Hunt the Dragon Within
Volume II in The Journals of Ravier
WHAT IF YOUR HOME WAS BEING THREATENED? Not simply by one sorcerer, but thousands? An entire race of them. As vampires, they’re hungry for blood. Meet the Sorsryns: eight clans, with a ninth one forcing its way into Muraine’s history. The Vitiosyns.
Zymarc’s king over them. Perhaps, I wouldn’t have cared at all what he did. But then I was given charge of Awngeleik, the dragon-horse, and everything changed after that. I went to Muraine, searching for my father’s killer. What greeted me, instead of the answers I sought, was war; an attack on the home of Dragon Tamers and Memory Keepers, their young King Talok, cursed to die. I didn’t have a choice. I had to do something. And I did. Yet, now, Paragon is broken. And so is their king.
Can I save him? Can I also save one of the Sorsryn Clans, from being slaves to the Laws of Neutrality? They are as a weapon, won by the Vitiosyns. Now, it’s only a matter of time. Someone’s going to die. Will death claim me? Or will it claim Zymarc, Talok, or . . . someone else?
Only time will know. Time, the spirits, and me: Tyler Malik Ravier.
FATE IS PATIENT, AND IT KEEPS TRACK. IT NEVER FORGETS THE LIVES OWED TO IT.
- SOREN OF THE MONEL
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