Elements of Vaalbara (Book 1)
A New Earth Trilogy
B. L. Crisp
Genre: Fantasy / Adventure / Science Fiction
Audience: Children, Early Teens (10-15)
An impending solar flare is about to hit earth. Ash Green-Hill and his friends in all their attempts to continue a normal life accidentally find a doorway to earth’s unknown shadow planet, Vaalbara. On Vaalbara they are given the opportunity to save earth, but first they must unlock and hone their ‘elements’ before facing humanity’s hidden enemy.
Earth, thirty years from now with an impending solar flare about to strike and the world’s leading powers nearing WWIII, Ash Green-Hill, his little sister London and his four friends; Bradley Chapman, Kurumi Okamoto, Jumo Mensah and Aruna Begum, accidentally find a doorway to Vaalbara, earth’s unknown shadow planet. On Vaalbara, the group of friends learn the truth behind earth’s fate and now must quickly discover their inner strengths, develop new skills and release their elements in order to save home and all humanity from destruction.
Time is against Ash and his friends in this action-packed coming-of-age adventure that will change their lives forever. Will they find a way back home? And can they alone really save earth from annihilation?
Meet the Characters: Ash, London, Bradley, Kurumi, Jumo, Aruna and Tree Spirit
Chapter 1: Nothing Extraordinary
Chapter 2: The Tree Spirit of Vaalbara
Chapter 3: London and the Tree Spirit Connection
Chapter 4: Into the Forest of Stone
Chapter 5: Rackaamataar
Chapter 6: Elemental Markings
Chapter 7: Ouroboros
Chapter 8: Gods and Goddesses of Pesedjet
Chapter 9: Desert Spirit
Chapter 10: Underground Tortoises
Chapter 11: Into Ancient Woodland
Chapter 12: A New Enemy Approaches
Chapter 13: The Compass Gives Hope
Chapter 14: Field of Truth
Chapter 15: The Great Lake
Chapter 16: The Darkness Underground
Chapter 17: The Mountain Path
Chapter 18: Tomb of Spirits
Chapter 19: The Elements of Vaalbara
Chapter 20: Returning
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