Overview

Taemar Lockwynn, together with three others, is chosen by the dragon, Kyelark, to embark on a perilous quest to find the Heart of Doraburn, a precious stone that will cure the royal dragons of Epptoria from their melancholy sickness.

During the quest, much dissension occurs between the Chosen Ones ...
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The Bringer Of Doraburn

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Overview

Taemar Lockwynn, together with three others, is chosen by the dragon, Kyelark, to embark on a perilous quest to find the Heart of Doraburn, a precious stone that will cure the royal dragons of Epptoria from their melancholy sickness.

During the quest, much dissension occurs between the Chosen Ones because they are forced together. They learn that they must work as a team in order to overcome the many challenges they face.

Will Taemar succeed in the quest when so many obstacles are placed in her path?

Will the Chosen Ones defeat the powerful, frightening creatures they encounter?

Will Taemar bring the Heart of Doraburn in time to save the royal dragons of Epptoria?

Get ready for Taemar Lockwynn's next adventure – The Tullmora Barrier: Book Two of The Dragons of Epptoria Series.
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940015002058
  • Publisher: Patricia Ana Concha
  • Publication date: 7/24/2012
  • Series: The Dragons Of Epptoria Series, #1
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • File size: 2 MB

Meet the Author

P. A. Concha lives in Sydney, Australia but was born in USA. She currently works as a psychologist and tertiary special educator. Previously she worked as a professional dancer, clown and fitness instructor. It has always been her dream to write a fantasy novel, but her friends and family inspired her to turn her aspiration into reality.
P. A. Concha is presently writing the sequel to The Bringer of Doraburn. She is driven to write the next two fantasy books of the series because of her love of dragons.
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