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Legend of the Elementals: The Complete Series - amazon.com/dp/B00OYT5FAS//
About the Author
Kyle Timmermeyer has been a writer and lover of
adventure for as
long as he can remember. When he gets old and starts going senile, he
will probably have been an English teacher and world traveler for as
long as he can remember. He may also start to consider himself a turnip,
and reminisce fondly about the Great Vegetable War. In addition to his
Legend of the Elementals series, he has written far too much about the
dimwitted superhero Bucket-Man.
Kyle Timmermeyer has been a writer and lover of adventure for as long as he can remember. When he gets old and starts going senile, he supposes that he'll have been an ESL English teacher and world traveler for as long as he can remember. He might also begin to think he's always been a turnip, and wax nostalgic about the Great Vegetable War. (So many tears were shed when the onions got chopped!) Anyway, in addition to the Legend of the Elementals series, Kyle has written far too much about dimwitted superhero Bucket-Man.
Imagine a childhood scavenger hunt, but instead of a pleasant afternoon among friends, imagine searching for tokens of unimaginable power among enemies both numerous and other-worldly--snake generals, femme fatales with razor whips, true princesses and forcibly deposed kings.
Yes, the Elementals have the Wind Diamond, but on the way to acquiring the other three gems that Sensei has disclosed will help them overcome Devidis and his cohort of orgres (and orgresses), elfs and skillful edge-masters with regenerative ammunition and bones reinforced with the fabled Xinium, they will need the stone keys. And even then only if they have a guide to them from those who have survived the blade-chain.
In this third installment of the Legend of the Elementals, we follow Aelek of Corvelt--the protector of Princess Yiseem--as he attempts to collect the stone keys an--through distance and hazard--bring them to the underground brotherhood for disposition--or perhaps covetous theft.
Naturally General Ruin and his minions both enchanted and depraved block Aelek, using the entire resources of the X-laboratory fueled by its slave miners. Even a thief and Royal Protector may find them and the knave Jack Diamond more than a nuisance, but indeed a deadly threat to both him, the kingdom, and the beautiful and powerful woman that depends upon him more than she knows.
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