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Book II

Book 2 in the League of Elder series, The Hazards of the Old Ones delves into the gods and how far they will go to prevent a pending tragedy.

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The Hazards of the Old Ones is a stand alone book that takes place roughly nine months after the events of Book I. It carries on the story from the original, however having read Book I is not required to enjoy it.

When Carahil, an Elemental Spirit, foresees the destruction of an entire world, he’s faced with the ultimate question: how far is he willing to go to save it? Unwilling to allow the planet to perish, Carahil will gather good friends around him and set them into motion–like Lord and Countess Blanchefort, renowned Fleet Captain and ex-Black Hat. His efforts might inconvenience people, he might even destroy lives. To make matters worse, hidden forces work against Carahil. Ominous messages appear from nowhere, surprise visits, phantom people and taunting voices complicate matters. However, the most dangerous threat to this effort could be Carahil himself, who faces demonic transformation for getting involved and may upset the cosmic Scales of the Universe in a bad way. Carahil, though struggling to achieve a greater good, might be the cause of a horrific tragedy instead. Hell awaits should he fail.


With over 20 maps and interior pieces of artwork by Carol Phillips Chantal Boudreau and Justine Marie Hedman, the Hazards of the Old Ones is an event not to be missed.

PUBLICATION HISTORY:

The Hazards of the Old Ones was originally published by IUniverse in 2010. It is available in Trade Paperback/Dust Jacket Hard Back and via Kindle at Amazon.Com

Click Here to go to Kindle Version The Hazards of the Old Ones on Amazon

LOCONEAL: The Hazards of the Old Ones was republished under the League of Elder brand by Loconeal Publishing in 2011

It is available via Trade paperback at Amazon.com

or via the Loconeal Website

copyright 2012, Ren Garcia

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