by John Goode, J.G. Morgan

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Sequel to The Unseen Tempest
Lords of Arcadia: Book Four

Kane’s ordinary life became anything but when he met his soul mate, Hawk, and was drawn into a world of enchantment with rules very different from the world he left behind. Together, Kane and Hawk are on a quest to prevent the destruction of the Nine Realms, and that means rescuing Hawk’s mother and putting a stop to Hawk’s father’s evil plans.

The end of the journey is within their sights at last, but time is running out. Kane and Hawk’s mission to free Titania from the Big Bad Wolf and save Athens from Oberon’s wrath will lead them through many different worlds. And their adventure won’t end there—they will have to face the one who has been pulling the strings and manipulating the situation all along before the Nine Realms will be safe. It’s a journey that will leave them—and everything else—irreparably changed.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781635332773
Publisher: Dreamspinner Press
Publication date: 02/21/2017
Series: Lords of Arcadia , #4
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 254
File size: 534 KB
Age Range: 14 - 18 Years

About the Author

John Goode has not been described as the best bang since the first one nor as one hoopy frood. He has been described as just this guy, you know? So let's agree to say John Goode is this guy who writes stuff and leave it at that.

J.G. Morgan cites a lifetime of voracious, eclectic reading, much of it nonfiction, decades of listening quietly to and roaming the world outside his door, and nearly nine years of reading, commenting on, and doing beta for some of the vast sea of writing others have created about a specific television series as some of the inspiration behind his first foray into writing for publication.

Other inspirations? The author's only response was a chuckle, an arched eyebrow, and a reference to forests and trees.

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