helpful. Starrling never fails to get my adrenaline going. By Bambi_Unbridled A.D. Starrling has done it again! The books of the Seventeen series never fail to get my adrenaline going. I don't give many 5 star ratings, but Ms. Starrling has already gotten 3 from me this year. Seriously Hollywood, someone needs to option this series for the big screen! Any time I am in a reading slump, one of these books has pulled me right out! I have read every one in a single sitting - I don't think I could go to sleep without finding out what happened first. The books are totally out of my normal genre, but I can't get enough. The plot is action-driven and the stories are engaging, well-researched, and quite detailed. Each installment has also carried just enough romance to keep my smutty little heart happy. Ashstorm even got a few tears out of me, though I still think King's Crusade is my favorite (it's a very close call).In Ashstorm, we meet Asgard Godard - who is the son of Thomas Godard from Soul Meaning. Asgard was on the tail of his immortal enemy in 1599 when he fell through a glacier and was frozen in ice for nearly 400 years. I am so glad that we get the backstory on Asgard because I am a stickler for details, and I have found many of the books I have read this year to have been sorely lacking in details when it comes to a character's past. No need to worry about this with Ms. Starrling, she takes us on wonderfully detailed forages into the past that are both historically accurate and entertaining. (Well, not so much of a historical event in this book as was the Ottoman Empire in Greene's Calling, but it was a nice foray all the same.) Asgard was a lovable character in that father-figure type way. He made me have lots of feels in this book, particularly when he got to meet Lucas, Anna, Tomas and Lily. I was so stinking happy for him.Asgard is not our sole main character of this story though, we have a triad to include Ethan Storm and Olivia Ashkarov. I can't tell you how everyone meets without giving spoilers, but I am going to say that it was very very tense and dangerous and everything you expect from this series. Ethan and Olivia are two more of our special immortals with the unique birthmarks - and they have some very cool powers! Ethan is an elemental and can manipulate things around him, and Olivia can do freaky things with her mind. While I liked Ethan's character, I was more drawn to Olivia. Her world was turned topsy turvy when she meets Asgard and Ethan, and she handled it with grace and determination. I couldn't help but like her.The villains in this story may have been the worst yet - they are connected to evil deeds in prior stories, but they were sooo much worse. There were several times that the bad guy antics made me squeamish. (I will have close my eyes if they ever do make this a movie.) So these bad guys all needed to die, and in a very bad way. They were despicable humans and immortals alike. I know I'm being redundant, but I am trying not to give spoilers and I really really didn't like these guys - who you will know as Jonah, the General, and Scoleri. Scoleri was particularly bad, I would not have minded seeing him get some "an eye for an eye" type punishment. Blech.Okay so you know (if you are are smart enough to be reading these books) that the overall theme is a good vs. evil type scenario, with a little bit of religious conspiracy and mysticism thrown in. Same goes for this story - good guys fighting the bad guys to save the world. As in the previous books, our special immortals are brought together at some point for the meet and greet, and we get some time with the children, Lily and Tomas. I love these little buggers. I am looking forward to seeing them continue to grow in the series - they are sweet and special and *powerful*. I anticipate even bigger evil and greater powers as the series progresses. Write fast Ms. Starrling! (Do you *really* need that day job as a doctor? I told ya these books are intelligently written - our author is a baby doctor!)Favorite quote from the book: "You should have told me Mr. Godard was intending to kill Mr. Titus. I would have prepared less food."I was honored enough to receive an advanced copy of this book in exchange for an honest review. Thanks Ms. Starrling! 0 of 0 people found the following review helpful. and found them enjoyable—not the best, but definitely enjoyable By Yzabel [NOTE: I received a copy of this novel through NetGalley, in exchange for an honest review.]I read the first three books in this series last year, and found them enjoyable—not the best, but definitely enjoyable, and making me feel like checking if book 4 was out. Which it was.New characters are introduced here, some of them bearing birth marks (and displaying powers) like the main characters in the previous installments, leading more and more to the gathering of a kind of “league” who, no doubt, will have to fight more and more dangerous odds. Olivia and Ethan complement and enhance each other’s powers nicely, while Asgard is tied to quite a few people among the most important ones, owing to his own birth. If there's one thing, it's how little we see of the others as the cast keeps on growing. I can't help but feel impatient regarding the moment when they're finally all together (is this book it, or will others appear in the next one?). Such a group is bound to have an impressive dynamics.The focus was less on Kronos in general, and more on one specific antagonist pursuing goals tied partly to it and partly to his own ambitions. The idea of a secret base and secret experiments was a bit basic, though, so I hope later developments—the kind hinted at by the end of the novel—will go deeper. That Kronos isn't "only that". I'm sure it's not.I’m a bit torn, too, regarding relationships between the characters. Although the idea of soulmates finding each other is nice, it’s starting to feel like every set of people is meant to find their own love interest in each story. Maybe it’s just me, but at some point I’d like to see something different, bonds that would run very deep without necessary being “couple-love”. We have some of this here with Ethan and Asgard, and I wish we could see more: after all, they fought Jonah for decades, and their loyalty to each other is unswerving. Comrades to death, and all that.I still enjoyed the blend of action and quieter moments nonetheless, all the more because the characters didn’t completely forget about their predicament (something that tends to happen too often in many books: as soon as the love interest appears, the impending end of the world doesn’t seem so important anymore, and too much time is spent on trifles).Once again, I’m not rating this novel higher… yet I’ll still seek out volume 5. 0 of 0 people found the following review helpful. The Psychic and the Elemental.. By Yellagirlgc I received a copy of this book from NetGalley and the publisher for an honest review.The Bastion and Crovirs are two groups of immortals that can live through sixteen deaths as long as there not blown up or decapitated. In this book Ethan meets his soulmate Olivia. Ethan is a powerful elemental while Olivia is a powerful psychic. Together there powers are virtually unstoppable & unlike any others.Jonah is an immortal that partnered with a secret branch of the government has been kidnapping, experimenting & causing the deaths of immortals and humans. He's been doing this hundreds of years. His goal is to create super soldiers powerful enough to wipe out humans and immortals both.Ethan and Olivia along with there allies set out to put a stop to his evil.This book was better than the last and I'm hoping the next in this series is better than this one. Thumbs up! See all 12 customer reviews...
Here's what people are saying about the series Seventeen"James Bond meets Highlander = Fantastic. Soul Meaning, A.D. Starrling's debut novel, launches a high-octane paranormal thriller." Bestselling & Award-Winning Science-Fiction Author Jade Kerrion"AD Starrling has written a high-octane debut to what looks like a great series. If you are a fan of the "Highlander" movies and TV shows, then "Soul Meaning" will definitely be a welcome treat." The Kindle Book "James Bond blended with Dan Brown. Remember to breathe. If I could give this 10 stars I would!" Cabin Goddess"Starrling writes with meticulous attention to detail and if this isolated book is an indication of her talent, she most assuredly has significant contributions to make to contemporary literature." Grady Harp *Top 100 er* *Hall of Fame* *Vine Voice*"Greene's Calling by A.D. Starrling is a riveting historical supernatural thriller full of interesting characters. The author has done a commendable job in creating impressive and endearing characters that readers will remember for a long time." The Great Reads *Top 500 er* About the Author AD Starrling is the author of the award-winning action thriller series Seventeen. She lives in England, where she spends her time writing fast-paced thrillers and juggling babies in the intensive care unit where she works as a part-time Pediatrician.
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