Tevanon and Kensic: Turlot
At just thirteen-years-old, Tevanon is already highly skilled in swordsmanship, and his nine-year-old brother Kensic is mentally gifted. These attributes are useful, but the journey to Turlot will test not only their brawn and brains, but also their faith and tactfulness. The brothers learn quickly the world is filled with endless adversity. Treachery is in plain sight, evil sorcery is silently stirring, and an immortal army is lying in wait! If the brothers wish to survive, they must be vigilant, they must be brave, and they must believe in themselves.
The City of Bazzare may appear normal, but beneath the normalcy, there lurks a largely unknown world that is limited only by an individual’s unwillingness to believe in weird science and the supernatural. Twelve-year-old Bobby Massey is a believer and he wants to know all the secrets of his home town, but all those secrets lead to something much larger than he ever could have imagined!
One year has passed since Team Bazzare battled to protect the city from the throes of the evil soul entity Burn Scare. And now, a new villain has risen. Actually, she’s an old villain, but now she’s getting serious about wreaking havoc in Bazzare. Gia Wentworth, mad with fury at the fact that Team Bazzare still exists, is set on destroying them at the same time that she takes control of the city. Allied with the boy genius, Thomas Fyence, and a slew of other freakishly powerful villains, Gia plots her revenge.
Louis and Cameron have been friends for a long time, and even though they often disagree, they always support each other, and they always have each other’s backs. But at the start of sixth grade, their friendship is on the verge of collapse because Cameron only cares about one thing, a cheerleader named Noel Anderson. As tempers flare and misunderstanding runs amuck, an instant rivalry is formed: Cameron vs. The Junior Lions. First, there’s a put down contest, then a jelly bean marbles match, and then a fight. In the midst of all this, Louis’ lunch is stolen and Cameron promises to find the thief. Unfortunately, he’s too distracted by Noel to stay focused on the case of the lunch thief, and Louis eventually grows tired of his friend’s broken promises. As Louis and Cameron’s friendship falls to pieces, new friends will emerge, rivalries will deepen, and an unexpected crime will result in differences being set aside to champion tolerance and doing the right thing.
Tevanon and Kensic
Imagine a map of one of your favorite places but with strange markings like those found on an ancient treasure map. Would you follow it? Louis and Cameron did.
Having just completed fifth grade, best friends Louis and Cameron can’t wait for their summer trip to Lake Oro Family Camp; one week of freedom to run wild in the great outdoors; an opportunity to explore anything and everything in their path. Oh sure, their parents and siblings are coming too, but they’ve developed a few clever tricks for escaping them if necessary. And those tricks come in very handy because when Louis finds a peculiar map of camp, he and Cameron can’t resist the temptation to follow it. The adventure they embark on, however, turns out to be a mystery, and the more clues they find the more dangerous it gets.