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There's a dragon watching me when I wake up ...
As the Death Lord's daughter, seventeen-year old Uriel is comfortable walking the lavender-scented tunnels of death. She's not pleased tobe dragged back to the living realm of Meldin. It's a world of laser-edged swords and shape-changing dragons, where the Lord of the world has sworn to kill her father.
Uriel needs a place to hide and, with a fortune-telling dragon, four scrying cards she drew in death, and the son of her father's enemy, she believes she's found one.
Until the rumours start ...
Life sucks for Morgan Lohdi, otherwise known as Pig.
Used as the school punching bag he's bruised and harassed and doesn't have anything resembling a friend. Maybe it would be OK if he could keep his mouth shut. But Morgan has a sarcastic tongue that others don't find funny.
The there's Lissa, the girl he thought could be his friend. Who might even have been something more- if the bullies hadnt made her turn her back.
When the Art room burns down and Morgan's one safe haven disappears, things get much worse and he's determined to finally make it stop. But will learning to fight back work? Or is it possible to turn the other cheek? Just maybe, the answers will come from an unlikely source.
Otherwise known as Pig is a story about bullying, the planet sized blind spots of adults, and learning to accept help.
Out in November 2019,