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   Dragon Eye, by S. E. Wendel  
 
  Novel, first publication in January 2008
 
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      The land of Certhina was once protected by the Dragon Riders-valiant warriors who rode beasts that could soar through the sky and produce flame at will. Their race was destroyed, and Certhina has long been plagued by the dark tyranny of the one responsible for the deaths of the Dragon Riders. The good land of Certhina, and those who are devoted to its freedom, have had to endure much for their cause, but with the enemy's power rising, only a few remain who can stand up to this evil's might, and only two who can bring an end to it:

    A boy and a Dragon. They were destined to meet, destined to bond, destined to save a land from evil. Trials in every shape and form await them-but the greatest test they will be faced with is being loyal to each other. Thrust into a world of magic only told about in old stories, boy and Dragon must become closer than anything in the world to save the land of Certhina and themselves.

     
     
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  • Rebellion, The (#1)

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  • Dragons
  • Knights - Warriors - Samourais - Gladiators
  • Magic - Magicians - Sorcerers - Witches - Wizards

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