The Dragon's Pain

The Dragon s Pain Airria had a happy mostly carefree child hood He grew up in a town with no rules and was raised by his mother and aunt to care Now he fears to close his eyes Every time he does he has to watch as his

  • Title: The Dragon's Pain
  • Author: Nathan Baird Annette Batchelor Marla Trowbridge
  • ISBN: 9781500222222
  • Page: 330
  • Format: Paperback
  • Airria had a happy, mostly carefree child hood He grew up in a town with no rules and was raised by his mother and aunt to care Now he fears to close his eyes Every time he does he has to watch as his father s tortured soul ripped from his broken body by Jarmack Trastibbick, the oldest and most powerful of all black dragons He has seen the darkness of the Dragon s Eye.Airria had a happy, mostly carefree child hood He grew up in a town with no rules and was raised by his mother and aunt to care Now he fears to close his eyes Every time he does he has to watch as his father s tortured soul ripped from his broken body by Jarmack Trastibbick, the oldest and most powerful of all black dragons He has seen the darkness of the Dragon s Eye Joskin, Airria s cousin, had been a mercenary since he was 16 years old When he was not away fighting a war he was home playing with Airria The two of them were like brothers Faith was raised in a town where the rule of law was important than anything If it weren t for an odd gentleman who lived just outside of town, she wouldn t have even been allowed to learn to use her bow When her father s debt was called for, she was taken into slavery She witnessed the reach of the Dragon s Claw Carrita grew with and insatiable thirst for knowledge Jarmack Trastibbick, through one of her servants, had promised all the understanding the child could handle What she received was unimaginable torment She was freed by her mother s sacrifice, but was thrown into a world of pain and abuse She has felt the bitter darkness of the Dragon s Heart Drawn together by a cruel twist of life, these four will set off on an epic journey to save all life of a world they know little about.

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