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Are you brave enough to dare the Dragon’s Storm?
Long, long ago, long before man learned to worship gods or fear the power of the unknown, there were dragons to bow before.
Dragons who ruled the world.
Who could bury it beneath a flood of rain born from the drop of a tear or crack the earth asunder with a step upon its sands.
But that was long ago, before the beast was trapped beneath the seas for his impertinence of befriending the woman whose power called to his own, before her descendant stood upon the shoreline and begged the sleeping giant to save the world that had relegated him to myth and legend.
Havence Ilvanysto had always been taught to fear the dragon. That he would destroy everything she held dear if he was released from his watery prison, but her world was ending, and he was the only hope she had.
Ouros swore vengeance against the witch who he thinks imprisoned him and all who came after her. He didn’t care what her reasoning was, so long as her line suffered as he had been forced to suffer for centuries uncounted.
But how can he keep to his vow when the only one brave enough to stand with him in the eye of the storm, is the one he’s sworn vengeance against?
This book drew me in from the beginning! I just loved the situation the dragon and Havance were put in and how they both ended up working together, which was unheard of.
I highly recommend this book!
She had so many children, she didn’t know what to do.
She fed them all broth without any bread;
Then whipped them all soundly and sent them to bed.
~Mother Goose, The Dorling Kindersley Book of Nursery Rhymes (2000)