‘Heroes of the Secret Underground’ reveals the ‘crack in everything. That’s how the light gets in.’ (Leonard Cohen).
Young people seek the light for the future because they are heroes. It is 2000. International Year of Peace. Louie is twelve. Lives with her brothers Bert named after Albert Einstein and four-year-old superhero Teddy, in the Majestic Boutique Hotel run by their Hungarian grandparents.
All seems peaceful, but there are dark mysteries.
The sudden appearance of the rose gold locket and a girl from the past opens the portal to a trail of secrets and lies, spinning Louie and her brothers into a world at war. Budapest 1944 where they meet their grandparents as children. In a breathtaking race for survival, they discover the meaning of the locket, secrets, heroism of the past.
They become heroes themselves, righting wrongs and bringing change to the present and future.
When the elemental powers of the seven nations come under threat Mai and Long are selected for an adventure.
They soon discover Akra, the Starchild, and alongside him, they battle the elements of nature, deadly creatures and the risk of starvation. The journey takes them far away from their appointed task.
A meeting with an earthfollower sets them on a new path where they must all find the strength to face a terrifying foe - a dementra from the underworld.
With a new addition to their journey, a young sealer boy, Mai, Long and Akra return to their chosen adventure.
The children quickly find themselves in a fight for their freedom. Their escape takes them to the land of Naroan. Now, the children are challenged with unravelling the mystery of the Silvershade.
This sets Long on a path to face the deadly power of the dark pebble from the underworld.
After escaping the attacking forces, Mai, Akra, Kalin must find a way to purge the evil that has consumed Long.
News of the underworld king is spreading, gloom and fear begins to sweep over the lands. The children’s future is once again full of danger as they travel over the harsh and unforgiving land of ice to healing stone.
But will they make it in time to save Long?
With a treacherous ice journey behind them and Long's health restored, Mai, Akra and Kalin must now find the falcon guard called Tupuck.
He is the only one who has the answers Akra now seeks.
Without knowing, the children enter the firerulers’ city right on the brink of a terrible civil war, spurred by slavery and fuelled by sorcery.
A disgraced assassin. A sinister plot. Will her one shot at redemption send her to the grave?
Dhani Karim is furious. Wrongfully expelled from the Imperial Assassins, the snarky killer is forced into a lowly unranked position in a remote desert colony, working with a guy who’s clearly damaged goods. And when they barely survive an attack on what should have been a routine assignment, she fears clearing her name could cost her life.
Struggling to navigate a land where she’s the only person who can’t wield magic, things get worse when she receives a death threat and her unwanted partner vanishes. But when the clues lead to a violent cult, Dhani finds herself in a race against time to stop a bloodbath that will consume thousands of innocent lives.
Can she expose a deadly conspiracy before it causes a massacre?
City of Whispers is the thrilling first book in the Imperial Assassin fantasy adventure series.
If you like kickass heroines, high-octane action, and off-the-charts snark, then you’ll love Katt Powers’ gritty tale.
Buy City of Whispers for a pulse-pounding page-turner today!