To Save A Dragon

Arthur Pye returns to his Land of the Heart, and must aid a dragon in distress, who is really a bully named Sid that he's prayed for. Now he must help Sid to play the Game; but Sid is hung up on getting revenge on the giant who beat him so badly. He loses; and the two of them end up in Sid's Land, where they must face the dread Lord Justicium, who looks just like Sid's father. More

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About Allen Scovil

Allen Scovil is a Christian writer of young adult science-fiction and fantasy novels, which he began as a hobby back in 2003, searching for ways to make them Christ- and God-centred, instead of technology- or magic-centred.

He has self-published six books so far (both in print and ebook), most recently 'Thirst,' about an orphan boy seeking safety in all the wrong places after a life of abuse. Before that, Allen completed a four-book series titled 'The Parables of the Game Master,' which is a fantasy about a boy transported to a mysterious Land of the Heart run by the enigmatic Game Master, where there are mysteries to be solved, and lies to be untangled. However, Allen’s favourite is his first, 'Deep Black Road 1: The Head of the Snake' (and its sequel, 'Deep Black Road 2: The Spirit of Liberation'), about robotic humans using their unique skills to combat those who would dominate the world for their own ends.

You can find his author pages on Facebook (@AllenScovil738) and

He currently resides in Tillsonburg, Ontario, Canada, and is the proud grandfather of two boys and a girl, who he visits regularly.

About the Series: The Parables of the Game Master
After experiencing his own Land of the Heart in the first book, The Abyss of Nil, and being introduced to Jesus, who is also the game master of this fantastical Land, he finds himself helping other kids find salvation in their own troubled Lands of the Heart.

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