A deep evil awakened.

An ancient power stolen.

The fate of the world at stake.

The Four Worlds Series is a collection of epic fantasy novels with enchanted weapons, magical powers, epic battles, deadly armies and a hint of romance. Grab your copy today and dive into an action-packed adventure.fourworldsboxed

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About Angela J. Ford

The Four Worlds Series was born out of a hyperactive imagination and a love of possibilities. I began to write the original books at the age of 12 and finished the series by the time I was 16. My goal was to lay the foundation for a new world with its own set of heroes, magical weapons, treacherous creatures, and fantastical lands. While the series is comprised of 4 core books, there are many adventures that take place within The Four Worlds Series. I hope you’ll enjoy whichever adventure you choose and come to understand the deeper, philosophical messages hidden in the pages of these books.

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