Some men are made in battle. Grelic of Thrae is one. A seasoned veteran of numerous campaigns and raids, Grelic is a warrior without a war. He languishes under mugs of ale and poor choices that eventually find him locked in the dungeons of King Rentor. His only chance at redemption is an offer tantamount to suicide: travel north with a misfit band of adventurers and learn the truth of what happened in the village of Gend. Grelic, suddenly tired of his life, reluctantly agrees and meets the only survivor of the horrible massacre: Fitch Iane. Broken, mentally and physically, Fitch babbles about demons stalking through the mists and a terrible monster prowling the skies, breathing fire and death. What begins as a simple reconnaissance mission quickly turns into a quest to stop Sidian, the Silver Mage from accomplishing his goals in the Deadlands. Grelic and his team are sorely outnumbered and ill prepared to deal with the combined threats of a dark mage and one of the great dragons from the west.

Along the way they meet Dakeb, last of the order of Mages. He has lived a solitary live in pursuit of atonement for his past. Stopping Sidian is his only goal and he is willing to sacrifice everything to achieve it. Yet even he understands that magic comes with a price and the fate of the world is too large for even a Mage to bear.

The Dragon Hunters is the second stand alone novel in the highly popular Malweir series. Set in the middle of the timeline, this is the tale of redemption and revenge as opposing forces collide in a wasteland. Filled with elven mercenaries, a vengeful dragon, and two Mages who were once friends, the Dragon Hunters goes deeper into the mythology of the fall of the Mages and how Malweir continues to pick up the pieces.


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