Dragon Choir (Volume 1)
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Prepare yourself for a fantasy romp of epic proportions.
When the days stretch and the land bakes, dragons will again scour the sky. A city of bones and a city of gold plot against each other while the rebellion gathers strength. A young man is caught in a tempest of intrigue that will forge a new era of freedom, or forever scar the land. He must discover the secret of the Dragon Choir to save his father and end the stranglehold of an unforgiven nation.
Fast paced action sautéed in a deliciously immersive narrative style.
Intelligent storytelling will teleport you into a rich and expansive world of magic where two powerful cultures collide in a deadly dance of politics and espionage. Both must contend with the seasonal migration of dragons lusting for gold and a rebellion gnawing for an end to slavery. Sword and sorcery explode from the pages on an epic scale following the exploits of a young man with a bounty on his head, a beautiful assassin who keeps her secrets close and a feisty rebel general with a plan to topple his oppressors. Only one thing can bring them together. The Dragon Choir.
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of hooks launched from the water and lodged on the rails of Templestone and Fearless. Drakkin hauled out of the water and overpowered the marines patrolling the decks. A platoon of shankakin sprung from below the southern docks. They emerged from the water brandishing blades and ran up the gangplanks to assist the drakkin. The embedded crew on both galleons took their chance as Elrin had guessed, pitching in with the shankakin and drakkin, using makeshift weapons to subdue the marines and
The vendor walked out of the alley and onto Merchant Circuit proper. He looked up and down the road and returned with a knowing smile. “You’re set to go. Want the Good Mother for your travels?” “Thanks, but no. I don’t have anything to give.” Elrin shook his empty pouch to prove it. “If you’ve pissed off a guilder then you’re all right with me. See now, with no ink on you and none on me, we’re almost brothers.” “If it’s all the same, you keep it.” Elrin left the Ona statuette on the table.
me alive so far.” Delik collected the empty plates and stacked them on a side bench. “Only a fool trusts a smile alone.” The cottage lurched, sliding the plates towards the edge. Delik caught them before they fell to the floor while outside, Amber’s giggles bubbled though the air, propelled in a fit of hysterics. Hurn’s indelicate footfalls hurried to the centre of the deck, levelling the cottage again, but drawing loud protest from each timber that bore his weight. Elrin ran to the door just
guesthouse was moored. “What happened to you? You’re bone white.” “The man chased me,” Elrin gasped for air. “I thought I’d lost him after the fish mongers ... but he followed me into this ship ... It was too dark ... I got lost and I—” “Easy, lad! Take a touch to breathe. Let’s head back, I’ll put on a brew.” Elrin recounted his story inside the safety of the guesthouse as soon as his lungs allowed. Delik slapped the table. “So Kobb’s wrangled himself a griffon. What’s he up to?” “It was
were up to. The road cut around the foothills up into the mountains. The miles peeled away into late afternoon with only a trickle of late season merchants heading for Calimska. In places the surface was washed out and pot holed, making her lie about the rainy weather seem true enough. The drivers were thankful for her earlier advice and encouraged her to ride with the wagons for some conversation—and likely, the fair view. “Keep your eyes on the road fools,” shouted the guard sergeant, riding