The evil wizard Soldrin and the monstrous creatures who do his bidding have taken control of the Kingdom of Ashmirl. They must be stopped!
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Bonnie Raymond Books
AVAILABLE IN HARDCOVER & PAPERBACK: The peaceful Kingdom of Ashmirl has been taken over by the evil wizard Soldrin. The rightful King and his heir have been captured and imprisoned in the dungeon deep beneath the castle walls. Soldrin has sworn to keep them prisoner until the great book of "The Elven Chronicles" is turned over to him. The Elven Chronicles holds the secret of the Portal to Forever and must not fall into the hands of anyone who would use it to gain power and domination over others. The wizard has unleashed hoards of demons, trolls, gargoyles and other monstrous creatures on the kingdom to kill and destroy at will until the Chronicles are turned over to him. Prince Leerec, younger son of the King, is brought back from the human world to defeat this threat to the kingdom and restore his father to the throne. When Prince Leerec falls victim to an assassin’s murderous attack, his son and daughter are also transported from their home in the human world to use their special powers to save his life and find a way to defeat Soldrin and his evil army. The children journey across the kingdom to find the ancient dragon Falon to enlist his help in destroying the demon Groz who serves the Wizard Soldrin. In their travels they becom acquainted with many of the amazing creatures and places to be found in their father’s elven world which now, so desperately, needs their help.
For a while, all was still as the dust and debris settled. Slowly, out of the rubble emerged the frightening countenance of the demon, Groz. As he rose to his full height, he stood about fifteen feet tall with large curving black horns protruding from each side of his head. His hide was dusty gray with curly black hair across his chest and back and thick black fur from his waist to his two cloven hoofed feet. His tail was long and thin with a dangerous looking barb at the end.
His eyes burned red like hot coals above his bull-like black nose. Large, goatish ears flicked back and forth, listening as he surveyed his surroundings. His gaping mouth was filled with long, razor sharp teeth which were dripping blood and flesh.