Reflecting Upon Masters And Slayers

Fantasy author Bryan Davis’s new book entitled Masters and Slayers is the first book in his Reflections of Starlight series. The book will be hitting store shelves on September 13th through Living Ink. In the book, “the dragons of Starlight have been enslaving humans for over a century. At long last, warrior Adrian Masters and sword maiden Marcelle vow to find the mysterious portal where the Lost Ones disappeared—and save the slaves. Will they turn back when they learn that only the ultimate sacrifice can bring freedom to the oppressed?” After the jump, you can check out a picture of the bookcover, another synopsis, and a bio for the author.

Expert swordsman Adrian Masters attempts a dangerous journey to another world to rescue human captives who have been enslaved there by dragons. He is accompanied by Marcelle, a sword maiden of amazing skill whose ideas about how the operation should be carried out conflict with his own. Since the slaves have been in bonds for generations, they have no memory of their origins, making them reluctant to believe the two would-be rescuers, and, of course, the dragons will crush any attempt to emancipate the slaves. Set on two worlds separated by a mystical portal, Masters and Slayers is packed with action, mystery, and emotional turmoil, a tale of heart and life that is sure to inspire.

About the Author:
Bryan Davis is the author of the following young adult fantasy series: Dragons in our Midst, Oracles of Fire, Echoes from the Edge, and Dragons of Starlight. He also wrote I Know Why the Angels Dance, which is a contemporary novel for adults. After laboring as a computer geek for twenty years Bryan followed a dream to become an author. He began by writing a story to motivate his seven children to gain some excitement about writing and that story grew into a novel. After spending the next eight years learning the craft and enduring more than two hundred rejections from publishers and agents, he broke through with his best-selling series Dragons in our Midst published by Living Ink. He is now a full-time author and lives with his wife Susie and their children in western Tennessee. Bryan’s novels have been readily accepted in schools worldwide (whether public, Christian, Protestant or Catholic, Jewish, or otherwise) – such is their wide appeal. For more information, see his website at


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