Author Marshall Drews’ new book “Dragon Kindred and the Worshippers of Gyr” Reimagines the Fantasy Novel

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Recent release “Dragon Kindred and the Worshippers of Gyr” from Page Publishing author Marshall Drews follows a band of men intent upon slaying a dragon, until the unexpected occurs.

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Marshall Drews, a debut fantasy novelist, has completed his new book “Dragon Kindred and the Worshippers of Gyr”: a seemingly straightforward story of a knight on a quest to kill a troublesome dragon until he and his men discover a young, unprotected dragon, incapable of producing flames to protect himself. The knight is left wondering what to do with this dragon, and what will become of him and his title if he allows the defenseless creature to live.

“The inspiration for this work came from a longstanding disappointment with stories and how they’re often portrayed—stories that feature an objectively good protagonist or moral, an objectively bad person or entity, and a forced-in love plot and/or triangle that I find often brings down the story as a whole,” Marshall Drews said of his work. It was this disappointment that led him to work within some of the frameworks of his favorite genre while simultaneously reinventing it to create a new story.

Published by Page Publishing, Marshall Drews’ tale deals with issues such as chivalry, bravery, and the concept of mercy.

Readers who wish to experience this majestic work can purchase “Dragon Kindred and the Worshippers of Gyr” at bookstores everywhere, or online at the Apple iTunes Store, Amazon, Google Play, or Barnes and Noble.

For additional information or media inquiries, contact Page Publishing at 866-315-2708.

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