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The Coin of Souls - Dragon Riders of Osnen Book 4 - cover

The Coin of Souls - Dragon Riders of Osnen Book 4

Richard Fierce

Publisher: Dragonfire Press

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Summary

Sometimes death is only the beginning.
 
The Island of Lost Souls gives Eldwin hope that he’ll see his father again, but the island holds many secrets—and hidden dangers.
 
As he draws closer to the end of his quest, the island will push him to his limit … and cost him everything.
 
Fans of Sarah K.L. Wilson’s Dragon School, Christopher Paolini’s Eragon and Anne McCaffrey’s Dragon Riders of Pern will feel right at home.
 
The Coin of Souls is the fourth episode of the series Dragon Riders of Osnen.
 
Dragon Riders of Osnen series:
 
Book 1: Trial by Sorcery
 
Book 2: A Bond of Flame
 
Book 3: The Warrior's Call
 
Book 4: The Coin of Souls
 
Book 5: Wings of Terror - May 2020

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