The Owl Diaries DREGON

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In a new era of fading magic and having been born in a time of peace, Dregon is one of the last known dragons to exist on Urthe. Adopted and raised by scattered members of the Temblor Khabal, Dregon is starting to learn that secrets and works of darkness are not only limited to his enemies, but is inherent to those he considers ‘family’ as well. More

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About T.W. HEBERTSON

The Owl Dairies are an entertaining series of complex relationships coping with the eternal struggle between chaos and light. While learning Creation’s Will and struggling with one’s own, every creature on mythical Urthe, magical or non-magic, has the right to live in peace and prosperity.

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The Owl Diaries Dregon
In a new era of fading magic and having been born in a time of peace, Dregon is one of the last known dragons to exist on Urthe. Adopted and raised by scattered members of the Temblor Khabal, Dregon is starting to learn that secrets and works of darkness are not only limited to his enemies, but is inherent to those he considers ‘family’ as well.

The Owl Diaries DREGON Audio pt.1
In a new era of fading magic and having been born in a time of peace, Dregon is one of the last known dragons to exist on Urthe. Adopted and raised by scattered members of the Temblor Khabal, Dregon is starting to learn that secrets and works of darkness are not only limited to his enemies, but is inherent to those he considers 'family' as well.

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Review by: Rachel K. Burke on Feb. 15, 2012 :
I also found this story to be very entertaining. A creative spin for this genre. The characters are unique, and the dialogue and descriptions are wonderful. Looking forward to reading more from this author.
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Review by: Barry Gibbons on Feb. 04, 2012 :
I found this story quite entertaining. A dragon, raised by an owl, that was raised by a dragon. It was a new, refreshing twist for a genre that has grown a bit stale for the last few years. I hope to read more from T. W. Herbertson soon.
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