Saffron Bryant was born on the 17th December 1990 in a small town in North Queensland. In 2010, a few weeks before her twentieth birthday, she was diagnosed with a brain tumour. After extensive, life-saving surgery she returned to her home in Queensland to recover and finish The Fallen Star. She received a Bachelor of Biomedical Science in 2011 along with the Society for Immunology Prize and an Academic Medal.
Saffron has been interested in fantasy writing from a very young age, writing her first story at the age of seven. She has always been fascinated by fantasy stories and has a passion for The Lord of the Rings and The Hobbit. Saffron currently lives in Sydney with her partner Michael Lee where she is completing her PhD in chemistry.
The Lost Child Saga is an action-packed, epic fantasy series. Humans and dragons must come together and overcome impossible odds. This complete collection features all three books (over 300,000 words) and is packed with high-fantasy action.
The Final Battle has Begun
The die has been cast and the cards have been dealt, war is unavoidable.
The battlelines are drawn. But what happens when a bigger threat emerges?
Dragon and human must stand together against impossible odds. The power of the Shard is a blessing and curse, it has haunted the army and now it could mean their total destruction.
The Draconum are thrust from their peaceful oasis into a vicious war. Refugees flood the shores in a desperate attempt to escape the coming darkness.
Allies become enemies and trust becomes a thing of the past.
The dragons are trapped in a mysterious land where they encounter an ancient enemy with secrets to their past.
Will they make it back, or will they lose their human companions forever?
The Shard has been stolen.
What would you do if everything you know and love was brutally taken from you? Would you have the courage to stand up and be a hero?
This is the challenge Laila, Sarin and their dragon companions Eros and Fervidious must face. To save their people they must embark on a perilous quest. They will be pushed beyond their limits. Do they have the strength to survive?