Ultimate YA Fantasy Book Bundle
Ultimate YA Fantasy Book Bundle
Ultimate YA Fantasy Book Bundle
Ultimate YA Fantasy Book Bundle
Ultimate YA Fantasy Book Bundle
Ultimate YA Fantasy Book Bundle

Ultimate YA Fantasy Book Bundle

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Romantic epic fantasy with royalty, political intrigue, elemental magic, and swoon-worthy enemies to lovers.
Plus, a fast-paced dystopian series filled with deadly illusion games inside ancient catacombs, slow burn romance, and found family.

This giant eBook bundle includes 6 full-length books, plus 2 FREE eBooks. Not a typo! 8 books total in this adventurous Ultimate YA Fantasy eBook Bundle.

TWO YA Fantasy series for one low price! Offer not available anywhere else!

⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ “The world building is fantastic, and the main characters draw you in and become like old friends." —Review for The Elements of the Crown

Readers love The Elements of Kamdaria for its morally gray characters, secrets and betrayal, and slow burn romance. Don't miss the thrilling adventure, feisty heroine, and journey of self discovery in the Truth Seer Trilogy.

SYNOPSIS FROM BOOK 1: The Elements of the Crown

The first book in a brilliant epic fantasy series about a young woman who goes from having nothing to fighting for everything. Perfect for fans of Throne of Glass.

★★★★★ "Wow! This is an action-packed novel with well-developed characters, a slow-burning enemies to lovers romance, and an interesting plot with a ton of twists and turns. I found it hard to put down. An exciting and immersive fantasy!" —Julie

★★★★★ "A bit of Airbender, a bit of Hunger Games. Some crazy plot twists I was not expecting but made sense when I looked back. I’m really enjoying Moody’s writing style!" —Kelsey

She wasn’t supposed to become so powerful.
She wasn’t even supposed to survive.

In an empire divided into three rings, Talise is from the lowliest and most dangerous outer ring. To escape that life, she just has to do three things.

1) Attend an elite academy for manipulating the elements of water, air, earth, and fire.
2) Become the most powerful student in her year.
3) Prove her magic is the best in a competition in front of the emperor himself.

Everything goes according to plan until a handsome and rich young man shows up with just as much skill as her.

She has to win. She has to hate him.

But when the competition falls apart, the emperor forces them to work together instead. Their growing attraction only distracts them from dark truths that the empire has hidden for too long.

Secrets lurk in every shadow of the palace, hiding a conflict that sits on the brink of war. But Talise has secrets of her own. Secrets that could destroy her.

A war is coming. Talise can only hope she’s powerful enough to meet it.


The Elements of Kamdaria

✅ 1: The Elements of the Crown
✅ 2: The Elements of the Gate
✅ 3: The Elements of the Storm
✅ 0: Winds of Flame (BONUS PREQUEL STORY)

Truth Seer Trilogy

✅ 1: Truth Seer
✅ 1.5: Sound Seer (BONUS STORY)
✅ 2: Healer
✅ 3: Truth Changer

Over 2,400 pages of epic YA fantasy adventure.


★★★★★ "I absolutely love this book. I haven't read anything like it. This book is full of mystery, adventure, suspense and so much more. It kept me captivated from the first page through the last and left me wanting more!" —Sherri

A young woman with a unique power. Four innocent people abducted.
If she can't get through the dangerous illusion games, her sister will pay the ultimate price.

Not even the truth will set you free in a world of lies.

It’s 2121, and Kenyan-born Imara is a human lie detector, making her valuable and dangerous—but most of all, cynical. One can only take seeing the swirling colors of deceitfulness on others for so long.

When her sister is taken hostage into the depths of Egyptian catacombs, only the power to see the best in others can set them both free.

In this intriguing and fast-paced dystopian tale, a high-tech future collides with an ancient past. Enjoy a world that yields heroic and flawed characters and demands a painful sacrifice.

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What Readers Say:

⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ “The story is absolutely immersive from the beginning to its intriguing end; and with a fiery determination, Talise is someone you can’t help but root for.” —Review for The Elements of the Crown

⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ Truth Seer introduces you to a future world where technology has advanced and people have developed extraordinary gifts. Imara is blessed with the rare gift of being able to see the truth, but rather than feel it is a gift, Imara feels it is a curse. Knowing when someone is lying doesn’t make you friends. It doesn’t make you trust easily either.” —Review for Truth Seer

⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ Elemental magic, magic trials, a masquerade ball, and an enemies to friends to lovers plot? Yes please!” —Review for The Elements of the Crown

Excerpt from Book 1: The Elements of the Crown

The wooden door slammed shut, locking Talise in the antechamber with the young man who had sent her there. “Please,” she said, slamming a fist against the thick wood so the guards outside would hear it. “Somebody has to listen.”
“Disrespecting your elders now, are you?” Aaden said. He leaned against the stone wall with one shoulder, still wearing his ridiculous smirk. “Welcome to the dark side.”
“How could you?” she said, grabbing his shoulders and slamming them against the wall. “Do you have any idea what you’ve done?”
He used one finger to push her away. “What I did?” he asked, raising an eyebrow. “What about what you did?”
She growled at him in response.
Folding his arms over his chest, he leaned toward her until his face came dangerously close to hers. “I deserved a chance to win just as much as you did. I needed this.” Without warning, he turned away from her and punched the wall so hard, the stone seemed to crack on the inside. “I really needed this.”
“So did I,” she said. But it seemed weak compared to his argument. His whole body was alive with passion. It came out as rage, but there was something deeper to it she could just barely discern. His whole body rocked as if he had just lost the only thing that had ever really mattered.
They stared at each other for a few seconds as understanding seemed to ignite between them. Both of them had lives so much deeper than the other person knew. They’d gone to the academy together for a few months, but they’d never really known each other in the least. In this one moment, their souls seemed to communicate to each other how important this competition was.
“I can’t go back to where I used to live,” she whispered. “I can’t.”
He glanced at her, but then he quickly looked away. Then he did it again a second time while the tips of his ears turned red. “I’m sorry about your crown,” he said. Then he reached out to her and brushed his thumb over her forearm.
Her body jolted as she instinctively pulled away. “Your skin is hot.”
“Yeah.” He ran his fingers through his hair with a lopsided smile. “Manipulating fire does that.” His spine straightened as he looked her in the eye. “It didn’t burn you, did it?”
She shook her head quickly from side to side, since she had apparently lost the ability to form words. Her skin bristled where he had touched her. On the inside, sparks went through her unlike any kind of fire she had felt before. This flame had nothing to do with manipulating elements and everything to do with touch. His touch. She tried to shake the thought away as he tucked his hands into his pockets.
His eyes lifted at the sound of her voice. A trance seemed to come over him as he stared back at her. He seemed less interested in her eyes and more interested in her lips where his name had escaped.
“Tell them what you did,” she said. “Tell them you melted my crown, and then I’ll be able to leave the Storm and live at the palace.”
The trance lifted as Aaden took a step back. “No,” he said. He turned away from her and said it more forcefully. “No, I’m sorry, but I can’t do that.”

Customer Reviews

Based on 56 reviews
Review for The Elements of the Storm

The Elements of the Storm contains the last four books of the series: Water Storm, Air Storm, Earth Storm and Fire Storm.
With this book our voyage through Kamdaria has reached the end 💔

These wonderful books were my companion for more than a year and I have to confess that I will miss Talise, Aaden and their friends ❤️

The last chapters show us what is happening with all the characters, even the little ones 😊. We find out how their lives are going to be and we get to see how great the love between Talise and Aaden is ♥️

Loved this entire series and highly recommend it. It's one of my favorites reads this year.
Beside a great story with people that have surprising abilities there is also a lot to learn about love, kindness and friendship ♥️

Review for The Elements of the Crown

I loved the story of Talise so far and can't wait read about her next adventures.
Util then I will stay inside covered with warm blanket and drinking a hot cocoa, reading again this wonderful book 📖☕😍

Review for The Elements of the Crown

Imagine a young teen growing up in the outskirts of society, which they call The Storm. While this is not explained, this section consists of the poorest tenements. Unlike her neighbors, her mother sacrificed so that Talise could eat and have the capability of wielding magic. Magic can be created with fire, water, air, or earth, but the elements only respond to people with the energy and time to spend learning it.

The description of the magic system and japanese-based society is wonderful. Talise’s situation is made more painful as she meets the other applicants competing to be the Mage for the Emperor. She can only escape the Storm if she wins; there is no other option. Somewhere in her past (perhaps her mom), someone gained a black mark and was banished to the dregs. Talise can only erase the black mark with utter excellence after 10 years of schooling. This is no easy task, and she unfortunately has to deal with privileged youths like Aaden....Aaden, whose aloofness belies his privilege.

Normally I don’t like to read about teenage angst, but this story is so well-rounded, I felt like I was on the boat reaching the new world for the first time. Yes, it felt like immigrants reaching America in colonial times. Conform to social rules or get the red A on your forehead...flashbacks to a haunting novel in school.

Aaden was not the upperclass snob you would expect. He was actually dealing with his own terror over the Storm, which might be his fate. But Talise is not the empathetic type of teen. She only sees her own needs, her own competitive control over the forms of magic. I just wanted them to cooperate.

lana turner
Review for The Elements of the Crown

Kamdaria is a land full of inequalities, stratified by regions known as the crown, where the rich dwell, the gate where the middle classes live and the storm where the poor and downtrodden and criminal elements try to survive. Talise is a young girl living in the storm, doing her best to survive with her marmie who looks after her. She has an ability, one never seen in the storm, that of a shaper, but she was not only able to shape one element as most shapers usually do but she could shape all four. Marmie was doing all she could to get Talise a chance to leave the storm forever by getting her accepted after testing into the academy. Of course she passed and was at the academy for the next ten years, hoping to be chosen as the master shaper by the emperor during the final competition. She had no competition to mention from the other students till Aaden arrived on the scene. He too could shape all four elements and he desperately wanted to be chosen even though he was from the crown. He was ready to sabotage Talise's efforts in order to win, however the emperor did not just choose for talent but also for honour. In the end they both were chosen but their trials were just beginning as they went to the palace and entered into a hive of political intrigue and dangers untold. The Kessogu, a terrorist group who had murdered all of the emperor's family years before were still trying to kill him and locate his heir to eradicate them too. Aaden was the son of the traitor who had provided the information which led to the murders, so Talise was loathe to trust him, however working together and with Aaden coming to her defence every time the emperor tried to put her down, they grew closer to one another. This book is packed with non-stop heart stopping adventure, political intrigue and danger, shaper powers, loyalty amongst friends and a blossoming love between our beloved characters who are both so courageous. I love that Talise is so idealistic and that even though the Kessugo are her enemy she still holds their ideals at heart and she is all set to save the people of the storm, since it was her experiences whilst living there that honed her, turning her into the fine woman who would have made her marmie proud. I cannot wait to continue reading book 2 in this totally captivating series.

Review for The Elements of the Crown

This is the first book in the serie. It's totally amazing. I've started with a short excerpt/story in the beginning of book 2 and got addicted. I never read a book that could keep the suspense and the "guessing" for so long. Trying to figure out what the real agenda of each character is, is a total challenge. Even our heroine has well hidden secrets.
This four books are only the beginning of this epic adventure and I hope many more will come because the story is truly amazing.
Perfect for everybody, even for those that don't regard fantasy as their favorite.