For thousands of years, the Elementarí-spirits of the elements- have slept peacefully under the watchful eye of the Terakhein, a guardian tribe that protects them. But now that the Elementari have started to awaken, the Terakhein are nowhere to be found.
In Gaelastad, where the trees never die, eighteen-year-old Jonathan is haunted by dreams of a little girl: the last of the Terakhein. Fleeing from enemies across treacherous lands, Jonathan must survive and find the girl. Fortunately, help comes in the form of Bryn, a terrible fire spirit, and Morgan, the most beautiful-and deadly-of water spirits. But are they strong enough to give him the time he needs to find the missing girl and stop the tide of destruction?
|Publisher:||Pink Narcissus Press|
|Product dimensions:||5.50(w) x 8.50(h) x 0.77(d)|
About the Author
She has a PhD in literature from the University of Denver, and previously taught the rhetorics of the fantastic, uncanny, and grotesque in art and literature at the University of Colorado. Her short fiction and poetry has appeared in Up the Staircase, Word Riot, Strange Horizons, Neon, Bourbon Penn, Prick of the Spindle, Liquid Imagination, Corvus, Red Fez, Prime Number Magazine, The New York Quarterly, storySouth, and Dense Macabre, among others. She now resides in New York City.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
I am about half way through this book and can't put it down! The plot is original and the characters draw you in and make you feel invested in their journey. I love this genre of "Lord Of the Rings" meets "Game of Thrones", yet written with a new and exciting twist. I will be very disappointed when I am finished but look forward to a sequel!!