Finding it could cost them everything. Wielding it could mean their end.
It’s a secret lost in time, a myth among immortals, a relic of such power that vampires around the world have quietly harbored the hope that it doesn’t really exist.
It’s a mystery that Tenzin and Ben cannot resist.
But to obtain the Bone Scroll, they’ll need leverage over the most powerful and mercurial vampire in the known world. Saba, oldest of immortals and mother of the vampire race, has returned to her homeland in the highlands of Ethiopia, searching for the scroll with a cadre of elders. In order to outsmart them, Ben and Tenzin will need to walk a literal and figurative edge through a maze of vampire loyalties, shadowy motivations, and ancient secrets.
If Saba wanted them gone, she could command the earth to swallow them whole. But the mother of vampires is playing her own game, and both Ben and Tenzin are no more than pawns.
Can they outsmart and outmaneuver the most primeval beings in their race to find the Bone Scroll before it lands in the possession of those who care only for their own selfish gain?
The Bone Scroll is the finale of the Elemental Legacy series by Elizabeth Hunter, USA Today bestselling author of the Elemental Mysteries, the Irin Chronicles, and the Glimmer Lake series.
Wow! Another great adventure for Ben and Tenzin. Each adventure is always unique, and I loved seeing characters from the Elemental Mysteries like Saba. She was such a mystery, it was great to get more of her. No one does Vamps and mystery like Elizabeth! Can't wait to see what's next!
Brilliant, satisfying, exciting, and worthy of chef’s kiss
I love this book. After finishing, I immediately started back at the beginning to read again. Ben and Tenzin's relationship continues to develop in a very satisfying way. I loved the mystery and am intrigued by unexpected twist. The pacing is excellent, both with regard to the plot and the character development. I can think of at least five other things off the top of my head that I'd like to mention in my specific likes, but each one is a bit too spoiler-y. Elizabeth Hunter always delivers the best, but this time she delivered the best with bonus mention of The Repair Shop (the show is an absolute delight, just like this book).