Knights of the Dragon (Of Knights and Wizards Book 1)

| May 21, 2016

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Knights of the Dragon (Of Knights and Wizards Book 1)

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Book 1 of 4 in the of Knights and Wizard series

Twelve-year-old Marcus is accidentally transformed into a wizard, and he’s having a terrible time of it. He is unable to get any spells to work properly, and even wose he accomplishes magic in his sleep, making the castle’s occupants run from him. Will he be banished from his own kingdom? He must befriend a dragon if he is to have any any hope of saving his kingdom from being overrun by invaders.

Stone, Leeander’s top knight and Princess Alexa are preparing for the worst but hoping for the best, but it doesn’t look good. And does Stone actually have eyes for the Princess?

Adorok, Leeander’s wizard is old and sickly, and King Darrian thinks he might be dying.

Things quickly go from bad to worse is this exciting adventure.

Dianne rated it FIVE STARS

In a fantasy land full of knights and young boys, dragons of all colors and powers, kingdoms and wars, Knights of the Dragon by A. J. Gallant will take you away from your everyday reality and hold you captive to an amazing tale with his ingenious writing style!

“I don’t usually read fantasy, but I started reading a sample of this book and loved the story so much I got the whole book. It starts with a horrific battle scene, between a awful King who loves bloodshed and wants to dominate every kingdom around him. There is one kingdom that is protected by a wizard, and that King is a kind ruler. I loved his family: Alexa his daughter and a awesome warrior, and his young son Marcus who is so inquisitive that he befriends a dragon. The dragons are wonderful, funny, cute and fierce. The knights are brave and each personality stands out. Storytelling at its best.” Pamela Barrett

In a land transformed by magic, a land of shifting landscape and other magical realms, a boy is transformed into a sorcerer before his time. And to save his kingdom he must learn fast, but not a single spell has worked for him. As he sleepwalks, he conjures, making everyone run away, having transformed his father the king into a chicken for a brief period. He might be too dangerous for King Darrius to allow his son to remain in Leeander. He’s a TarCranian Wizard of the highest power!

He’s distracted enough without adding a female to grab his attention, but Raina’s beautiful face captures him.

Marcus befriends a dragon named Ryxa, and when she discovers his quandary she has the idea to hire knights to save his kingdom. And so the adventure begins …

5.0 out of 5 stars Love these Dragons! Love this tale!

Knights of the Dragon

When an exceptional baby dragon is born will he change everyone’s destiny?

It’s an epic adventure of knights, dragons and sorcerers. Did I mention dragon romance?

It all starts when a boy climbs an unclimbable cliff where he meets a dragon named Ryxa; she immediately likes him even though Dragons and humans do not associate, but his courage is impressive, his personality captivating.

Ryxa befriends 12-year-old Marcus only to discover that his kingdom will soon be conquered by another, and the boy is doomed. And so to save him and his people she hires knights to go on an adventure with her and the boy to find some powerful magic to defend his kingdom.

This novel contains baby dragons, romance, and adventure. It also encompasses valorous knights and humor. It’s a tale of magic and mayhem.

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