Review: The Nameless Storm by Novae Caelum

Posted June 17, 2024 by Lola in Review, Sci-Fi / 4 Comments

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The Nameless StormThe Nameless Storm (The Stars and Green Magics #5)
by Novae Caelum

My Rating: 4 stars

Genre: Science Fiction
Age Category: Adult
Type of romance: f/f, nb/m, nb/f and m/f romances so far


Dressa trusted the woman she married, the woman she loved, but that woman betrayed her. Imorie thought they could reclaim their life of power, but they gave it up to help a friend. And Rhys, unwitting envoy to the unknowable Kidaa, is navigating uncharted space with no compass. With the ruling family crumbling and the kingdom in an uproar, can these royal siblings navigate the coming storm?

My Review

I received a free copy from the author and voluntarily reviewed it.

I love this series and this was another awesome read. At the end of the previous books things are left in a perilous position and I was eager to start this one and see how the story continues. This was an amazing read, so many twists and turns and new directions.

The kingdom is on unstable footing after the attack, then there are the Kidaa who approach a border ship were Rhys is, Dressa’s wife Lesander whose secrets came to light, Eti and Imorie who are trying to save his family. There is so much going on in this book, it’s one of those reads that definitely kept my attention.

I really liked seeing the direction the story took and how all the characters are dealing with everything. I liked seeing it all play out. There is a lot of politics in this book, but it’s all very interesting and I like the twists and turns that took me by surprise. This book had some great reveals and the way it ends just makes me wish the next book was here already as I want to know what happens next.

To summarize: Another great installment in this series! There is so much going on and it’s an amazing read. I liked the reveals, the twists and turns, as well as seeing everything play out. I like reading about all the characters and the multiple points of view work so well here. If you like science fiction books with intricate plot lines and politics I can definitely recommend this series. I’ll be eagerly awaiting the next book!

4 Stars


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4 responses to “Review: The Nameless Storm by Novae Caelum

    • It will be a while before the next one releases, but I am definitely excited for that one to see where the story goes next.

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