'The Lygons of Fraith' is a fantasy series about the land of Fraith, home to beautiful reptilian cats, the lygons, their cheeky companions the geflars, many large dragons, and some people . . . Artwork by the author.
The first trilogy in the series is Lygon Island.
Lygon Island: Book 1 – The Rock Ring
Beautiful reptilian cats known as lygons live peacefully on Lygon Island with their companions the geflars until their ruler decides to create a retreat where he can go to avoid his royal duties. The environmental disaster that ensues jeopardises the future of the island. In desperation they turn to their retired queen, Myrra. She makes the difficult journey to the mainland to seek help, only to find that the future of all of Fraith is at stake, and help may come at a price she does not want to pay.
Meanwhile, a mistrustful group of people are caught on a ship heading inexorably for Lygon Island, which is the last place their Captain ever wants to go. He is afraid that he will be remembered . . .
Lygon Island: Book 2 – The Undersea
Myrra returns to the island with her new ally Elissa, but is distraught to find the salt-plain violated and her eggs missing. Evidence incriminates Elissa, and Myrra must discover her motive and the location of her precious eggs.
The geflars are horrified by the arrival of Mithia, the enigmatic dragon. Other dragons will follow, and they will be exterminated. It is too late for them to hide, and they cannot desert the people who rely on them.
Meanwhile, Mithia discovers terrifying shaleworms invading the undersea. No one knows where they have come from, or how to stop them. Mithia must deal with the infestation, but he has never encountered creatures like this before, the lands of Fraith are dying, and the heart of the island must be healed – even for a powerful dragon is this all too much?
Book 3 – The Rift
Will Myrra take the unprecedented step and kill Royal Aidon? Even if she does she cannot prevent the dragons from exterminating the geflars. They all wait in dread.
Meanwhile Royal Aidon seems strangely determined to take Elissa as his consort, while Vereda is trapped in the undersea unable to save her from this terrible fate.
Rhosyn needs to mend the delicate ceremonial collar to earn the return of her mother, but no one knows how to do this. She fears she will never see her mother again.
The heart of the island is fractured, the health of the geflars is failing, the island itself is disintegrating . . . Is Mithia the dragon intent on saving them, or ensuring their destruction? Can Myrra save her island, her pride and her devoted geflars?