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The Secret Queen (The Empyrical Tales #3)

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In this third book of The Empyrical Tales, it is a year after the events of The Lost Queen. Zandria and her younger sister, Olena, seem to be growing apart.

But now, Olena has mysteriously disappeared without explanation. To make things worse for Olena, she is having trouble with her magical abilities. With the help of an unusual bronze ring, Olena leaves the crystal Castl
Paperback, 214 pages
Published June 1st 2012 by Comfort Publishing
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The third installment in the Empyrical Tales, this book has the same sense of wonder that the previous ones do. Although the main character is a girl, this book, this entire series is a great read for adults as well.
The story begins where we left off, with Olena learning how to rule her kingdom, how to get her magic to do as she wants. We get a sense, however, of her restlessness in her situation, which leads her to seek out an adventure of her own. We get to meet three new and fascinating chara
Mark Miller has created an amazing new world in his Empyrical Tales series. The Secret Queen is the third book of the series. I am so impressed with this author and the new world he has created for our entertainment. Young and young at heart will all treasure this book. When Mr. Miller mixes reality within the story by bringing in a dinosaur race from an unexplored portion of this world, it makes the story just that more delightful. I am loaning a teacher friend my copy of this book so so she ca ...more
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“The Secret Queen” by Mark Miller is Book III in “The Empyrical Tales” series. It follows “The Fourth Queen”, Book I, and “The Lost Queen”, Book II. Coming soon is “The First Queen”, Book IV.

While it would probably make more sense to read the books in order, I found “The Secret Queen” to stand-alone quite well. There were a few names and incidents mentioned that meant nothing to me, but they did not detract from the flow of the very engaging story.
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A Kansas Native, Mark currently resides in Florida with his wife and four children. Since moving to Florida, he has pursued a lifelong aspiration of becoming a published author. He believes he has always been a writer and strived to follow in the footsteps of his namesake, Mark Twain.

His education started early as his father was a newspaper writer, editor and photographer for both the Kansas City
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