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A Dragon's Unwilling Gift

By Adi Hogg - ISBN: 9781922751355

RRP: $32.95

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Adi Hogg lives near the mighty Murray River in South Australia and loves his warm summer days out on the water with his family. If he isn't out playing on the water with his boat, you'll find him tending his cattle or vineyard. Winters consist of Aussie rules football on the weekend and nights in front of the fire with the family. His love of books and literature go hand in hand with his quiet country home. You could find him taking a quiet break on the back of the ute with a book and his kelpie, Cheesle, around lunch time on any given day.

A Dragon's Unwilling Gift

By Adi Hogg - ISBN: 9781922751355

RRP: $32.95

A great ocean separates the countries of two young men but the waters are not enough to separate the shared fates...

Two boys from different countries face the extraordinary challenges of dealing with dragons, magic, family, love and famine…

Alexander, the Bear King of Yarexih, comes to power and discovers long standing issues from generations ago. The support of a few and the power of the mighty dragon Zenos, are what he needs to raid a neighbouring country for precious food and supplies so his people may survive...

Golgoth is a country lad from a loving home, thrust into a whirlpool of self-discovery after an unexpected encounter with dragons. He finds challenges that no human has ever faced as he fights the first battle of war now brewing in his peaceful homeland...

All the while Zupic has become an unwilling pawn, her heart torn apart as she must quell the violence the two nations are about to endure with great consequence…

“A wonderful tale of worlds and youth and passions… A great ride into real fantasy and storytelling… Great work!” Donald, Indie Book reviewer

We acknowledge the Traditional Owners of Country throughout Australia and recognise their continuing connection to land, waters and culture.

We pay our respects to their Elders past, present and emerging.

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