In the era of dragons, airships, and automatons, Pontopa faces a difficult choice.
She could work for the king, liaising with merchant traders, for good money. But this would support his war against dragons, putting Pontopa’s own dragon in danger.
Or she could exile to a land where grey dragons run amok. But the king is ruthless and disobeying his edict would risk her parents’ lives.
It will take a chance meeting with her favourite author for Pontopa to make up her mind. And she’ll discover that her destiny is not as clear-cut as she first realised.
Because a rare few remain from an ancient lineage who can sing legions of dragons into battle.
In a now endangered era, Pontopa Wells might just be a Dragonseer.
A thrilling, page-turning series filled with adventure, naval and dragon battles, and super-powered combat.
This box-set contains the first three books in the Secicao Blight series:
2. Dragonseers and Bloodlines
3. Dragonseers and Automatons
If you like the sound of a dragon fantasy with two kick-ass heroines and all the cogs and gears of steampunk, then you'll love the Dragonseers and Airships box-set.
What Amazon reviewers are saying about this series:
★★★★★ “Such a unique story that I was immediately drawn into! The world-building in this story was one of my favourite parts. I couldn’t get enough!”
★★★★★ “If you crave airships, tweed suits, and the other accoutrements of steampunk, you will find it in spades in Dragonseer. I don’t even like steampunk or fantasy, but Behrsin hooked me right into his fascinating world.”
★★★★★ “I loved the world-building here, with its dragons (and dragonseers and the “collective unconscious”), airships, automatons, drug-fuelled battles and so much more. Add in a neat cast, from Pontopa Wells (gotta love that name) on down (special credit to big bad drug lord King Cini (again, what name), and an imaginative and well-written plot. The result is definitely all pretty darn great.”
★★★★★ “Make a TV series of it.”
★★★★★ “I was hooked from the very beginning. Anyone who likes fantasy and who tends to cheer on the dragons over humans in stories will fall head over heels for this book.”