In the Third Book of the Dragomeir Series, Tanis, a dragonrider from Mt. Drago, manages to impress with one of the new Amphitere dragons, increasing his family to four. Queen Mother manages to procure the last of the Crystal Keys, which she believes will keep the hordes from Hell locked on the Provinces forever. Unfortunately, there are secrets yet to be revealed that could threaten their survival. A mysterious group of people called the Savants appear at the mountain, and Tanis learns of a Gate system called The Hearths which could end the isolation of the Dark Lord and bring destruction to Mt. Drago. Tanis and Queen Mother must find out how the Dark Lord plans to use these devices and stop him before their world crashes down around them. Are the Savants friends or foes, and are The Hearths a technology of the future or the end of mankind? The Amphiteres may be the answer to the dragons’ past, but what must they do to survive?
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About the Author
Solitaire Parke was born in Bakersfield, California in 1952. He has been avidly reading books of all kinds, but especially Science Fiction books, since he was twelve years old. It was the author, Edgar Rice Burroughs, whose style of writing evoked a passion for the written word and became his inspiration. Throughout his life he has acquired a degree in Music Theory, a Masters in Photography and spent a decade and a half in Graphic and Web Design. He is currently pursuing his dream of being a full-time Author. His books range from Horror/Thriller to Science Fiction as well as Metaphysical and Poetry. He resides in Arizona with his family and is the proud owner of Tairobi...his Manx cat. He has been a huge help in the writing process!
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
I was barely finished with the 2nd book, Flight of the Aguiva, when the 3rd one was released. I jumped right into because I had to know how this saga continues. Egg of the Amphitere continues this series with a phenomenal storyline. Mr. Parke combines pieces of the first 2 books into his 3rd. However, this book like the other 2 can be read independently. But if you have read the other 2, it will add that much more meaning and feeling to your reading experience. I hope this is not the end of the Dragomeir series. *hint, hint*. I feel that there are several side stories that could be explored with the same enthusiastic intensity that Mr. Parke writes from.