Dragon’s Fire: Rise of the Elementals by Neftali Hernandez
Dragon's Fire Book 1
In a world teetering on the brink of annihilation, Ezekiel rises from humble beginnings to become a fierce Elemental, the last beacon of hope in a relentless war between ancient dragons and ruthless Dragon Slayers.
Amidst the tempestuous gales, his form began its staggering metamorphosis. His eyes, once human, now blazed with an age-old fire. Skin gave way to shimmering scales, and from his back, mighty wings unfurled with a deafening crack. He was no longer a man. He was the embodiment of primordial power and majesty. He was a dragon.
Ezekiel is a seemingly normal young man who leads a simple life in Bryson Village. His days are a tapestry of honest work, shared laughter, and the comforting rhythm of a close-knit community. But his peaceful existence is about to be shattered.
Thrust into a war between dragons and Dragon Slayers, Ezekiel must navigate his new reality. He discovers he is an Elemental, capable of transforming into a powerful dragon. Learning that dragons are on the brink of extinction, Ezekiel embarks on a perilous quest where he must learn to control his immense powers all while unlocking the mysteries of his people.
As the fate of his people and the entire world rests on his shoulders, Ezekiel must confront the Dragon Slayers. Will Ezekiel embrace his destiny and turn the tide in this epic battle of survival?
Dragon's Fire: Rise of the Elementals is the first book in this epic fantasy story that is filled with heart stopping action, adventure, magic, and dragon transformations. It's tale of epic adventures, self-discovery, bravery, and friendship as Ezekiel rises to protect his kind against the merciless Dragon Slayers.
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