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   Dragon Princess, by David C. McKenna  
 
  Novel, first publication in May 2008
 
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      Man fought against man, nation against nation, religion against religion, the seals separating earth from Hell cracked freeing six vicious demons to conquer the world of man. Millions brutally died in the early years including a young woman in the rain swept hills of Virginia. The demons ruled the world as they had in ancient times when God had no place among them. Only dragons were the demon's enemy in those times. Only a dragon could slay a demon. Only a dragon could send a demon to Hell. But dragons had died out centuries ago, the six demons had no enemies, feared no heroes, ruling with little care for the fate of mankind. Yet Heaven had one last dragon, a warrior, she was the Angel of Death, the Dragon Princes, with leathery wings and a glowing sword. The young dragon had to learn about man, feel his pain and anger. With this knowledge she began the battle. . . a battle that raged from one end of earth to the other, and even in the bowels of Hell. Was she too late?

     
     
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  • Demons - Evils - Devil
  • Dragons
  • Kings, Queens & Princes - Emperors - Kingdoms & Empires
  • Religion - Theology - Gods & Deities - Faith - Priests & Clerics
  • Virginia
  • War

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