Book Three in the Chronicles of Tiralainn - Volume Five
The adventure concludes in this, the last installment in the BOOK OF DRAGONS saga. The long journey is almost over for Rhyden Fabhcun and... More > the Oirat. They've made it to the ancient, underground city of Heese, but so have their mortal enemies, the Khahl. The ruthless spirit-queen Mongoljin has grown more powerful than even the Oirat's greatest ally, Trejaeran Muirel, and in the end, it will be up to Rhyden to face her in a desperate final stand. And if Rhyden fails, he'll not only lose everyone and everything that has grown dear to him-but also face banishment in a nightmarish realm of eternal darkness.< Less
Book Three in the Chronicles of Tiralainn - Volume Three
Rhyden Fabhcun has faced many challenges and enemies in his life. In the third installment of this epic adventure, he faces what could well... More > be his greatest yet -- the vengeful and powerful spirit of a long-dead queen, Mongoljin Burilgitu. Summoned by the Oirat’s bitter enemies, the Khahl, Mongoljin has an appetite for souls and is bent on preventing Temuchin Arightei from claiming the dragons’ lair. She will stop at nothing, and will destroy anyone who stands with the boy who would be king -- including Rhyden.< Less
Book Three in the Chronicles of Tiralainn - Volume Two
In the second installment of this epic adventure, Rhyden Fabhcun must forge a tentative peace with his captors, the nomadic Oirat tribe,... More > and their beautiful, strong-willed leader, Aigiarn Chinuajin. Aigiarn gives Rhyden a bargain he is hard-pressed to refuse: translate a cryptic map that will lead the Oirat to an ancient dragons’ lair, and she will set him free. The only problems -- the map is written in a long-lost language and Rhyden has less than two weeks to decipher it.< Less
Book Three in the Chronicles of Tiralainn - Volume One
Rhyden Fabhcun is tired of being a hero. In the last twenty years, he has survived two wars, fought countless battles, lost friends, severed... More > family ties and earned himself the status of a living legend in his native realm of Tiralainn. Now he is returning to his home across the sea, his life as an ambassador to the Torachan empire, and what he expects will be a predictable, uneventful, if not lonely existence.
Bound by ancient prophecies and newfound promises, all of these paths will inevitable collide in a violent, culminating clash, as across the sea from Tiralainn, a new legend is born.