The Sorcerer's Dragon

By C.D. Muller

Fantasy, Sci-Fi, Action & adventure | eBook


When a demonic entity known only as the Sorcerer breaks free from the gates of Oblivion, he seeks out an ancient relic known only as Ragnarok, foretold by the prophecy that it would give him the power to take over the empire of Armageddon and to recreate the universe. The empire’s last ray of hope, Selena Ayladail, a fourteen year old girl with no memory of her past, begins to uncover the secrets behind Ragnarok while also researching the strange symbol on her left hand that she has had for as long as she can remember. However, what she unravels places her life in danger. Throughout her adventures, she befriends an extraordinary dragon who she names Thor. As she and Thor adventure across the empire, Selena unravels the truth behind Ragnarok, her gift with magic, and experiences first-hand the true wickedness of the Sorcerer.



C.D. Muller was born on December 9th, 1990, and wrote her first fantasy novel for the Armageddon Series when she was fourteen when she realized that having her own fantasy world was much better than living in reality. Her inspiration came from works by Edgar Allan Poe, C.S. Lewis, Christopher Paolini, and Naomi Novik, while also learning how make a madman speak after reading Lewis Carroll’s Alice in Wonderland. As a student at Patagonia Union High, she took part in helping write out plays for her local town theatre, Tin Shed Theatre while also studying Calculus, Physics, and computers. Included in this, she was also invited to do special presentations for elementary classes to describe the process of writing a novel and the steps it takes to get one published, using the first two chapters of The Sorcerer’s Dragon as an example. She is currently working as a health care provider with people with disabilities while making plans to go back to school to earn a bachelor’s degree in Computer Science. She lives in Sierra Vista, AZ with her husband-to-be and her two cats.


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C.D. Muller was born on December 9th, 1990, and wrote her first fantasy novel for the Armageddon Series when she was fourteen when she realized that having her own fantasy world was much better than living in reality. Her inspiration came from works by Edgar Allan Poe, C.S. Lewis, Christopher Paolini, and Naomi Novik, while also learning how make a madman speak after reading Lewis Carroll’s Alice ...


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