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A Hunter Rises (Book 1 of the Jacob Crestmore Trilogy)

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At just ten years old, Jacob Crestmore made a life-changing decision to run away from home. Escaping his abusive foster parents wasn't easy. Learning to navigate the unforgiving city streets proved even more difficult. But now, experience and the passage of time may not be enough to shield him from the biggest challenge of his young life. After stumbling across his mother's long-lost diary, leaving Jacob with more questions than answers. He discovers a secret that will have devastating consequences if he doesn't unravel the mystery behind it. The power of elemental magic is within his grasp, but the discovery makes him the target of a dark empire, and his dreams the envy of an enemy much closer to home. As the stakes rise, Jacob must stop the elemental magic from falling into the wrong hands. If he succeeds, he will become the Elementalist fate destined him to be. If he fails, it will cost him his life.

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Book Type: Print & Digital

ISBN-13: 9798539812348

Publisher: Sean Clarke

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Language: English

Pages: 411

Interior: BW

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Sean Clarke is a fantasy author from Saltcoats, Ayrshire, Scotland. He is currently writing the sequel to A Hunter Rises, and anticipates a 2022 release.

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