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As the first volume in the trilogy The Queens of Dragonia, Gwri of Dragonia is a cross between high fantasy and horror.  Gwri is about the end of the dominion of dragons, and recounts the horrors and terrors that it takes to nearly end the era of dragons. It is the telling of a violent story that spawns a trilogy about the queens of Dragonia, and follows the dragon and their dragonkin into the Victorian era in the Clankingsmith books.

Gwri of Dragonia is also the rousing tale of a kingwhose wife is murdered by a dragon. A dragon steals the dead queen’s crown. The king’s search for the murderer and his attempt to find and return the crown leads him to the one true queen, the woman who claims his heart.

The search is fraught with danger and adventure. Demons and evil entities abound as the king battles ever onward against increasingly difficult odds.

This high historical fantasy contains numerous clashes between of a rich diversity of magical creatures. There are dragons, faeries, humans, mermaids, angels, demons, monsters, mythical kings and a host of other beings. The creatures and entities that are out to slay dragons are not kind and gentle folk, and the dragons’ responses to their brutal attackers is quite serious.

The novel draws on ancient historical traditions and lesser-known myths, primarily from the Celtic world and the early Viking age. These stories were often changed into something else by those who wrote them down.

The historical accuracy preserves some of the horrors and violence of traditional tales woven throughout the story. The remains of many locations included in the story yet exist in the world today.

This is a tale of not only the fears and horrors of antiquity, but also of love, valor, struggle and hope.

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