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The most difficult and important test in a young dragon’s life, the Krusible is the only way to gain freedom from the Rock Clouds where his dragon ruck lives, but Dak can’t manage to remain silent for it. If he doesn’t earn freedom, he might as well crawl into a cave and let his fire consume him.
When his two best friends leave for an exciting mission, Dak risks everything to secretly follow them. However, once on the surface world, Dak quickly learns – in the face of temptation, savagery, torture and possible death – the significance of the secret of Avonoa.
“Stay away from the surface world!” That’s what Hiro told himself. In fact, that’s what he teaches young dragons now. Humans are dangerous, violent, and evil - best to avoid. That’s all Hiro wants now, too. Until a human shows up in his lair and ruins everything!
Princess Anna tricks Tog, Hiro’s best friend, into sneaking her back into Hiro’s life. Even with the story of a dangerous creature attacking, Hiro refuses her pleas for help. But when the dragons learn that previous involvement with the humans has dire lasting effects, Hiro is forced to investigate. With death sweeping over the land, Hiro’s intervention discovers possibilities none could imagine – least of all, him.
“Protect your heart!” Hiro’s father and every other dan in the dragon ruck grew up hearing these words from their mentors. When your heart breaks for a dame, she can control you…or ruin you.
Control. Power. These are things not taken lightly. So why is it that Hiro’s heart is so easily swayed? But not toward the one he prefers.
With an enemy army on the horizon and the possible discovery of a dragon poison, why should he worry about his heart breaking?
The extinction of dragons has never been more imminent as human armies, equipped with the faeries’ dragon poison, surround the Rock Clouds.
While dragons fight amongst themselves, Hiro’s body rages within him. Even with the centaurs’ help, everyone knows it won’t be enough. Hiro is desperate for the survival of the dragons.
Unfortunately, he can’t even save himself.
With too many secrets of his own, Hiro is tasked to discover a traitor. His most dangerous secret, also his greatest advantage, becomes his riskiest move to uncover the truth.
Human armies surround the Rock Clouds with poisoned arrows in their quivers. Even with the help of the centaurs and other rucks, the dragons await their own destruction.
A previously unknown and powerful ally appears, but who will they defend?
When all secrets are revealed and every truth comes to light, The One must unite or all will be utterly destroyed in the Krusible.
In despair since losing her mother, will superhuman powers embolden her to fight the darkness?
Ella is trying to survive her depressing life by avoiding her life-of-the-freakin’-party aunt and cousin. She never imagined that finally submitting to one of her cousin’s stupid outings could almost get her killed…or worse.
When Ella wakes in the hospital able to read minds, she prays that’s the worst of it. But it turns out there’s a whole obscure world of powered people like her, and they’re intent on dragging her into their little underground war.
Now with dangerous people after her, she has to decide if there’s anything in this life worth dying for…or possibly, worth fighting for.
If he can no longer trust his allies, where can he turn before the world falls to chaos and destruction?
Liam McCurdy has fought alongside the People of the Storm for decades, especially when the covert group of powered individuals recently overcame the Shadow, an enemy with similar abilities. Liam thought they could finally go back to normal, recruiting and helping those who gain superpowers as well…but something’s wrong. His closest friends start acting strange. He soon realizes that words and actions aren’t what they seem.
When the most important woman in his life begins to slip away too, Liam wonders if it’s her mother’s influence or something else entirely. With the help of a new recruit, Liam must reveal missing information and missing people. But is the hunt for his friends really the greatest danger?
Will the People of the Storm unleash a threat like the world has never known? Are they powerful enough to contain it? Or will it rain fire and death?