✨Champion’s Wrath Cover + Blurb Reveal✨

Summoning dragons exacts a price. Can they afford to pay it?

Augum, Bridget and Leera are the first to summon dragons in thousands of years. But the ancient spell inflicts an unforeseen side effect—after every casting, it turns them against each other.

As the Canterran army plunders their kingdom, Katrina Von Edgeworth uses her siege engine dragon to crush all resistance. The trio, fledglings at fighting in the air, soon find themselves outmatched.

Now everything hangs by a thread and Augum, Bridget and Leera must somehow carve a path to victory—without gouging each other’s eyes out.

Little do they know the enemy is readying a deadly surprise.

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Champion’s Wrath is the grand finale to the Fury of a Rising Dragon series. Also by Sever Bronny: The Arinthian Line series, the epic coming of age adventure that began it all.

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I’m so excited to at last be able to share the cover and blurb with you guys. It’s been a long and emotional journey to get to this point, but we’re finally in the home stretch. So get ready to embark on another wondrous adventure with the trio, because it’s just around the corner!

All my best to you and those you love,

—Sever
P.S. ART: watch out for the email, it’s coming soon ;)

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Sever Bronny

Bestselling author of the epic fantasy THE ARINTHIAN LINE series and the FURY OF A RISING DRAGON series. The adventure begins with Arcane (The Arinthian Line, book 1): http://amzn.to/1Rl1P1B

37 thoughts on “✨Champion’s Wrath Cover + Blurb Reveal✨

  1. exept the fact about how the right one is only a little bigger it said it was 8 barn while augums was only 6

  2. you know what? i thought it was bridget and leera left leera right brideg cause it kinda looks like her but that makes sense

  3. It seems like no one is mentioning it but who are the dragons on the cover. I presume the one on the left is Augum because of the lightning rings on its arm, and the one on the right is Orion, because its breathing flame or something like it, which none of the trio have, and it doesn’t have any rings on its arm.

    1. This was the cover designer’s interpretation, so it will not be completely accurate relative to the story seeing as cover designers do not read the books :)

  4. Sever Bronny, May you Pleeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeease tell us the exact launch or atleast the week.(: Your books are the best and i dont know what to read!! (:

  5. How do you do it? I mean like how do you wright all of these amazing books?!? I can never figure it out! :)

  6. Soooo going out on a limb here. The reason arcaners in the past fought each other was the side affects of this spell.

  7. I’m crossing my fingers so hard that one might fall off so that no one dies… but I’m super excited though. We could all use a little arcanely during quarantine!

  8. Cron was clearly a very powerful spell – I think even more so than the Dragon Simul. That would seem to align based upon their prospective difficulties (20th Master, and 15th degree). But, we also know that Leyan spell’s difficulty’s don’t align with Sithesian’s spells. So does that mean that Rivican spells correspond with Leyan spells in terms of degree ratings? It would make sense, seeing as they were advanced enough to have civilized parts of Endraga Ra; something even Leyans haven’t done.
    Just a little curious.
    And, side note, will the trio forget their Simul after destroying Orion much like they forgot Cron after defeating Lividius?
    Side side note, your work is awesome, and I am forever grateful that you make a story that we can all enjoy!

    1. I don’t want to delve too deep into Rivican lore at this time, but what I can say is each civilization had its own tiers of spells, as well as its own variety of spells. Many have been lost to time, perhaps never to resurface. But some … some can still be rediscovered.

      As for Cron, it was an insanely powerful spell. But something I never got around to with it was its eventual aging. What the trio didn’t know was that had they continued to cast it, they would have aged at faster and faster rates, not to mention seen more and more harrowing shadows/visions. Luckily they stopped when they did, as I don’t think people would have enjoyed seeing them tormented so much.

      >And, side note, will the trio forget their Simul after destroying Orion much like they forgot Cron after defeating Lividius?

      No, this one they get to keep ;)

      >your work is awesome, and I am forever grateful that you make a story that we can all enjoy!

      Thank you, I’m honored and deeply humbled by all the support everyone’s been showing for my work. Means a lot more than people think :)

  9. Im not complaining but why does every epic spell has side affects? Reflect: 1 time a day. Cron:ages you. summoning dragons: turns you against each other. but i love the sereis and cover/title are sick

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