The chronicled history continues in The Caduceus, as Widseth and Annel travel to lands ensnared in slavery. Dark shadows follow the young Dragon Master, seeking to destroy him and his kingdom of light. Can he unlock the doors to freedom for individuals, or will darkness bind the powers of light with fetters stronger than iron and more cruel than the whips of the overseers? Thanks to all who have commented on The Caduceus. I have received some great reviews.
My new novel, Dragon Kiln, reverts to a time shortly after at time of terror and disaster when the great underground city of Misdara fell into darkness. The last great Aelfene kingdom, Taina, is destroying itself from within. The dragon of light, Koparr, and a young Aelfe named Arnor seek to recover the materials needed to forge a weapon to counter the encroaching darkness. A sword, later named the Talon of Light, makes its first appearance in the hands of a skilled warrior, but will it be enough to stem the tide?
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