Calling fantasy and dragon lovers! Is action and magic your thing? Is a fight for survival your cup of tea? Check this out!
As a renowned Drak Rider, Rhiannon Elers and her dragon, Iberax, fly all over Ilrion exploring what she never got to see when executing quests for her Master. All of a sudden, that new-found freedom is pulled out from beneath her. Now on a mission for the king she has to find the Orb of Egregious in the forbidden Dark Lands. Not only will she be traveling all across Ilrion for this orb, but she has to do it with Darrin Hallacre – a fellow Drak Rider and the king’s pet. He is as charming and handsome as he is mysterious, and Rhiannon’s heart and mind is put to the ultimate test. And just when Rhiannon thought she knew everything, a shocking truth forces her to take a step back and question everything, even herself. Rhiannon will endure a quest that will not only alter her life forever, but prove that a will of steel is what she needs to survive.
Check out this epic fantasy adventure set in medieval times, where music is forbidden and a young girl is pursued in her efforts to save her brother.
In a world where music is against the law, Creak, a young musician, finds herself as one of the king’s targets. In order to protect her brother, Creak leaves him behind and flees their home village. Fighting the king’s minions and her own internal battles Creak must make it to the rebels before she is caught by the young royal knight with mysterious eyes. But, traveling becomes a lot more dangerous when the king makes a wish that puts all musicians in danger. Will Creak survive or die trying to reach the rebels? What will happen to her brother? Are the rebels even safe?
This one started a bit slower than the others. The first two sections about the singing doesn’t seem to progress the story any: it was rehearsals and yet more rehearsals (which I get, but the story then drags as a result). There are quite a few names – perhaps introduce them one by one instead of all at once to let us get to know them better and know their place in the formation. The third section definitely got the story going – people are disappearing, some are overly anxious, others are more laidback. This is the cue for me to realise something was wrong and to carry on reading.