The Bestiary, Volume Three

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By King's Order | Ann Anderson
Aldrick's required two years as a soldier are nearly finished, and then he can finally return to his simple farming life. Then he is forced into joining the hunt for a griffin egg, a suicidal mission that Aldrick wants no part of. His plans to avoid the matter, however, are shattered when he comes across an injured griffin and soon finds himself far more invested in the matter of...
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Overview

By King's Order | Ann Anderson
Aldrick's required two years as a soldier are nearly finished, and then he can finally return to his simple farming life. Then he is forced into joining the hunt for a griffin egg, a suicidal mission that Aldrick wants no part of. His plans to avoid the matter, however, are shattered when he comes across an injured griffin and soon finds himself far more invested in the matter of griffins than he ever wanted.

Hold Still | Megan Derr
Esen has spent his entire life an outcast, and he threw out his last chance at fitting in when he broke the engagement his family worked so hard to arrange. Sent to the royal palace to fulfill one last duty, he counts the hours until he is literally left homeless and destitute. But hiding away in the royal garden, he accidentally overhears a private conversation and meets the mysterious Queen's Man ...

Enter the Dragon | Jamie Sullivan
Since a ceasefire was called on the Dragon Wars, dragons and humans have lived in an uneasy partnership. To help humans understand dragons and prepare future dragon trainers, the Academy was created. Jac Conway is an eager student, long enthralled with all things dragon. But even he, with all his hopes and ambitions, never dreamed of just how close to them one night would bring him ...

The Hawk and the Rabbit | Elizah J. Davis
When the Queen is struck down by a deadly curse, Leal's only chance of saving her depends on cooperating with the Dragon Master, Hawk. But Hawk, like the rest of the palace, has no love of the foreign Leal or his magic, and would much rather throw Leal in prison until he has good enough reason to execute him.

Truest Mage | May Ridge
When Arion's church gets one of the famed statues of judgment, the last thing he expects is for the statue to disrupt his life by activating his mage potential, and then telling him that the statue is actually a unicorn named Zephyr. Spurred on by the need to train his now active magic, and also from a sense of compassion, Arion lets Zephyr into his head, offering him a chance to find a way to free himself from his stone prison.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781620040454
  • Publisher: Less Than Three Press
  • Publication date: 11/30/2012
  • Pages: 352
  • Sales rank: 1,150,104
  • Product dimensions: 5.00 (w) x 8.00 (h) x 0.79 (d)

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