Land of the Elementals, Book 3: Origin

By Aaron Oster

(3 Reviews)



Warning: Contains mild profanity, gore, and some content that may not be suitable for children.

Arbor, now a member of the Nobility, heads off to his manor to begin his new life as a Viscount. The fate of his sister, whose search is now aided by his noble status, plagues his every waking moment. When a nearby village head pleads for his aid in dealing with a dangerous monster, Arbor jumps at the opportunity, glad for the distraction.Little does he know that he is walking directly into a trap, one set by beings hellbent on his destruction. A trap that will attract not only him, but his little sister as well.

About The Author

Aaron Oster has been a fan of all things fantasy ever since picking up Redwall by Brian Jacques at the age of seven. After that, he began reading (and listening to) every fantasy novel he could get his hands on – spending hours making his mom wait in the car, while he perused the all-too-small collection of books at his local library.

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  • Release Date: 04/08/2021
  • Imprint: Soundbooth Theater
  • Genres: Fantasy

Additional Credits

  • Proofed By: Harlan Guthrie
  • Editing & Mastered By: Richard Smith

Reviews (3)

Love SBT. Please look up pronounciation on Marquis. Its been killing me.

Love SBT. Please look up pronounciation on Marquis. Its been killing me.

More High Fantasy Magic

Be sure to start with book 1 or you'll be lost. A solid continuation to a series with a really unique take on magic systems. Thisone is packes full of action while still clearly showing something truly massive is coming. Annie and the SB team totally nailed it once again.

this series is nothing but one big cliffhanger done well 😀