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Inside this Book – Breathe. My lungs burned as I pushed myself to go faster up the mountain trail, keeping my eyes fixed on the girl who ran just a few steps ahead of me. Twigs snapped beneath my feet, and my bag thumped against my back with every stride. The scent of pine hung in the air around us, and the muscles in my legs strained as the path steepened. Kaia pulled farther ahead, and I could imagine her laughing at me. She had always been the faster one. Breathe. I lifted my gaze just enough to see the crest of the hill, the promise of sky ahead—but instead of following Kaia up and over, I darted off to the left. Navigating through the underbrush, I coasted downhill toward the narrow beach and the water that lay beyond. The lake of Ilvera was a crystalline blue body nestled into a dip in the side of the mountain that most downmountainers didn’t even know existed. As usual, the beach was empty. Most Verrans avoided this place, hating to see the ruins that loomed on the other side of the lake—a cruel reminder of all that had been lost when the tyrant conquered Ilvera. But Kaia and I never minded the solitude. Giddy triumph caught in my chest as I reached the sand, my steps slowing. I dropped my bag and flopped down on the ground, breathing deeply. The race had seemed like a good idea at the time—something to take our minds off what was coming tonight. But I had dressed for the morning’s misty weather, not this unseasonably warm afternoon. I wiped away the sweat beading on my forehead and shaded my eyes as Kaia stumbled to a stop next to me. She bent over, hands on her knees. “No fair! You cheated!”
Inside this book –Shatter the Sky PDF Book by Rebecca Kim Wells – The part of me that knew the thought was absurd—the part that would have dismissed it as a wisp of daydream—was silent. In its place was a strange fire that grew bolder every second that passed. I grabbed my pack and left the ruins at a trot, the sun just beginning its descent toward the mountain. Father had been right—I could not allow myself to wallow in darkness. But that didn’t mean leaving Kaia to fade into memory. I could see it now. With a dragon, I would hold the same strength that fueled the tyrant’s army. Whatever power the Aurati possessed would be no match for it. If I had a dragon, I could storm their stronghold. I could steal Kaia back. It was an impossible idea, and yet now that it had presented itself, it felt inescapable. Which led to the next, unavoidable question: How could I possibly get my hands on a dragon? I didn’t know as much about our history as most of Ilvera’s elders, but I knew there was no way I could take an adult dragon. For one thing, the adults were rarely brought back to the mountain. For another, even if one did appear, it would already be bonded to a Talon. By all accounts, that bond was unbreakable. So if I wanted a dragon, it would have to be a young one that was not yet bonded. I slowed to a walk. The fortress. If I wanted a dragon, I would have to get inside. It was the only way.
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- Full Book Name – Shatter the Sky
- Author of this Book – Rebecca Kim Wells
- Language – English
- Book Genre – Fiction, Novel, Young Adult, Fantasy, Romance
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