In the sequel to Toxic, Kai battles Seekers and Unwanteds alone, desperate to save his family from Belial's evil schemes. Lizzy attempts to save a friend from death with help from two strangers, and Taryn wrestles with the desire to use magic when he knows that it is wrong.
“Having enjoyed Toxic so much I wasn’t sure if Rancid would be as good, but this Christian fantasy sequel is better! The even-more-developed characters from Toxic continue their incredible adventure along with a few new characters (not all human) and I found myself caught up in how each person would overcome their personal trap. The biggest mystery that starts at the beginning is carried throughout the book and I was truly unable to determine how it could possibly be solved! The message that this book conveys with what can turn rancid in our lives is all too timely in our current society. I highly recommend this book to anyone from age nine to ninety!” Laurie Penner
Pack your bags for a return trip to Eltiria! Kai battles Seekers and Unwanteds alone. Lizzy attempts to save a friend from death with help from two strangers, and Taryn wrestles with the desire to use magic when he knows that it is wrong. Adventures await you…if you survive.
However, the Federal Department of Adventure strongly encourages travelers to bypass Eltiria even though the advisory warning for the water has been updated to Cautionary. The Department orders anyone who travels there to maintain the strictest caution toward all citizens of Eltiria, even those who at first appear friendly. Wickedness is cleverly disguised behind an exterior of righteousness. The FDA has stated that dangers include but are not limited to the lack of food, inescapable traps, and the lines between good and evil becoming blurred.
“I was so excited to read this sequel and have to admit that I couldn’t put it down. It’s full of adventure, good vs bad, and impossible situations. l really appreciate that it is a clean read and appropriate for teens or young adults. I highly recommended this book, especially for parents looking for an exciting read with Christian beliefs for their teens.” Childe