A Sword for a Dragon (Bazil Broketail, Book 2) by Christopher Rowley

By Christopher Rowley

THE 109TH DRAGONS
The such a lot dependable bunch of dragon warriors and human attendants ever to march on crusade had simply been reformed whilst Bazil Broketail and his human boy, Relkin, back from a fruitless look for Bazil's loved eco-friendly dragoness. longing for motion opposed to the evil enemy forces, the dragon and his boy have been overjoyed to find that in their absence a brand new sword have been crafted for Bazil via the elves, a sword much more robust than the only he'd formerly misplaced. So armed, how might they in all likelihood fail to defeat the entire foes who awaited them?
But there has been one chance neither Bazil nor Relkin may be able to count on - the forces of the Goddess of dying had marked them either as her selected sufferers for trap and sacrifice...

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Rivalen thanked Shar for sparing Shade Enclave the fate of Sakkors. He promised her that he would resurrect the sunken city. He would bring it up from the bottom and back into the air, just as Shade Enclave had emerged from the shadows to fly again in Faerûn’s sky. Through the mental connection of his spell, Rivalen willed the kraken to move closer. He longed to examine the mountaintop in more detail. The powerful magic that had first severed the top of the mountain from its root appeared also to have preserved it nearly intact, despite the impact and the passing of years.

Quiet shrouded the wood. Even the insects were sleeping. Aril could hear himself breathing. He and his mother moved lightly through the undergrowth—quiet and light was the halfling way, his mother always said. Aril could have sneaked up and touched the three brown hares he saw nibbling on foliage near the base of a pine. He was hardly quick or graceful on his clubfoot, but he was quiet. Fighting another yawn, he suddenly longed for his bed. ” “Not far, Aril. ” Aril was glad of it. He decided the time was right to ask about Nem.

Usually, she took him to hear Hearthmistress Millam give a sermon about Yondalla. And the hearthmistress said the same thing every time: the harvest would be better next year, the drought and wild weather could not last, the dragons had all gone back to sleep. Millam’s voice always made Aril drowsy. “It’s your Nameday,” Mother said. ” He knew what she wanted him to say, so he said it, though without much enthusiasm. “No, Mother. We should go to temple and hear the hearthmistress. ” Mother smiled and took his hand in hers.

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