The Brooding Crown

The Brooding Crown : The Second Book of Caledan

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Soren has defeated his usurping uncle and the semblance of peace has returned to Caledan, but surrounded by the twelve noble houses of Caledan, King Soren can trust few. In the shadows, treasonous thoughts grow. When news of Zaki's presence in Roher reaches Soren, can he ally all of Caledan to his cause - and keep them? Zaki has not given up on his plans to regain Caledan's throne. First he must prove himself to Harad, the mighty king of Roher, but Zaki will stop at nothing to gain the support of Roher's army, march on Caledan's borders and take back the throne of the dragon kings. War returns to Caledan, but a greater threat looms. The pact is broken. The Eldarkind are fading. The dragons war amongst themselves. A power too terrible to name grows in the North, and He seeks revenge. Only Eve stands in His way - but can she stop magic as old as time?show more

Product details

  • Paperback | 354 pages
  • 133 x 203 x 20mm | 404g
  • Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1514382288
  • 9781514382288

About Meg Cowley

I'm Meg, an indie author/illustrator living in Yorkshire, England with my partner and our two cats Jet and Pixie. A Brief history I have my parents to thank for my vivid imagination - they fed my early reading and drawing addiction to the point where I spent years inhabiting the school library and hiding under the covers at night with a torch, unable to stop reading. At home, I had my own 'making table' covered in cellotape and bits of paper, where mum and dad contained my arty mess! I've loved reading, writing and drawing from a young age. The first story I remember writing as a child is about a clever fox (but thankfully that tale is long lost). At school, if I wasn't reading a book under my desk, I was getting told off for drawing in all my classwork books! My Inspiration Mostly I'm inspired by nature, great works of art and fiction, and my awesome writer & artist friends around the world. I'm really motivated to succeed at whatever I turn my hand to, and I like to experiment and try new ideas. I find being an indie author a tremendously exciting and motivating experience! I usually work best when fuelled by earl grey tea, margherita pizza and characters who won't do what they're told. Generally, I prefer to live in mine or other peoples' fictional worlds (where bills and chores don't exist) - I'm still holding out for my Hogwarts acceptance letter! Failing that, I'll settle for a nice hobbit hole in Hobbiton. A little extra I have a BA (Hons) degree in Primary Education and previously worked in accountancy after leaving school. I've completed both a variety of private commissions and my own design projects over the past decade, mainly digital fantasy/semi-realism paintings. In my spare time, when not writing, reading, drawing or fulfilling my other duties, I enjoy recurve archery, hiking, sleeping and cooking. I like to invent and learn languages too - I'm currently inventing the language of the Eldarkind, which is based on old/current Northern European languages, and learning some Slovakian too. Why not!show more

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