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Dragon Queen: An Ancient Mirrors Tale by Jayel Gibson
Cover Artist: Michele-lee Phelan
Synergy Paperback  ISBN/ITEM#: 9781933538464
Date: 01 May 2007 List Price $14.95 Amazon US / Amazon UK /

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Product Description: Imagine being summoned from the slumber of death, awaking in a shattered world you do not recall, betrayed by sibling, parent and lover...imagine your search for the truth. Dragon Queen: An Ancient Mirrors Tale is a legend of magic, adventure, and courage set in the mythical world of AEdracmorae; a tale that explores strength and weakness, hope and fear, and what it means to be a guardian in a world where peace hangs by a fine, golden thread. Without knowledge of the past, Yavie and the Guardians stumble on a quest more filled with peril than any that have come before, a quest that will test the depths of their loyalties and which paths they will choose. Together they embark on a journey to discover the truth of Yávië s birthright and a world they no longer remember. With the discovery that she was born of the Dragon Queen, Yavie is given knowledge of the powerful artifacts that will reunite the shattered kingdoms into a single world. However, with the rebirth of AEdracmorae will come the opening of doorways that bring chaos and shadow to the new world, an evil that may be far worse than the original destruction of the realm of the Dragon Queen. It is within this darkness that the guardians and their young queen struggle to gain control of what they have unleashed upon the kingdoms.

(Source: Synergy)

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