The Lightning Caller: Masters of the Storm, Book II
By Amy Difar
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Published: March 19, 2013
Words: 83,051 (approximate)
A mage returns to his magical home realm with his shaman son to fulfill a prophecy. While there, they become embroiled in a bitter power struggle between mages and warriors.
Masters of the Storm, Book II
When Elemental mage Darakin and his son are called back to the magical realm from which Darakin was involuntarily summoned eighteen years ago, he learns that it was no accident of birth that his son was born a shaman.
Brought back to his homeland by a prophecy that says Darakin and his son, Arak, will restore peace, Darakin soon finds that his memories of Kwagl are sweeter than the reality, and he and Arak become embroiled in a bitter power struggle between the Elemental and Combat mage factions. In a land where existence is about survival, and mages and warriors are considered tools to be used by society, Darakin will face his toughest challenge yet—preventing his son from being destroyed by an addiction to his own powerful magic.
, class war
, elemental magic
, realm crossing
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