The Second Dragdani Prophecy (Part 1 of the Dragdani Prophecies) re-edited [NOOK Book]

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As the reality of the untimely death of King Jastark (John Stark) sinks in, it is up to the wizard and witch council’s to fight back the dark Wizard-Elf, Ulicoth. At least until the dead king’s son Drago (Peter Stark) can take the throne and fulfill The Second prophecy.
Will the fact that Drago was trained as an ordinary wizard and raised in Earth (the Normal world of man) stand in the way of him being the king the second prophecy says he'll ...

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The Second Dragdani Prophecy (Part 1 of the Dragdani Prophecies) re-edited

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Overview

As the reality of the untimely death of King Jastark (John Stark) sinks in, it is up to the wizard and witch council’s to fight back the dark Wizard-Elf, Ulicoth. At least until the dead king’s son Drago (Peter Stark) can take the throne and fulfill The Second prophecy.
Will the fact that Drago was trained as an ordinary wizard and raised in Earth (the Normal world of man) stand in the way of him being the king the second prophecy says he'll be?
As the young king has just turned sixteen, his true powers have reached their peak. His luck goes from bad to worse as he has an unorthodox entrance into the mystical world of Dorminya, and Ulicoth will stop at nothing to track down and kill the boy king, and take over Dorminya forever.

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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940044731608
  • Publisher: R. Alan Ferguson
  • Publication date: 3/15/2012
  • Series: Dragdani Prophecies , #1
  • Sold by: Smashwords
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 620,388
  • File size: 389 KB

Meet the Author

Ross Alan Ferguson was born in Ballymena, Northern Ireland, and lives in Antrim, Northern Ireland. He is the author of the published eBook The Second Prophecy (The Dragdani Prophecies Part 1).

He attended Springfarm Primary (Now Round Tower I.P.S.) 1985 - 1990 / Dunfane School 1990 - 1996 / and the NRC campus' of Antrim and Ballymena community colleges, where he earned National Vocational Qualifications in English, Maths and Perfaorming Manufacturing Operations.

"I started writing in 2002, it was when I was working in the injection moulding department of a factory that I had the Idea to write, The Second Prophecy (wasn't called that then). I was on my lunch break and as it was night shift, I was on my own in the canteen, when the thought of the character of John Stark came to me. I have always had a great imagination, so I spent the second half of the eight hour shift adding to the idea for the character, and when I got home I sat down in front of my computer and started writing."

"I took a long break after writing my novel. It was mainly because I couldn't find a publishing company to take it on, although I got good reviews from everyone who read it. Even the son of my English tutor, who I have never met(the son, not the English tutor). The truth is, I lost heart that I would get it published through conventional means. Then I read about Amazon letting people publish their work for free, and thought I would try it, which lead to me finding my new home here on Smashwords."

"I Have more than a few ideas for more stories, and I'm looking forward to writing and publishing them all."

R. Alan Ferguson

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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 6, 2013

    I like this book. I am not very good @ the review thingy, so all

    I like this book. I am not very good @ the review thingy, so all I'll say is that I like it a lot. And it's magnificent. 

    Love fantasy books me :)

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted November 30, 2013

    Very good

    I like this book alot and can not wait for the sequel.

    EVD

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted January 13, 2014

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    Great Fantasy Story

    John Stark was exiled to the “normal” world, our world. There he married and is expecting a child when he is returned to Dragdani to fight Ulicoth, the dark lord who is trying to rule. John ends up dying but not before he prophesizes the coming of a great king that will win the battle against Ulicoth. That king will be his son, Peter Stark, who is not even born yet.

    Fast forward 16 years, Peter is just turning 16 and getting his full powers. The problem is Peter has no training and has more power than anyone has seen or knows what to do with. They have to train him and get him ready to battle Ulicoth to save Dragdani. The question is if Peter will follow through and if he can defeat Ulicoth.

    I liked how the story starts out with John Stark. It was a great way to get the history of events but it seemed a little rushed. Then it seems like an impossible task for those that have had to suffer for Ulicoth. Others keep up hoping for Peter, but can Peter help them. He has a lot of power that no one has seen before but can he get the training to use it before Ulicoth finds him and kills him?

    This was a pretty good story. It is a little rough and could be fine turned. I think if it flowed better when talking about John Stark and any early story would make this a lot more enjoyable. Don’t get me wrong, it was still a good read.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted September 17, 2013

    Don't waste your time

    This is my first really negative review. Terrible editing (or non-existing) plus rhe writing style seems like a bad translation, trying to sound like Harry Potter English. And the story drags on to over 900 pages onthe Nook.

    0 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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    Posted December 30, 2012

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