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The Dragon's Power

By Jarak_Ransom All Rights Reserved ©

Action / Scifi

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Imagine a world where dinosaurs weren’t the only prehistoric creatures roaming the earth. Other huge winged beasts roamed this earth 100,000 years ago. They were known only to legend, had incredible powers and were beaten by the humans of old. These winged beasts were called: Dragons. The dragons, losing the war against the humans during the year of 99,850 BC, pooled their power into a legendary artifact and hid it at a secret location on the continent of Pangea. Following the war, Pangea broke apart into seven giant pieces of land. Fast forward to the year, 2040 AD, the Pangea Group has retrieved DNA from a time long forgotten. North & South America had put their differences aside in order to unite and become the super continent: United America. The world is in an era of peace, but unfortunately, in this year; Earth - among its new Age of Enlightenment – will get shaken up. Luke Smith – destined for an unwanted fate – will be in the middle of the fray. Book 1: The Beginning of the Dragon's Power

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Imagine a world where dinosaurs weren’t the only prehistoric creatures roaming the earth. Other huge winged beasts roamed this earth 100,000 years ago. They were known only to legend, had incredible powers and were known beaten by the humans of old. These winged beasts were called: Dragons.

The dragons, losing the war against the humans during the year of 99,850 BC, pooled their power into a legendary artifact and hid it at a secret location on the continent of Pangea. Following the war, Pangea broke apart into seven giant pieces of land.

Fast forward to the year, 2040 AD, the Pangea Group has retrieved DNA from a time long forgotten. North, Central and South America had put their differences aside in order to unite and become the super continent: United America. The world is in an era of peace, but unfortunately, in this year; Earth - among its new Age of Enlightenment – will get shaken up.

Luke Smith – destined for an unwanted destiny – will be in the middle of the fray.

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