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Windrider by Pamela Freeman
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Windrider

by Pamela Freeman

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When Windrider the dragon causes King Max to forget who he is, Princess Betony, whose mother is a dryad, follows the dragon and must decide if she really belongs in the forest, rather than among humans, while her friends Basil, the gardener who is studying to be a prince, and Clover, an apprentice witch, go after her.When Windrider the dragon causes King Max to forget who he is, Princess Betony, whose mother is a dryad, follows the dragon and must decide if she really belongs in the forest, rather than among humans.
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The eye of the wind-dragon is bewitchingly blue, with patterns of silver like clouds in the wind or foam on the sea. One glance and it will steal a human's heart for ever. Princess Betony is only part-human, so she can look Windrider in the eye, but her father falls under the mighty dragon's spell. Through the Dark Forest of Nevermore and into the dangerous high country Betony must go, to confront the dragon and rescue the king. But who will save Betony when the Wild Magic calls her?.… (more)

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