Liberator (Dragons of Starlight)
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For years, tales of
from another world kidnapping and enslaving humans have been circulating in Jason Masters’ world, while for a slave girl named Koren, the stories of a human world seem pure myth. Together, these two teens will need to bridge two planets in order to overthrow the draconic threat and bring the lost slaves home.
The Time Has Come
As the long-awaited invasion of human forces looms, Jason, Koren, and Elyssa struggle to alert the soldiers to an unforeseen menace on the planet of Starlight—a deadly illness that already has Koren in its grip. Starlighter Cassabrie harbors a secret she believes can counter the dragon king Taushin’s latest maneuverings, but she can disclose little of her risky plan. As Cassabrie fights to save her people, the dragon Magnar works to move the Starlight prophecy in his favor. His actions could make the plight of humans even more perilous.
Wishing only to free the slaves and bring peace, a few young warriors are poised to face three armies as they battle for control of two worlds. Can love, faith, and courage be enough? Will Cassabrie be humanity’s last hope?
it, she whispered, “I wish I could have given this to you in person.” “Well,” Wallace said, “I’d better get going. Frederick is coming to check on our crops. He’s going to teach us something new about getting rid of bugs.” “That’s great. I’ll be down to see him soon.” When Wallace left, Koren slid into her desk chair and waved an arm at the wall. The whiteness cleared, replaced by a stunning view of the Northlands scenery. Now covered with green grass and plowed fields, the countryside looked
wooden floor, her cheek pressing down and her eyes closed. She clawed at the soft wood. Her fingernails dug in rhythmically in time with her shoulder spasms. A jumble of dragon language filtered into her ears. She tried to open her eyes, but the task was just too great. With every passing second, the dizziness grew. Although the warmth eased the muscle contractions, the pain in her lesions and the gnawing in her stomach grew worse and worse. Something slid under her abdomen and lifted. With her
toward them, breathless. “I think I eluded them.” “Them?” Randall asked. “My fellow dragons were hiding from the Benefile in the mountains. Three followed me, I assume to find the refuge. Of course, I led them elsewhere. I had to dive in and out of the forest, including a swim in the marshes. They became entangled in vines, and I was able to out-race them. When I saw you, I took cover.” “That was very resourceful,” Randall said. “They must be spitting mad at you.” Her eyes flashed wide open.
Mallerin. What trouble might they cause? She opened her hand and looked at the sphere in her palm. She had to put everything else out of her mind and leave the rest to Edison, the soldiers, Wallace, and … And Jason. She pulled in her lip. Blinking away tears, she rolled her fingers around the medicine and focused on the forest. The stream entered the eastern edge and flowed into the river not far to the west. Somewhere in between, Fellina and Tibalt lay as food for the birds. Right now, for the
Taushin’s.” Taking a breath, Koren lifted her brow and forced a weak smile. “Understand?” Jason shoved a hand into his pocket and looked at Randall. “Did you understand?” “Only the part about eating the flower. I saw that. How the Bloodless can have blood threw me.” “They have blood! It’s just that—” Koren stamped her foot. “I’ll just have to do it myself.” She stormed to the column, sat heavily, and fastened the manacles around her wrists. When they clicked in place, she scanned the room for