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TOSOD Chapter 19


The next day’s journey was just as uneventful as the last. Marek had another pointless conversation with Razoun. Barsheel was drilling Dynast heavily and making him read volumes of scrolls every chance he could. By this Dynast was kept very quiet. Still the men seemed in good spirits and Marek could feel the love growing […]

TOSOD Chapter 17


Marek sat alone for most of the evening. He pondered where to go next while pretending to study a map of the known world. As the men finished eating and the fire died out Trax asked if Marek needed anything. Marek dismissed him and said that he was fine. Trax knew this to be a […]

TOSOD Chapter 14


Marek awoke with the sun shining brightly in his eyes. He ate breakfast quickly and set out to gather his men. He ran into Dynast and found himself instantly smiling at the boy. “Dynast, do you still wish to join me and my men.” “Yes, very much so.” “Barsheel has agreed to take charge of […]

TOSOD Chapter 12


Morning came and Marek rose up with a spark in his step, he showered Miranda awake with kisses. She let the moisture from his lips sink into her cheeks. She was quite energetic herself. They dressed and decided to head toward the hospital area together after some breakfast. Marek stepped outside and almost ran into […]

TOSOD Chapter 8


Marek picked himself up and regained his composure. He cleaned his crystal which was now blacker than soot. He was sure that whatever magic it had contained was now gone, but he kept it anyway. He grabbed a vile of the dragon’s blood and a few of it shed scales. He placed them in a […]

TOSOD Chapter 7


As Marek took control of the dragon he looked about to the other two that were reducing the city to rubble. One was flying on the outskirts of the city picking up people and tossing them about like chips at a poker table. The other was releasing fireball after fireball setting buildings ablaze with no […]

Book 1 Chapter 6


Marek and Miranda awoke to screams that pierced the silence of the night like a sword across the abdomen. They rushed outside only to be reminded very quickly by the cold of the early morning hours that they were not wearing much. It didn’t matter though. The sight before them was chilling to the bone. […]