The Towers of Adrala - Book One, Part One: Saranoda

Rated 5.00/5 based on 3 reviews
When magic leaps from fairy-tale to reality at the tips of every person's fingers, chaos unfolds in the world of Adrala. Four unlikely but steadfast friends; Eris, Pird, Zook, and Sye, have their loyalty to one another tested when they find themselves at the center of a conspiracy three-thousand years in the making.
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About Andrew Suzanne

My name is Andrew Suzanne and I'm addicted to creating too many worlds with too many words.

I've been writing for the entirety of the life I can remember, although not always on paper. As a kid I always played the 'what if?' game. I loved playing this game with movies, asking myself what if a single scene had played out a bit differently and I would imagine the way the movie would've gone.

My lifelong obsession is my series of novels called The Towers of Adrala. I've been working on it for a decade, the term 'working on' being used loosely. I've dabbled in other stories, short ones and long, but Adrala has always been the world that my mind wanders to.

I post my most frequent, nearly daily updates on my progression on the Facebook page The Towers of Adrala and on its official site

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ndstumme reviewed on July 11, 2014

A good engaging fantasy. While many many writers have built magic systems around the four elements, Suzanne gives it a refreshing spin that I'm confident will grow into something even more unique as the series progresses and he explores the world more. Definitely worth reading and following.
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Hugh McCormick reviewed on April 28, 2014

This was an enticing read filled with wonderful descriptions and characters, unique settings and a well thought out story so far, my only regret is that there is not more immediately available to download and read. For people who love original fantasy worlds with mystery and intrigue I would say that this is a well written book that you should seriously consider reading. It completely captured my imagination and when I wasn't reading it I was thinking about reading more. An exciting page turner and I look forward to reading part two of the series.
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Dionne Washington reviewed on Oct. 14, 2013

I enjoyed reading this. Hope there's another. A real page turner, this one is.
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