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  • Great read!

    This was a great, easy read! The characters are all likable and unique, and the story as a few good twists thrown in that always keeps you on your toes. I especially loved the unique system of magic, which separates it from the myriad of fantasy books out there. If you love classic fantasy, be sure to pick this one up!

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  • Elemental Links

    What a great read! Elemental Links is very well-written, with wonderful, dymanic characters and a solid storyline that keeps the reader engaged right till the end. Looking forward to reading the second book!!

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  • Instant Fan!

    Elemental Links is a fun and quirky story that any fantasy fan will love! The characters are full of life and witty dialogue as they embark on a new adventure in the world of Elabrium. Once things started heating up (literal fire magic!) I could hardly put the book (well ebook to be specific) down!

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  • A griping story surrounded by magic

    This book has a stunning cover that fits perfectly this intriguing story. Elemental Links is a gripping fantasy in a medieval setting that follows the coming of age story of two Brothers: Jake and Louie. It starts amid a tragedy when dark forces slaughter the entire family to get to one of the boys. We learn that Louie is an adept, meaning he can perform elemental magic. “Changing elements from one natural form into another was one thing. Dirt to stone and water to ice, those were easy transformations that Louie had mastered years ago.” The villains of this story are Necroms, beings that started as adepts but were corrupted by evil spirits called wraiths. “Necrom have existed nearly as long as adepts. They were once regular adepts, but were corrupted through hardships or natural ailments. They are the criminals of the magical world. An essential criminal will resort to thievery, lies, deceit, and even murder, whereas the adepts have the power to become much more. […] These adepts, corrupted as they were, evoked the most vile, nefarious spirits. Such spirits are known as wraiths. They induced fear, hate, and every other painful emotion you can imagine.” For years these Necroms have been hunting gifted humans, adepts in an effort to increase their numbers, leaving a bloodbath in their wake. For this reason, most parents, when they realized they had a gifted child, would give up the kid for the rest of the family to survive. “Our parents knew? They knew that I could cause this?” “You didn’t cause anything Louie,” Witherton said gently. “Many parents leave their adept baby in the woods, or worse, when they discover his or her gift. Your parents didn’t even hesitate in their decision to keep you. They loved you both with all of their hearts.” Louie and Jake’s parents knew and took the risk anyway, but they moved to a secluded area in the woods and asked Mr. Witherton to train the boys. As an afterthought, I imagined Mr. Witherton as a medieval version of Mr. Miyagi 😉. After witnessing their parents murder, the boys took off and went to Mr. Witherton for protection. That’s when the real adventure begins, and the narrative picks up. It is Mr. Witherton who explains about the Necroms, why they are coming after Louie, and then introduces all the magical creatures that the boys didn’t even know existed. Read more here: https://www.summonfantasy.com/book-reviews/elemental-links-by-m-a-leon-book-review

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  • LOTR fans, this is your next must-read!

    The necroms are hunting adepts (people gifted with elemental magic) and will stop at nothing to capture Louie, a powerful adept. Brothers Jake and Louie manage to escape before the necroms slaughter their entire family. Jake vows to protect his brother and finds his strength with brandishing a sword keeps their enemies at bay. On the run, they meet Cassie. She opens their eyes to what’s really going on and why it’s so important to save as many adepts as possible. Jake and Louie learn what is at stake and how to stay one step ahead of the hoarde of necroms hunting them. Can they defeat the hoarde and protect their newfound friends and allies or will the necroms declare victory? Elemental Links blends fantasy and medieval fiction to perfection. The battle between good and evil is well presented in a descriptive narration so engrossing, it transports the reader into a world they have never known. The characters are fully developed, and the reader will connect with them right away. The action is intense with twists and turns I didn’t see coming. There are times when Leon’s writing style reminds me of Tolkien. If you’re a fan of medieval fantasy with a full cast of characters, you have to read Elemental Links. Highly recommend! Disclaimer: I received a copy from the author in the hopes I'd review it. My Rating: 5 stars

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