A Dragon Rises: Gladiator

The gladiator pens of Thanus were renowned throughout the Southern Kingdoms. A life wearing the iron collar was a life unforgiving and harsh, and often brutally short. There was only one rule within the arena: kill or be killed. It was into such a grim existence a young boy named Titus found himself thrust. To survive, he would need all the help Jax, the master of combat, could give him. More

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About Dale R. Boyd

Dale R. Boyd was born in southern California in the late 1950's. By the time he was ten, he had found a true love of all things fantasy and science fiction, books and comics in particular. Beginning with Robert E. Howard's tales about Conan the Barbarian and Tolkien's Lord of the Rings, he read just about every book his parents would buy him or he could borrow. From his early teens on, he created his own characters, lands and plots, filing them away for some promised future date he would actually write the stories down. As he got older he took the traditional route of what most would call a normal career in the corporate world, but never gave up his love of reading nor the creation of his own little worlds. In large part due to the encouragement of a dear and close friend, he finally sat down and began to write. "A Dragon Rises: Mercenary" is his first published work of fiction, the first of a series of stories.

About the Series: A Dragon Rises
The West was a vast land, from the eastern highland valleys of Thunisia to the westerly hills of Altria and Borlande, and from the snowy peaks of Fhrolheim to the southern wastes of Qumora. But now an old enemy was once again awakening, beyond the endless sands of the Amber Sea, beyond the sky-shredding summits of the Thronewal. The Dragon was rising after more than one hundred years, and suddenly a small group of unlikely companions would have the fate of millions of lives in their hands.

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