• The Eternity Elixir

  • The Potion Masters, Book 1
  • By: Frank L. Cole
  • Narrated by: Michael Crouch
  • Length: 7 hrs and 19 mins
  • 4.6 out of 5 stars (829 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

Twelve-year-old Gordy Stitser is one of the few people who knows the truth about the secret society of potion masters, because not only is Gordy's mom on the Board of Ruling Elixirists Worldwide (BREW), but she has also been training Gordy in the art of potion-making. 

Gordy is a natural, and every day he sneaks down to the basement lab to invent new potions using exotic ingredients like fire ant eggs, porcupine quills, and Bosnian tickling juice. 

One afternoon, Gordy receives a mysterious package containing an extremely rare potion known as "The Eternity Elixir." In the right hands, the Elixir continues to protect society. But in the wrong hands, it could destroy the world as we know it. 

Now, sinister potion masters are on the hunt to steal the Eternity Elixir. It's up to Gordy, his parents, and his best friends, Max and Adeline, to prevent an all-out potion war.

©2018 Frank L. Cole (P)2018 Blackstone Audio, Inc.

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Typical boy smarter than dad

I ended up turning it off after a frustrating couple hours. The book is made for kids, and so I suppose that's why the narrator pauses so long between each sentence. Even playing it at speed the pauses are a bit annoying. Then there's all the stupid things, like the kid seems to have more Street smarts than his dad, yet let's his friends do stupid dangerous things in his mom's lab. Make up your mind, does he have common sense or not? It's also annoying how slow minded his father is.
It's a book for kids... But not my kids, as a story that belittles parents is not the attitude I want my kids growing up with.

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AMAZING BOOK

I loved this book the concept and execution was amazing kudos to you frank l cole and Michael crouch was an amazing pick to read this I've never heard of him before this one but he mailed every moment of it!!

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Thoroughly Enjoyed It!

After listening to the intro, I thought it wasn't going to enjoy it. I am so glad I kept listening because this was a great great story.
I don't think you will be disappointed.

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The Eternity Elixir

This was a spellbinding story! I enjoyed listening to it with my 10 year old - she really liked it and as soon as it ended she wanted to know if there were more in the series. Michael Crouch does not disappoint in his delivery - a pleasure to listen to.

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fun!

looking forward to hearing book 2. great story and great narration. fun cliff hanger story

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A fun listen

I stayed up ALL. NIGHT. Listening to this book. If you like wizards an magic and potion brewing mixed with a little silly, scary, and all out just great then I recommend this book. There are some scary parts so no recommended for kids under 8. I hope if you get this you will have the same experience as me.

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Fun and unique

A fun and unique take on the magic genre. My daughter loved it. Michael Crouch was a wonderful narrator as well.

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Amazing story! Just a lot of breathing.

Loved this story! A really sweet and creative story. I only have two issues. There’s a lot of breathing in the recording, but that’s the fault of the editor not the narrator. Also I’m fairly certain Chicxulub is not pronounced that way. It probably wouldn’t bother anyone who didn’t already know though.

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Fun Adventure

I really enjoyed this one. it started slow but it picked up. I cared about the characters. Moving on to book 2 now.

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  • 04-19-22

Suspenseful!

I loved.it! Horror, adventure, a boy who's good at everything... Best book ever!! Aaaaahhhhhhh!!! Its really one of my all time favorites.

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  • Lance Michael Wilmott
  • 05-11-22

Slow to start but then gets going

This was slow to start with, but I stuck with it. And ended up really enjoying it and downloading the next book. The development of the characters built towards the end and it leaves you wanting to know what happens now.

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  • 04-20-22

good book but poor female characters

I really enjoyed the story however was frustrated at the female characters who didn't eat pizza and instead wanted salad etc