The Taylor Davis Series, by Michelle Isenhoff

 Taylor Davis and the Flame of Findul

TaylorDavis_FlameOfFindul_cover nookSometimes life gooses you when you’re not looking. You might be happily coasting through days in a little New Jersey suburb, dreaming about Jennifer Williams and making plans to see the new movie showing uptown when—bam!—everything changes in an instant. Your family moves overseas and suddenly you’re hacking at water demons with a four-foot blade.

Taylor Davis didn’t want to move to the Caribbean, and he certainly doesn’t want save the world. But when he’s sucked into a supernatural world of angels and their adversaries, that’s exactly what he must do.

The Flame of Findul–the sword that guards the Tree of Life–has been allowed to burn out. Taylor and his new teammates must relight it in the forge of Findul the firesmith before the tree falls into the wrong hands. But Findul hasn’t been seen for several centuries. And a formidable enemy, one who has eaten of the tree, stands in their way.

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 Taylor Davis and the Clash of Kingdoms

TaylorDavisBook2_cover_600x900Taylor Davis would get stuck with an archenemy
that won’t stay dead.

Taylor Davis is back, and he just can’t catch a break. Most of his friends only concern themselves with girls and grades, but he has to worry about retaliation from hellish warlords.

When three of his classmates succumb to a strange malady, Taylor becomes the target of irrational violence. Is it a coincidence, as Elena so firmly believes? Or could there be a more dangerous explanation?

The epidemic soon spreads to national leaders. Taylor and his team are called on to uncover the root of the problem before violence breaks out on a worldwide stage. Their quest leads them to the heart of Africa, to the underworld, and to a second encounter with an enemy who just won’t stay dead.

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Taylor Davis and the Quest for Quinset — planned
Taylor Davis and the Army of Black Death — planned

10 thoughts on “The Taylor Davis Series, by Michelle Isenhoff

    1. I’m glad you’re liking TD2! Halfway through, that means you should wrap it up about seven o’clock tonight, lol.

      Of course you made the page! I love that comment about the movie. I had to include it just in case, you know, a Hollywood producer would find his way to the page. 😉

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