A Winter Storm

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Caladonia was born from the innermost bowels of the earth. It was here a raging battle between good and evil was bitterly fought. None were left who could remember the battle, except for one. Tias, a wizard of old, learned of the struggle from his mentor. As he feels the evil growing around him, he is reminded of something his mentor had long ago said: This battle is not over. The next one will be much greater than this one was. You, Tias, will finish what I have begun. You are ...
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Overview

Caladonia was born from the innermost bowels of the earth. It was here a raging battle between good and evil was bitterly fought. None were left who could remember the battle, except for one. Tias, a wizard of old, learned of the struggle from his mentor. As he feels the evil growing around him, he is reminded of something his mentor had long ago said: This battle is not over. The next one will be much greater than this one was. You, Tias, will finish what I have begun. You are to be the creator of dragons.
When Tias is summoned to King Valcon's courtyard, he finds a giant beast sitting behind the King. One look at the beast sent Tias back to when he was young and the first time he seen a dragon. Tias could see in his mind of the beast and saw what he had destroyed so effortlessly. Tias now stands at a precipice, knowing what dragons are capable of doing.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781625106292
  • Publisher: Tate Publishing & Enterprises, L.L.C.
  • Publication date: 3/12/2013
  • Pages: 436
  • Product dimensions: 5.90 (w) x 8.70 (h) x 0.90 (d)

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  • Anonymous

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    The story is well-written and believable. It reminds us how abus

    The story is well-written and believable. It reminds us how abuse can damage for a long long time, perhaps forever. I wish the proof reading had been better as multiple errors detract the reader. However, having a relative who suffered abuse as a teenager and still struggles 30 years later, this story really spoke to me.

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