by C.C. Hogan
My rating: 5 stars
Publication Date: October 26, 2015
Publisher: C.C. Hogan
Genre: Epic Fantasy
Print Length: 171 pages
Deoram Ham is a beautiful little village in the far south of Bind, a peaceful, simple community perfect for dragon riders who miss the dragons and want to live a life far from the wars they fought.
It is not to last, and as new threats emerge, fighting is not now an option; the only solution is to escape to the beautiful island of Hope.
Johnson Farthing, the former general and now farmer, has no choice but to travel north once more to find a boat.
Includes the short story Mistry's Tale, the prelude to Dirt, Series 2.
Hope by C.C. Hogan
When news comes that war is about to beat on their doorsteps once again, Farthing must take up the leadership and lead his people to safety, but first he needs a boat that can take them across the waters in search of another slice of peaceful paradise, the island of Hope.
After the turmoil and bloodshed in the past, C.C. Hogan brings us a short tale of Farthing’s continued search for peace for his people. They no longer wish to be soldiers, the dragons have their own lives and the power of friendship and loyalty have created a false sense of security that is about to be shattered.
C.C. Hogan has created a world where his characters guide him with their words and actions. Honorable characters, characters with deep inner strength and Hope for a better future make this piece of the tales of Dirt a wonderful breather after the violence, bloodshed and heartache of the first trilogy.
I received this copy from C.C. Hogan in exchange for my honest review. (and, yes, I did read this out of order, I NEEDED to see where things went)