IN THE SHADOW OF THE DRAGON KING
Book 1 in the Chronicles of Fallhollow series
Seventeen-year-old, Eric, is a kick-butt squire to the most revered knight in Fallhollow. Well he would be if Sir Trogsdill allowed him to do anything even remotely awesome. Determined to prove his worth, Eric sets out to find the mythical paladin summoned to protect the realm from the evil lurking nearby.
Sixteen-year-old, David, spends his days collecting school honors, winning archery tournaments, and trying not to fall in love with his scrappy best friend, Charlotte.
Right when things start to get interesting, he is whisked away to the magical realm of Fallhollow where everyone thinks he's some sort of paladin destined to fulfill a two-hundred-year-old prophecy. He's supposed to help kill a dragon with some sort of magic key. The same key that happens to adorn the neck of an annoying squire who's too wrapped up in proving himself to be much help to anyone.
With egos as big as the dragon they need to destroy, Eric and David must get over themselves, or watch everything they know and love, burn.
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"An exciting read that will leave you breathless and wanting more!" ~ Adriana Mather, author of HOW TO HANG A WITCH
"If you’ve been waiting for a good dragon tale, you’ll definitely want to latch onto a copy of this book. The nemesis dragon king is terrifying and overwhelming, bitter and fierce. My mouth went dry every time he entered a scene." ~ Sharon Hughson, author
"... a riveting read...rich with details...a story with a timeless, classic feel." ~ Laurie Elizabeth Finn, author of FIRSTS
"My mind is blown with how completely magnificent this book is! ... I'm absolutely dying for that next book!!!" - Maghon Thomas, Happy Tails and Tales Reviews
"I love this book! I just don't like it, I love it! I could go one for hours about how in-depth this book is. It was truly a deep fantasy ride filled with beautiful descriptions! " - Sheryl Winters, Author of Skydreamer
"The sass is strong with this one." ~ Verbosity Reviews