The Maelstrom

The Maelstrom The world is at the brink of ruin or is it salvation Astaroth has been weakened and the demon Prusias is taking full advantage of the situation to create an empire of his own His formidable armies ar

  • Title: The Maelstrom
  • Author: Henry H. Neff
  • ISBN: 9780375957079
  • Page: 414
  • Format: Hardcover
  • The world is at the brink of ruin or is it salvation Astaroth has been weakened, and the demon Prusias is taking full advantage of the situation to create an empire of his own His formidable armies are on the move, and Rowan is in their sights Rowan must rely on Max McDaniels and David Menlo and hope that their combined powers can stop Prusias s war machine beforeThe world is at the brink of ruin or is it salvation Astaroth has been weakened, and the demon Prusias is taking full advantage of the situation to create an empire of his own His formidable armies are on the move, and Rowan is in their sights Rowan must rely on Max McDaniels and David Menlo and hope that their combined powers can stop Prusias s war machine before it s too late But even as perils loom, danger stalks their every move Someone has marked Max for death and no one is above suspicion Should the assassins succeed, Rowan s fate may depend on little Mina whose abilities are prodigious but largely untested And where is Astaroth Has he fled this world or is he biding his time, awaiting his next opportunity In the Tapestry s fourth book, author illustrator Henry H Neff boldly raises the stakes in an epic tale of mankind s struggle to survive in a world now populated by demons and demigods and everything in between

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    1. Dear Mr. Neff,Your book, "The Maelstron" ruined my life. This book is why didn't sleep the last two nights. This book is why my eyes are red this morning, and my face is stained with tears. This book is the reason why I have been having insane moodswings. This book was amazing. Literally breathtaking. I was excited for it to arrive, because all the Tapestry book are incredible, but once I started reading, I began to have doubts. "The Maelstrom" put me in so much rage, it made me weep non stop, i [...]

    2. Yesterday afternoon, I purchased my very own copy of "The Maelstrom", the fourth book in Mr. Henry Neff's beautiful Tapestry series. And I finished it early this afternoon. Of course, what can you expect form an avid fan of Henry Neff's remarkable books? Three words: I loved it. I know, it's pretty vague but I don't know how else to put it. Mr. Neff puts a spin on many chapters that leaves me gasping and hanging on the edge of my seat. The characters are beautifully written and so realistically [...]

    3. There is no word that can completely describe the utter stunning, breathtaking, awesome, extraordinary, mind-blowing, jaw-dropping book that Henry H. Neff wrote. The Maelstrom is the best book I have ever read, period. The plot, the characters, the themes are so beautiful and complex that this story is a work of art. The thing that makes this book so wonderful is how real it is, yes there are fantasy creatures, gods of old, magic ect. but there is such humanity in Max, such faults, that make his [...]

    4. As an avid fan of The Tapestry series, I eagerly awaited the arrival of The Maelstrom. It was more than I even hoped for! In this fourth installment, the series moves into epic territory. Some of my favorite elements: After being on separate adventures in The Fiend and the Forge, the duo are reunited. And, truly, it feels so good! I really enjoyed seeing them rekindle their friendship and spur each other on in matters from mystic and demonic to romantic and even silly. Yes, The Maelstrom covers [...]

    5. As noted about the other volumes in this work I hesitate about the YA fantasy shelf. It is considered YA, but I urge parents and guardians to read these first to be sure they are appropriate for the youth you have in mind.Well, things have come to a head in some ways. Rowan is a (supposedly) independent kingdom but now that push has comer to shove (I assume you have read the volume preceding this one) the demons who rule the rest of the world are somewhatdispleased. They have decided to enforce [...]

    6. .David is awesome, Max is incredible, and Umbra is the best new addition to the cast of characters that I could have hoped for. I am dying to get the fifth book. C= Amazing, in every way. The characters developed and changed, growing in a way that made them seem all the more real. This wasn't a knight in shining armor, this was Max, who has his own troubles to face and is trying to save the world while he is at it. The plot was amazing! I am intrigued as to what may happen next. If I could ever [...]

    7. Loved it.Can't wait for the next book to come out.The only bad thing about the book is that it ends on a cliff-hanger

    8. 3.5 stars to The Maelstrrom. Judging from the other ratings for this book, I feel I am in the minority. So I will start by saying that I enjoyed this book. A lot. Mr. Neff has created a series that I've followed with eager interest and anticipation. I truly can't wait for the final book and see how he wraps everything up.So why the average rating? I will explain, but be warned I will give away major spoilers, so if you haven't read this book but are planning to do so, stop now. Also, this review [...]

    9. As The Maelstrom by Henry H. Neff opens, war is on the horizon. After protagonist Max's arch-enemy, the demon Prusias, gained the Book of Thoth and the ability to change the past, present and future, Earth has been turned upside down. Normal society no longer exists, technology has been rewinded and most humans live in a world similar to medieval times. Rowan, a school for those with mystic (magical) abilities has become a haven, taking in refugees and trying to escape the notice of the demons' [...]

    10. I LOVED IT!!!!! It's weird to think about how much the world has changed since the first book. The world used to be like ours with modern technology, homes and museums. Now, in the fourth book, the world has been changed into something more like the medieval days. This book was packed full of action and reminded me of the Lord of the Rings!!!!! The only part that I was really suprised about and didn't really know what to make of it (I actually still don't) was Max's and Scathach's relationship. [...]

    11. I have the "sad" habit of starting a book series and of course liking them so much that I have to read each one in the series but it often takes so long for each book to come out it is hard to remember what happened previously. Even so, I usually still enjoy the books and this book, #4 of The Tapestry is no exception.Max, the Hound of Rowan, is back from his travels just in time to get ready for a major attack on Rowan. He and his half-brother David who is a sorcerer, must figure out how to save [...]

    12.   I loved The Maelstrom by Henry H. Neff, the fourth book in his series, The Tapestry. It had some great action scenes, cool magic, revelations and secrets and a huge romantic plot twist. All in all, this book really sets up for the final book in the series, The Red Winter, due later this year. This book also has the illustrations of the last books, that help tie the whole story together with visuals, especially in the cases of the daemons, who are rather hard to visualize. This book adds ne [...]

    13. The main character in the Maelstrom is Max. I think Max is foolish and brave because he is not afraid of the Astropos. He is both brave and foolish because the Astropos are deadly opponents but he takes a lot of courage to not be afraid of them. I also think Pruises will go to war with Rowan because he seems so confident. A famous student at Rowan, Ellias Bram, has returned but he seems suspicious. I think he is up to something.

    14. I love this series. This one was better than some of the others too-- while people did die in this one, and it was sad, it wasn't as depressing as the last book. I like David a lot more in this book too, it felt like he went all wonky for a while but I saw his personality in this book again. Excellent read.

    15. Went back and re-read the first three to refresh my memory before reading the fourth and they were better than I remembered. This is an action-packed installment and I highly recommend the series. I just started the last book. It starts out like an American "port" of Harry Potter but diverges grandly from there.

    16. I liked it but it was my least favorite so far. It felt like very little progression took place. Other than Mina and Scathach, little else progresses in the story. Was definetily looking for more.

    17. I just love this book series. The author has a way with painting a picture so that everything is just wonderful. I am eagerly waiting for the next in the series.

    18. PG for violence, magic, and some gore.It's uncanny: while most book series cannot compare with the opening novel, Neff's progression only gets better.

    19. could not put it down no matter what because my hands were glued to the coverterally, i super glued my hands to the cover so i didn't have to put it down

    20. There is nothing wrong with this book, but there were a few things I didn't particularly like. That said, I enjoyed this book just like all the others and it made me look eagerly forward to the final book!For what I didn't like, its rather petty. This series has been so creative and original, and this time around it brought in TROPES. Tropes used so often (and often badly) that they are practically cliches. First one? Scathach. We saw two interactions between her and Max and were told about the [...]

    21. So. Much. Stronger. Than the previous book. Possibly the strongest snd best written of all four so far.

    22. Review crossposted to my "238 books in 238 days" blog.-----------As this book is the fourth in a series, I'll try to give you a spoiler-free overview for books #1-3 first. If you haven't read them, you should stop reading the review after that."The Hound of Rowan" tells the story of 12 year old Max, who is invited to study at the Rowan Academy of Magic. Children and paintings are disappearing, and soon Max and his genius friend David have to use their newfound powers to battle ancient demons.Thi [...]

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