Stone and the Flower Dragon by JG Parker

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Stone and the Flower Dragon tells of how it’s possible to end an elemental dragon’s life. Jake Walker is alone in the Derbyshire Peaklands with a twenty foot immortal dragon made of limestone. Well, Jake thinks Stone’s immortal, but the dragon knows otherwise…

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A deleted scene from Dark Peak: The First Elemental developed into a short story for ebook only release

Stone and the Flower Dragon tells of how it’s possible to end an elemental dragon’s life.

Jake Walker is alone in the Derbyshire Peaklands with a twenty foot immortal dragon made of limestone. Well, Jake thinks Stone’s immortal, but the dragon knows otherwise… he’s been there before, he’s seen what happens when an elemental places her misguided trust in the hands of a human companion, a young boy travelling with his parents to a semi-tropical rainforest on an isolated island. On this island is a flower, and in the heart of the flower is a miracle…

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This is fantastic. In a few short pages, the author manages to evoke an emotional response. Not only does it warn against the destruction of the natural world, it also warns against the apathy of mankind. This is beautifully written and leaves the reader hungry for more. – Amazon.com, 5.0 out of 5 stars: Fantastic!

Wonderfully written and a great read. Smashwords.com, 5.0 out of 5 stars

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5 reviews for Stone and the Flower Dragon by JG Parker

  1. Wordsonwater

    I loved this story. It tackles several issues head on and is narrated through the elderly voice of an otherwise ageless dragon… Global warming, genuine human quests, the disregard of nature for the fulfilment of profits are all discussed in the story. The pace is speedy and accordingly, my natural reading pace quickened. A good Xmas or birthday gift. I simply loved it!
    (review first appeared on iTunes)

  2. Purple Violin

    This is fantastic. In a few short pages, the author manages to evoke an emotional response. Not only does it warn against the destruction of the natural world, it also warns against the apathy of mankind.This is beautifully written and leaves the reader hungry for more.
    (first appeared on Amazon)

  3. Lana Axe

    This is fantastic. In a few short pages, the author manages to evoke an emotional response. Not only does it warn against the destruction of the natural world, it also warns against the apathy of mankind.This is beautifully written and leaves the reader hungry for more.
    (First reviewed on Smashwords)

  4. Fairy Lover

    Wonderfully written and great read.
    (First reviewed on Smashwords)

  5. Janet

    I loved the story although it’s a sad tale. Man so used to destroying some good and beautiful, just to discover its secrets. Stone remembers the flower dragon. He told Jake how she lived and how man indirectly killed her. She died a slow painful death. The flower Dragon would be no more. This is a great read. I look forward to reading the series.
    (first reviewed on Good Reads)

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