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IJ Smitt By purplepuppy202 Updated 4 days ago

Five Elements.
One school.

In a world unknown to man, there is a place called Dimicel. Each person who lives here controls one of the five elements- air, fire, earth, animal, and water.

300 years ago Dimicel was ravaged by war, but now is a thriving and successful civilization. From ages 11 to 18, every child must attend Dimicel's School for Elements, where students live during the school year and go home for the summer.

Ramaya Naciat, an air element going into her fourth year of schooling, is expecting yet another boring, typical two semesters. She brings with her only a suitcase, her wits, and her strength (oh, and her little sister). The year unravels much differently than ones past, and Ramaya, her sister, and her friends will be tested, share laughs, shed tears, fall in love, and discover things hidden since times of war.

But one thing's for certain.

It will be one unforgettable year. 


Written collaboratively by Wien and Megan(purplepuppy202 and megamoo68)

RD_Engle25 RD_Engle25 Mar 24
Wow! Really cool! And I really like it so far, considering I'm also doing a book where people control the elements! And I'm still kinda new to this...
Weirdo_mayor Weirdo_mayor Apr 26, 2016
It reminds me of minecraft for all you nerds the boxes not story
cookiemonsterabby cookiemonsterabby Aug 01, 2016
Ok so you have me hooked, AND IT IS ONLY THE INTRO!!!! I'm so looking forward to reading this!!!
Ms-Awesome-Cookie Ms-Awesome-Cookie Feb 17, 2016
I don't know if you would see this but this is My third time reading and I'm still not sure how to pronounce some of the harder names like Wuma and Dicimel? I'm been saying Dicimel as Di-si-Mel
Sarosh2000 Sarosh2000 Feb 22, 2016
This sounds like a mix between Harry Potter, Divergent, Hunger Games, and Avataar the last airbender
Lucky_C Lucky_C Mar 27, 2016
Seemed? I'm probably looking to much into this word but still.
                              Does it mean some weren't?