Lair of the Deadly Twelve by David Alastair Hayden
(Storm Phase Book 2)

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STORM PHASEA teenage wizard burdened with a mysterious destiny, a cat-girl ninja he can't help but fall for, and a bat-winged daemon that doubles as a diary embark on a journey of self-discovery in a world teeming with monsters and magic. Perfect for fans of Percy Jackson and Avatar: the Last Airbender, this enchanting Asian-inspired fantasy series delivers fast-paced adventure for readers young and old.

Book Two: LAIR OF THE DEADLY TWELVEIf Turesobei thought becoming a hero would solve his problems, he was wrong, dead wrong.

When the young wizard joined his father on a quest for the Storm Dragon's Heart all he wanted was a bit of adventure and freedom from the pressures of being heir to the High Wizard. Now with war looming his clan sees him as a storm-powered super weapon, and expectations are higher than ever. But every time Turesobei uses his new powers, they threaten to overwhelm him. And the mysterious destiny hinted at by his bat-winged fetch draws closer every day.

Then he receives a bloodstained note from Iniru, the ninja cat-girl he couldn't help but fall in love with, and life gets really complicated.

Turesobei must choose, love or duty. The wrong choice may doom the world. But saving everything he cares for might mean losing himself.

About David Alastair Hayden

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David Alastair Hayden scribbles and podcasts tales of fantasy adventure for young and adult readers. He lives in Alabama, along with his delightful wife and three lovely cats. David studied history, literature, and religion at the University of Alabama. He practices Yang Taijiquan, and he enjoys playing and designing roleplaying games.David is also an avid collector of vintage manual typewriters, mostly from the 1950's. All his new fiction is now composed on these machines.
Published November 16, 2012 by Typing Cat Press. 230 pages
Genres: Science Fiction & Fantasy, Young Adult, Children's Books, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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