Melinda VanLone.  Stronger Than Magic. Kindle edition. Free. Amazon
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Melinda VanLone. Stronger Than Magic. Kindle edition. Free. Amazon

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Found 26th Oct
Length: 398 pages.
Real page numbers that match the print edition.
(ISBN 098874550X).

Tarian Xannon fights demons like the rest of us.

This time, the demon just happens to be real.

Tarian Xannon stands to inherit the water artifact, one of four elemental objects that grants the user enormous power and responsibility. With it she'll lead the secret magical Society, hiding in plain sight in the modern world.

But when Tarian is blindsided by a demon-like creature who steals her blood, it launches a chain of events that marks the beginning of change for her family and the world.

As Tarian struggles to contain the chaos, her world unravels. Each step she takes makes things worse. In her quest to save her family, she might end up destroying the things she tries so desperately to protect.

Stronger Than Magic is the first book in the House of Xannon elemental magic series. If you like urban fantasy featuring strong women using magic, skill, and courage to save the world one catastrophe at a time, you'll love the House of Xannon.

6 Comments

A publisher that only has one author!

Anyone actually read this?

Original Poster

steve12214 h, 37 m ago

A publisher that only has one author!Anyone actually read this?


19 people have reviewed this book on Amazon. It received very positive reviews.

Pootled5 h, 13 m ago

19 people have reviewed this book on Amazon. It received very positive …19 people have reviewed this book on Amazon. It received very positive reviews.



If it's self published, and it looks like it is, then most of the 5 stars reviews are likely to be friends of the author. So they mean nothing.

steve122118 h, 11 m ago

If it's self published, and it looks like it is, then most of the 5 stars …If it's self published, and it looks like it is, then most of the 5 stars reviews are likely to be friends of the author. So they mean nothing.


Still, as it's free, it's gotta be worth a look, yes.

Original Poster

Gazz5911 m ago

Still, as it's free, it's gotta be worth a look, yes.


Exactly what I thought.
The reviews on Amazon are from people in England.
The Author is from Maryland. In my opinion they probably are genuine.
Only one way to find out if you like her books.
As you say, it's free.

Gazz5942 m ago

Still, as it's free, it's gotta be worth a look, yes.



Of course, anything free has to be worth a punt.

But I've read some truly awful self published work. But my standards are a bit high as I work for an author.
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