The Hymn of the Dragon Gods

The Hymn of the Dragon Gods
In the second book of The Dragon God Chronicles, Sarzen must break into a holy temple to seek the object that will save his people, while Helnia must find proof of their government's betrayal before their home city falls to monsters.
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Sarzen Alnem and his friends have been desperately battling their way through the Cursed Lands, seeking any clue to the whereabouts of the missing Dragon Gods. Yet their quest seems increasingly fruitless until they run into a creature that claims that it can help them find the Dragon Gods, but only if they listen to its advice. Having no choice, Sarzen and his friends accept the creature’s aid and begin searching for the hymn that will help them save their country.

Upon arriving back in her city, Helnia Alnem finds herself branded a criminal by the corrupt and traitorous government, who try to arrest her to keep her from spreading the truth of their betrayal. Allying with a small group of rebels, Helnia must expose the government’s betrayal to the people before the city falls to the hordes of monsters that would like nothing less than the total destruction of their society.

But even if Sarzen and Helnia succeed in their quests, a dark truth about their true nature may shatter their relationships with their friends forever.

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Series: The Dragon God Chronicles, Book 2
Genres: Epic Fantasy, Fantasy, Sword and Sorcery
Tags: epic fantasy, fantasy, sword and sorcery, The Dragon God Chronicles
Publisher: Annulus Publishing
Publication Year: February 2017
Length: 285 (paperback edition)
List Price: $4.99
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