5 stars rating: Full of mythical creaturesGreat read for about 5th grade and up. Set 12,000 years ago and loaded with suspense, adventure, shamans, prophecy and mythical lands … it’s a wonderful book for that young person that’s starting to fall in love with reading. Also it’s the first book in an upcoming series. – CHILDRENS BOOK SHELF
Firestone: The Dragon’s Blood Prophecy
(A Tale of the Eternal Stones Book 1)
5 stars rating: Firestone: The Dragon’s Blood Prophecy: Action-packed adventure and well-written fantasy crammed with fire gods and monsters, mythogy and heroes, alternate history, funny characters and is a ticking timebomb oozing with epic battles in a time of myth and war!
Roeg is an elemental fire warrior… He just doesn’t know it yet.
Forced on an epic journey searching for a powerful elemental stone, Roeg is not only tasked with saving the world, he has to do it before ‘the great fire in the sky’ kills them all… the extinction countdown is on!
Little does he know that across the Atlantean Sea, a troop of steampunk Crystal Hunters are battling their way through monsters and mythical creatures searching for the same elemental stone!
To top it off, Sin, an evil bloodmage, is raising an army to ‘cleanse’ the world of the ‘Mythics’ to steal their power and become immortal. He sents his best bounty hunter to claim the long lost ‘blue haired boy’ – how long can Roeg hide?
YOUR JOURNEY BEGINS HERE
About the Author
The corporate humdrum distracted and stole Ryan Carriere from his true passion for over thirteen years. A flame sparked and his thirst for writing and sketching rekindled. He is the creative new author and illustrator of the Tales of the Eternal Stones series. He weaves together history, fantasy and conspiracy enabling readers to get lost in his stories.
Mysteries of the past and questions of the future inspire Ryan. He attended three universities studying how people interact with the world around them instilling in him a love for the social construct of people and their environment. He has written several published articles and now book one of a four-part series.