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The Dragon Hunter
When the ship arrives to take bounty hunters to the annual Dragon Hunt, Erina is ready. At sixteen, she’s not a particularly great fighter, nor is she gifted with magic like some of the other huntsmen. What she does have is a knack for strategy, a robust knowledge of botany, and the drive to seek her imprisoned best friend’s release, whatever the personal cost.
The shape-shifting Dragon mage has not proven easy to catch despite the king’s promise to grant any request from the successful hunter. For years, seasoned assassins have traveled to the Dragon’s island home, and few have returned. Those that have say the evil magic of the island itself surpasses that of its master. They speak of demonic creatures, shifting landscapes, and nightmares brought to life.
Erina’s friends warn her that she’s more likely to meet her death than slay the Dragon and win her best friend’s freedom. To find the Dragon and achieve her endgame, Erina will have to use her wits to survive the island and the other hunters while keeping her own secrets close. But in a place where nothing’s what it seems, Erina’s not the only one keeping secrets. As she joins up with the other hunters, she’ll have to learn who to trust and who might be the Dragon in their midst.
The Dragon Hunter is complete at 98,000 words. It was selected and workshopped as part of the 2018 class of Pitch Wars and will appeal to fans of Rachel Hartman’s Seraphina and Stephanie Garber's Caravel.