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  • The Dragon Collector: An Action & Adventure Fantasy

    D.K. Drake

    language (Dream Doers Publishing LLC, June 17, 2014)
    DRAGONS EXIST? And he must collect how many of them to dethrone the absurdly powerful evil king and free the people of Zandador? Fifteen-year-old Javan believes he is simply an ordinary orphan abandoned by his mother at birth—until he is whisked away to another dimension and his destiny as the chosen one from the Collector Bloodline is revealed.Armed only with an ancient weapon, a trio of old advisors, and his determination to win, Javan is soon caught up in a dangerous Battle for the Throne.Now his choices could save—or destroy—the people and dragons of Zandador, including the mother he just met.***Join the adventure by picking up a copy of this newly revised and expanded edition of The Dragon Collector today!***
  • The Dragon Protector: An Action & Adventure Fantasy

    D.K. Drake

    language (Dream Doers Publishing LLC, March 12, 2019)
    Can she crack the code and save the baby dragons?Taliya has never opened the portal to Earth before. But if she can’t crack the indecipherable code and get the dragon eggs to Earth, they won’t hatch. If they don’t hatch, Javan can’t complete his dragon collection. If Javan can’t complete his collection, he’ll lose the Battle of the Throne.If he loses the Battle, King Omri will extend his oppressive rule, and all Dragon Stalkers will become extinct.The hope of Zandador and the life of all Dragon Stalkers thus rests on her young shoulders. Will she rise to the occasion or crumble under the pressure?
  • The Dragon Hunter: An Action & Adventure Fantasy

    D.K. Drake

    language (Dream Doers Publishing LLC, March 20, 2016)
    Will his quest end with a dragon…or death?Micah, a strong soldier from the Hunter Bloodline and son of the Dark King, is on a mission to stop Javan the Dragon Collector by hunting the four types of Dragon Stalkers before Javan can complete his collection.Micah is one of the youngest men to ever enter the Battle of the Throne, and he proudly fights to keep his father, King Omri, in power. But when he is transported to unfamiliar territory with his rival Javan, his fight becomes one of survival and can only end when he wins another dragon or loses his own life.
  • The Dragon Hunter

    D. K. Drake

    (Dream Doers Publishing LLC, April 15, 2016)
    In the Dragon Stalker Bloodlines Saga, Javan, a lanky teenage boy from the Collector Bloodline, is on a mission. He must collect all four types of Dragon Stalkers and unite the four Bloodlines in order to overthrow the Dark King, free the people of Zandador, and save the Dragon Stalkers from extinction. Micah, a strong soldier from the Hunter Bloodline and son of the Dark King, is on a mission to stop Javan by hunting the four types of Dragon Stalkers before Javan can complete his collection. The Battle for the Throne began in book one of the Saga. Micah captured Mertzer, a Dusk Stalker; Javan collected Varjiek, a Noon Stalker. The battle continues in book two, The Dragon Hunter. Micah is one of the youngest men to ever enter the Battle for the Throne, and he proudly fights to keep his father, King Omri, in power. But when he is transported to unfamiliar territory with his rival Javan, his fight becomes one of survival and can only end when he wins another dragon or loses his life.
  • The Dragon Protector

    D. K. Drake

    Paperback (Dream Doers Publishing LLC, March 5, 2019)
    This epic fantasy adventure takes you deep into the heart of the Dragon Dimension, through the portal to modern-day earth, and back again for a grand battle over the dragons that roam the Land of Zandador.In the Dragon Stalker Bloodlines Saga, Javan, a lanky teenage boy from the Collector Bloodline—who knows nothing of his heritage—must learn how to ride Dragon Stalkers and unite the four Bloodlines in order to overthrow the Dark King, free the people of Zandador, and save the Dragon Stalkers from extinction. With three months left to complete his mission, he has collected two Dragon Stalkers and persuaded his rival, Micah the Dragon Hunter, to join his side.Here in book three, Taliya the Dragon Protector teams with Javan by default. Her home is gone, having been destroyed by the white winds, and the Dawn Stalker she spent her life protecting is now a part of Javan’s collection. With her own purpose shattered, she agrees to help Javan fulfill his.The newly formed trio’s mission is to find a Dusk Stalker dragon egg, sneak it through the portal to earth so the egg can hatch, and bring the baby back to Zandador so Taliya can care for it until it’s big enough for Javan to ride.Meanwhile, a Dragon Destroyer is on a mission of her own. She has been tasked by the king to kill the remaining dragon population as well as Micah, the king’s own son.With the portal guarded by the king’s army, the Dusk eggs hidden deep within Dusk Territory, and the deadly Destroyer on the loose, the trio’s task grows more impossible with each passing day. Added to the complicated mix is the fiercely independent nature of Taliya. How long will Taliya be content to remain with Javan before she’s ready to plot a new path for herself? Her choice will determine whether or not Javan succeeds in his quest to unite the four Bloodlines, free the people of Zandador, and save the Dragon Stalkers from extinction.
  • Young Taliya: The Unusual Childhood Adventures of the Dragon Protector

    D.K. Drake

    language (Dream Doers Publishing LLC, Oct. 9, 2017)
    An action-packed quick read that is as short and sassy as the character herself.“I had to glue her mouth shut again.”At the sound of her mother Lily’s voice, Taliya jerked to attention from her hidden spot in the loft that overlooked the common room of the small home. Her parents didn’t often say much to each other. Her mother liked to sleep a lot while her father sat quietly in his chair by the fire reading book after book. So when they did talk, she paid attention, especially when they were talking about her.Her father Hizel sighed. “I thought we agreed you weren’t going to do that anymore.”“I had a headache and couldn’t bear listening to one more of her relentless questions.”Taliya licked her lips. They were still raw from the sticky goo her mother had put on them earlier, but she had used her tongue and spit to free her lips hours ago. Maybe if someone would answer her questions, she wouldn’t keep asking them.Quesions like why couldn’t she play outside? When could they take a trip beyond the city walls? Why was the city surrounded by walls and guards anyway? And what about dragons? Would she ever get to see one? Did their scales really change colors when they got hungry? What Bloodline was she from? Would she ever find her own dragon to take care of? Could she enter the Battle of the Throne one day? Taliya crawled on the splintery wood floor to the edge of the loft and watched her tall, muscular father shrug his shoulders and sit in his rocking chair by the fireplace. “She’s only four, Lily. She’s curious.”“She’s exhausting.” Her mother’s tan cheeks were turning red as she marched across the room to stand in front of her father. She was barely taller than him even though he was sitting down. Taliya hoped that someday she would be as tall as her father, not as short as her mother. “By the time I was her age,” Lily continued, “I had learned to keep my mouth closed and do what I was told. But your child is asking about traveling and dragons and what Bloodline she’s from and if she can compete in the Battle of the Throne. Those are dangerous questions to be asking!”Hizel stopped rocking and stared at Lily. “What did you tell her?”“Nothing. Of course I told her nothing.” She crossed her arms over her chest. “I can’t handle her anymore. I want to give her to the King’s Workhouse.”So begins the childhood tales of Taliya, a Dragon Protector who makes her first appearance at the age of twenty-two in The Dragon Hunter, book two of The Dragon Stalker Bloodlines Saga. But how did a Protector from the Land of Zandador end up in Keckrick hiding a Dawn Stalker? Why does she live alone? In a treehouse? Far away from any other people or villages?How did she become known as a Healer? Where did she get all of her books? Why is a slingshot her weapon of choice?Those questions and more are answered in this novella that begins with a four-year-old talkative Taliya and ends with a few scenes told from her perspective when she makes her first official appearance in chapter seventeen of The Dragon Hunter.
  • The Dragon Collector

    D. K. Drake

    Paperback (Dream Doers Publishing LLC, Nov. 21, 2014)
    He thought collecting dragons would be easy. So he made a daring deal with the Dark King that threatened the entire existence of a nation.Fifteen-year-old Javan believes he is simply an ordinary orphan abandoned by his mother at birth—until his destiny as the chosen one from the Collector Bloodline is revealed. Armed only with an ancient weapon, a trio of older advisors, and his determination to win, Javan is soon caught up in a dangerous Battle for the Throne. Now his choices could save—or destroy—the people and dragons of Zandador, including the mother he just met.Will he be able to collect his first dragon before he is forced to watch his long-lost mother die at the hand of the Dark King?***Join the adventure by ordering your copy of The Dragon Collector today.***
  • Goodnight Granny: 1

    P. K. Drake

    Paperback (1st Book Library, Jan. 19, 2004)
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  • The Dragon Hunter

    D. K. Drake

    (Dream Doers Publishing LLC, July 6, 1713)
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