New Young Adult Novel Opens Window into the Unseen World

Nov. 14, 2014

Liberty Mountain Publishing recently released a new fiction novel for the young adult (YA) audience. “The WordCasters,” written by current Liberty University student Kevin A. Elliott, tells the story of a boy named Timothy Walker, who discovers that his perceived learning disability is actually a gift that could save humanity.

Timothy is struggling at his new school when a teacher realizes that, rather than a learning disability, Timothy has a talent that few humans possess — he is an “Unclaimed Summoned” with the power to influence a war that rages on unseen. While Timothy wants to be left alone, forces on both sides are committed to recruiting him. Will Timothy rise to the challenge, or will he reject his gift and stay out of the war?

Although it is written for young adults, “The WordCasters” can be appreciated by audiences of all ages. It is available at Amazon.com and BarnesAndNoble.com.

About Kevin A. Elliott
Kevin A. Elliott is a writer, game designer, artist, musician, swordsman, actor, and cook. He currently owns a small game development company, Collide-O-Scope Edutainment, and lives and works in Erie, Pa. Kevin has a B.S. in Psychology and is working on an M.A. in Human Services Counseling through Liberty University.

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