Airion: Return to Zire [B1]

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Story Synopsis

Aside from his outward appearance, Kobi is a normal thirteen-year-old boy. Living with his mother, his father, and his identical twin brother, Raili, with whom he spends most days at the cove watching dolphins and whales feed, he is happy with his life just the way it is. But his fourteenth birthday is coming and Kobi has no idea how much his life is about to change.

When Raili is pulled through a puddle in the floor of their second floor bedroom by a monster armed with poisonous, spiked tentacles, Kobi goes in after him. What he finds isn’t Raili, but a new world all together, buried beneath the ocean. With a bounty on his head that has been there since he and Raili’s birth, Kobi will have to learn to fight or die before he can be reunited with Raili again. Everything he knew to be true was a lie.

People he loved and trusted are not who they seem. He isn’t the normal boy he thought himself to be. A transformation is coming. Raili is gone. Blood is shed. Traitors lurk, waiting for their chance. War is inevitable. The fate of the world of Airion rests in his hands. The Wise One speaks. Failure is certain.

Story Details

  • Genre(s): Coming of Age, Fantasy, Young Adult
  • Tags: Identical Twins, Monsters, New World
  • Length: Novel, Part of a Series
  • Content Rating: Suitable for all Ages

About the Author

pic-JSCouncilAlthough J. S. Council didn’t fully commit to making writing her life’s work until her sophomore year of college, she has always been a writer at heart. After Council graduated from the University of North Carolina at Wilmington with a degree in Creative Writing – Fiction she lived in Japan for two and a half years, learning Japanese, writing, and teaching English to students of all ages. She wrote most of her debut novel, Airion: Return to Zire and all of her second novel Airion: Light and Dawn – the first two of a four book series – while she lived over seas. Japan was a peaceful place to just sit and write, but life in Japan was also filled with adventure. However much she loved it there, she had to return home to do what she loved most. Write.

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