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Pern AL 50: the geneticist Wind Blossom is nearing the end of her long life and is painfully aware that the colonists are running out of the modern technology the settlers brought with them to Pern and that they are forgetting how to use what they do have. Society is beginning to revert to a feudal system and Wind Blossom is concerned that future generations may be hit by an illness they have no tools to fight and that mankind may subsequently be wiped off the face of Pern. AL 507: Lorana is training to be an animal healer but when she arrives at Benden Weyr she impresses a golden dragon and becomes a dragonrider. However, a deadly and mysterious plague begins to wipe out the dragons, leaving mankind no defence against the deadly Thread which has just begun to fall. Lorana has two firelizards who manage to travel Back in time to Wind Blossom's era. Wind Blossom discovers what is wrong with the dragons and comes up with a cure. She also devises a way to leave clues for Lorana so that she can discover the cure in her time and save the dragons, and thus the future of mankind on Pern.
This story is one of both persistence and courage, a fable about ecology, and an epic tale that spans continents and countries. It begins with a group of children doing battle with a dragon in medieval Europe and ends with the aftermath of a disasterous oil spill in Alaska. Are these two events, though distant in time and space, connected in some way? Can a dragon be slain, or must he be overcome again and again? The powerful themes are enhanced by dramatic, full-color blackboard drawings, marking the first time this medium has been employed to illustrate a book.
The Hurog duology concludes with this fantastical adventure from #1 New York Times bestselling author Patricia Briggs. Ward, ruler of Hurog, is striving to restore his lands and people to prosperity, wanting nothing more than a quiet life. But when an old friend, escaping from High King Jakoven’s torturers, seeks refuge in his keep, Ward can no longer ignore the growing rebellion against the tyrannical High King. He realizes that he cannot stand aside—he must join with the rebels. However, Jakoven has a secret weapon with which he intends to crush the rebellion: Farsonsbane, a magical artifact that has destroyed entire cities. But first, Jakoven needs blood to awaken it. Dragon’s blood. The very blood that courses through Ward’s veins…
Legend has it that dragons dominated the Celestial Dragon Continent billion years ago. However, dragons had already flown up to heaven, leaving people to imagine the world under the rule of dragons. People on the continent claimed descent from dragons. After the extinction of dragons, the land entered an era of the way of martial arts, which witnessed the rise of rare talents. Lin Tian, a teenager of natural endowment, was known as the top one talent of the Celestial Dragon City. But misfortune befell him. Attacked by someone jealous of his talent, his cinnabar field and meridians, which were the foundations of cultivation, were all destroyed. However, there was always a way out and misfortune turned out to be a blessing in disguise. On the edge of death, the teenager was accidentally endowed with a drop of blood of ancestral dragons, becoming the heir of it so that he could learn the mysterious martial arts of dragons. A dragon would never be restricted to a little pond and would fly up to heaven once it encountered winds and clouds. Come and join the epic adventures about how the teenager swept away the powerful cultivators and became the unrivaled cultivator on the land. ☆About the Author☆ Gong Zi (公子) is a Chinese web novel writer, who is good at the novels in the fantasy genre. By using his sparkling words, he is skilled in creating imaginative yet logical world, in which readers could immerse themselves.
It was "about first-drink time," as the captain of the Tsuen-Chau, bound for Shanghai and Japan ports, observed to his friend Cesare Domenico, a good British subject born at Malta. They sat on the coolest corner in Port Said, their table commanding both the cross-way of Chareh Sultan el Osman, and the short, glaring vista of desert dust and starved young acacias which led to the black hulks of shipping in the Canal. From the Bar la Poste came orchestral strains--"Ai nostri monti"--performed by a piano indoors and two violins on the pavement. The sounds contended with a thin, scattered strumming of cafe mandolins, the tinkle of glasses, the steady click of dominoes and backgammon; then were drowned in the harsh chatter of Arab coolies who, all grimed as black as Nubians, and shouldering spear-headed shovels, tramped inland, their long tunics stiff with coal-dust, like a band of chain-mailed Crusaders lately caught in a hurricane of powdered charcoal. Athwart them, Parisian gowns floated past on stout Italian forms; hulking third-class Australians, in shirtsleeves, slouched along toward their mail-boat, hugging whiskey bottles, baskets of oranges, baskets of dates; British soldiers, khaki-clad for India, raced galloping donkeys through the crowded and dusty street. It was mail-day, and gayety flowed among the tables, under the thin acacias, on a high tide of Amer Picon.
Battles are raging in both worlds and time is rapidly running out. With Ze'ev creating a massive army to invade the human world, and Uhila-Ruark hell-bent on destroying Onani once again; this is Emily's last chance. With her new weapon and new skills she is ready to take on evil, and end it once and for all. But with her dragon friends trapped in the human world, and her other friends spread throughout the land fighting their own battles, the odds are stacking up against her. and just to make matters worse, the military have found their way into the dragon world. Two evil dragons and an entire army against one fourteen year old girl isn't very fair-but everyone knows that Emily Sutton is not an ordinary fourteen year old girl. the fate of both worlds is on her shoulders.

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