Girls of Dirt

It is five centuries later and the disease that was killing the dragons is no longer a threat. They want to come home. Can Silvi, the distant descendant of Johnson Farthing become a rider and find a country that will accept the dragons in a world where most think dragons are nothing but children's stories? More
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About CC Hogan

CC Hogan is a writer and old muso that loves nothing more than cuddling up with an idea, a glass of wine, a pot of hot coffee and chucking words around happily. Alright, he also just likes cuddling, but that is less interesting.

He is a Londoner born and bred but dreams of a tiny cottage by the sea.

At the moment he is buried in a world called Dirt, a huge fantasy that spans a thousand years and is a tale of love, war, family and dragons. Unsurprisingly, in the book can be found a cottage by the sea...

CC also likes to write poetry and is trying to learn how to draw. He is always happy to answer questions, though the quality of answers may depend on time of day, wine quantity, full stomach, lack of money and so forth...

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About the Series: Dirt 2 - The Story of Silvi Farthing
Five hundred years have passed since the war in The Prelates, now called Preland after Pree. The people have squandered the legacy left by Pree and Johnson Farthing, and the federation founded by the southern states has collapsed. Across both Preland and Bind, the population is smaller, poorer and fragmented, and the people are ruled by greedy, petty kings, barons and warlords. The humans of Dirt have forgotten their past, have few hopes for their future and the dragons are now nothing more than silly tales in children’s stories and songs.

But the disease that threatened to destroy all the dragons has changed and is no longer fatal. And in Angyn, the dragons want to come home.

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