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Hunted - Tainted Elements #5

Alycia Linwood

Publisher: Alycia Linwood

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Summary

While the world is still reeling from Sophia’s announcement, Moira is trying to prevent a war between elementals and tainteds. But when Moira’s friends start to disappear one by one, she’ll have to find them and stop Sophia before it’s too late.



The clock is ticking…

The Tainted Elements series reading order: 
DIFFERENT (Book 1) 
INVISIBLE (Book 2) 
MONSTER (Book 3) 
CAPTIVE (Book 4) 
 

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