To Save Elderon

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“Clarion of Destiny” is the eight volume fantasy tale of Leena, a heroine selected by destiny.

In Volume II, “To Save Elderon”, Leena and her friends have lost everything. Hunted as outlaws, they discover a horrible secret, one that could mean the end of their society. Against impossible odds they must stay free, warn the Great Wizard, and try to defeat an invincible army. More

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Fiction » Fantasy » Epic
Words: 80,620
Language: English
ISBN: 9781458047526
About Franz McLaren

Franz McLaren was sucked into the world of fantasy at ten years old when he read Lewis Carroll's Alice in Wonderland. After that, he delved headfirst into the stories of Dr. Seuss, and from then on, the stories of J. R. R. Tolkien, Terry Goodkind, Holly Lisle, J. K. Rowling, and many others have grown to be a significant part of his life.

Throughout his life, Franz McLaren has traveled extensively, living in forty-eight of the fifty United States, England, France, Germany, Japan, Spain, South Africa, Sweden, Switzerland, Zimbabwe, and vacationing in a host of many other nations. After experiencing all of the fantasies that his travels had to offer, Franz has now settled down into manifesting fantasies of his own. He uses his books to share these worlds and adventures with the rest of us. By entering his novels, you enter the part of his mind that forever lives just a bit to the left of reality.

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Reviews

Review by: Lani Ottley on May 17, 2012 :
Would recomend this book. Worth reading and had to have the whole series. Sometimes goes into too much detail but loved it.
(reviewed within a month of purchase)

Review by: Carrie Bartley on Sep. 05, 2011 :
The storyline makes it well worth the time to read. There's a deal of grammatical & punctuation errors but I can't be sure if they are due to the conversion of the files for e-publishing or if they were just really never edited out. Also a couple of spots where the story is inconsistent... telling how far the party had ridden, when they were walking and had no horses...but quickly moved through with very little distraction. I would tally recommend the entire series.
(reviewed long after purchase)

Review by: Donna Waddle on April 13, 2011 :
This whole set of books are well worth reading. I had to have them all.
(reviewed within a month of purchase)

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