Her power is unmeasured. Her abilities untested. Her destiny inescapable.
Faria Phiraco is a resonator, a manipulator of the elements via rare crystals. It is an extraordinary and secret power which she and her father, the Emperor of Xayall, guard with their lives. The Dhraka, malicious red-scaled dragons, have discovered an ancient artefact; a mysterious relic from the mythical, aeons-lost city of Nazreal. With their plan already set in motion, they besiege Xayall, pummelling the city to find Faria and rip more of Nazreal’s secrets from her.
When her father goes missing, Faria has to rely on her own strength to brave the world that attacks her at every turn. Friends and guardians rally by her to help save her father and reveal the mysteries of the ruined city, while the dark legacy of an ancient cataclysm wraps its claws around her fate… and her past. She soon realises that this is not the beginning, nor anywhere near the end. A titanic war spanning thousands of years unfolds around her, one that could yet cost the lives of everyone on Eeres.
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Author: Hugo Jackson
Category: YA Fantasy
Release Date: September 2013
Format: eBook (MOBI & ePUB)
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This coming-of-age fantasy epic offers a lot to like besides anthropomorphic characters. Likeable and relatable characters, heart-pounding action sequences, and a slow reveal of Eeres’ dark, convoluted history make this book a worthwhile read. Looking forward to the next book, if only to learn the fates of Faria and her intrepid band of fighters!
– Mark J. Engels, author of Always Gray in Winter
Legacy is very satisfying. Jackson brings a complex and colourful anthro world to life. His descriptions are full of lush detail.
– Fred Pattem, Dogpatch Press
I loved it! This book honestly gave me a huge nostalgia rush – a lot happens once things start rolling. […] A fun fantasy romp with a great cast of heroes.
– David Popovich, Bookworm Reviews (Youtube)