Wings of Fire [NOOK Book]

Overview

Never trust a smiling wolf.

You'd think I'd learn after all this time.

Within the first twenty-four hours of pulling into the small village of Tanneytown, I'd already been hit on, arrested, framed for burglary, mugged, and dragooned into robbing an impenetrable manor house crawling with guards and who ...
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Wings of Fire

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Overview

Never trust a smiling wolf.

You'd think I'd learn after all this time.

Within the first twenty-four hours of pulling into the small village of Tanneytown, I'd already been hit on, arrested, framed for burglary, mugged, and dragooned into robbing an impenetrable manor house crawling with guards and who knows what else. All to acquire the statue of a golden bird that I'd never heard of before I came to this place. Oh, and did I mention that if I get more than a mile away from the poor schlub who's coming along with me, we'll both die?

And to top everything off, somehow I've managed to team up with a wolf on this mission. Not just any wolf. Oh no, my life can't be that easy. Somehow I've managed to team up with the world's most sarcastic talking wolf. Yeah, I know there's not a lot of competition for that title, but believe me, he'd win in a landslide. To gain his aid, he wants me to do him a favor, but he won't say what it is ... yet.
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940149349302
  • Publisher: Musa Publishing, LLC
  • Publication date: 5/2/2014
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 1,200,714
  • File size: 911 KB

Meet the Author

Richard C. White's current work is the "For a Few Gold Pieces More" collection of short stories being released by Musa Publishing. Rich has released seven stories so far: The Demon's Head, The Mountain of Ice, Shades of Blue, Hunters in Darkness, The Black School, Pearls of Water, and Ripples in the Pool.

Rich's other works include the recently released novella "Notes in the Fog" for the Charles Boekman Presents: Johnny Nickle duology (Pro Se Productions) and "The Wisp Hunter" for Spellbound Magazine - Fall 2013 edition (Eggplant Literary).

Additionally, he has written the novel, Gauntlet Dark Legacy (iBooks), the novella, "Echoes of Coventry", for the Star Trek Corps of Engineers series (Pocket Books), and three short stories, "Assault on Avengers Mansion" (The Ultimate Hulk anthology - Byron Preiss Multimedia/Marvel Comics); "Redshift" (Star Trek: The Sky’s the Limit anthology - Pocket Books); and "The Price of Conviction" (Doctor Who Short Trips: The Quality of Leadership anthology - Big Finish, Ltd.).

Rich is a member of the Science Fiction/Fantasy Writers of America, The International Association of Media Tie-in Writers and serves on the Writer Beware committee for SFWA. He also was recently inducted into Sigma Tau Delta, the International English Honors Society.
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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 19, 2014

    THE LOST TRIBES PART NINE

    The IronWing was taller than Clay and had a slight build to his muscles. He also had long gray hard scales and strong wings. "Um...getting banned from a letting another dragon in?" Jambaro offered. So the IronWings were real telepathic readers, weren't they? Clay remembered when at first, he had thought NightWings were the ones who read minds and fortelled the future. That reminded him of Fatespeaker and Starflight...he shook that thought out of his head. "I'll lead you to the Centria," the IronWing offered, "That's for the feasts if you're hungry. Anyways, my name is Nickded. What's yours?" "Oh...Clay," he answered. Nickded nodded and led him to the Centria. Many dragons, some that Clay had never seen before, were at the long table. "Some of the dragons you don't know here are CloudWings, EarthWings, and Airwings. I can introduce you to only one of the FireWings who are here. Some of these species are very similar to your species inside here. The FireWing is named Hearth." Nickded, followed by Clay, who was just too shocked, and Jambaro. "Hi," a male FireWing stepped in front of Clay. Those species probably ranged close to his or SkyWings. "Hi," Clay said,"Where are the rest of your species?" "With the LavaWings. They live in the volcano on the NightWing home. If it blows up, they'll be reborn in like...5 years." "6," Nickded corrected. "Yes, 6," Hearth replied,"So...you're a MudWing?" "Uh...yea, we have fireproof scales and can breathe underwater for 1 hour, and like mud, I guess? What about you?" "Some similarites...and differences. We can't go underwater or we can die in few seconds," which Clay was amazed about,"And we can blow lots of fire, pass through it, like you, or maybe a bit...and we fight well. Earthwings like to tend to live underground...it's A LOT to explain." Clay nodded as they went to the table and they had the feast. It felt like this was a real home.
    Later, the healing dragons had fixed Glory up. Bandages were on her wing and in different spots. "Look at this? Look how awful this is!" Glory pushed the healers who were around her aside. "CLAY!" Glory pushed past them and they embraced for a moment. "Feeling well?" Clay asked. "Uh...yea, of course, I'M ALWAYS WELL!" "Sorry I left you there," Clay apologized."I know," Glory twined her tail around his. "I would've wanted to explore as much as you wanted to! I can't believ it! IronWings! NOTHING in the scrolls. "There's more," Clay told Glory the whole story. She gaped and Clay showed her the different dragons. Suddenly, an attack cry sounded out. "ATTACK!" Then...a big SandWing who looked like Addax, as Sunny had described in her story to the SandWings, came jumping from the ceiling with other soldiers from hole in the wall. "THEY BEGUN THIS! KILL THEM!" An IronWing ran towards Glory and Clay while some dragons fought and some dragons advanced toward both of them. "Hey...I know how to escape!" Jambaro whispered under the...floor? A trap door! Clay realizef that Nickded was in there too and he and Glory jumped in the trap door just before the soldiers attacked.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 19, 2014

    To below

    May I be in you will find my bio at res 6 ~Nightfury

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