Obsidian Series Books
The Labyrinth Wall (Book 1)
The Book Summary:
* An Epic Young Adult Fantasy Book *
Araina’s isolated teenage life is forever altered when she witnesses a man emerge through a rippling wall into the dark labyrinth she calls home. As a result of the stranger’s arrival, Araina’s Creators have unleashed a series of magical attacks using the labyrinth against its inhabitants. Now Araina must decide if she will trust potentially deceitful allies in order to reach safety on the other side of the labyrinth wall.
The Labyrinth Wall is the magical tale of a young woman who discovers that although labyrinth walls confine her and her enemies try to repress her, the power of hope could set her free. An Amazon Best-Seller, 5 Star Reader’s Favorite rated, Dante Rossetti Award Finalist book for teens and adults alike, The Labyrinth Wall hit #2 on Goodreads First Person Fantasy Sci-Fi list and has appeared on media sources such as World News, the Tallahassee Democrat and Tallahassee Magazine. Sean Astin from Lord of the Rings, Goonies and Rudy even has an autographed copy (click here to see his tweet)!
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The Haunted Realm (Book 2)
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The Haunted Realm Book Summary:
The Haunted Realm is the thrilling sequel to Young Adult Fantasy novel The Labyrinth Wall (Tweeted by Sean Astin from Lord of the Rings, Dante Rossetti Award Finalist, 5 Star Reader’s Favorite Rated and Amazon Best-Seller).
In this riveting continuation of the story, Araina again faces a series of seemingly impossible magical obstacles. As Araina and her friends search for answers about their Creators and their magical labyrinth world, their journey becomes rife with peril when Araina falls victim to illness. Despite heart-pricking losses in the labyrinth swamps, vengeful ghostly attackers in the Blinking Willows, and many other dangerous obstacles, Araina is determined to succeed. If Araina can’t solve the mysteries of the haunted realm and find a cure for her sickness, she and her friends may never escape the labyrinth, or even live to try.