This is the fourth episode of the African Elementals series.An ancient evil is drawn to the shores of America where good people have forgotten their history, power, and strength.When Shania Moore s dreams of a serial killer draining the souls of African American girls in a bizarre ritual turn out to be real, she knows her daughter with an unusual ability is in danger ShanThis is the fourth episode of the African Elementals series.An ancient evil is drawn to the shores of America where good people have forgotten their history, power, and strength.When Shania Moore s dreams of a serial killer draining the souls of African American girls in a bizarre ritual turn out to be real, she knows her daughter with an unusual ability is in danger Shania packs up everything and flees from Detroit to Atlanta She doesn t know that strength will be found in the arms of the white man whom she had lied to and left at the altar ten years earlier.Deacon Kilgore does not know he s a descendant from a Norse god and that he s a guardian for an ancient African goddess When his beautiful ex girlfriend shows up, he almost walks away She had broken his heart and lied to him about aborting their baby But when he sees the sweet spirited young girl with violet eyes reminding him of his dearly departed mother, he can t help but defend them both Can he forgive the woman who ripped his heart out There s than their daughter s life at stake If Shania and Deacon fail to thwart the ancient evil, the very fabric of existence as they know it will be destroyed.
Rise of an African Elemental A Dark Fantasy Novel This is the fourth episode of the African Elementals series An ancient evil is drawn to the shores of America where good people have forgotten their history power and strength When Shania Moore s dr
I loved Rise of an African Elemental and the only reason why I haven’t given it five stars is in case there is another book in the series which I like even more than this one. It is an extremely well structured and well plotted novel and there isn’t a dull moment. It is full of unconventional and interesting characters. My favourite character is Stacey, and although I should be sympathetic to her plight, it’s just giving me way too much entertainment. This book isn’t for the faint of hea [...]
Rise of an African ElementalThis is a confusing, sad book. I see so many twisted lives. The people seem to both cherish their young and then actually use them, to the point of taking their young lives. For what?? Power .ems to be the answer. Control over the lives of others. The tale brings in so many ancient beliefs from their AFRICAN HERITAGE. The beliefs in so many gods and entities who will ask for I and require BLOOD. NOT JUST BLOOD , BUT THAT OF INNOCENT CHILDREN. I HOPE THIS IS ALL FABRIC [...]
A great story, and I'm anxious for Mark of an African Elemental to come along now. I appreciate that Shania is a DV survivor and that this is taken seriously as a part of her character, and I also appreciate that McCalla included discussion questions at the end of the novel to get people to think more critically about the story rather than passively absorbing the narrative.
Frustratingly good. This book is frustratingly good in that the main character is just such a weakling! She literally drive me to drink. I had to put the book down several times because of it. Which really speaks to the writer's power. Compelling storyline and fast but frustrating action is there in spades. I'm going to see if the next installment is available right now.