The PureLights of Ohm Totem - Book I

The PureLights of Ohm Totem - Book I

ABOUT Brandon Ellis

Brandon Ellis
Brandon Ellis grew up on the outskirts of Portland, Oregon in a little town known as Gladstone, where he graduated high school and moved on to college and has two great loves in his life - writing and sports. 



Honorable Mention (4th Place) Cinda Publishing Global Book Contest 2013
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Global Ebook Award Nominee


Zoey and Coda are like everyone else in their small town of Gladstone, but that's about to change - forever.

Zoey has a dream, one that feels far more real than it should. A strange wolf with a beautiful violet crystal embedded in his forehead visits her. "Please help us," the wolf implores. "Remember, Zoey, who you truly are." Zoey wakes up, dismissing it as a silly dream. However, she soon realizes that it was far more real than she could have ever imagined.

Coda is Zoey's older brother. Like many boys his age, he has a craving for adventure and a loathing for his younger sister. He can't stand it that she constantly gets in his way, joining in on all his fun and ruining it during the process. And the worst, according to Coda, is that Zoey gets all of the attention from their parents. A big drag in his mind.

Then destiny arrives, one that Zoey and Coda must face together - if they want to survive.

Together, they journey to a place deep in the Cornell Forest, through a secret portal that leads them to an ancient world called Ohm Totem - to the place of the PureLights, the race beckoning for their help.

Caught between an age old war and finding their way back home, Zoey and Coda go on an amazing adventure, taking them beyond the veils, beyond everything they once knew and into the grasp of the unknown.

Brandon Ellis offers a captivating novel showcasing his creativity and ingenuity as a storyteller. He's an author to watch. The PureLights of Ohm Totem is Book One of an ongoing series. Book Two, The PureLights & the PureLight Order, is to be released on Amazon no later than July 30, 2013.

"One of the best books I have ever read, and probably the best I read so far this year." - Joana at Coffee Break
"Couldn't put it down! What a joyous read. 5 stars and I'd give it more if I could..." - Cal Garrison, editor of the Spirit of Maat Magazine

"I give this 5 out of 5...I highly recommend it." - Mindy Wall at Books, Books, and More Books.