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Eternal Forest

(5th Compass #2)

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With two compasses in his possession, Daxton must go where no man dare tread

Daxton thought all his troubles were over when he set out in search of his birth mother and came into possession of another compass but he couldnt be more wrong. There are others in search of the same compasses he seeks but their reasons are completely different from his own.

Together with his
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Published by pd books (first published August 16th 2019)
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E.L. Drayton was born and raised in Bronx, NY. As the daughter of a former high school English teacher, she was taught how to read and write before she even started formal schooling. She picked up reading quickly and could understand books well beyond her age. Later, her passion for writing came as no surprise.

Ever since, she has spent countless years building a library of books from all sorts of
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