A land under magical siege. An elite band of warriors flying to its defense. To save their kingdom, a quiet blacksmith must fulfill her destiny.
3 books. 600+ pages of page-turning epic fantasy!
Eva's job as a blacksmith's apprentice helps her ignore her ever-present daydreams. But when she inadvertently picks up a stolen gryphon egg, her solitary life changes in a heartbeat. She has no choice but to answer a call to join the Windsworn—an elite band of gryphon riders fighting for her kingdom's survival.
As Eva attempts to earn her place among the warriors, she uncovers an age-old plot that could tear the gryphon riders apart. To protect her new friends, she must embark on an epic journey across the continents, each day growing closer to her true destiny. Her survival may depend on trusting old foes and making terrible sacrifices along the way.
Can Eva find her true self and overcome impossible odds before the Windsworn's kingdom collapses into a savage apocalypse?
The Gryphon Riders Trilogy Boxed Set contains three breathtaking novels in the Gryphon Riders YA fantasy series. If you like airborne battles, vast magical lands, and the rise of an unlikely hero, then you'll love Derek Alan Siddoway's captivating trilogy.
Buy Gryphon Riders Trilogy Boxed Set to take off on an extraordinary magical adventure today!
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About the Author
Derek Alan Siddoway is the 25-year-old author of Teutevar Saga, a “medieval western” series combining elements of epic fantasy with the rugged style and folklore of American Westerns (read: John Wayne meets Game of Thrones). His journey as a storyteller began over a decade ago with a particularly thrilling foray into Pokémon fan-fiction. Ten years later, Out of Exile, his debut novel, and the first book in the Teutevar Saga, was published. An Everyday, Undaunted Author, Derek spends his time reading, obsessively filling notebooks, adventuring outdoors and celebrating small victories. He’s a sucker for good quotes, peach lemonade and books/video games with swords in them.