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By D. Wallace Peach | Comments: ( 232 ) | Date: ( Feb 24, 2020 )

In the distant mountains of the Mirror, exiled skyriders fly dragons in the old Way, merged in flesh, blood, and bone Twenty years past, they fought for the freedom of the valley s dragons and lost Imprisoned in the stone lair, the captive dragons beat their webbed wings and thrash serpentine tails They tear their flesh and batter their bodies against the black bars oIn the distant mountains of the Mirror, exiled skyriders fly dragons in the old Way, merged in flesh, blood, and bone Twenty years past, they fought for the freedom of the valley s dragons and lost Imprisoned in the stone lair, the captive dragons beat their webbed wings and thrash serpentine tails They tear their flesh and batter their bodies against the black bars of their cells, iron grating against iron The once peaceful creatures howl, tormented by spine and spur, their fury matched only by their despair Treasa, the daughter of exiles, seeks the secrets of a hidden past and a father she never knew Gifted with visions, she glimpses pieces of years long lost and a veiled future that only raises questions The dragons visit her dreams, laden with contradictions that tear at her heart for one day she sails in unfettered flight, her arms thrown wide, and the next she writhes in tortured darkness, desperate to be free The lair s black garbed riders sense the dragons growing savagery Yet Conall longs to grasp their power, to subdue them and soar He will endure the reek, filth, and terror of the lair to earn his right to fly With a heart encased in steel, he masters the weapons of compliance to see his will done At the cost of the woman he loves Then, a curved talon rends flesh and dragon scale, rattling against white ribs Blood falls like rain and the world shifts Treasa and Conall must decide who they are and what they stand for Thus the battle for the dragon soul begins again Alliances form, old myths are revealed, and new myths are born Myths of the Mirror may be read as a stand alone coming of age fantasy novel appropriate for young adult readers or as the first book in an epic adventure that stretches from the small village of Taran Leigh and the mountains of the Mirror to the Anghard Archipelago in the western sea Conall and Treasa face a world where wealth and power rule Fear is the weapon of choice, and cruelty is tolerated for a pocket of gold It s a world that forces a choice indifference, complicity, or defiance each choice defining the core of who they are and who they will become The dragons of Taran Leigh, souls of grace and beauty, hang in the balance Will they descend into the howling violence of terror and pain inflicted upon them by their tormentors Or will they fly free, the creatures they were born to be With each book, the stakes rise and far than the dragons souls lie at risk The nervousness he felt upon mounting the dragon had ebbed, and he stroked its back, almost affectionately He sensed a growing bond between them, a grace in their flight as natural as breathing There were times when he glided over green fields, gazed into the weave and texture of leaves, that he released the reins and simply let the dragon fly In those rare moments, he felt a profound sense of peace and deeply free Myths of the Mirror.


  • Title: Myths of the Mirror
  • Author: D. Wallace Peach
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 232
  • Format: Kindle Edition

About Author:

D. Wallace Peach

I didn t care for reading as a child I preferred Bonanza and Beverly Hillbillies reruns, Saturday morning cartoons and the Ed Sullivan show Then one day, I opened a book titled The Hobbit.Tolkien literally changed my life.I love to write It s a luxury I never expected I d have time for life got in the way You know how that goes kids, work, chores sleep I worked for 18 years in business where amassing coin was the all consuming objective It required huge amounts of time and mental energy And for me personally, it was soul slaying.Then on September 11, 2001 two planes flew into the World Trade Center I was working in Connecticut, about 2 hours from ground zero, and remember sitting in a conference room, watching the second tower fall That tragedy initiated a process of redefinition for me, an evaluation of what was vital and important Life felt short and precarious, and I started to wonder if it was time to do something that actually mattered I began to write.



Comments Myths of the Mirror

  • Devyn

    I received this book from .It is undeniable how much care, thought, and work was put into Myths of the Mirror. Its clearly felt with every word read. And that's saying something- this book is thick. 500 pages thick. Definitely not a bad thing if you don't mind a commitment. Also don't be surprised when your favorite dragon is small, lame, and spoiled. The Trag will win your heart. And so will the Droom. Those two are my favorite in this immense and detailed world.I'm sorry to say that I don't ha [...]


  • Adrienne

    Got this through Good Reads Giveaways its a beautifully written fantasy book, it was a bit slow at times. I really felt a connection with the characters and enjoyed reading this book!!!


  • Jack Graham

    I am conflicted with this book.The stories of Treasa and Taran Leigh are interwoven through the actions and connections with the past which is heightened with the deviating philosophies of those who seek change and those who seek to maintain the status quo. OK, that is a bit simplistic as there are actually four sides; No change, No interference, Interference for gain, Interference to prevent loss. Really only two of these are presented with any real contextualization, and even then they are sim [...]


  • Sojourner

    Myths of the Mirror by D. Wallace Peach is a fascinating work of epic fantasy spanning nearly 600 pages in which humans ride dragons bareback in a beautiful union, the likes of which one seldom finds. This novel takes you on a journey to an incredibly stunning world superbly conceived by Peach and populated by characters both good and bad, leaving you animated to the very last page.In this ambitious tale, author D. Wallace Peach spins an extraordinary story about Teresa and Conall, and their str [...]


  • Grant Handgis

    Diana Peach’s fantasy story “Myth of The Mirror” is a wonderful story of life in a simple township of historical lore, with skyriders of the Mirror who have the heart, and myth to call down dragons in a merging of rider and dragon into a single cohesive union. The story is a beautifully woven tale that leaves the reader anticipating the next twist to the tale, page after page. The voice of the story carries the reader along effortlessly, using rich description and luscious metaphor.Diana P [...]


  • Leandra Martin

    The characterswere good, I especially liked Gae, she reminded me of my best friend. I also liked Torin a lot too. The story itself was good, you could see the change Conall experienced between his first life and his new life at the Mirror. I think the way the author subtly described the life in the Mirror as simple, with community, friendship and sharing as the focus. It's what we all wish this world could be. Usually the story goes from peaceful to upheaval to peaceful again, but the author did [...]


  • Christoph Fischer

    This is a magical and deep running, epic story with wonderful heroes, dragons, adventure and romance that will no doubt entertain and please all fans of the fantasy genre. The book however is so much more and works on a deeper level about finding oneself and believing and fighting for the good in the world and for justice. An epic, the story is only the beginning of a promising series.Well-developed characters hit home great messages about human nature: power, greed, true love and keep us entert [...]


  • N.W. Moors

    Myths of the Mirror is a lovely fantasy novel with a carefully built world of beauty, both in the valley of Taran Leigh and in the mountains of the Mirror. The only dark place is the lair of the dragons, but it is necessary to show how the Belonging and the Way make everything else so lovely. Conall's growth throughout the story is mirrored by Treasa's and justifies their love in the end. The secondary characters are interesting and the evils of coin clearly laid out. This is the second of D. Wa [...]


  • Melissa ownsbey

    first let me say the art work on the coverwas very beautifulthe story was great I enjoyed thestory with all its magical dragonsthe story had lots of details that some storys don'tin mymind I could see the dragons the places and people as if they were standing in front of meI got lost in the story as I was reading itit as a wonderful storythis book gets 5 stars plus from meI hope everyone gets a chance to read this book itwill not disappoint yougreat job and tanks for letting me read and review


  • Stephanie

    Another great book from D. Wallace Peach. This book is a great fantasy, this book is a wonderfully written. The plot is very interesting and overall Myths of the Mirror is fun read! The characters (and dragons) develop as the story develops. I was very pleased with this book, I am looking forward to reading more of D. Wallace Peach’s books in the near future!


  • Aviar Savijon

    Myths of the MirrorA grand story told wonderfully in this book of fantasy. Skywriters forever! This is a must read the characters grow on you more reach page you read. I simply loved it.


  • Angela Oliver

    Beautifully written, if a bit slow at times. I really felt a connection with the characters, and enjoyed sharing their life experiences with them. It would have been nice to see the dragons given more personality - maybe in the second book. Overall, masterfully written.


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