Book One: Dragon

Book One: Dragon

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by Rustin Petrae
     
 

I read Dragon and liked it. This is worth reading. - Review by: Piers Anthony (Bestselling author of the Xanth novels)

Rooks have embraced science and technology, inventing microscopic robots called nanos to create any machine they need. The Terraquois are their opposite. They embraced the spiritual and developed a deep bond with nature. This bond allows them

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I read Dragon and liked it. This is worth reading. - Review by: Piers Anthony (Bestselling author of the Xanth novels)

Rooks have embraced science and technology, inventing microscopic robots called nanos to create any machine they need. The Terraquois are their opposite. They embraced the spiritual and developed a deep bond with nature. This bond allows them to shift into the animal that resembles their true inner selves.

These two races have fought each other with brutal savagery for centuries, but a new threat called the Blak Army has emerged and its evil is matched only by its ruthlessness. With insidious, ancient power at the fingertips of their mad leader, Wilhelm Coran, their victory is nearly assured. The only threat to his plans are a Terraquois girl named Keiara and the Rook Prince, Rone Varlamagne. When Rone crashes near enemy lands after he is shot out of the sky, Keiara is the one that stumbles upon him. Instead of leaving him to die, she saves his life. It is one conscious choice but it sets in motion a chain of events bigger than either of them could imagine.

Together, the two face foes from every direction and they will stop at nothing to protect each other.

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ISBN-13:
9781482562866
Publisher:
CreateSpace Publishing
Publication date:
02/16/2013
Pages:
356
Product dimensions:
5.06(w) x 7.81(h) x 0.74(d)

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Book One: Dragon (A Histories of Purga Novel) 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Skaiste More than 1 year ago
If there is a map in the book, it makes me expect a good story. One where is a whole different world and people dealing with some kind of danger threatening to destroy what they have. And it was a really good story. The more I read, the more and more eagerly I turned pages. This story is kind of a legend. It starts with seemingly small events but eventually it comes to a big picture and it gets bigger and bigger. It has intensity, actions, dangers, secrets and treachery. At the same time it tells a story about people, about their fears and prejudice, about being different and not knowing each other, about friendship and trust, about making changes, about bravery and bringing the best (and sometimes the worst) from ourselves. There's plenty of various characters in here. Each one is unique and takes their own part in the story, brings their own perspective of events. And bit by bit they became dear to me. I enjoyed to read how they deal with difficult situations and how they learn from it. I loved to see how their stories intertwine and to wait for it. They made me feel anxious, sad, excited and joyful along with them. For me this book was amazing. Because it gave intensive and enjoyable story which hold me till the very end. Because it told a legend of different world and different people. Because it showed people with their best and worst. Because it brought a bunch of various emotions in me. I loved it and I'm excited to know what's next in the story and what's ahead for these characters I enjoyed to meet.