The Last Dragon Rider
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Street-smart Anavah lives a tough life on the crime-ridden streets of northern Presadia. But when a mysterious tinker gives her a curious set of crystal goggles, she discovers a powerful magic that will change her life forever.
Drawn into an adventure that stretches across time and space, she learns about the legendary dragon riders and is caught up in events that will transform Presadia’s history.
The question is: what part will Anavah play? Her life to date has taught her to trust no one, but that instinct may have devastating consequences…
Enter Presadia one more time to experience a third dazzling adventure. Meet friends old and new, and learn of the trust, betrayal, fear, bravery, greed, and sacrifice of individuals that lead to a struggle for Presadia’s very existence.
Reviews for The Last Dragon Rider
“A moving story of a broken child on a dragon-flight to hope and healing. Reminiscent of Narnia but with lots more dragons!” - Julia Golding, author of The Tigers in the Tower, The Curious Crime, and the Cat Royal series
“With a plucky, compelling heroine, a novel steampunk-styled device, and a dragon, of course, this may well be the best book of the three!” - Bob Hartman, author and performance storyteller
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