What happens when your father accidentally transports you through a magical doorway?
From New York Times Bestselling Author Rebecca Moesta
Fourteen-year-old cousins Gwen and Vic have lived together ever since the mysterious deaths of Gwen’s parents and disappearance of Vic’s mother.
When Vic’s scientist father accidentally transports them through a magical doorway to the island of Elantya, the challenges begin.
Elantya, wonder-filled place of magic as well as technology never imagined before.
Will family help Gwen and Vic survive, or will nature require balanced scales?
Gwen and Vic are still learning magic and science on the island of Elantya when they learn Vic’s father has finally made it through the crystal doors to Elantya.
However, their excitement is short-lived when they and their friends are kidnapped by their underwater enemies and taken beneath the sea.
Imprisoned there, forced to witness battles among sea monsters and face the dark sage Azric, they learn of a scheme that could bring Elantya to ruins.
Can they escape in time to save the magical island from destruction?
Or will their enemies finally win?
?Can Gwen, Vic and their friends succeed in the exciting conclusion to The Crystal Doors?
Will the five friends forge the magical Ring of Might? If they do, will they be enough to challenge Azric?
When their friend Sharif is called back home by his father, the Sultan, Gwen, Vic and their companions travel to the flying city of Irrakesh only to find that the Sultan is dying.
Now, Sharif is the next in line to the throne.
Before he can choose between duty and destiny, Irrakesh is attacked and the city is taken hostage by the dark wizard’s monstrous winged army.
Now Gwen, Vic and their friends take to the skies for the climactic showdown with the evil wizard and all of his dark forces.
Will Gwen and Vic finally take Azric out? Or perhaps the power of the Sky is too much for them?
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