Teen fantasy with a different twist. Imagine the Orcs and elves with their roles switched, good Orcs vs. bad Elves.
Price: $2.99 (eBook)
Download to your Kindle (eBook)
Download to your Nook (eBook)
Download from Apple iTunes (eBook)
Download from Smashwords (eBook)
Author Linda Nelson
The Elven Sorcerer, Lord Ky'debaul wants to kill a silver dragon to restore his magic powers.
This dragon is not just a silver dragon, it is a time dragon. But in order for him to do this, he must send the dragon to another world where it is not against the law to kill a Time Dragon. Here on Orgarlan, killing a Time Dragon is a Death Sentence.
The Orc's Leader, General Mashanga, catches wind of Lord Ky'debaul's plan and sends a party of three Orcs to follow Lord Ky'debaul and the dragon to this other world. Once there, the Orcs begin to track down the whereabouts of the elves and the Time Dragon.
The world the elves have chased the dragon to is Aaron Gillian's world. Here she resides with her friends, a dog named Keja, a cat named Chancy, Marshall who is the boy next door and an old man named Jurgith.
Keja and Chancy have heard talk about the woods of strange creatures being about. Little did they know they were in for their great adventure.
Lord Ky'debaul captures Aaron, Marshall and Jurgith when he learns of Aaron's ability to talk to the woodland creatures. He believes she is the human spoken of in the prophecy written of in his world and believes she will be able to help him capture the Time Dragon.
The Orcs too have learned of her ability. They decide to seek Aaron out in hopes that she will help them save the Time Dragon. They then discover she has been captured by Lord Ky'debaul and must rescue her and her friends.
Who will succeed? Will Lord Ky'debaul succeed in killing the Time Dragon or will the Orcs manage to thwart his plan?
“Sire, the whelping dragonlet is in the cavern up ahead. I saw it enter here, through this very crack.” Jento pushed the branches back exposing the crack in the base of the mountain. It was hard to believe that a dragonlet of this size could have passed through its narrow space. It only proved the point. A silver dragonlet was capable of just about anything.
Ky’debaul needed that whelping. His powers had been waning for some time. His only hope to restore them was by killing a silver dragon and taking its powers into his soul. But he had to take care of a small problem first.
In the land of Orgarlan, it was forbidden to take the life of any dragon. But taking the life of a Silver Dragon, known to most as a Time Dragon was the worst offense that could be committed. Killing a silver dragonlet in this world was signing your own death sentence. Ky’debaul knew this law all too well. For the dragons had been under protected since from the beginning of time.
So now he faced his first challenge. He needed to get that dragonlet out of the world of Orgarlan and into another world where he was free from this law.
“We will follow it then,” Ky’debaul ordered. He harshly pushed his Commanding Officer toward the fissure. “It may be larger than it looks. If the dragonlet can fit so can we.”
Lord Ky’debaul waited while the party of fifteen elves, all equipped with some type of weapon ranging from swords, spears and long bows piled into the opening before him. Once inside they stopped and waited, listening for any little sound.
After a short moment, they heard it. It was a soft scraping sound of scales against rocks. When the scraping stopped it was followed by the sound of a soft huff. The dragonlet must have found its nest and was now settled down.
Ky’debaul motioned to his party to surround the dragonlet on all sides. The trap was now set. The only problem was they could not kill it here. He waited until they were in their position, then he began to move his hands in a motion similar to one making a large invisible ball in the air before him.
Even this simple task put more stress on his waning powers, but this was necessary. Ky’debaul murmured a series of words in an ancient language and tossed the invisible ball in the air before him. A blue green light formed in the center of the chamber. That was where they planned to herd the dragonlet. This sphere of light was the vehicle for which they planned to use to get the young dragon into the rift between this world and the connected world.
They entered into a world where the laws were not the laws of Orgarlan.