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Dragon Fire

Dragon Fire

by Dina von Lowenkraft

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Overview

Some choices are hard to live with.
But some choices will kill you.

When seventeen-year-old Anna first meets Rakan in her hometown north of the Arctic Circle, she is attracted to his pulsing energy. Unaware that he is a shape-shifting dragon, Anna is drawn into a murderous cycle of revenge that pits Rakan and his clan against her best friend June.

Torn between his forbidden relationship with Anna, punishable by death, and restoring his family�s honor by killing June, Rakan must decide what is right. And what is worth living � or dying � for.

Finalist in ForeWord Reviews' 2013 Book of the Year award in the category of young adult fiction.

"In Lowenkraft�s science fantasy novel [Dragon Fire], the Draak, alien shape-shifting dragons inhabit the Earth unbeknownst to humans, whom they regard as cattle to be exploited. Though nearly driven to extinction by war, the Draak are still consumed with old vendettas. ...Lowenkraft seasons her tale with a critique of the abusive relationships seen in popular works like the Twilight series."
~ Publishers Weekly


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Product Details

BN ID: 2940148693581
Publisher: Twilight Times Books
Publication date: 08/05/2013
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
File size: 1 MB

About the Author

Born in the US, Dina von Lowenkraft has lived on 4 continents, worked as a graphic artist for television and as a consultant in the fashion industry. Somewhere between New York and Paris she picked up an MBA and a black belt � and still thinks the two are connected. Dina is currently the Regional Advisor for SCBWI Belgium, where she lives with her husband, two children and two horses.

Dina loves to create intricate worlds filled with conflict and passion. She builds her own myths while exploring issues of belonging, racism and the search for truth... after all, how can you find true love if you don�t know who you are and what you believe in? Dina�s key to developing characters is to figure out what they would be willing to die for. And then pushing them to that limit.

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