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With the dragon king Balzurth, dead at the hands of the titans Eckubahn and Isobahn, it's up to Nath Dragon to take his father's throne. The task makes him uneasy as he must lead the dragons against the evil forces of the titans and wurmers. Inside his gut, Nath knows that something is wrong. How can he be the dragon king when he can't even turn into a dragon himself? His doubts continue to consume him.

In the meantime, the elves and dwarves plot and scheme to bring Nath Dragon to justice for the murder of their leaders, Laedorn and Uurluuk. Rallying unusual allies, they capture a distracted Nath Dragon and put him on trial. The result of their decision could be life or death and not for just him either, but his friends. All the while the evil forces continue to swarm Nalzambor.

Will Nath regain his confidence? Can his companions prove his innocents? Or will one more dragon king fall in the temple of deceit and evil?

©2017 Craig Halloran (P)2017 Craig Halloran

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Naft is in deep this time.

Once again Naft finds himself in more trouble than he can handle. Things heat up for Naft when he tries to make the right choice only to be captured.

This chapter has heavy impact and makes you want to see what happens next.

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What would have made Trial of the Dragon better?

I would have like to hear it would start then go back to the beginning