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Fifteen-year-old Menolly allies with magnificent dragons in the first book in the Harper Hall trilogy, set within science fiction legend Anne McCaffrey’s beloved and bestselling Dragonriders of Pern series. For centuries, the world of Pern has faced a destructive force known as Thread. But the number of magnificent dragons who have protected this world and the men and women who ride them are dwindling. As fewer dragons ride the winds and destruction falls from the sky, Menolly has only one dream: to sing, play, and weave the music that comes to her so easily—she wishes to become a Harper. But despite her great talents, her father believes that a young girl is unworthy of such a respected position and forbids her to pursue her dreams. So Menolly runs away, taking shelter in a cave by the sea. Miraculously, she happens upon nine fire lizards that could possibly save her world...and change her life forever.
This epic adventure, by best-selling author H.C. Brown, contains the complete trilogy of books: Banished, Dark Magyck, and Shadow Walkers ........................................................................................................................ Banished to the Singing Forest for witchcraft with only her cat for company, alone and desperately afraid Thalia sings to her dream lover, in the hope someone, anyone will help her. Lumos enjoys the favors of many women until his dragon hears the Dragonsong of his mate. Consumed with passion for the girl who haunts his dreams, he leaves home to search for her… Time is running out. Lumos must survive a battle against an army of soulless Shadow Walkers and rescue Thalia from the hands of the Boars. Will he return to Drakka in time to meet the final challenge and release the Dragonfae from the clutches of the dark Magus? Or will he die trying? ...................................................................................................... Erotic Paranormal Romance 94,746 words
"She was different now, far different than the girl who had left the battlements of Domar with nothing more than a dream and emptiness where a dragon should be." Selah of Domar always felt a special connection to dragons. Since a young age, the great beasts provided her the security and solace that her family could not. Selah wrestles for something more, but she doesn't know which direction to take. When a recruiting dragonrider offers her a place oftraining at Dragonhold, the fortress of the dragonriders, sheeagerly accepts. As the lone female apprentice at Dragonhold, Selah faces resistance from her peers. It is during the Choosing, a ceremony where newborn dragons select their caretakers, that Selah learns her true heritage. A terrible accident interrupts the ritual, leaving Selah at the mercy of the dragon god, Stormhunter. The secret he reveals forces Selah to come toterms with what she truly is, but the truth will change her forever--and attract the attention of those who wish the end of the dragonriders.
The Zedmore family is no stranger to dragons and the magical world of Shard—but this time, war is brewing. Teens Alex and Jared and their little sister Madison are safely back on Earth after their adventures in Shard last summer, and their parents, Lynn and Eddie, want nothing more than to keep their family safe and close. This is not to be, however: they find themselves urgently summoned back to Shard while shadowy agencies pursue them on Earth. Soon the Zedmore’s are plunged into the centre of a civil war between dragon factions and their allies. While making new friends with elves, satyrs, pixies, and one mischievous wizard named Trevistar, the Zedmore’s learn that magic runs in their blood. They race to master their unique magical abilities as the conflict on Shard worsens and threatens to spill over onto Earth. Will they master their new skills in time to be useful? And will it be enough to save their lives and stop the bloodshed? An adventure that combines magic and intrigue, Dragon Song is the second book in the Legend of Shard series.
In the Pacific, a sleeping dragon awakes. Dr. Eva Paz wants only a peaceful life on Roatán for herself and her dolphins, continuing their research in dolphin communication and educating children on the importance of caring for the reef. But when Eva discovers that the Caribbean’s wild dolphin pod has been captured, she must go back into action to find them. Her pursuit returns her to the Pacific, where she finds her newest nemesis has engineered yet more sea dragons, and this time she finds herself embroiled in an international struggle that could end in a World War. Thankfully, Eva has her friends and family—including ex-Navy SEAL Dr. Thomas Sternberg—on her side. Even the ocean itself yields a new ally in a very unexpected form: a mermaid with a siren’s song. And this time, a teenaged Soledad accompanies her parents on their adventures. Join Eva as she works with Thomas and her dolphins to save the planet from a disaster that could destroy us all. Dragon Song is the fourth book in Kristie Clark’s Order of the Dolphin series. Dragon Song may be read as a standalone, but it is best enjoyed with the other Order of the Dolphin series books: Killing Dragons, Dragon Gold, and Dragon Clan. Book club questions are included. Join Eva and her dolphins on their adventures today! Dragon Song is for readers who enjoy action and adventure, science fiction, thrillers, suspense, romance subplots, ecologic themes, genetic engineering science fiction, technothrillers, climate change fiction, cyber security subplot, dinosaur thriller book with tylosaurs and megalania, book with theme about trust and finding family, dolphins and dragons, cryptozoology, scuba thrillers, sea stories and adventures, a writer compared to Michael Crichton, books like Jaws, books like Jurassic Park, books like The Meg, creature features, monster in the house stories, sea monsters, sea dragons, fiction about the Taiwan, a Latina protagonist, an ex-Navy SEAL co-protagonist, fiction about dolphin communication that shows how smart dolphins are and makes dolphins the stars of the show, a novel featuring a marine biologist, a paleontologist, and a pediatrician, books with strong side characters: a teen who runs away to go with her parents on their adventures, the coolest female fighter pilot EVER, a research assistant with Autism, a pod of kidnapped Caribbean dolphins, endangered Taiwanese white dolphins, a mermaid, and a talented European electronica DJ, a beach read that makes you scared to get in the water, venomous invasive and dangerous genetically modified organisms, villains worthy of a James Bond movie, a side of international transpacific crime, and it’s all set in a tropical paradise we would all like to visit on vacation!
Dragons love attention, but wealth and fame can draw the wrong kind of notice. I don't like parties, and I definitely don't like crowds, but I promised the dragon Delaxsicoria I would go to one of her concerts, and I've run out of excuses. But I did save Delaxsicoria's life and she's a friend, so it won't be so bad. Except some of her family's enemies have decided this is a perfect time to take revenge. And unless I stop them, a lot of innocent people might die in the crossfire...
Archaeologists and anthropologists discover other civilizations; science fiction writers invent them. In this collection of her major essays, Marleen Barr argues that feminist science fiction writers contribute to postmodern literary canons with radical alternatives to mainstream patriarchal society. Because feminist science fiction challenges male-centered social imperatives, it has been marginalized and dismissed from the canon--thus, lost in space. Moving beyond feminist science fiction itself, Barr goes on to examine other literary genres from the perspective of 'feminist fabulation'--a term she has coined to encompass science fiction, fantasy, utopian literature, and mainstream literature that critiques patriarchal fictions. Discussing the works of such writers as Margaret Atwood, Joanna Russ, Salman Rushdie, Paul Theroux, Ursula Le Guin, Herman Melville, Saul Bellow, Edgar Allan Poe, and Marge Piercy, Barr illuminates feminist science fiction's connections to other literary traditions and contemporary canons. Her critical analysis yields a new and expanded understanding of feminist creativity.
A girl reborn. A sinister weapon. After Elara Everly’s death in battle, she’s revived with magic from a powerful witch and dragon. With King Angus dead, his son, Fergus, has taken his title—and rules with an iron fist. Hating the dragons and witches with a vengeance for taking his father, he vows to take King Angus’ plan one step further and kill all the dragons and witches. Since Elara’s been gone, she realizes everything has changed—her friends have moved on, tempted to practice evil magic—and the world is different than she remembers. When King Fergus steals invincible weapons from a powerful group of orcs, he seeks to unleash them on the dragons and witches—who can’t defend themselves this time. After Elara realizes the key to stopping the weapons is in her magical blood, she has to return to the fight—and assemble another army to stop King Fergus’ warriors called the Bloodslayers. With friends becoming enemies and an even more ruthless King out to kill all the dragons and witches, the world needs the Dragonwitch more than ever. Book Two of The Dragonwitch Chronicles trilogy