Earth’s Dragons

Earth”s Dragons is the continuing saga and greatly anticipated second sequel of the award winning book, Earth is Ours, Best Fantasy/SciFi 2005 from the prestigious San Diego Book Awards Association. The first sequel, Target Earth, placed Finalist in the same awards for 2006. The beloved characters developed in the original story evolve and begin an exciting new adventure in the sequel. In Earth”s Dragons the characters evolve yet again and embark on a new adventure and finale of the series as they continue to defy monstrous, invading aliens dedicated to the total destruction of the human race. The male versus female conflict of minds, emotions and motivations remain a large portion of the story as it unfolds from both viewpoints. The struggle continues against formidable invaders led by an awe inspiring supreme leader. In this fast paced and compelling adventure, battles wage across the California and Arizona deserts.Earth”s Dragons is the continuing saga and greatly anticipated second sequel of the award winning book, Earth is Ours, Best Fantasy/SciFi 2005 from the prestigious San Diego Book Awards Association. The first sequel, Target Earth, placed Finalist in the same awards for 2006. The beloved characters developed in the original story evolve and begin an exciting new adventure in the sequel. In Earth”s Dragons the characters evolve yet again and embark on a new adventure and finale of the series as they continue to defy monstrous, invading aliens dedicated to the total destruction of the human race. The male versus female conflict of minds, emotions and motivations remain a large portion of the story as it unfolds from both viewpoints. The struggle continues against formidable invaders led by an awe inspiring supreme leader. In this fast paced and compelling adventure, battles wage across the California and Arizona deserts.

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About Dragon Mystic

I fell in love with dragons when I read Tea With the Black Dragon, and never looked back. Not the clunky winged Medieval dragons that ate cows, the graceful Asian dragons that could fly without wings. Later I discovered the elegant Welsh dragons, red and white, as described by R.J. Stewart in his books on the historical Merlin.
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2 Responses to Earth’s Dragons

  1. Eric S. Zipp says:

    Great fresh ideas formed into an intriguing story line For me, the basis of a `good book’, let alone a series, is that I should be well written, captivating and entertaining… and this series met and exceed my expectations by a wide margin. I recommend reading these books without any reservations at all… and I’ll tell you one of the main reasons.It’s easy for an author to fall into the trap of choosing a `well used plot’ and just change the name of the characters and location for the story… when you read something like that… you begin to recognize `milestones’ in the plot that are familiar (been there, done that).Gary W. Babb takes you off of that well worn path into a place that you have never been before! That, for me, is exciting… when the author can “open a door” for me that I have never been through before and have never seen what is on the `other side’… that’s great!Gary takes you places in this series that are new and refreshing… kind of like standing on a hilltop after a snow the night before… you look down and across the valley… and there is not a single footprint in the snow before you…. Gary does that for you in this series… “..what a great adventure..”.If you enjoy a story that have fresh `twists’ in direction along the way… start with “Earth is Ours” and start your ride that will keep you captivated until the end of the series, you will not be disappointed.I can’t wait for another of his works to be published…

  2. Kimberly K. McDavitt "BMV Dep" says:

    Decent storyline – until book three I’ve seen this before…the book starts out entertaining (book one), gets a little silly (book two), then becomes boring and just plain stupid (book three); with ridiculous situations and impossibly twisted subplots and characters. It’s obvious that the author got bored with his own story (and I can see why!) and just ended it at a convenient spot – convenient for him, NOT the reader!

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