Science Fiction/Fantasy & Thrillers for your Fall Reading List.
Explore stories where you can lose yourself in imaginative worlds, engage in battles of good versus evil, and become part of gripping tales of people struggling to overcome pasts that continue to haunt them. DISCOVER YOUR NEW FAVORITE STORY –
Tinker Smith & the Conspiracy of OZ
Ten genetically altered children while simply trying to survive seek to stop a mad man from releasing a technological mammoth that could take over the world.
Vengeance of the Wolf
In this dark and gripping world of dreams and nightmares anything can happen in this chilling thriller beyond your wildest imagination.
Daughter of the Dark Lord Series
A Prequel to the Dragomeir Series
Can a young girl and her dragon, the daughter of a ruthless Dark Lord, change the lives of those around her to reflect a new world free of the tyranny they have always known, and thus change her destiny as well?
The Emerald Dragon – Dragomeir Series
This is the first novel of an all-new fantasy series
Tanis Theatra, an ancient warrior is called by an emerald dragon – Demios, and learns to become a dragon rider. He has to interact with the other riders and people of Mt. Drago, a mountain that lies in the middle of a desert but has access to other worlds that are inhabited by both unusual and evil creatures. The riders are led by the Ariella, Queen of the Dragons, and they must band together to fight evil forces that hold the crystal keys that will protect their world and peaceful existence.
When fall comes and the days are shorter, nothing can be more comforting than your favorite blanket and a good book to read. Fall reads can be spooky/scary, lighthearted, serious, or imaginative. So, curl up in your favorite spot and get lost in the world of your choice.
Posted on September 24, 2021, in Fall Reading and tagged Daughter of the Dark Lord, Dragomeir Series, dragon books, dragon riders, dragons, Fall Reading, fantasy, fiction, solitaire parke, The Burning Sky, The Emerald Dragon, Tinker Smith & the Conspiracy of OZ, vengeance of the wolf, writing. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.