Rider of the Crimson Dragon

Luzi works to discover true historical events and meet the crimson dragon, Shaumbra. Together with a white dragon, an Elven woman, Josela, Saint Germain and others, they find is not commonly accepted, but it fits with hidden and not-so-hidden knowledge dismissed by established society. Luzi’s unborn daughter brings light into everyone’s hearts and plays a major role in balancing a broken family. More

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About Eriqa Queen

The Adventures of Luzi Cane - The Soul of the White Dragon is published on 1. May 2017.
Future titles (so far) in the series will be 'The Secret of the Crimson Dragon' featuring Saint Germain, the Templars, and the mystery schools, 'Return of the Unicorn' which will be about the true magic and wonders of the connections to our highest glory, 'The Schemes of the Grey Dragon' about mass consciousness and how it affects us, and 'The Enlightenment of the Black Dragon' explaining our dark side.

About the Series: The Adventures of Luzi Cane
If you think dragons are a myth, you’ll learn otherwise in these stories. Furthermore, you will learn about the elves, and discover an entire world you didn’t know existed right under your nose.

In her search for material for books, Luzi stumbles upon many secrets and old wisdom, signs of lost ancient knowledge. When searching for truth, one may find love and friendship that one has been looking for, even in places abandoned many years ago, or in realms not of this world.

This series gives you a unique opportunity to enjoy incredible adventures. You gain so-called lost knowledge, in a world that tries to wake up from its long slumber, but is distracted by the ‘noise’ from the same world. The dragons are awakening, not to destroy us, but to guide us in our quest for a deeper understanding of our place in creation.

Each book contains a completed story in its own right.

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