The Beacon Thrones, Book Two of Dragon Calling

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In his quest to find the other dragons, Laeka’Draeon learns of an even greater threat to the lands than the strife caused by his missing kin. A terrible doom grows on Valadae’s horizon, and the power to avert it resides in the mysterious Beacon Thrones―a power only a dragon can revive. More

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Words: 69,130
Language: Australian English
ISBN: 9780992274221
About N. R. Eccles-Smith

Naomi confesses the best word to describe her is: whimsical. Forget “the girl next door” and think more along the lines of “the girl from the next galaxy over” and you’d be closer to the correct personality categorization. She is an unequivocal day-dreamer, anime enthusiast, partisan of fantastical things, and unshakable devotee to story-telling.

When not immersed in her written and illustrative projects, Naomi can be found wandering the worlds created by others, either between the pages of a book or across the sweeping digital scapes of console games. Part geek, part monster-slayer, with a heart for the pure and the wondrous, Naomi endeavours to remind people that a little bit of beautiful strangeness is a good thing to have in this crazy world.

Currently, she lives on the Gold Coast, Australia, with an assortment of cats and family members.

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Review by: Andrew Logan on Nov. 20, 2014 :
This book is definitely worth the read. I really loved the first book in the series, and I'm pleased to say that I found this one to be even better. It contains plenty of action and suspense, and the plight of the main characters (characters you actually care about) becomes more desperate - and imperative to the survival of the world. I'm definitely looking forward to book 3, and would suggest this series to anyone. Just make sure you read book 1 first!
(reviewed 9 days after purchase)

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