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  • Elemental Links

  • Steel and Magic, Book One
  • By: M. A. Leon
  • Narrated by: Ryan Haugen
  • Length: 12 hrs and 11 mins
  • 4.3 out of 5 stars (3 ratings)

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Elemental Links

By: M. A. Leon
Narrated by: Ryan Haugen
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Summary

"There are times when Leon’s writing style reminds me of Tolkien. If you’re a fan of medieval fantasy with a full cast of characters, you have to read Elemental Links." (N. N. Light's Book Heaven)

“Take him and run.” The last words of Jake’s mother urged him to save his brother, Louie. Jake and Louie get thrown into the outside world, where Jake learns his skill with a sword can save their lives, and Louie, gifted with elemental magic, soon learns his magic is part of something much bigger: a world of spirits that wage a war of their own.

The necrom are after Louie. They only way the necrom can increase their numbers is to capture and possess more adepts. After centuries of the necrom pillaging, adepts are scarce. The necrom want Louie and won’t stop until they capture him.

Along their way, they meet Cassie; a fiery brunette with more secrets than Jake and Louie signed on for. The boys' unlikely friendship with her turns their run-and-hide strategy on its heels.

Their journey is fraught with unexpected creatures, friends, and new allies. Aside from tournaments and drakons, Jake and Louie are tested as they've never been before. Can they defeat the force that threatens not just Louie, but every adept in Elabrium? Will their allies stand with them against the horde of necrom, whose mere presence threatens not just themselves, but their newfound friends as well?

©2019 M. A. Leon (P)2020 M. A. Leon

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Magic, sword, necromancer!

One of my new favourite books! Packed with magic and sword fight! Yes, please! ❤

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Immersive, magical word with lovable characters

There haven't been many books for which I've loved the characters as much as I love them in Elemental Links. They were fun, witty, yet serious when the time calls for it.

What's more, the new type of world, magic and spirits, was a refreshing new take of a medieval fantasy! I love how spirits can explain all of the mythical creatures: dragons, spites, and who knows what else. Only the next books will tell :o

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