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Revenge of the Devil's Dragons

Revenge of the Devil's Dragons
  • Author: Paul William Darby
  • Publisher: iUniverse
  • ISBN: 9780595004812
  • Page: 320
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Jay shuddered to think how people of Earth could even begin to do battle with the Dragons, ... before the formation 9O Revenge of the Devil's Dragons.

book description: Spanning a period from ancient Atlantis to the White House, Revenge of the Devil's Dragons takes in a panorama of events that have profoundly affected humanity. American Jay McGregor grows up knowing that his memory has been blocked, missing about six weeks of his youth. When he finally learns why, he is again in the company of the Andromedans, aliens who have been on Earth for millennia. Jay falls in love with the beautiful Andromedan woman, Melinda, as he relives history since the fall of Atlantis to the present day. He discovers the source of evil in the form of the devil's Dragons, reptilian invaders whose fury destroyed Earth's earliest civilizations. Bent on revenge for their defeat at Atlantis, the Dragons are headed toward Earth again. With the help of the Andromedans, Jay hopes to thwart another catastrophe. But the Sirians, a race of dominating humans who developed mankind out of a tribe of apes, resent Jay's powers he has gained from the Andromedans. Jay must first humble the Sirians before he can even begin the task of stopping the Dragons in their latest quest to bring ruin to our beautiful planet Earth. AUTHOR BIO: Paul William Darby's passion for writing novels began while he served in the Navy. He later became a staff member with news services in Europe. His several novel evolved from his many personal experiences he discovered were necessary before he acquired the voice by which to speak.


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