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Omega Dragon (Children of the Bard)

by Bryan Davis

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0899578837, Paperback)

Omega Dragon is the fourth book in Children of the Bard, a sequel series to the best-selling Dragons in our Midst and Oracles of Fire series. This book concludes the adventures of Matt and Lauren, twin siblings born to Billy and Bonnie Bannister.

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"Matt Bannister carries the corpse of his twin sister, Lauren, into Abaddon's Lair, the wellspring of resurrection power. Along with Listener, he hopes to solve the mystery of this sacred chamber and restore Lauren's life. When he reads from Abaddon's secret resurrection book, disaster strikes, and he and Listener are forced to seek a different path where they are faced with another catastrophe--an ice storm laced with a villain's potion that threatens to kill every inhabitant of Second Eden. In the meantime, Marilyn Bannister seeks a way to enter Second Eden. She must restore the great dragon Clefspeare so that he can battle Arramos, the draconic manifestation of Satan. Arramos has been capturing and killing children as a way to bring God's wrath upon the Earth, and only Clefspeare is powerful enough to stop him. Transporting Clefspeare into Second Eden is possible, and only Sapphira Adi, the great Oracle of Fire, is able to open the secret portal to that world. While in the midst of apocalyptic destruction, Sapphira, Elam, Billy, Bonnie, Walter, and Ashley battle Arramos as he tries to thwart their plans and enter Second Eden himself. His goal? Complete annihilation of that world. Heroes and heroines fight evil in order to save helpless innocents from Arramos as he kills, maims, and destroys. All seems lost against this unholy terror, and their only hope is the restoration of Clefspeare, the Omega Dragon."--p.[4] of cover… (more)

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