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Sixteen-year-old Selena Liongod has no memories of her past. She's never been in aerial combat. She doesn't know any magic and has never ridden a dragon before. Yet when Selena forms an unusual alliance with a very special dragon hatchling, her life changes forever. The pair are thrust into a new world where they have to fight to fulfill their destinies. Since it's illegal for women to be handlers, Selena raises her whelpling dragon in secret. When their bond is threatened, the only way for Selena to keep her dragon safe is to disguise herself as a boy so that she can join the Imperial Air…mehr

Produktbeschreibung
Sixteen-year-old Selena Liongod has no memories of her past. She's never been in aerial combat. She doesn't know any magic and has never ridden a dragon before. Yet when Selena forms an unusual alliance with a very special dragon hatchling, her life changes forever. The pair are thrust into a new world where they have to fight to fulfill their destinies. Since it's illegal for women to be handlers, Selena raises her whelpling dragon in secret. When their bond is threatened, the only way for Selena to keep her dragon safe is to disguise herself as a boy so that she can join the Imperial Air Force of Dragon Riders. Yet a world of magic and unimaginable dangers await them beyond taking the unbreakable oath and joining the ranks of the riders. To survive, Selena and her dragon may need to seek out a divine sword older than time itself while fending off the dangerous dark enemies of an undead necromancer whose lust for power and vengeance knows no bounds. The fate of Armageddon, and the world, may rest upon their shoulders.
Autorenporträt
C.D. Muller (Crystal Dawn Muller) was born on December 9th, 1990. From her love of Harry Potter, she wrote the first installment in the Armageddon Trilogy when she was fourteen. She graduated from Patagonia Union High School in 2009 and attended college to study Computer Science and programming. She participated in community events, such as writing plays for the Tin Shed Theatre and preparing presentations for elementary classes. Her husband's death heavily affected Muller's writing and art. She almost gave up on both but ended up using her talents to help her cope with depression and anxiety. She currently lives in Tucson, AZ, with her three cats. For more information, go to https://cdmuller.com for updates and her social media.