Shu'alu Dragons Shall Weep

Overview

Half human royalty, Sara, contests with her duties as the princess of two worlds and her growing love for a demigod. She treasures Arie for who he is inside, but another lusts for his power and excellence. Mei comes in the night with thick plans and an army behind her. She strikes Sara down and kills her family, leaving her to her own convictions. A princess then becomes a queen, refusing to fail the merfolk and men that need her.
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Overview

Half human royalty, Sara, contests with her duties as the princess of two worlds and her growing love for a demigod. She treasures Arie for who he is inside, but another lusts for his power and excellence. Mei comes in the night with thick plans and an army behind her. She strikes Sara down and kills her family, leaving her to her own convictions. A princess then becomes a queen, refusing to fail the merfolk and men that need her.
Caught between fearful gods of old and the modern vessels of war, Arie must ride the line between love and hate as his gifts of prophecy guide him through the thickest. Lord Arie not only fights for his own city, he battles for the freedom of all: earthly, otherworldly, and fey souls alike.
Yet, when Mei's plans of total domination unfold into an army of millions, both devotion and claws are tested...in Shu'alu...the spirit realm of the dead.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781481276856
  • Publisher: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform
  • Publication date: 1/9/2013
  • Pages: 378
  • Product dimensions: 6.00 (w) x 9.00 (h) x 0.84 (d)

Meet the Author

L. B. Conahan was born and raised in northeastern Pennsylvania by a single mother of two, who put herself through college, with honors, to take a very poor family to better standing. He was quite the handful as a child and a bit of a black sheep. L. B. has done a fair share of traveling; both domestic and abroad. He started working part time at the age of 11 and had a full time job by age 15. By trade, he currently works as a multi-craft, industrial maintenance technician, electrical specialist. Conahan has lived in five US states throughout his life, as well as living and working as a contract management consult, for three months, in Kaliningrad, Russia. Along with his first language, English, he is able to converse in Latin dialect Spanish and also speaks a bit of German and Russian. An avid Linux user and open-source supporter, L. B. is also familiar with HTLM, CSS, and Java programming. From this knowledge he hopes to draw some fantastic Science Fiction novels in the future, "for good Sci-fi is something that challenges the mind of the reader."
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