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The Tempest of Eerikki - Book 1- The Panacea Quest - cover

The Tempest of Eerikki - Book 1- The Panacea Quest

Marieke Treloar

Publisher: Marieke J Treloar

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Summary

WHEN A TEMPEST IS MORE THAN A VIOLENT STORM 
When the touch of a demonic force starts to create imbalance, two great divine beings decide to create a cure.  A child aptly named "Tempest".  At fifteen cycles, her care is entrusted to the Sword Master of Eerikki.  His task is to train her to become an Elite Warrior in her own right.

Elite Warriors are renowned for their Immense Size, Strength and Battle Skills.  They are the best of the best and all sworn to the service of the Goddess and protectors to the realms of MarDav.

Tempest suddenly finds herself surrounded by other warrior trainees on the practice fields; only two challenges, she is neither 6ft, nor male. 

Tempest may have been gifted with immortal abilities but will she live long enough to control her immortal gifts and become an Elite Warrior.  Or will the Dark Lord Arawn and his mortal agents destroy "The Panacea" meant to bring equipoise back to MarDav?

"The Tempest of Eerikki" is the first book of The Panacea Quest Series of epic tale of battle-hardened warriors,
fanatical dishonoured zealots, divine
intervention and the coming of age of
the greatest gift.

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