A secret organization. A life altering dralchom. Lawbreakers taking advantage of both.
Jefrie was brilliant. And he knew it. His passion was dralchomy, and he was determined to become the best dralchemist in the world.
Kloin was his wise master. He saw Jefrie's raw talent and pushed him harder. But kept his most powerful dralchoms to himself.
Arthur was too awkward to have any real role other than being Jefrie's best friend. But they let him pretend to be their guard.
Tret was the mastermind behind the whole operation.
Together, they formed a successful team that created and sold dralchoms...potions that could control or accelerate the dragon curse flowing through the veins of the people of Ardonor.
When they are asked to provide an inordinate amount of dragonlyst, they didn't care it was with a mysterious organization that participated in dark rituals and sacrifices. All they cared about was the massive gold being offered and the opportunity to make more dragonlyst.
But when they accidentally uncover a secret of the organization, events are set into motion that has the entire team running for their lives. But death isn't always the worst outcome...
...dragonlyst can turn you into a dragon.
Dragonlyst is the first sci-fi/fantasy novella in The Drahiad Chronicles Prologues. If you like unique magic systems, rich characters, mysterious organizations, and suspense that will keep you guessing, then you'll love Randall Seeley's style and this introduction to the world of Ardonor.
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What's not to love about Dragonlyst: A Short Novel by Randall Seeley? It is a fantasy short story in a world where people can unexpectedly turn into dragons! I think every boy has dreamed at one time or another of dragons. Just look at all of the good books and movies about dragons: Eragon, How to Train a Dragon, Dragonheart...the list goes on. People never tire of stories about dragons and yet this story still has a unique twist to it. Not that it is about dragons so much as people becoming dragons, or people fighting for the right to become or not become dragons as they wish, and not as the government tells them to.
This is a story about secrecy, dark shadows and mystical spells, and things that go bump in the night. I enjoyed the rebelliousness of this story and the idea that we were rooting for main characters who were, in essence, lawbreakers, fighting against the Order to create a magical potion so strong that it could scientifically alter a person's ability to become or not become a dragon. I found that fascinating. And then there was the fact that you never quite knew which side the people that Jefrie worked for were on. Were they part of the Order? Were they against the Order? And most importantly, could they be trusted? If not, what would Jefrie and his uncle and his master do? - Reviewed By Janelle Fila for Readers' Favorite
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