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The Secret of Shadow (Thunderstorm and the Elementals, #1)

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Thunderstorm & the Elementals, Book One: The Secret of Shadow is an exciting juvenile fiction, fantasy & magic story that pre-teens, teens, and adults will embrace. Charbroiling a cheerleader, twisting a tornado in history class, darting head-on into a Shadow-wing dragon named Drakyus...it wasn't exactly how Thunderstorm Valdar had pictured his first day at his new ...more
Hardcover, 230 pages
Published April 1st 2011 by Mbedzi Publishing
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Angie
Sep 26, 2012 rated it it was amazing
Shelves: fantasy, young-adult
Synopsis: "Thunderstorm & the Elementals, Book One: The Secret of Shadow is an exciting juvenile fiction, fantasy & magic story that pre-teens, teens, and adults will embrace. Charbroiling a cheerleader, twisting a tornado in history class, darting head-on into a Shadow-wing dragon named Drakyus...it wasn't exactly how Thunderstorm Valdar had pictured his first day at his new school, Paracelsus Academy. Thunder and his family had just relocated from Chicago to Silver Oak, a move he wasn' ...more
Nichole Davis
Jun 25, 2011 rated it it was amazing
This book was amazing. I loved the characters and the familiars. It ended with a mystery so I'm totally hoping book 2 will come out soon. And it's just really nice to see a book written about magic that doesn't involve wands and spells, or about extraordinary children who are still human, not vampires or were-wolves.

I think I really identified with Thunderstorm, the main character, because I was also a geeky/nerdy child growing up and he learns the value of real friends, not just ones that you c
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Have you read it yet? 1 1 Apr 11, 2012 11:02AM  
Who is your favorite character? 1 1 Apr 10, 2012 07:55PM  
What do you think your element would be? And by that token, what would your familiar be? 1 2 Apr 10, 2012 07:49PM  
A fun book about children who are elemental mages 1 1 Apr 09, 2012 05:19PM