Saturday, May 15, 2010

Into The Storm


"The temperature had begun to drop. The freezing rain now became snow. Lionel wailed as he was beaten by the pounding waves. His shirt caught on splintered timber and ripped like strips of paper ribbons.

He flailed, trying to escape the restricting lines. With each kick, his trousers felt like heavy canvas wrapping around his legs. The water felt like ice. His leg muscles started to cramp - wet knots pulling tight -until he was certain they would tear apart. The cramps spread to his arms, his back and neck. It felt like dozens of knots, then hundreds, then thousands. His body felt like it was ripping. He howled with rage!

"Alicia! Luke! Where are you?"

There was no answer but howling winds and hostile waters.

The swirling snow mixed with the icy foam and stinging spray. Finally his heart began to feel as though it was cramping too. There was no strength left in his body. It had no capacity to answer the commands of his brain or the wishes of his heart. Despite his will, he could summon no strength. Ropes snaked around him, coiling around his neck, his arms and ribs. The depths sought to swallow him. His precious wife and innocent son had been stolen.

Lionel Lukin closed his eyes and surrendered to the will of the sea." (excerpt from pg.16)



In the book, Into the Storm by Jon Steven Nappa, you will be taken to a 19th century fishing village in England to discover what becomes of Lionel Lukin and his family. It is based on the true story with a fictional story woven in between much like the movie Titanic. This book blends the Perfect Storm, Message in A Bottle, and The Guardian all into one fabulous, can't put it down until you have reached the final page. I have discovered treasure once more, and I am super excited to share it with you.

Trust me if you can picture those three movies combined into one amazing book, based on fact, you know you have a great book to keep. This is a must read for anyone who loves romance, suspense, and fishermen.

I received this amazing book compliments of Kathy Carlton Willis Communications to review and I loved it! If you would love to know more about this book, the author and even where to purchase a copy, please click on the link below:

http://productsearch.barnesandnoble.com/search/results.aspx?WRD=into+the+storm+jon+steven+nappa&box=into%20the%20storm%20jon%20steven%20nappa&pos=-1

8 comments:

zhuzhicong said...

Great minds think alike...................................................

Denise said...

Wow, awesome review.

Warren Baldwin said...

Sounds like a great book.

Just Be Real said...

Another well written review. Thank you Kat. Blessings.

wife.mom.nurse said...

I spent about 45 minutes looking at your blog the other night...you are an amazing woman.

Do you get paid for your book reviews...are they published anywhere else besides your blog?

Samantha said...

Great review, sounds like a really good book !

He & Me + 3 said...

Now that sounds like an awesome read. Wow.

Nishant said...

Sounds like a great book.
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