Dragon Tale: Fighting Corruption with Futuristic Creatures

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Tina M. Randolph's new science fiction, fantasy novel teaches teens about acceptance

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This isn’t your typical dragon story...

Set more than 1,000 years in the future in a world tempered with human-dragon alliances, “Breath of Dragons: Vanished,” follows Jett Trace, a teen who has the natural ability to connect with dragons and control their magical breath.

The peaceful dragons’ way of life is threatened due to a militia led by the Dragon Breaths Corporation, who attempt to artificially produce their own dragon warriors with the same powers as Drakon Masters such as Jett.

On a cryptic journey to find his sister and to prevent this tyrannical reign, Jett meets other Drakon Masters and soon discovers that all of their fates are intertwined.

Author Tina M. Randolph’s latest novel teaches readers about finding truth, forgiveness and acceptance as four leagues of dragons battle for supremacy. “Breath of Dragons: Vanished,” the first in a five-book series, entertains readers while following a classic yet intriguing storyline as readers determine if good will defeat evil.

“This isn’t your typical dragon story,” Randolph said. “This novel features 26 species of dragons on a futuristic planet, as well as the war of four leagues to control the essential elements of their dragon’s breath.”

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“Breath of Dragons: Vanished”
By Tina M. Randolph
ISBN: 9781480809123
Available in softcover, hardcover, e-book
Available on Amazon, Barnes & Noble and Archway Publishing online bookstores

About the author
Tina M. Randolph is the author of two other science fiction and fantasy teen book series: “Mystic Deja” and “The Keys of Fate.” She received associate’s degrees in visual communications from the Art Institute of Houston and in computer information systems from Education America. Randolph currently resides in Houston, Texas.

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