The Seren Trilogy by Darren Lewis

Do you believe in magic?

The seren trilogy

Do you believe in magic?

Our world was born into chaos four billion years ago. It has survived to nurture and protect a species that is duty-bound to help it live. And it's not human. Now, those protectors are dying and the Earth will perish. Their leader Rox has a plan, but she will not be alone. From a chance meeting, Rox will travel with the bravest creature she has ever met: a young human girl, Ellie.

Her new dragon companion, Cole, will fly her to amazing heights and plummet to the lowest depths beneath the earth, as they embark together on a perilous and personal quest to discover something precious lost so long ago. The fate of mankind hangs in the balance and on the shoulders of Ellie and her new friend. Old and new friendships will come together to overcome the dreadful future the young friends have unleashed upon the world. Everything must be risked and sacrificed if Ellie is to save everyone she knows and loves.

A choice must be made. A price must be paid. And only one girl can make it.

Genre: JUVENILE FICTION / Fantasy & Magic

Secondary Genre: FICTION / Fantasy / Epic

Language: English

Keywords: childrens books, fantasy, epic, adventure, dragons, contemporary, magic, paranormal, sorcery, magical, speculative, fiction

Word Count: 39124

Sales info:

Steady sales, first in a series.

Sample text:

The house stood empty and silent.

No one had entered for years. Animals that had tried to rest or live there didn’t stay very long. It was as if a presence in the house seemed to scare them off, in fear for their lives.

The gardens were overgrown and trees surrounded the house making it dark and gloomy. Strangely, the only part the garden had not taken over was the stone path that led towards an iron gate at the back of the house. But the gate seemed to go nowhere. A large dense bush denied entrance and exit to and from the garden.

The house itself had suffered from years of neglect. Many of the roof tiles had fallen, exposing rotten beams in the attic. The paint had peeled from the woodwork and the only living thing that dared grown near it was ivy. It had started to work its way around the walls, already covering the ground floor and making a slow attempt higher to the first floor making the house appear to be disappearing into the ground.

It was, however, being watched with interest by two animals. The first, a large, ginger cat, was sitting near the iron gate, gently casting its eyes over the house in that relaxed manner of cats. The second, circling high, was a large pigeon that was hungry and in a hurry to fill its belly.

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