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Song Of The Ovulum

Living Ink Books

9780899578804

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Song of the Ovulum is the first book in the Children of the Bard series. The story will take place on two stages and in two time periods. It will begin about fifteen years after the Oracles of Fire series ended, reacquainting readers with familiar characters from the previous series, as well as introducing new ones, particularly, the son and daughter of Billy and Bonnie. The book will also take readers back in time and give some background story that will shed light on mysteries from the previous series, as well as providing crucial information about happenings in the current world. In the previous series, the story established that in preflood times, dragons battled Watchers, fallen angels who sought to dominate the world. Now we go a step further and follow the adventures of Joran and Selah, Methuselah's teenagers who helped the dragons find and neutralize the Watchers. They become trapped within a strange world that allows them to escape the great flood, but it also keeps them there for centuries in an ageless realm that allows them views of their home world and an occasional opportunity to influence what happens there. This story is told in flashback-style dream sequences in the minds of present-day characters. The modern-day story takes place fifteen years after Billy and Bonnie helped repel the demonic assault on Heaven in The Bones of Makaidos. Now they and Ashley sit in a maximum security prison where the authorities conduct experiments on them to learn the secrets of long life. Earlier, the world's acceptance of dragonkind crumbled, and the Enforcers took the twins born to Billy and Bonnie and stole Excalibur, planning to develop a weapon to battle the dragons that are sure to try to liberate their allies. Meanwhile, the kidnapped twins make their way to the prison, unaware of their relationships with each other or their parents, and it is up to them to rescue every prisoner.





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