A Dragon Scorned

A Dragon Scorned

by J.C. Harker

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A Dragon Scorned by J.C. Harker

Thorar is a dwarven mercenary looking for gold and glory. Recruited by his friend Urim, a high ranking officer in an elite dwarven army, together they sail out on a secret mission to find and kill the last of the ancient dragons. Based on recently surfaced information about a dangerous dragon cult they seek out the mysterious Uutta Toivoa island.Does the dragon really exist and can they complete their mission before the cult grows in strength? One thing is sure, whatever they do will affect not only their lives but also the future of the whole continent.Dragons Reborn series - short storyThe story is about the inciting event that sets the series into motion, however it can be read as a standalone piece.Warning: the book contains emotional scenes, bloody violence and child murder.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940044225589
Publisher: Wing and Fang Press
Publication date: 01/01/2013
Series: Dragons Reborn , #2
Sold by: Smashwords
Format: NOOK Book
File size: 192 KB
Age Range: 18 Years

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A Dragon Scorned 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
NovaSparkles More than 1 year ago
When J.C. Harker set out to write a short tale from the Uutta Toivoa series, she took a unique and not altogether empathetic angle. Set in the Third Era, Year 976, this tale  follows the pillaging dwarves as they set out to rid the world of the existence of hybrid dragons, called the Draphony. Much of the reader's soul will cry out at such merciless marauding, which is exactly how Harker reels in her audience. She firmly crafts the story to arouse the reader's emotions and incite interest in the rest of the series. While A Dragon Scorned is a good read, it feels somewhat incomplete without the framework of who the characters are and why they act the way they do. Such questions can only be answered by the remainder of the series as Harker teases out the characters' existences and purposes in life, giving them meaning and fleshing them out before our very eyes. Complete with a plot twist and blatant catharsis, A Dragon Scorned is the ideal choice for the casual passerby.