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Insidious Winds (Elemental #4)

by Rain Oxford

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This series is very diverse and entertaining. The author takes you through multiple layers of intrigue, multiple well-fleshed worlds, and keeps you hanging until the very end! Between the alt-Earth setting and the Hell-dimension, along with time disparities, you can never guess what is going to happen next! I love this quality of books! Magic is real, but hidden. Towers can take you to parallel universes, but also transport supreme bad guys... what's a guy to do? Conundrums abound and are masterfully acted out throughout the series by Todd Manassas. My 13 yr. old son and I are both ensorcelled by this series! ( )
  LizaRobbins | Dec 5, 2016 |
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