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This Sunday morning I’m here with a trilogy. Who doesn’t love series, right? I know I adore them and I can plainly admit that I choose to read mostly series. So I’m really happy to present you the Elyzian Chronicles, by D A Botta. He is a Twitter friend, a great writer and editor.
So, let’s dive into the story.
On her way to Salem State College, Emily Hobbs has a chance encounter with a fortune teller. The tarot reading unfolds in a series of dramatic events that sets Emily on a collision course with destiny.
Emily enters the realm of Elyzia as a witch. Her powers quickly develop, out of necessity more than the tutelage at Cedalion Covenstead, as her life follows a preordained path of destruction and danger.
Emily struggles to find her way in a world in which greed and power, love and hate, loyalty and betrayal, even life and death conjure magic and ancient mysteries that Emily must contend with to fulfil her destiny.
About D A Botta:
D A Botta lives on the south shore of Massachusetts with his family. He recently published a collection of 200 poems, entitled There in Them Blues (2014). D A has published 3 novels in a fantasy series, Elyzian Chronicles: Hysteriata (2011) Sinfluence (2012) and Sycamortem (2013), which use a blend of witchcraft, magic, tarot, astrology and mythology to create a rich experience of the protagonist's struggle with love, power, loss, and destiny He is currently working on the fourth in the series Hexamtyr which is expected to be completed in the fall of 2014.
Wow, right? Fortune tellers, tarot reading, witchcraft, destruction and danger! I mean it has it all. What are you waiting for? Go grab a copy. :)
And hey, share your thoughts with me. Have a great week!
I love reading series too. Fortune tellers and that whole world have always intrigued me. Thanks for sharing, Athina!ReplyDelete
Yes, I'm intrigued too. I plan to read this series as soon as I can. :)Delete
Like you, I'm a huge fan of series, and the Elyzian Chronicles definitely sounds like a good one! I'm a huge sucker for anything with witchy elements...ReplyDelete
You know, I find it too hard to read only a book! I fell like something is missing. heheDelete