Clara Wu and the Final Battle: Book Four (Clara Wu Books)

Clara Wu and the Final Battle: Book Four (Clara Wu Books) by Vincent Yee 0985932066 9780985932060
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This is Book 4 of the exciting Clara Wu and the World of Azen series. Begin your adventures with Book 1, Clara Wu and the Portal Book, followed by Book 2, Clara Wu and the Jade Labyrinth, and then onto Book 3, Clara Wu and the Rescue.

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Clara Wu felt the weight in the pit of her stomach as her red crown crane, Shiori, flew toward the tall rocky reddish and orange Sky Pillars. It was the final battle against the Warlock's most powerful creatures and if she, Sung Kim, Yuka Satoh and Daniel Nguyen could just defeat them, Azen would be safe. Despite being victorious in the last three battles, she wondered why she couldn't shake off the looming doom.

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The clash of horns was cataclysmic between the armored water buffalos and the thick green hide of the Nians, spawned from the deepest demonic depths that the Warlock conjured them from. Clara sliced through the air atop her faithful crane as her eyes bulged as crimson-splattered-dust was violently kicked up into the air by pounding hooves. The tigers were gone, the cranes and eagles were powerless and the panda mounted defenses, though formidable, would not hold. She looked up and saw a tornado spiral to its full size as Yuka pointed frantically to Daniel. He directed a stream of fire into it just as the closest Nians were sucked up into the fiery tornado. Clara turned suddenly and saw Sung desperately sending down lethal icicles into the horde of Nians. There wasn't supposed to be so many of them and she had no idea how so many could have emerged from the canyon to confront the mighty water buffalos. Shiori, her trusty crane, banked hard and Clara leaned into the turn and she suddenly saw it. The reason why the Nians were able to amplify their ferocious onslaught. She directed Shiori toward the source as she loaded two green jade tipped arrows into the Bow of Destiny. She drew back and in that bated breath, knew it was Azen's only hope.

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An immersive epic fantasy steeped in Asian themes that will allow Asian American teens, children and even adults, to see themselves in story as heroes. A story aimed at better Asian Representation!

Author: Vincent Yee

Language: English

Binding: Paperback

Pages: 227

Publisher: Vincent Yee

Publication Date: 2022-08-30

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