Rampage; Land of the Elementals, Book 1

By Aaron Oster

(7 Reviews)

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Synopsis

Life is cruel. Arbor learns this lesson the hard way when everything he loves is taken from him in a single night. Left alive by the men who butchered his family, Arbor has two options: give up and perish, or rise up and fight to take back the life he’s lost. To do that though, he’ll have to leave behind the only home he’s ever known and venture out into the world beyond.

What he doesn’t yet realize, is that the world is a much more dangerous place than he could ever have imagined. A world filled with magic, monsters, and mythic beasts powerful enough to destroy entire nations!

WARNING: Contains mild profanity and content that may not be suitable for children.

©2019 Aaron Oster (P)2020 Soundbooth Theater

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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Reviews (7)

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Outstanding

Both the Story and the narration where Outstanding. I am very much looking forward to more in this series!

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High fantasy and magic begins!

Land of the elementals starts with a humble beginning and heroes destined for greatness. The magic system is both interesting and unusual with no significant RPG elements the beginnings of war and strife abound. An incredible performance by the Soundbooth crew makes every charter come alive and leaves you eager for more. A five star story with 5 star sound makes this one a top pick for anyone who enjoys strong magic and reasonable main characters.

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awesome!

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I really enjoyed this story, and I am quite intrigued by the world.

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pretty good! I was glad to find that this Author made this series with narration.

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Feels like the narrator/editor didn’t care much for the book, never forget “sward and shield” or the fact no one could start to understand the elemental.

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Arron Oster is the man!! This is a grest start to a series. Im so glad i found this on Soundbooth. Whatever Arron Oster puts to print is quality stuff. I loon forwars to his future projects.