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Water Weaver - Morgan Sheppard
Water Weaver
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The Isle of Wraidd Elfennol is a place balanced by the four elements of nature – Earth, Air, Fire, and Water. The essence of each element is contained within a sacred artefact, helping to keep the balance of life. At the Summer Solstice celebration, the Lords and Ladies of the Elements announce... show more
The Isle of Wraidd Elfennol is a place balanced by the four elements of nature – Earth, Air, Fire, and Water. The essence of each element is contained within a sacred artefact, helping to keep the balance of life.

At the Summer Solstice celebration, the Lords and Ladies of the Elements announce their artefacts are missing. A human and animal partnership is Chosen for each Element, to find the missing artefacts and help restore the balance.

Together, they embark on a quest to find the missing artefacts. As the world around them changes, danger lurks with every challenge the group must face.

Time is not on their side as their quest must be completed before a year and a day has passed.

Rejoin the World of Wraidd Elfennol as Marella and Nixie, the Chosen of Water, learn how to work with those of the other Elements.
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Format: kindle
ASIN: B0164LVODK
Pages no: 644
Edition language: English
Series: Wraidd Elfennol (#2)
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Literary Thoughts from the Shark Head
Literary Thoughts from the Shark Head rated it
5.0 Phenomenal
Somewhere between Oz and Narnia, and not that far from the little alley that takes you to Hogwart’s, is a beautiful island called Wraidd Elfennol. The way that Rick Riordan brings to life the traditions of the Ancient Egyptians, Greeks, and Norse, Morgan Sheppard pulls her readers into the not so f...
MerissaArchaeolibrarian
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5.0 Water Weaver (Wraidd Elfennol #1) by Morgan Sheppard
This book has certainly earned the #Epic tag - at over 600 pages on my kindle, this is a book that you can submerge yourself into. However, it certainly doesn't feel like that amount when you are reading it as the pages almost turn themselves as the story carries you along.   The characters are all ...
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