Book: ALTOR - The Shadow Rebellion (The Chronicles of Ageron) by L. J. deVet
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L. J. deVetabout this book: Ajay Samuels, a Sorcerer-Guardian, possesses the ultimate responsibility of protecting Ageron and Earth, and the people that dwell within both lands. If that wasn't enough for any fifteen year old, he is also a member of the Altor; a group of seven, separate families, each a descendant of the original seven Altor who were elected to govern and oversee all of Ageron.
As significant as these duties appear, there has never been any reason to protect anybody; Ageronian and Earthly alike. Nothing remotely interesting ever happens in Ageron. Even less happens on Earth. Ajay can't help but feel his supposed extraordinary power, apparently the greatest of their kind, is going to waste.
His world is turned upside down following the most unexpected of encounters with a nemesis he has had few dealings with before, and his perfect world begins to crumble in around him. Dedicating themselves to right what has gone so horribly wrong, and developing their new powers along the way, Ajay and his friends are thrust into a new world of the unknown; a world that brings with it potentially disastrous consequences.
ONE Sorcerer-Guardian. ONE premonition. ONE chance.
'ALTOR: The Shadow Rebellion', the first novel in 'The Chronicles of Ageron', is a fantasy fiction novel dedicated to all children, teens and young adults with a keen interested in fantasy and science fiction. It was written by a primary school teacher, specifically with this age group in mind. Being the first in a new series, it is intended to open up a brand new and exciting world to readers; one that will enable an experience, and not just a read.
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