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Fireborne

The Aurelian Cycle Book 1

by Rosaria Munda

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Fireborne by Rosaria Munda
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    Oct 2019, 448 pages

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Rosaria Munda's debut and series opener Fireborne is a fantastical tale of hidden identities, rival dragon battles and tragic tests of loyalty against a backdrop of political intrigue.

Inspired by classical political theory and the French Revolution, Rosaria Munda's YA debut Fireborne (the start of a planned trilogy called The Aurelian Cycle) is a unique, action-packed story of dragons, opportunity and political intrigue sure to please readers of all ages and genres.

There are dragons in Callipolis. Just a decade ago, only the aristocracy—the dragonlords and their families—were permitted to train and ride these creatures, using their power and their flames to rule over the serfs. But a bloody revolution brought death to the leaders and a new way of life to everyone else. Under Atreus, the First Protector, anyone who tests well enough has the opportunity to be chosen as a dragonrider. For Annie, whose family was murdered in the flames of dragonfire, riding is her way of embracing the new regime and escaping from her nightmares. Her natural ability and ...

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