Aster Wood and the Lost Maps of Almara

| February 2, 2016

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Aster Wood and the Lost Maps of Almara (Book 1)

Broken. That’s what the world is now. The Long Drought is over, but the rain that falls burns like acid on the flesh.

Young Aster Wood is weak compared to the other survivors who flock to the cities, the only places where a meal and fresh water can be had.

But when he finds a ragged piece of parchment in the hidden corners of his father’s childhood home, he is pulled through the cosmos to a place no one on Earth knows exists.

Here, the grass grows green. The wolves glow like the full moon. The wizards play with ancient knowledge, delighted with the simple spells that can bring dying plants back to life and make invisible that which they do not want seen.

And Aster is healthy again.

The heart condition that has plagued him since he was a toddler is suddenly absent, and Aster finds himself running, no, flying across the countryside as if he were born to do it.

Now, he must chase down the long-lost sorcerer, Almara, to discover the truth about his own family’s past. And to learn what is yet to come for Earth’s future.

And he must work fast if he wants to survive. Almara left not only clues, but enemies behind. If Aster loses the race to find him, and the enemy captures him first, he will never see Earth again.

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“Wonderful imagination coupled with great writing makes this middle grade novel a real gem.”

“Aster is a great new hero, and the story is an exciting fantasy story, where a young man discovers his history and is thrust on a path not of his choosing.”

“The world of Aster Wood is full of adventure and it’s unique; it’s unlike other fantasy stories I’ve read. I highly recommend it.”

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Aster Wood and the Lost Maps of Almara is the first book of five in this action-packed top teen series, perfect for teen adventure readers. Pick up this fresh new series of middle grade fantasy novels for middle school and young adult readers alike.

 

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