The Four Powers

The Four Powers Centuries ago the Lodestone was split by the gods sundering the power of magic into elemental quadrants Each elemental quarter of the Lodestone was hidden in Watchtowers located at the cardinal dire

  • Title: The Four Powers
  • Author: J.A. Cummings
  • ISBN: 9781535509466
  • Page: 140
  • Format: Paperback
  • Centuries ago, the Lodestone was split by the gods, sundering the power of magic into elemental quadrants Each elemental quarter of the Lodestone was hidden in Watchtowers located at the cardinal directions, and human tribes formed around each Watchtower, taking on the qualities and powers of their elements Pedar Tolris is the second son of the Chieftain of the Water TriCenturies ago, the Lodestone was split by the gods, sundering the power of magic into elemental quadrants Each elemental quarter of the Lodestone was hidden in Watchtowers located at the cardinal directions, and human tribes formed around each Watchtower, taking on the qualities and powers of their elements Pedar Tolris is the second son of the Chieftain of the Water Tribe, and he is a self made dragon expert His knowledge is needed when the Dragon Council sets out to reunite the Lodestone He is chosen as the Dragon Bard when he is merged with the soul shard of the dragon Xaramuth Along with representatives of the other Powers, he sets out to prevent the Dragon Council from destroying the natural order of magic by re uniting the Lodestone and effectively ending the world The fight centers on the mountain Shadowtop, where the dead dragon goddess Xetith lives again, tearing the fabric of time and gathering the Dragon Council and the elemental powers in her claws.

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    About "J.A. Cummings"

    1. J.A. Cummings

      I have been writing for as long as I can remember It started on a snowy day near Christmas when I was three or four I don t recall the impetus, but my older sister, whom I idolized and copied as much as possible, started writing a story Not to be outdone, I started writing a story too I ve been writing ever since.I am proud to have written the Rune Series books Rune Sword , Rune Master , Rune Hunter , and Rune King s Daughter , and I intend to continue my first series, Clans, which began with the novel Nightchild I m currently working on an Arthurian retelling, Arthur Rex.

    980 thoughts on “The Four Powers”

    1. I only ended up reading 21% of this one because although I think there was some potential in the story (I've mentioned before just how much I like stories with Dragons) I just felt that it wasn't well developed enough and it felt a bit clumsy. We're seeing the world through the eyes of the Dragon Bard: Pedar. He's a self-proclaimed expert on the dragons of the world, and when they seem to be rising once more and challenging the humans for the dominance of the world, he and a band of others must [...]


    2. Just OK, but also crudeThere was a lot of crudeness that didn't add to or support the story in any way. Romance was at times beautiful and at other times inexplicable and weird. There was tragedy that only just fit the tale, sort of. All in all, not much more than OK.


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