Princess Callie and the Fantastic Fire-Breathing Dragon (The Callie Chronicles, Book 2)
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Join Callie and her friends as they embark on an exciting mission to find a magical stone and unravel the secrets of a Lost City in Book 2 of The Callie Chronicles.
When Callie and Lewis return to a world of dragons, unicorns, and talking tiaras, they make a startling discover... Dark forces threaten to overthrow the Palace of Albion with an ancient magic that must be destroyed at all costs. And that's not all. Rumors are stirring that the Raven Queen is alive and well...and bent on revenge.
As Princess Callie reunites with old friends and meets new ones along the way to the ancient city of Antheon, she discovers all is not what it seems... And that sometimes friends and foes are one and the same.
"A fast-paced, highly original fairy tale." - The Flashlight Reader
most spectacular scenes Callie had ever beheld. Thousands of spectators filled the stadium’s seats. The audience included families with small children, senior citizens, and middle-aged couples. They all waved their fists in the air and chanted Kuu’Ra! Callie made her way further into the Temple. She walked down a stairway beside the seats until she discovered that, because she was see-through, she could actually walk through people! So she did, taking the short route toward the main altar at the
elf trying to hide something, too? Norm rubbed his stubby little hands. “A Great-Mouthed Trylba, my favorite! Think I have some of those spices left over from our stop at Mergatroyd's Mercantile in Bickle Falls…that and some blood-boar juice sprinkled over for flavor.” While Bryll went off to clean the fish, the elf bustled about, searching through their packs until he held the spices aloft. He unwrapped a little rough-hewn sack tied with string, sniffed the contents, and grinned.
like an old lawnmower…. Norm called out to Graydon. “Does the dragon know where we’re going?” Graydon glanced back over his shoulder. “It doesn’t matter--he’s practically blind, anyway.” “Practically what?” Norm cried. “I should have known. Just my luck to be on the end, too….” He inspected Earle’s rudder-like tail. “I hope he knows how to steer that thing.” “We’ll find out soon enough,” Bryll said with a note of annoyance. “I never heard of a Royal Dragon who couldn’t see.” “He can see!”
she approached the statue, she looked up. Kyros had taken flight again. Earle circled above, waiting for him. Callie’s heart tensed. Earle was going to fight a dragon three-times his size. It would be a miracle if he survived. This was exactly what Ignatius had warned her about. Earle’s small size and poor eyesight put him at a distinct disadvantage. But it was too late, now. Callie’s blind enthusiasm and inexperience might very well cost her beloved dragon his life. Callie reached the foot of
heart singing with joy. “Mother!” She wanted so much to hug her, but Wanda knew that Queen Miranda did not approve of anything so sentimental. “It is good to see you, child. You followed my instructions to the letter. Well done.” Wanda’s heart swelled with pride. As she regarded the queen, she noticed that some of the scars on her face were fading. She was regaining her strength. Soon, she would regain all of her powers, as well as her stunning beauty. Wanda was glad of it. Queen Miranda was