Where Dragons Lie
The Age of Kingdoms draws to a close as the southern races of Calasia extend their reach into the regions of Free Callibri, announcing the dawn of the Age of Fire. Follow the Chronicles of Calasia, beginning with, “Where Dragons Lie”, a tale of tragedy and triumph, and the birth of a life long journey of personal definition for the Hollow Man, on his quest to uncover the elusive secrets of his nightmares, and lost memories that may lead him down a path of no return. Across the Greensward Plains of Callibri and into the crowded city of Zelia, he discovers parts of himself beyond his control, as time moves at an increasingly slower pace the closer he gets to living out his dreams of terror. All in the making of a man, and the shaping of the World of Calasia.
Fire and Ice
The Ice Dragons have lived in solitude since the creation of the Great Coalition that brought about the end of the Thousand Year War, but something deep within the Blue Ice Mountains threatens the lasting peace. Dragon and Rider are separated by a force more powerful than even the Bonding, a force that promises a dragon’s most coveted desire, eternal life. But one will stand in the way. War looms once again between the White Dragons of the Blue Ice Mountains and the walking races of the Northern Tundra.
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01/20/2017 @ 8:10 am
Once I started reading Where Dragons Lie, I didn’t want to stop! I am truly impressed with not only the story but how well it was written. I am not one to read fantasy books usually but this one was an easy read all the while painting the perfect movie scene in my mind. Keep it going!
01/30/2017 @ 2:11 pm
Thanks, Donna. Glad you enjoyed the read! More to come.