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Prince Lander and the Dragon War

by S. D. Smith

Series: Tales of Old Natalia (3), Green Ember (4.75)

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Juvenile Fiction. Juvenile Literature. HTML:Old Natalia, during the declining years of
Whitson Mariner and the rise of tyrannical
dragons and their master, Namoz Dragonking.
Rabbitkind faces extinction, and Prince Lander must follow his aging father to the last desperate edge of hope. A possible future is glimpsed dimly through a veil of darkness and death. This will not be a safe ending.
Blood calls.
Oathbreakers attack.
Allies fracture.
Legends end.
"The tenth Green Ember book is fantastic from beginning to end. It has heart, humor, and plenty of heroics. With new breakout characters, dynamic pacing, and a thrilling conclusion, it's a must-read." —Brian Jones, Animation Executive.
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Juvenile Fiction. Juvenile Literature. HTML:Old Natalia, during the declining years of
Whitson Mariner and the rise of tyrannical
dragons and their master, Namoz Dragonking.
Rabbitkind faces extinction, and Prince Lander must follow his aging father to the last desperate edge of hope. A possible future is glimpsed dimly through a veil of darkness and death. This will not be a safe ending.
Blood calls.
Oathbreakers attack.
Allies fracture.
Legends end.
"The tenth Green Ember book is fantastic from beginning to end. It has heart, humor, and plenty of heroics. With new breakout characters, dynamic pacing, and a thrilling conclusion, it's a must-read." —Brian Jones, Animation Executive.

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