Sorcerer Adwen and His Dragon, Book Four
When dragon Turwin was asked to fly Sorcerer Adwen, and his apprentice Roran to the Kings castle, it started a lot of happenings. Queen Lilith wasn't poisoned again, she was only pregnant. When Turwin flew his two friends to Hilts Village, and helped to search for three missing men. Roran was tricked to follow a James, and was locked in a cave. Roran escaped and James was punished for his crime. More
Sorcerer Adwen was called to the Royal Castle, as the snow was falling in large white flakes, it was hard to walk in. Coming to the castle, the physician Paul told Adwen that he didn't think she was poisoned again. When Adwen searched her body, he noticed a small baby in her womb. Queen Lilith you are pregnant, he said. You will have a baby by the end of summer. Now the dragon Turwin, Adwen and Roran had to fly to Hilts village, to visit Roran's father that was the Governor of the village. He told them that three men, that went out to check on the hay on the prairie, had not returned. So on Turwin's back, Adwen, Roran, and a man named Anders started to search for the missing men. They found out that the men had been taken by a subhuman people, calling themselves Aresh. During negotiation, it was agreed that the villager should build a shed and a barn, while the Aresh would gather hay for the villagers. It worked well for a while, then one day an Aresh young man, James, asked if Roran would like to see their old homestead. Sure said Roran, and he was tricked into a cave that James closed behind him. It took some serious sorcery by Roran to be able to escape, but he did. Later when dragon Turwin had delivered James to his own village, it was clear that he had acted on his own, and no other Aresh had been involved. Men from Hilts village helped to build the barn, and later even a house for the leading Aresh to have their meeting. It turned out to be good for everyone, and dragon Turwin, Adwen, and Roran flew home to their cave knowing that no one had lost, it was a winning for all involved.
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