“What if everyone’s wrong about dragons?” Cairn barely dared to voice the thought. “What if dragons can be...trained?
Farm-boy Cairn can hardly believe it when he is chosen to train as a rider for Star-King Elior.
Far from home in the mountains, where dragons lurk and war threatens, Cairn strives to become a great rider of Callenlas. Does he have what it takes after all? And what is his friend Arunae hiding?
Ages 12-16 | Considers the true motivation behind actions and challenges pride.
"The air of Callenlas carries echoes of Narnia.Your children will want a shelf full of books like The First Skyrider."
Nate Morgan Locke, Creative Director, Speak Life
"Even better than the first book in the series. I didn't want it to end."
Felicity Carswell, co-host of the Two Sisters & a Cup of Tea podcast
"This is an enjoyable read. It takes familiar ingredients that will please readers (a school-type setting, a means-well-but-ends-up-in-trouble hero, and dragons!) and weaves them into a world that is intriguing and a story that keeps you coming back."
Katy Morgan, author of The Promise and the Light
"Not only beautifully rich but weaves together an incredibly compelling story. I didn't want to put it down. It's as if Harry Potter met How to Train your Dragon but better!"
Bethan Lycett, author of Love Came Down
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