Today I’m featuring The Eye of Elektron by Leigh G. Wynn
About the Author
Leigh G. Wynn is a fantasy writer based in Miami, FL. She has dreamed of publishing a novel since she was nine, and that dream finally came true with The Eye of Elektron. Before she became an author, Leigh obtained degrees from Harvard, Tufts and the New England Conservatory of Music in education, mathematics and violin performance, respectively. When she is not writing, she can be found playing the violin, teaching Calculus to high school students and chasing after her three cats.
About the Book
Two souls from different realms. Bound by sacrifice. Torn by fate.
For eleven years, Sumrects have trapped humans in an alternate realm where an ancient evil brews, awaiting its nemesis…
A nineteen-year-old human stands in the way, but she does not know it yet…
Dawn has more pressing matters at hand.
Competition to be Portrait Artist at Crimson Estate is fierce. One hour to paint. One lives. One dies. And participation is not voluntary.
To save her brother’s life, Dawn ensures her own execution by painting a magical device the Sumrects despise—the Eye of Elektron. Banned from use, the Eye of Elektron has not functioned since the failed human rebellion against Sumrectian tyranny eleven years ago.
Somehow, it comes to life in her hands…
And captures the attention of Ansel Cassadian, the most powerful Sumrect in a thousand years. Strangely, he seems to know everything about her difficult past—a past that holds the key to her future.
As evil threatens to destroy all she holds dear, Dawn must reawaken the Eye of Elektron in time to free the humans and save the Sumrect who risked his destiny to protect her.
*Content Warnings: The book contains no cursing or sexual content beyond light kissing. There is mild violence involved in the fighting scenes, but nothing too graphic and inappropriate for young adults.
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