The Last Great Wizard of Yden has been reconfigured to contain the prequel as well as the original novel, in Parts I and II.
After Kira is poisoned by an enemy, the fiercely independent young warrior will eventually succumb to enslavement unless she finds a cure. At the same time, she’s desperate to save Dorsit, a Leopard Clan wizard whose life energy has been drained by Efysian, a murderous wizard on a rampage. As Kira’s homeland is invaded by bloodthirsty legions, she flees across the country in a bid to reach a legendary cure. (Part I)
Seeking to feed his addiction to life energy, Efysian of the Wolf Clan travels across dimensions to kidnap Jon’s father–a Dragon Clan wizard who fled to Earth. Although Jon vows to mount a rescue, he’s woefully unprepared to do battle. Can a high school kid from California survive long enough to outwit the most evil wizard the magical world has ever known, or will Efysian add the young Dragon Clan wizard to his gruesome collection of trophies? (Part II)
As Jon’s formal magical training begins, his budding romantic attraction to Kira jeopardizes his relationship with Brett. At the same time, the Dragon Clan is bringing the Earth-born children of Yden’s wizards back home. Unfortunately, the Fox Clan has also been recruiting these teen wizards for its own sinister plans. The mysterious Guinn of the Fox Clan is searching for a weapon known as the Portal Key and is more than willing to kill for it. Jon becomes increasingly desperate and reckless in his quest to thwart the Fox Clan, but he discovers—too late—his enemy is closer than he thinks.
As Jon begins his final year in high school, he and his friends are focused on the future. Unfortunately, a past skirmish on Yden is still having repercussions. Bailey of the Shark Clan is out for revenge, and he has secret support on the Executive Council. Worse, time is stopping on Earth for increasingly long intervals, and only Jon is unaffected. Unfortunately, the search for answers uncovers an ancient prophecy that spells his doom.
For now, the Yden Collection and all three e-books in the trilogy are in the KU program, so members can read them for free. To buy, click the e-book titles to go to Amazon. (Psst…The Yden Collection is discounted from the cost of purchasing all three titles separately).