Dragon Fool

      Delaney Walnofer
Dragon Fool

Rib was a young dragon unable to do anything when his sister was taken by a group of Huskhn men. Now, full-grown, he's determined to liberate her. But suddenly a plague strikes his beloved homeland and he sets out overseas with companions to save both man and dragon. As conflicts arise, Rib may have to choose between the hundreds of people who hardly know him and his very own sister.Gabriel considered the question for a couple minutes before answering. It was something he didn't like to think about. "The Echusian Desert Rangers audited over 45,000 Arreola plants last season. I can't see how there could be over 10,000 less this year.”Ferderand wasn't quick to respond either, he hadn't thought about the blow back on the Echusian Desert Rangers. "I hadn't consider that," he finally stated. The meaning was clear enough to both of them. Gabriel had been an Echusian Desert Ranger last season, and now he was responsible for a purchase that ended up falling short by 15,000 plants. To someone that didn't know him, it could look like a scam. He could be charged with capitalism, one of the few capital crimes in the Confederacy.
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    Dragon Clutch

      Delaney Walnofer
Dragon Clutch

As a young girl, Damara lived with dragons. Years later, in the Kingdom of Wystil, she’s desperate to stop the looming war between humans and the dragons she fondly remembers. Spurning the warnings of her loved ones, Damara runs away and joins a pack of dragons in the hope of preventing further bloodshed. But she soon finds that not all dragons are what she believed.Description: In this exciting thriller (series), Tempest Eugene Nesbit (T.E.N.) runs from the government, the same government that ordered his wife to be killed and is now hunting him down. The top secret project he worked on was shut down, but why? His bodyguard and friend may have the answers, and hands Ten a list of who made the final decision about the project and his life sentence. Also on the list are the names of six other scientists about to be eliminated. What government project could be this important? When Ten realizes that his project could essentially kill millions, he must find a way to stop it…and get back at those who destroyed his life. If you like fast action thrillers, you’ll love this series. “Couldn’t put this series down.” —Jim Russell “If you enjoy James Rollins and Steve Berry, you’ll love Terry Persun.” —Gerry Parsons “As exciting as Brad Thor and as interesting as Brad Meltzer.” —Kevin Jacobs For fans of thrillers, adventure novels, men’s adventure, government conspiracy, top secret plans, top secret science, sci-fi thrillers, suspense, mystery/suspense, science fiction thrillers, sci-fi suspense, sci-fi mystery, science fiction suspense, science fiction mystery, sci-fi detective, science fiction detective, near future thrillers, near future suspense, near future detective, near future sci-fi thrillers, near future science fiction thrillers, near future sci-fi suspense, near future science fiction suspense, political thrillers, political suspense, political mystery, political mystery/suspense, political detective, political secret agent, secret agent thrillers, secret agent, suspense, secret agent mystery, sci-fi series, science fiction series, thriller series, suspense series, mystery/suspense series, sci-fi thriller series, science fiction thriller series, political thriller series, hard sci-fi, hard science fiction, and more.
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    Dragon Slave

      Delaney Walnofer
Dragon Slave

The king’s adolescent daughter, Theora, only knows the life of royalty. When she finds herself living amongst a whole colony of dragons, with no scraps of her previous life to hold onto, she’s desperate to return home. Dragged out of one society and cast into another, there is one thing she will learn for sure-- that the dragons are nothing like the humans envisioned them to beMagic-wielders, shape-shifters, mermaids, empaths and diviners and even teddy bears and computer programmers wander through 26 stories, written into life for situations thought-provoking, compelling or absurd. It's a collection of diverse stories, from the first one written when Stephanie Barr (then Beck) was13-14 years old to the last ones finished last year. The tales show off not only Stephanie's eclectic imagination but the growth of her story telling as she taught herself to write (in the way she wanted to) through writing. So it's all fiction and totally autobiographical at the same time.
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