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Chapter Eleven

The only thing I meant to imply, Firstlord, is my pain at knowing I am neither truly an Equi, nor truly your son.

Chapter Ten

“I am a prisoner of war, not a traitor,” Konik replied. “I just don’t know which alliance is where.”

Chapter Nine

“Now it begins to ssink into thy tiny mammalian brain, doess it not? Good.”

Chapter Eight

“I should have sent her away,” he whispered. “I should have sent her away like I did you.

Chapter Eight

“I should have sent her away,” he whispered. “I should have sent her away like I did you.

Chapter Seven

“So,” a cool voice said, “this is where I find the Firstlord of Equus, brawling half naked in a galactic backwater.”

Chapter Six

“As you wissh,” the serpent responded. “It’ss not exactly a dark ssecret. We did not come to the Equi. We dessigned the Equi. They have alwayss been ourss, and we are devoted to them.”

Chapter Five

“I would have you bear a son for the Great House,” he said. “My son,” and she began to cry.

In the most ancient and powerful agrarian society of planet Equus, a male rises to rule only once in every seven hundred years. By tradition he is raised in complete anonymity, with no inkling that it is his fate to govern with absolute authority over Equus and her affined worlds.

This book chronicles the first months in power of the grieving widower and devoted Creppia Nonage teacher who rises to become the Thirteenth Dragonhorse – learning to love, and to kill – as the most powerful single entity in the Seventh Galactic Alliance.

Learn more about this world in our introduction section.

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