Eledon, the world of the Elves, is doomed unless someone can find out what is causing it to break apart. For over a thousand years, a rogue island threatens to pull the rest of the world through an entry point to a wormhole, destroying it and the mortal world known as Earth. The task falls to Alex, a young woman born on the island, to find a solution. Her magical power is tested in the first book of the series, “Spell Breaker,” where she must remove the storms that surround the island to allow for migration to the rest of Eledon, the only place where the problem can be fixed. There, her youthful enthusiasm results in additional complications as she fears for her life and retreats to the mortal world through an entry point for a new start. In the second book, “The Blue Witch,” Alex meets King Arthur and joins the search for the Holy Grail, looking in Eledon, where no one else has looked before, only to find her return to the mortal world blocked. The third book, “Gossamer,” leads Alex one step closer to solving the problem with the island, but she doesn’t know it, until she resolves it in the fourth book, “Noble Magic.” Once the crisis is averted, all she needs to do is resolve the problems between the Elves and there could be peace in Eledon…maybe.
Title: SPELL BREAKER Author: Joni Parker Publisher: Village Green Press LLC Pages: 361 Genre: Epic Fantasy
Writing fantasy novels is what Joni Parker loves to do. She’s written two series so far; the first is a trilogy called, “The Seaward Isle Saga” and the second one has four books and is called, “The Chronicles of Eledon.” An award-winning novelist, she’s also branched off into short stories and blogs about the latest movies she’s seen or books she’s read. Her writing career began after her second retirement. For over 22 years, Joni served as an officer in the U.S. Navy and then spent another seven years with the Department of Homeland Security. She currently lives in Tucson, Arizona.
I recently read SPELL BREAKER, however I have read the rest of the series previously so make sure to check out those reviews! I personally found SPELL BREAKER to be an enjoyable read that was a good fit for the rest of the series and it filled in some of my blank spots in what happened in the series to cause certain events to unfold. I enjoyed the characters as they continued to grow and the author truly did a wonderful job with this series!