Ellydd Gate: Book 1 of the Drinsighe Trilogy

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Danny Furlong, Jul 1, 2014 - Juvenile Fiction - 573 pages
Book 1 of the Drinsighe Trilogy
A fast-paced and fun fantastical adventure of two ordinary teenagers thrust into a quest to save a magical world.
Twins, intelligent Savnah and fast-talking Jem, rescue a herd of wild horses from their grasping foster-father and escape with the horses to another world.
In Tirn Peal the horses transform into glorious drin – dragons – and Jem and Savnah become their friends. The twins are kidnapped at gunpoint by Prince Dafholven, who is convinced they are prophesised legendary warriors the drinsighe – dragon riders. Reluctantly, Savnah and Jem embark on a dangerous trek to battle the evil silhearion, Tarindor.
At Ellydd Gate the drinsighe must defeat Tarindor ... or die trying.

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About the author (2014)

Danny Furlong led a pretty standard life as a computer programmer and professional runner, along with time in the army as a commando soldier, parachuting, cliff climbing and mining. When he was thirty-eight, Danny suffered a massive stroke, leaving him a mute quadriplegic. Now Danny is a writer, living independently in country Victoria, Australia. Danny’s autobiography, Flipside, was turned into a stage play and a radio play, and the book is available through eBook retailers.
Ellydd Gate is his first book in the fantasy teen series, Drinsighe Trilogy.
Check out Danny’s blog at http://www.dannyfurlong.com/blog