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  • An ancient laurel-tree – in Brittany the laurels become immense trees – had been uprooted in a thunderstorm and had fallen across the Styx, making a natural rustic bridge.

    A Childhood in Brittany Eighty Years Ago

  • "Ann always could scowl a thunderstorm back over the horizon."

    Men Don't Leave Me

  • They were also in the middle of a discussion with Darian's parents, who hovered off to the side and projected nervous tension like a thunderstorm sent out lightning.

    Elephant in the City

  • 'I have no record of the accident that caused Sir Joseph Yorke's death, but I know he was in his small sailing yacht coming over from Portsmouth with Captain Bradby and Captain Young and one or two men of the crew, when the boat was struck by a heavy squall in a thunderstorm somewhere off the Hamble river, and they are all supposed to have been struck by lightning.

    Charles Philip Yorke, Fourth Earl of Hardwicke, Vice-Admiral R.N.

  • If she had felt like a thunderstorm before, her talent prickling along every exposed edge of his skin — and quite a few that weren't — she now felt like a smooth deep river of force, deceptively placid on the surface with a riptide underneath.


  • (see pp. 13-16 of 'Birdie') and on pages 93 and 94 of the Report the description of a thunderstorm is very much like Birdie's idea of the same in the 'Dew Fairies' on pages 59 and 60 of my book.

    The Story of My Life

  • Remember the time we went riding along the beach and a thunderstorm came boiling in from the Bay and Pomegranate got so spooked?

    Prayers To Broken Stones

  • All was well, until one day they met a thunderstorm - more than a thunderstorm, a thunder-battle.

    The Hobbit

  • He held his shields against the bolts as the Shaman poured power into them and the air around him tasted of a thunderstorm at its peak.

    Elephant in the City


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