The Dragon of Two Hearts

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  • Edition: 1st
  • Format: Paperback
  • Copyright: 2009-07-31
  • Publisher: Partners Pub Group
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The curse of the wild dragon, Scorch, lies heavy upon the land of Gladur Nock. Scorch holds the kingdom hostage to his ravenous and bloody demands. The Knight Michael hears of the dragon s bane and realizes that the Luck Dragon Star had trained him for this moment. Full of foreboding he rides to their aid. However, before the knight can reach Gladur Nock he is ambushed and imprisoned in the dungeons of the very king he wanted to help. He becomes part of a forced training of arms. The best warriors among them are sent to fight the dragon. Oddly, King Worrah is in no hurry to free the land from the dragon s curse. The actions of the princess Aina are even more bewildering. She is a fierce warrior-maiden who oversees the men who will go to die in single combat with the dreaded dragon. With whom can Michael align himself? The only way out of prison is to step forward as the next victim to go face Scorch.

Author Biography

Donald Samson has written numerous plays for the classroom and two for adults, one of which was a finalist in the Moondance Film Festival. He is the author of The Dragon Boy: Book One of the Star Trilogy. His other published works include two translations out of the German of biblical stories for the classroom. He was also a contributing author to Gazing into the Eyes of the Future, the Enactment of Saint Nicholas in the Waldorf School. Mr. Samson lives with his family at the foot of the Rocky Mountains along the Colorado Front Range.

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