The Keeper

Cover Art by Amy Miskiewicz

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The Keeper is a stand-alone young adult fantasy novel about embracing your calling in life, and the struggle between personal dreams and sacrifice for the greater good.

Discover the fantastical, mysterious world of Eviryia…

The immortal Keepers have guided the destiny of Eviryia since the beginning. Through a careful selection process, and guided by the divine Architect, the Keeper of Ailenor must choose the True King by a single kiss, thereby bringing peace and protection to the kingdom during his lifetime. After years of fruitless search for a suitable candidate, Keeper Kayleigh closed Ailenor’s doors, giving up hope. But now, thirty-four years later, civil war is threatening to rip the kingdom apart. When young Galen survives a brutal attack on his village, and escapes to Ailenor, Kayleigh realizes something must be done. She and Galen set out on a quest to save Eviryia before it is torn apart by war.

Can a solution be found to prevent war from destroying the kingdom?
Will Kayleigh fulfill her destiny and find the True King?
Or will she fail, plunging Eviryia into an era of darkness?

This was a great read…It’s a standalone book and everything ties up nicely. There is a colorful cast of people that Kayleigh and Galen meet during their journey and the details and history are easy to follow and definitely enriching. All in all, The Keeper is a book I would recommend and I look forward to reading other works by Erin Phillips.

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