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A half-demon dragon named Azwelitia goes on adventure with a human boy named Hardwyn, with whom she has a relationship with. Azwelitia is a part of the mighty Calidragon race and Hardwyn is a party of the mighty and proud Dwahatiba race, which were allies of the Calidragons. The Calidragon home was once the infamous Calidrago Castle, which was located in the country of Frace, however, since all but three of the Calidragons had disappeared from the world, the castle is now but abandoned. During the Calidragon reign, there was a bloody war, that has now come to be known as the Great Holy Ancient Demon Wars. The aggravators that started this war were known as Tut and Laeros, a malicious Kludde and Mingwa demon that wished to destroy planet earth and everything along with it. However, there was a Calidragon and Dwahatiba couple that had stopped them for the time being from caring out their plans. And this was back in the Medieval times. This couple however, died because they used up too much of their power because they had to use a spell to put Tut and Laeros to sleep. Actually, Azwelitia was alive at the time, however, she had to place not only herself, but her love and Tut and Laeros under a sleeping spell. However, the sleeping spell did not work for her and her love, so with the last ounce of strength, she sent herself and her love to live in another time period. A more modern time. And that is where our story begins. With Azwelitia and Hardwyn living in the 21st century and the fact that Tut and Laeros are about to wake from their slumber ready to destroy the world again. What will happen to Azwelitia, Hardwyn, and the rest of Planet Earth? You will have to read the story to find out!

Detalhes do Produto

    • Formato:  ePub
    • Origem:  IMPORTADO
    • Editora: SMASHWORD
    • Coleção:  The Great Holy Demon Wars
    • Assunto: Infantil
    • Idioma: INGLÊS
    • Ano de Edição: 2017
    • Ano:  2017
    • País de Produção: Canada
    • Código de Barras:  2001049149659
    • ISBN:  9781370640102

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