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Sky Raiders is the first book of the Five Kingdoms series and was released on March 11, 2014. It is succeeded by Rogue Knight. Its events take place mainly in the kingdom of Sambria and partially in Earth.

SummaryEdit

Book SummaryEdit

Cole Randolph goes trick or treating with his friends Dalton and Jenna and some other sixth graders to a haunted house, just wanting to have some fun. There the group is kidnapped, except for Cole because he hides under some bundled up curtains, and taken away. Cole follows them, wanting to rescue his friends, only to find himself and his friends in the Outskirts, an in-between place far from Earth.

He attempts to rescue his friends but ends up enslaved and sees a creation made by a powerful shaper by the name of Liam but is unfortunately quickly sold after to the Sky Raiders. There he helps them raid strange floating castles, filled with deadly danger. While on a mission, his party is deceived by Lyrus, and he is stranded with a slave girl and her mentor, both of whom are shapers. The mentor dies creating a craft to take Cole and Mira back to the Sky Raiders.

After returning, an army from the High King, Stafford, comes to take Mira to Junction, the capital of the Outskirts. Cole, Jace, and Twitch help Mira escape. They pass through the Eastern Cloudwall and discover a hidden castle which is the home of Declan, the Grand Shaper of Sambria, along with Asia, a harsh shaper, Jamar, a shaper too interested in pleasing others, and Liam, the most gifted but the least serious among the three, who all serve Declan. Cole, Jace, and Twitch learn that Mira is actually the High King's daughter whose power had been stolen by the High King but is now slowly returning.

Aided by Liam, Declan, and Asia they set off to capture Mira's power, which has formed itself as Carnag. They find Carnag and Liam appears and defeats it after they fail. Liam then defeats the shapecrafter Quima, learning that there is an order of shapers working to conquer the Five Kingdoms.

After being intercepted by an ally, Mira decides to go to Elloweer to help her sister Honor.

Chapter SummariesEdit

See Book 1: Sky Raiders—Chapter Summaries.

CharactersEdit

See Book 1 Characters.

TimelineEdit