Author: Matt Sconce
Narrator: Clinton Herigstad
Length: 9 hours 19 minutes
Publisher: Movie Heroes Studios
Released: Mar. 26, 2020
Young Mackinsi Wrighton has always been a dreamer. After he accidentally uncovers a hidden world around him, he discovers he is a Stormbreaker…a warrior of light destined to face an ancient evil called “Destroyer”. Possessing supernatural powers and weapons he has no idea how to use, Mackinsi must unite the other Stormbreakers against Destroyer’s fiends before Destroyer pulls our dimension into a relic of evil called the Heartstone.
Along his quest, Mackinsi will find love, loss, and adventure as well as a secret that will shake the very foundation of reality itself.
From sword fights on the skyscrapers of New York City to the underwater grottoes of prophecy, Stormbreaker will take you on an action-packed thrill ride of imagination and modern-day magic and leave you breathless. Described as a combination of The Matrix, Constantine, and the Lord of the Rings, Stormbreaker is a modern fantasy brimming with originality.
Matt Sconce is a filmmaker, writer, theater owner, husband, father and the author of the novel Stormbreaker. He has written stories since he could hold a pencil. Matt began writing Stormbreaker in college where he achieved a Bachelor’s degree in Communication.
He has spent the last decade writing and directing feature films, seeking to inspire audiences with new stories and moments that will surprise and entertain them.
Matt wrote Stormbreaker to read like a movie, to zip along and carry the reader through the story as fast as they can visualize it. A master of martial arts, Matt wrote detailed battle sequences he hopes the reader can see, hear, and feel.
He is excited to take you on this action packed thrill ride full of twists and turns, battles and blood, light and darkness.
Stormbreaker was definitely a book to enjoy!
Normally I avoid books written by men. There tends to be a certain emotion that I find missing in those stories. I thoroughly enjoyed Matt Sconce’s writing in Stormbreaker. This story is action packed with tons of growth from the characters. I totally loved Mac and pretty much all of the supporting characters. I’m not really loving bad guys so although they are well developed I can’t say I love them. Each scene described throughout this book is very unique and well developed.
Clinton Herigstad did a great job narrating the story. He truly brought these characters to life. I love how he distinguished the voices of the characters. I must say when I read this at night and started to fall asleep the Destroyer’s voice totally woke me up. It’s dark and gravely. Honestly a perfect voice for a dark character.
Overall, the production was great. The whole thing flowed wonderfully. Each character served a purpose and grows throughout the story. I definitely wouldn’t have minded hearing more to this story, but the ending went well nonetheless. I really enjoy books that involve both the subject of creation and destruction. I may just have to read that book again soon.
I received this audiobook as part of my participation in a blog tour with Audiobookworm Promotions. The tour is being sponsored by Matt Sconce. The gifting of this audiobook did not affect my opinion of it.
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