|About the Book|
Emery’s having his worst birthday ever. His dad’s been dead almost a year, his mom can’t cope with their new life without him, and he’s somehow transported himself to another world. He heard becoming a teenager changed everything, but this was aMoreEmery’s having his worst birthday ever. His dad’s been dead almost a year, his mom can’t cope with their new life without him, and he’s somehow transported himself to another world. He heard becoming a teenager changed everything, but this was a little ridiculous.The Eidolon Empire follows completely different rules than the world Emery is used to. Happiness, or more importantly, hope is completely forbidden. The ruler is a tyrannical man called the Magister, and he recycles the despair that hangs in the air into power that he uses to make himself nearly invincible against an almost magic-extinct world.But something follows Emery into this unfair world. Hope. And he meets Lark, a girl that unwillingly sets Emery’s true destiny in full swing. Unknown powers, magical comrades, and decades-old secrets finally show Emery where he truly belongs- with the Faeries, Glories, Conjurers, and other Magiks living on the fringes of a brutal society.When Emery first notices his strange new abilities, he chalks it up to coincidence. But the more it happens- and the more he learns about the Empire- he resigns to the fact that something world-changing is going on, and to make matters worse, he may be the cause of it all.Emery must learn to not only trust his new friends with his life- and destiny – but also to trust himself. He has the power to change everything, if only he can pull off the nearly impossible- bringing the Magister to justice. Like his father said: it’s the things you don’t do that you regret.Emery cant guess what will happen when the Magister finally catches up to him. But he’s going to follow his destiny. And have no regrets.Emery Emerson and the Accidental Journey is book one in a series chronicling a group of brave and newly powerful teens as they fight their way through the five worlds that make up the long-forgotten magic realm.Lark Faerydae woke up as a Faery. She is in a strange new place, surrounded by strange crystals, and is the reluctant new owner of strange and heavy, feathered wings. She wishes this was the worst of it. It isn’t.Her wings aren’t the only thing that she acquires after her shift, and the fact that she can’t control her new powers is unnerving to say the least. Thankfully, her sisters and Emery are there to remind her of what she is holding onto hope for and that she’s not alone in struggling to make sense of powers that don’t quite seem real. She brought the hope into the Empire and she will be there to see that hope stays where it belonged. That is—if she can figure out who to trust and whose side she’s really supposed to be fighting for.The caverns hold secrets that only one man seems to know—the man in charge of Lark and her friends’ safety. He claims to be the only one that can save them from the Magister’s crazy plan, but Lark can’t help but wonder if he’s the one that shouldn’t be trusted.As everyone fights to control their awkward new powers, they must also deal with the realization that nothing is as it’s supposed to be at all. But some things will never change. Lark and Emery will stop at nothing to bring the light back to where it belongs, even if it means giving up what they want more than anything else—their ability to fly free.Lark Faerydae and the Beacon Fledglings is book two in a series chronicling a group of brave and newly powerful teens as they fight their way through the five worlds that make up the long-forgotten magic realm.Never before published content from unreleased Book 3, Poppy Faerydae and the Arena of Worth!