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Thunder and Rain: A Novel - eBook  -     By: Charles Martin
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Format: DRM Protected ePub
Vendor: Center Street
Publication Date: 2012
ISBN: 9781455503995
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Third generation Texas Ranger Tyler Steele is the last of a dying breed-- a modern day cowboy hero living in a world that doesn't quite understand his powerful sense of right and wrong and instinct to defend those who can't defend themselves. Despite his strong moral compass, Ty has trouble seeing his greatest weakness. His hard outer shell, the one essential to his work, made him incapable of forging the emotional connection his wife Andie so desperately needed.

Now retired, rasing their son Brodie on his own, and at risk of losing his ranch, Ty does not know how to rebuild from the rubble of his life. The answer comes in the form of Samantha and her daughter Hope, on the run from a seemingly inescapable situation. They are in danger, desperate, and alone. Though they are strangers, Ty knows he can help-- protecting the innocent is what he does best. As his relationship with Sam and Hope unfolds, Ty realizes he must confront his true weaknesses if he wants to become the man he needs to be.

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  1. Mark
    4 Stars Out Of 5
    Good read, though not his usual style
    June 29, 2017
    Mark
    Quality: 4
    Value: 4
    Meets Expectations: 4
    This review was written for Thunder and Rain.
    This was different from the other Charles Martin books I have read. It had some suspense and action in it, and was more intense than his other novels, but still had his usual writing style also. I have been bothered by his free use of "pissed" and "hell" in his other novels, and he branched out to use "damn" some in this novel also, which bothered me.

    I liked the characters, especially the main character and his son. And as with his other novels, this one tugged at the emotions a lot and caused my eyes to water on more than one occasion. Readers of his other books may be a bit disappointed in this one, but I still liked it overall.
  2. norwes
    Arkansas
    Age: Over 65
    Gender: female
    2 Stars Out Of 5
    Thunder and Lightening by Charles Martin
    February 25, 2015
    norwes
    Arkansas
    Age: Over 65
    Gender: female
    Quality: 2
    Value: 1
    Meets Expectations: 1
    This review was written for Thunder and Rain.
    As always a very good story line The only thing that bothers me about the book is the use of the four letter words I wish the author did not feel the need to use them.
  3. M Tanavamel
    Lake City, FL
    Age: 35-44
    Gender: female
    5 Stars Out Of 5
    Great read!
    August 22, 2012
    M Tanavamel
    Lake City, FL
    Age: 35-44
    Gender: female
    Quality: 5
    Value: 5
    Meets Expectations: 5
    This review was written for Thunder and Rain.
    We all experience Thunder and Rain. Charles Martin takes the hard stuff of life and puts it in perspective with a child's brutally honest letters to God that are laced throughout this novel. Heroes like Texas Rangers and ordinary women down on their luck have a lot to learn from the childlike faith of an abused little girl. All I can say after reading this great story is that "I feel like my side's winning." Thanks for taking me on a journey of right in a world of wrong.
  4. Cafe Lily Book Reviews
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    4 Stars Out Of 5
    A story worth reading, but not my favorite
    June 17, 2012
    Cafe Lily Book Reviews
    USA
    Quality: 4
    Value: 4
    Meets Expectations: 4
    This review was written for Thunder and Rain.
    I discovered Charles Martin when I read his first book, The Dead Don't Dance, published by Thomas Nelson. I saw the title at my local library, and became intrigued with the cover, so I brought it home.

    That was one time, I did right in judging a book by it's cover and I fell head over heels for Charles's writing.

    Since that first book, I have eagerly awaited every single new release. My favorite thus far? Hard to choose but I would rate The Mountain Between Us right up there with When Crickets Cry. You'll need Kleenex for both!

    ALL of his books could be made into a movie, and currently, The Mountain Between Us is in the works. I hope they do the book justice.

    I just finished reading Thunder and Rain and wow - it was intense. Charles took readers on a wild, painful ride and blended some history about authentic Texas Rangers (nothing to do with baseball) into this story. The main characters are quite a blend of past and present. There's some tough subject matter in this book dealing with rape. It's not a sticky sweet, easy kind of romance all wrapped up in a nice, neat package.

    I hurt reading this book. I wanted to scoop up Hope and take her far away. At some points, I wasn't sure I wanted to finish this book. And then I couldn't leave it alone. Charles's books do that to me. They get me every-single-time. They are deep, painful, and emotional. This one at times, was disturbing.

    Honestly?

    Thunder and Rain wasn't my favorite. (I just can't get over Annie and her lemonade stand!!), and I found it to be much different than the other books I've read in the sense of tough subject matter and language. But it was still a story worth reading and when I arrived at the end, I was wrung out emotionally, just as I've come to expect when reading a Charles Martin novel.

    Some of his other longtime readers appear to be confused, thinking this book is being marketed as Christian fiction, as his previous titles were, when published by Thomas Nelson.

    I've read a few comments where readers have been disappointed with some of the content, language and subject matter, however, the newest three books are with a different publisher. I am just putting this out there, to clear up that Thunder and Rain is not being sold as Christian fiction, as far as I can tell.

    Center Street has this book listed on their site as Genre: FICTION , SUSPENSE & THRILLERS

    More conservative readers should approach this as a PG rating, due to some strong language and light sexual innuendos. God's name is NOT taken in vain in this book and there are no sex scenes. Hope, the little girl in this book, writes letters to God and talk to him about everything and anything. Some parts of the book may be a little "TMI" for some folks.

    I was appreciative of the way Charles created one of the main characters, Ty, as a man of integrity throughout this book. As always, I am left anxiously awaiting the next book by Charles Martin!
  5. Miss Em
    Canada
    Age: 25-34
    Gender: female
    3 Stars Out Of 5
    May 7, 2012
    Miss Em
    Canada
    Age: 25-34
    Gender: female
    Quality: 4
    Value: 4
    Meets Expectations: 3
    This review was written for Thunder and Rain.
    I highly anticipated reading this book as I'm a huge Charles Martin fan but was slighty disappointed. Perhaps I just didn't 'connect' with Texas and the cowboy characters as I have with several characters in other C. Martin novels.

    While the plot kept me reading, I felt that the characters, particularly Sam and Andie, lacked a bit of depth. Maybe the focus was intended to be on Tyler Steele and his son Brodie...if so, that was well-achieved. Martin introduces some major life-altering events in this novel and somehow I felt that grappling with these events/tragedies should take the reader deeper into the characters and in truth, take longer than the 6-8 weeks which the novel spans.

    The novel was very good, but this one's not my favorite!
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