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Prince Lander and the Dragon War marks the 10th book in The Green Ember Series overall. It is the third installment in the Tales of Old Natalia Series and takes place before the famed adventures of Heather and Picket.
About Prince Lander and the Dragon War
Old Natalia, during the declining years of Whitson Mariner and the rise of tyrannical dragons and their master, Namoz Dragonking.
Rabbitkind faces extinction, and Prince Lander must follow his aging father to the last desperate edge of hope. A possible future is glimpsed dimly through a veil of darkness and death. This will not be a safe ending.
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“The tenth Green Ember book is a thriller, full of heart and hope. Familiar faces return—alongside some endearing new characters you’re sure to love—to face down peril and treachery at every turn as they fight for their future. Prince Lander and the Dragon War is a welcome story for any who await the Mended Wood.”
Scott James, author of children’s books, including The Sower, The Littlest Watchman, and Where Is Wisdom?, as well as the Advent and Lenten family worship books The Expected One and The Risen One
About S. D. Smith
S. D. Smith is the author of The Green Ember Series, a bestselling middle-grade adventure saga. The Green Ember has reached hundreds of thousands of readers and spent time as the number one bestselling audiobook in the world on Audible. Smith’s stories are captivating readers across the globe who are hungry for “new stories with an old soul.” Enthusiastic families can’t get enough of these tales.
Vintage adventure. Moral imagination. Classic virtue. Finally, stories we all love. Just one more chapter, please!
When he’s not writing adventurous tales of #RabbitsWithSwords in his writing shed, dubbed The Forge, Smith loves to speak to audiences about storytelling, imagination, and seeing yourself as a character in the Story.
S. D. Smith lives in West Virginia with his wife and four kids.