Elevation of Mana | Podium Audio

Elevation of Mana

Elevation of Mana

Book 1

By: Wandering Agent

Performed by: Gary Furlong

Released: April 30, 2024

Language: English

Format: Single Narration

Duration: 09 hr, 27 min

When a college student takes a shortcut through the woods, he discovers a strange new world, in this Melody of Mana prequel series. 
Heading home after a long day of classes, tech student Justin takes a little-used path through the woods. But when he stumbles unexpectedly, he rolls downhill and into the challenge of a lifetime. Faced with exotic, glowing plants he’s never seen before and a luminescent pool of crystal-blue water that exerts a frightening pull over him, he’s literally reborn in a rough, raw landscape—in a time before history began . . .
Reduced to a helpless child but somehow retaining his adult memories, Elian—as he’s now known—must come to know the family that has claimed him, all the while learning a strange new language and the culture of this foreign land, where he must survive until he can attempt to return home. But most importantly, he must master the light that surrounds him, an exhilarating magic called mana that will shape his future, if he’ll only grow up.
Through concentrated apprenticeship and some calamitous mistakes, Elian will finally become a young man again. And just in time to help his people face a dangerous force that threatens their small kingdom.
The first volume of the hit progression-fantasy series—with almost 300,000 views on Royal Road—now available on Kindle, Kindle Unlimited, and Audible!



Wandering Agent

Wandering Agent is the North Carolina–based author of the Melody of Mana series as well as other fantasy and isekai stories.



Gary Furlong

_Gary has narrated over 120 books spanning various genres. He is the recipient of an AudioFile Earphones Award and ABR Audibook Listener Award. He specializes in accents and dialect, with fluency in Irish, British RP, and Standard American. He now lives in Texas with his wife and their golden retriever called "Gansey," which means "Sweater" in Irish Gaelic._