The Book of Earth

The Book of Earth

Marjorie B. Kellogg

Marjorie B. Kellogg

Sensing that something has gone horribly wrong, Erde, the daughter of a powerful Lord, flees her father's castle to find the dragon called Earth and its mage, the only beings that can save her world from swiftly spreading madness.Praise for the Dragon Quartet:"A must for all those dragon lovers of other writers like Wrede and McCaffrey." —VOYA"Entertaining...Kellogg's characters make a delightful quartet." —Starlog"Dragon fans are really going to love [it]...absolutely irresistible...Sparks of excitement leap through the pages." —Romantic Times
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The Book of Fire

The Book of Fire

Marjorie B. Kellogg

Marjorie B. Kellogg

The dragons Earth, Water, Fire and Air were raised from the elemental energies at time's beginning to create the World. When they finished their task, they were supposed to sleep until World's End. But long before that time the dragons began to wake....Now Earth and Water and their human guides, Erde and N'Doch, have been drawn through time to a devastated future America where the dragon guide Paia has been transformed into his high priestess. Yet it is not Fire who has summoned his brother and sister. The call has come from another, and the reason is all too clear. Fire has chosen to become a god instead of a guardian. And the dragon Air is nowhere to be found. Can Earth and Water, Erde and N'Doch force Fire and Paia back to the path they are fate to follow? Can they find and rescue Air? Or will Fire's rebellion doom both the dragons and the world they guard?
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Harmony

Harmony

Marjorie B. Kellogg

Marjorie B. Kellogg

Is their survival worth their freedom?After the Dissolution, life on a dying Earth changed dramatically. Society retreats to enclosed, climate-controlled cities where lawbreakers are expelled to the Outside—the barren and ruinous world beyond the safety of the domes. Yet, the undomed South Pacific island of Tuamatutetuamatu thrives. Some say it is magic, while others cite the isle's geographical isolation—either way, its existence raises many difficult questions about domed living.Born in the bleak Chicago dome, Gwinn Rhys fantasized about living and creating in the elite domed artist haven of Harmony. Her apprenticeship with a master theatrical set designer—the legendary sceneographer Micah Cervantes—is a dream come true. But beneath the lush, colorful metropolis of Harmony, discord grows. The Closed Door League's push to ban all immigration to the city threatens Harmony's long-standing policy of sponsoring foreign young artists like...
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