A dragon rules Nagora’s future.
Her submission is total,
… no matter the cost.
These are the ingredients of the blame lone-wolf warrior Nagora carries:
A newborn child, years ago abandoned in the custody of a dragon in the Land of the Danu.
One witch’s malediction upon another.
A map to an ancient maze drawn in destiny’s blood.
An ageless child witch love bound to the most precious egg of a dragon.
An unbelievable royal insult.
Superstition’s thirst for revenge.
The only chance of survival for a race of dragons.
A kingdom on the brink of having the blood of all its people spilled and all its land scorched to ashes.
The legacy of a nation’s heroine.
The onus of a curse’s execution.
Are these a recipe for the fatal disaster Nagora’s nemesis wishes to serve on her and those she loves?
To find out … Come. Escape with Nagora into her dragon’s world.
In the world of fiction, if Stieg Larson's Lisbeth Salander, from The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo, had an ancestor from an Iron Age when dragons lived, Nagora would be her.
AUTHOR NOTE TO READERS:
The Dragon's Game books are best appreciated when read in order.