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A Hero's Legacy: Shattered Friendship -- Fabian Johnson

 
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A Hero's Legacy: Shattered Friendship

Fabian Johnson

Paperback, 6x9 in, 240 pages, FICTION / Fantasy
Wheatmark, December 2010
ISBN: 9781604943481

Description

At seventeen, Michael is the newest member of the dragon riders, an elite force that stands between humanity and total destruction. Though his father was a great hero who sacrificed his life in the line of duty, Michael isn't sure he has what it takes to follow in his footsteps. Maxwell is by far the most talented of the riders. He is also the son of the man who betrayed Michael’s father and his fellow knights a decade ago. Maxwell has been the object of everyone’s hatred for most of his life...and he has a score to settle. As the riders continue their training, the necromancer Ranmar has set a new plan in motion to exterminate every human who walks the earth. But if Michael and Maxwell are to prevail against the forces of darkness, they must first learn to trust each other.

Excerpt

"We are all here for the same purpose," Ranmar began, "to rid this world of the humans who plague it. We all have our reasons for retribution. In one way or another, those pitiful excuses for forms of life have stolen something we hold very dear to us."