Young hunter Orion fleeing a fatal tragedy he considers his own making.
Author: Daniel Smith
Publisher: Independently Published
Young hunter Orion fleeing a fatal tragedy he considers his own making. Finds himself shipwrecked and injured in a foreign land. Facing death, he finds himself befriended by a cursed dragon. Help by a mistreated healer. Harboring her own dark secrets. These outcasts find themselves banding together. Haunted by his past and hunted by an unknown shadow following them. They must overcome their pasts. Embracing the courage and friendship to face a haunted house, bandits, pirates and cursed island. In a no hold battle of sword against sorcery and monsters. Fighting the living and dead to find the friendship and redemption to survive. In this legendary quest.
“I'm thinking,” said Isabella. The creature, bleeding all over, began to walk slowly on all fours towards them. Smoke blew from its nostrils as it stumbled. “Think faster! The dragon is coming closer,” said Jess. Then the dragon shook ...
Isabella, Daisy and Archie, meet me back here in ten minutes.' While the de Lowes rushed upstairs to their bedroom in the attic of Eden Cottage, Sue explored the house, looking under every bed and inspecting every room and hidey-hole, ...
Author: James Erith
Publisher: Jerico Press
Category: Young Adult Fiction
To gain its freedom. One of the Heirs must die. But which one? And by whose hand? In the eerie tunnels of an ancient labyrinth, lives a remarkable beast. In a fight to the death, only the Heirs of Eden can save us. Under the ruined castle on the top of the cliffs of the North Yorkshire Moors, a battle is about to commence and this dragon has never been defeated. Meanwhile, as the world tips into chaos, the authorities have no choice but to intensify their hunt for missing Archie, Daisy, and Isabella. Fully armed units head towards the ruin. Will the soldiers get to the Heirs of Eden first, or will their friends and allies do enough to distract them? With the planet counting down to destruction and a terrifying beast to overcome, the last thing the Heirs need is authority getting in their way. The Dragon's Game, book four of James Erith's Eden Chronicles, is the latest in his high-octane, action-crammed, fantasy-adventure series with wonderful twists and turns. Praise for The Dragon's Game: "This book. This author. The entire series. Uber creativity and style!" "What a story, the action and emotional upheavals will take you away to a world that James has dreamed up. It's full of life and strife, it'll make you laugh and bring tears to your eyes. Come and get lost in his world for awhile, you won't regret it." (Amazon Reviews)
He smiled as his youngest sister Isabella danced past. “Isabella is the Countess of Gloucester, but where is the earl?” she asked. “Young de Clare is fighting in Ireland. I shall have to join him shortly.
Author: Virginia Henley
With her sapphire eyes and silken dark hair, Princess Eleanor was a bewitching beauty made for a man's pleasure. Once a child bride, but widowed at a tender age, she swore never to marry again and took a vow of eternal chastity...until Simon de Montfort marched into England and set his smoldering dark gaze upon her, King Henry's youngest sister, the royal family's most precious jewel. Bold, arrogant, and invincible, the towering Norman knight inspired awe in the bravest of men...and a reckless desire in Eleanor's untried heart.
Several dragons turned to look at her.' 'The young Salamander is correct,' said Isabella, stiffly. '“Fingers” is a technical term, to describe the claw-like digits of certain reptiles and squirrels.' 'And these squirrel claws are the ...
Author: Adam Roberts
Publisher: Hachette UK
Lizbreath Salamander is young and beautiful. Her scales have an iridescent sheen, her wings arch proudly, her breath has a tang of sulfur. And on her back a tattoo of a mythical creature: a girl. But when Lizbreath is drawn into a dark conspiracy she will have to rely on more than her beauty and her vicious claws the size of sabres ... A dragon has disappeared, one of a secretive clan. As Lizbreath delves deeper into their history she realises that these dragons will do anything to defend their secrets. Welcome to the world of The Dragon With The Girl Tattoo. A world of gloomy Nordic dragons leading lives uncannily like our own (despite their size, despite the need for extensive fireproofing of home furnishings), a world of money hoarded, a world of darkness and corruption. A world where people are the fantasy.
It's a spinel, carved as a dragon in pink, and this is a blue diamond that was found in India and cut for a cravat pin for Louis XV. This Cravat pin had the dragon surrounded by aquamarine and.
Author: Marty Rightmyer
Category: Comics & Graphic Novels
Ancient leather journals found in the library of the old jungle estate, lead Rosas and both of her Sister-in-laws back in time to Isabella Caradelli, a known Pirate of the 15th and 16th centurtes in the Medeterrian. They learn of her experiences; strange family history and soon discover the presence of an ancient Pirate treasure trove that has been hidden for Centuries. Following clues left in Isabellas ships logs and journals they discover more then treasure and set off for Greece to the ancient Villa of Vincent Caradelli, Isabella's father. Their searching leads then to yet another ancient family treasure they never knew existed. Isabella takes them on a whirlwind adventure of a Lady Pirates life and through the old Royal Histories of France, England, Spain and the New Colonies of the America's. Another discovery these three found is of family members that were not known until they arrived in Greece to start their search for a legacy and treasure. Isabella is their ancient family and they learn no one messes with a Lady Pirate or her secrets as she rules on the seas. Book 4 in the series of 7 Join me at martyrightmyerbooks.com
arrived where it was written in a big letters 'The Dragon Cave'. They went inside and a large dragon was there. When he saw Isabella and Anne, he burst out in anger. 'How can you get in my house?' “We are sorry but can we please stay ...
Author: Azka Masih
The present book 'Wings of Imagination' is a collection of stories written by Baby Azka Masih, an 11 year old girl studying in class 6. It includes stories, when she was in class 4 she became addicted to read stories. She was inspired by some authors and decided to write her own stories. As a father of Baby Azka my role has been confined to encouraging and motivating her in putting her creative and imaginative ideas on paper in the form of stories.
Isabella. I want you here, now.” And before Jason could say another word or take another breath, he stood with Gavan in the Gathering Hall of Camp Ravenwyng, with Isabella and Khalil both appearing at his heels. Isabella gathered up ...
Author: Emily Drake
As the Magickers seek the third and most important Gate into the magic-filled land of Haven, the elder members are being stricken by a strange ailment that drains their power and ages them. And the Dark Hand is more than willing to take advantage of the Magickers' weakness to strike...
Isabellaseemed unaffectedbut her mother referredher becauseshe was worried howthe divorce was impacting Isabella. ... The therapist agreed andJuliana ran out to get the large dragon with fire coming from its mouth.
Author: Daniel S. Sweeney
Group Play Therapy presents an updated look at an effective yet underutilized therapeutic intervention. More than just an approach to treating children, group play therapy is a life-span approach, undergirded by solid theory and, in this volume, taking wings through exciting techniques. Drawing on their experiences as clinicians and educators, the authors weave theory and technique together to create a valuable resource for both mental health practitioners and advanced students. Therapists and ultimately their clients will benefit from enhancing their understanding of group play therapy.
They helped Isabella to free her fellow slaves and gave the worst of them life saving treatment, often speaking in a beautiful lilting ... Ahab rumbled, Isabella did as she was instructed and was soon flying on the back of a Dragon.
Author: Steven Tomes
Publisher: Steven Tomes
Taken from the world he knew, Ahab finds himself in an alien world with an oddly familiar Society and tasked by his dead brother to keep that Society safe from both itself and its enemies. While adapting to married life, children and a new set of abilities and laws.
the gates of Dragons Peak. Isabella said, “We should tie the horses outside the gates. I will knock the guards out, and tie them up. Then you and Iwilltake and wear their armor and enter through the gates. Then we get into the Dungeon, ...
Publisher: Trafford Publishing
Damien and Seth are patrolling the festival of the Crowning of the King in Morrisville. Unexpectedly, the city gets attacked by vicious creatures. Damien and Seth journey to Waterhold with the survivors of the assault. They alarm the city of Waterhold, as well as General Aaron. While they are in the city of Waterhold they gather a small fleet of warriors to travel to the Oracles. The fleet consisted of Damien, Seth, General Aaron, Isabella, and Michael. Each ready to sacrifice themselves for Caspia. The warriors Journey to places like Dragons Peak, Ark woods, and even the Sea of Souls to find a way to slay Galahad. Not knowing that every step they take brings them closer to the rising of Galahad.....
“I am Queen Angelique Isabella Carita of Frösön, Sweden. Kai, the dolphin, is my dearest ... Julu stood beside him, back in her dragon form. Zero is alarmed by what he ... Engrossed by Isabella's revelation, he'd forgotten about Zero.
Author: Jan Anderegg
Publisher: Gatekeeper Press
Category: Young Adult Fiction
There is a magical land just beyond our imaginations called Jirvania; where stories grow. Muse faeries gather ripened “story-pearls” and carry them to writers, musicians, and poets here in our world. In the heart of Jirvania stands The Great Library, where every story is collected by the library’s guardian, Karel. This library is a portal to other times and places where one can step into stories and experience them first hand. Homework has never been such fun. When eleven-year-old Jack Lemoine finds an opal dragon egg in Mystic, Connecticut, he discovers the real world is not what he thought. Dragons, unicorns, faeries, centaurs, and countless others do exist. Unfortunately, so do witches, ogres, goblins, and monsters, and they want Jack dead, yesterday. It has been prophesied he will one day save Jirvania, with the help of a magical opal dragon, Julu, but evil disrupts time itself, leading to the annihilation of Jirvania, seven years before Jack comes of age. Imagination ceases to exist. Libraries, art galleries, concert halls, and theme parks vanish. Our lives become meaningless and empty. Jirvania's lone survivor, Karel receives a visitor from the stars, urging him to change the story. Meanwhile, back in Mystic, Jack and his friend, Mia are thrown into a fantastical adventure when Julu hatches and takes them back in time to protect them. Through her stories, they learn that family, friendship, and love are the threads that bind us together, no matter who or what we are and hope is often found in the most unexpected places. Can Karel change the story and save our imaginations?
ISABELLA: – They loved it so much, I thought we should build an opera house for them – what do you think? ... The Dragon. FARINELLI: Yes, see that? ISABELLA: I'd be lying if I said I could. (Trying.) Why is it called that?
Author: Claire Van Kampen
Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing
Category: Performing Arts
Farinelli and the King is a "profoundly funny and haunting mediation on melancholy and the therapeutic powers of music" set in the Royal Spanish court in the 18th century. Depressed and plagued by insomnia, Kind Philippe V of Spain lies awake in his chamber. The Queen, desperate to find a cure, hears of Farinelli - a castrato with a voice so divine it has the power to captivate all who hear it. Philippe is capricious and difficult to please, but even he is astonished when Farinelli sings, and begs him to stay. But will Farinelli, one of the greatest celebrities of his time, choose a life of solitude over fame and fortune in the opera houses of Europe? And will his extraordinary talent prove to be a curse rather than a blessing? Described as "an enchanting, shimmering fairytale for grown-ups"(New York Times), Farinelli and the King starrred Mark Rylance and played to sold-out audiences at Shakespeare's Globe. It transferred with great success to London's West End and Broadway in 2017.
When I am weary, I needlepoint a pattern I am making for Professor Isabella. Abalone has promised me that she will take me hunting again soon. I drift off and dream of sharks with golden hair and hard, green eyes.
Author: Jane Lindskold
Publisher: Obsidian Tiger Inc
Sarah talks to her rubber dragon. She also talks to walls, paintings, and other inanimate objects. She has incredible difficulty talking to humans. That makes her crazy, right? What most people don’t bother to discover is that when Sarah talks to inanimate objects, they answer. Tossed out onto the streets from the mental institution where she has lived most of her adult life, Sarah is adopted by Abalone, a hacker whose home is the weird and wild industrial Jungle ruled over by Head Wolf. But Sarah’s idyll with her new Pack can’t last. Someone is searching for her – and not even the Pack can protect her from those who know her secret and plan to use her gift for their own dark ends. This special edition contains the original novel, along with the essay "Pride of Place," which talks about the origin of Lindskold's first published novel.
Isabella is greeted warmly by Darissa who is standing right outside the entrance holding her equipment. “Thank you, Darissa. Are you going to join me on ... Isabella liked the one that resembled a dragon and decided to try that one.
Author: Marcia Gomez
Isabella had her life planned and things were working out as she had planned, until she fell in love with Andrew. Andrew was from the year 1187. His magician and friend, Magdanna, found Isabella after much searching. When Andrew took Isabella to 1187 for the first time, he told her she was his soul mate.
*The dragon-like Scoldrant flapped its mighty wings and blew the surrounding treetop branches away, revealing a path ... "You gotta get away from that-" Isabella: "A Scoldrant-" *She frowned at the dragon-like Scoldrant in disgust.
Author: Michael Rogers
In the third epic installment, our heroes find the origin to the ""Yellow Eyed Disease."" Together, with the help of the Astraseeker, Arcadia, track down an unknown creature harnessing the power of Radiatons. Confronted by Niklauseh and Ginger Susanoo, the creature unexpectedly steals some of the planet's Aurorions! With the world slowly decaying and an unknown creature walking the lands, what will The Rostical Guild do? Twortz, under the direct orders of the Consultant, tracks and finds The Last Unknown Territory, discovers the mystery behind them and its secrets! Everything seemed to be going smoothly, until the moment Twortz was suddenly confronted by the very person she hates!! How will her tale end? And who could it be? From people made of paper, to twins creating a new element of mist-like fire, the revelation of the final villain and familiar faces from The Rostical User series, this will be a delicious tale to read! Many questions answered and many more to be explained, read to find out!
demanded Isabella. “And wield a saber?” She skipped across the grass, waving an imaginary sword. Thank God for her daughter's interruption. The lilting laughter was a pointed reminder that Isabella's future depended on her.
Author: Cara Elliott
Publisher: Hachette UK
An expert in antiquities, Lady Alessandra della Giamatti arrives in Bath to excavate newly discovered Roman ruins-only to find herself caught in a web of evil intrigue by a blackmailer threatening to expose her scandalous past. The one man who can help her is Lord James "Black Jack" Pierson, a fellow member of the expedition and a sinfully handsome rogue whose tempting presence ignites a different sort of danger. Jack has clashed with Alessandra in the past, so when she suddenly surrenders her body he can't help being suspicious. Is she a scheming temptress? Or is she truly a lady in trouble? As desire and deceptions swirl around them, Alessandra and Jack must find a way to win each other's trust. For if they don't work together to uncover a shocking truth, their enemy-and their own simmering passions-may destroy them and everything they cherish.
Isabella groaned. 'She's a dragon!' Lottie was one of those people who simply didn't like anyone and had a stubbornness that could strip paint o the walls. at was, at least, how Dad 'I know she's grumpy, but we're lucky to have her.
Author: E.J Powe
Publisher: eBook Partnership
Category: Juvenile Fiction
'The Bones of Becket' is a thrilling mystery based around a tantalising urban myth. Set in Canterbury, England, this riveting story merges the past and present into a lively and action-packed tale that keeps you guessing until the end. No-one else but Ambrose seems to care that the Professor is missing. That is until an eccentric doctor with a basset hound turns up, revealing a shocking clue to his friend's whereabouts. Ambrose can't resist the opportunity to be a detective, even though his older sister Isabella is somewhat reluctant to be an accomplice. What follows is a high-stakes quest to uncover a truth that's been buried for centuries, though Ambrose will soon find out that some people will do anything to keep a secret.
antonio Why should a minute oflove's hour be lost? isabella Fie, out again! ... keepers of the madhouse; Isabella's substitution ofgiants for the dragon ofthe original myth may be an indication that she has caught sight of Lollio above.
Author: Thomas Middleton
Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing
Category: Literary Criticism
This New Mermaids anthology brings together the four most popular and widely studied of Thomas Middleton's plays - Women Beware Women; The Changeling; The Roaring Girl and A Chaste Maid in Cheapside - with a new introduction by William Carroll, examining the plays in the context of early modern theatre, culture and politics, as well as their language, characters and themes. On-page commentary notes guide students to a better understanding and combine to make this an indispensable student edition ideal for study and classroom use from A Level upwards.