Flights, Fancies, and Nightmares (working)
GenreFantasy / Adventure
Age Rating:R15
Submitted:Friday, 21 March 2008
Star rating:
(4 ratings)
Read by:255 different readers

The gods have chosen their representatives. The war will begin soon. The only problem is that the gods' chosen can't stop fighting long enough to be of any use.

Andra is a human, with only her mother's Sun Sword and her best friend, Gryphon, to remind her of home. Guided by a mysterious stranger called Eyrie, she must carry out her mother's order: to find the elf with the moon.

Regolith and Alystair are twins, prince and princess of Tenebrisia, the elfin kingdom. Upon their nameday, they are each allotted a task to help with the ruling of Tenebrisia. One must find the wielder of the Sun Sword, and one must prepare to keep the kingdom out of the hands of scheming elfin Power Houses.

During it all, an army of evil is growing as an evil god plots the destruction of his siblings' creations so that he may have room for his own.

To be a novel of intrigue and love, adventure and war, and a good sword fight or two.


List of chapters

Ch. 0 Prologue: A Story
Ch. 1 Chapter 1: The Truth of a Story
Ch. 2 Chapter 2: Meetings
Ch. 3 Chapter 3: Into the Riverwood/Fairytales and Arguments (?)
Ch. 4 Chapter 4: The First Lesson
Ch. 5 Chapter 5: Inheritance
Ch. 6 To the East
Ch. 7 A Death in the Family
Ch. 8 City Denizens
Ch. 9 Surprises
Ch. 10 A Life Forfeit
Ch. 11 Flight
Ch. 12 The Frozen Gate


Niko Bane Monday, 18 April 2011
It's rich and great in description, and the plot is like a goo that sucks you in. Nice job.

By the way, could you please check out my book War of Darkness book 1 - Prophecies of The King, any constructive criticism would be great.
Lizzie Rogers Monday, 26 January 2009
I give it 3.5 stars.

Keep writing!

Feel free to check out my book "Safe"!
Hayley Brace Monday, 29 December 2008
I really enjoyed reading this - I will come back for more when I've the time. It's well written and I love the dragons. If I could ask you to have a look at my own dragon book - I know it's cheeky doing this - but I'd love to get an opinion on it. It's called Atheris: Battle Cry, and so far no one has left any feedback.
Once again, I'd like to say how much I liked your work! Cheers x
Capn Thaddeus Q Blueballs Sunday, 30 March 2008
Enjoyed what I've read. Very descriptive. Liked your description of the dragons. Nice job.
Skye Jules Wednesday, 26 March 2008
I find your plot very interesting. Of course, it needs work, but didn't all great writing need tons of work at one point? That's why you are here.

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