Element Keepers: Whispers of the Wind

Element Keepers: Whispers of the Wind

ABOUT Elizabeth Marcellin

Elizabeth Marcellin
E.P. Marcellin attended Houghton College for a BA in Creative Writing with a minor in Art. She enjoys cooking, gardening, and artwork, when her little children give her the time. The growing family now lives in Canada, where her husband works as a commercial pilot.


Rhet guts fish for a living, content in obscurity until the day he is plucked from the wharves by nine exotic strangers and carted across the continent to a life-sentence of imprisonment. Though he has done nothing (as far as he knows) to warrant such capture, his captors are certain he will one day destroy the world if they do not prevent him.
Although it is true that Rhet discovers great powers, he is neither villain nor hero. He is unique in a world where some can pull threads of wind from the air and weave it to do their bidding; he can bring wind into being where there is none. But a quest for domination begins to unravel the very fabric of the world, destroying the balance that must be maintained. It only took one to start the spiral toward chaos, but one alone cannot save the world, no matter how great his power.
A new chapter in the story of the human race has begun. A slave will come to rule, a dockworker will meet his fate, and an unlikely group of companions will find themselves thrust to the forefront of the battle for life’s existence. And man’s future may be only Whispers in the Wind.
”It has been a long time since I’ve delved into this genre, but was caught by surprise this time; expecting something along the lines of a Tolkien or Lewis was somewhat accurate but it moves at a much faster pace. The brevity is quite refreshing as E.P. Marcellin writes, descriptively, just what is needed and nothing more, allowing the story to unfold quickly as each page turns. The characters adventures will stimulate your imagination and leave you wondering…”
Mark ( Hamilton, Ontario)

When a friend hands you a book and says that I am going to love it, I am skeptical to say the least.

I love to read and sometimes have 4 books going at once. Rare is the tome that I pick up and read straight through. “Element Keepers, Whispers of the wind” is one such book. The story lines are tight and precise and are woven in such a way that I did not wasn’t to stop reading. What happens next could not wait till the next day. Following Rhet in his awareness and awakening of his powers consumes the reader. I managed to stretch this book out over four days. It was tough not to read it in one sitting.

Now I want more from this new and entertaining author.

I rate it FIVE stars and a must read.
David Russell 

“I love it. It took me about four days, in which I was forced to sleep way less than normal because I couldn’t stop reading at night. A week ago, I attached no significance to words like Y’dah, Peteal, Soralin, Seatra, etc., and now they’re a permanent part of my brain!
I love this world and these characters you’ve created. I can connect with them” Sean, FL

“Amazing…I loved how the dialog was so believable. It wasn’t fanciful like many writers make it but very realistic and interesting. Oh and funny…I almost forgot funny.” Robbie, NY