The King’s Scrolls

Hidden in the vast mining valley north of Valcré, a faithful crete has spent years sharing his knowledge with the destitute miners and their families and holds what may be Arcacia’s last surviving copies of the King’s Scrolls.

Following the harrowing events that brought them to Landale Forest, Jace and Kyrin have settled comfortably into their new lives and the mission of protecting those under the emperor’s persecution. The fast approach of winter brings with it the anticipation of a quiet few months ahead. That is until the arrival of four mysterious, dragon-riding cretes who seek aid in a mission of great importance—not only to their own people, but to all followers of Elôm.

Hidden in the vast mining valley north of Valcré, a faithful crete has spent years sharing his knowledge with the destitute miners and their families and is known to possess what may be Arcacia’s last surviving copies of the King’s Scrolls—the Word of Elôm. Joining the cretes, those in Landale must find the crete teacher and bring him to safety, but it is a race against time. Should Daican’s men find him first, execution and the destruction of the Scrolls is certain.

When disaster strikes, all seems lost. Could Elôm have a plan even in the enemy’s triumph?

Book 2 of the The Ilyon Chronicles series.

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Toi Thomas
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Nothing against this author, but I can’t read this book for a long while even though I like the premise. I need time to get over my bais. I’m tired of seeing the name Jace as main character. I’ve been hanging around too many YA blogs. Every other book featured has a handsome teenager named Jace in it. Anyway, I do like the cover.