Summoned

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Lina had no plans to leave her beloved homeland. Then gypsies kidnap her and take her to a foreign land. There a strong urge compels her to travel north. On her journey, she reluctantly uses her Elemental powers as she battles mystical creatures that have not existed for 800 years. When she discovers the shocking truth behind the calling, it will change her life in ways she could never imagine. More

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Fiction » Fantasy » Epic
Words: 84,210
Language: English
ISBN: 9781466170094
About Susan Noble

Susan Noble has always loved dragons and magic so it is no wonder that she became an author of fantasy novels. As a cat lover, she also had to throw in a telepathic cat to the mix in her The Elemental Series. "Summoned" (Book One) and "Quietus" (Book Two) are already available. The third and final installment of the series will be released in 2012.
In addition to writing, Susan Noble spends her days taking care of her two young children and husband in Texas.

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Review by: Sue Owen on Jan. 18, 2012 :
I think this is going to be a nice series. But this fell under the spell of so many first novels in series and had way too much character development, front end story and (sorry!) boring plot lines. I realize what the author was trying to do and I applaud the effort but I just didn’t get a whole lot out of this book until well into the middle.

However, I think this has the potential to be a majorly awesome series. I loved the main characters and can’t wait to find out how she learns to kick tail in future books. The plot was well thought out and the characters well developed.

I recommend this as a means to an end. Without this novel the rest of the series would be harder to understand. You need to wade through this one to get to the good stuff. Not to say this doesn’t have good stuff, because it does and I enjoyed the ending very much. But as a standalone book there is way too much time spend on character and plot development.
(reviewed long after purchase)

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