The Crystal Chronicles

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The Human Race Is In Danger

Sixteen-year-old Alyssa Brooks is a high-school outcast who doesn't realize that she's living in a world where magic is very real and a dire threat to anyone not possessing the power to harness it.
But everything changes when Alyssa moves into Magnorium, a school for strange supernaturals called Elementals. As Alyssa adjusts to this new life, she learns of the Society, a powerful group of Elementals dedicated to cleansing the earth of its mortal population.
Alyssa soon discovers her own truth and power and becomes something greater than she could have imagined – or the Society could have feared. As the only ones brave enough to stop the Society, Alyssa and her three friends set off on a journey, with the future of humanity hanging in the balance. Will Alyssa be strong enough to carry the burden of the world, or will she break under the strain?

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4 reviews
Willie Jackson
October 31, 2019
Fun to follow and easy to keep up. Nice pace.
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Neeraj Aggarwal
April 27, 2017
Great book. Even better author
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Rosemary Vu
December 4, 2017
Itz beautiful. Itz miraculous. Itz magical. Itz heaven
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About the author

Alessia Dickson is the author of The Crystal Chronicles series. She lives in Toronto, Ontario, where she is hard at work on her next book. To learn more about Alessia, visit her website at

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