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King of the Crags

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  • Posted January 8, 2011

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    Enthralling

    In the Realms, Prince Jehal has succeeded in achieving the first objective in his strategic plan. He has placed his lover Queen Zafir in charge of the hundreds of drugged brutally trained dragons and consequently their respective aristocratic riders. Everything came together except for that pesky white dragon who, if still alive, could destroy his plot to replace Zafir as the ruler of the realms; Jehal is unconcerned that if the freed beast attacks many will die.

    Snow the White Dragon is planning to liberate her peers. The task will be difficult as they are drugged but just like she telepathically linked to her master Kailin, she knows she mentally will reach the intelligent part of the dragons. Whole Zafir distrusts Jehal and prepares to prevent his coup d'état, exiled Princess Jaslyn and Hyrkallen the dragonmaster lead a counterinsurgency.

    The second Memory of Flames dark fantasy (see The Adamantine Palace) continues the brutal gruesome adventures in the bleak Deas Realms as this is no cozy. The story line is fast-paced with literal back-stabbing a normal acceptable way of life as alliances are temporary and fragile. Readers will appreciate soaring through the skies of the Realms as every free thinker has a deadly agenda with civilian (human and dragon) deaths an acceptable consequence.

    Harriet Klausner

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    Posted October 30, 2013

    LuckyShot to the cat

    "Let. Her. Go." He growled angrily and crouched, prepared to figt

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 30, 2013

    The cat

    Pads in and gently grabed her scruff, dragging/carrieing her to the nest.

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