Aqueous Passage

Aqueous Passage

by Krystyna Faroe


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Aqueous Passage by Krystyna Faroe

Book II in the Elanclose series, Aqueous Passage continues the adventures of the four clans.

On board the Genoa Fern has developed a friendship with Oak's antagonist, Elm. Alongside the Lakellers they follow the airship that flies ahead of them as they travel through the Aqueous Passage.

On the airship Avila Rose Denver is preparing for what may lay ahead. His alliance with Oak has become stronger. He finds an Aviatilian willing to become part of the rebellion. Aware that they travel to danger they collude in the hope that joined they will have the strength to fight Kisin.

In Elanclose the winds have brought unease. Willow has known that troubled times are ahead and now she must face her fears. Taking to the forest she is enlightened by the aura's and finds her fate has a different direction than what she'd thought.

In the Citan City trouble is forming. Washington has his sights set on claiming more power and making the Citan City stronger. Without Denver to question his actions he looks toward Elanclose Forest and what benefits may lie there.

A gripping novel of conflict and power struggles in the midst of which love fights to survive.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781456624972
Publication date: 06/18/2015
Pages: 364
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.81(d)

About the Author

Krystyna has published her work in printed format, ebook and on international websites through published articles. Influenced by the rural environment that she lives in she was inspired to write Elanclose from her enjoyment of the forests and lakes that surround her. Krystyna is presently working on the novel Travertine concluding the action and adventure of her characters from Elanclose and Aqueous Passage.

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