Books by D. Wallace Peach

The Dragon Soul Quartet

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In the distant mountains of the Mirror, exiled skyriders fly dragons in the old Way, merged in flesh, blood, and bone. Twenty years past, they fought for the freedom of the valley’s dragons…and lost.

Thus begins the epic four-book adventure that stretches from the quaint village of Taran Leigh and the mountains of the Mirror to the Anghard Archipelago in the western sea. Welcome to a world where wealth and power rule, fear is the weapon of choice, and cruelty is the cost of a pocket of gold. It’s a world that forces a choice—indifference, complicity, or defiance.

The dragons of land and sea, souls of grace and beauty, hang in the balance. Will they descend into the howling violence of terror and pain inflicted upon them by their tormentors? Or will they fly free, the creatures they were born to be? With each book, the stakes rise and far more than the dragons’ soul lies at risk.

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Myths of the Mirror – Book 1 of the Dragon Soul Quartet

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In the mountains of the Mirror, exiled skyriders fly dragons in the old Way, merged in flesh, blood, and bone. They fought for the freedom of the valley’s dragons…and lost. Now, imprisoned in the stone lair, the captive dragons beat webbed wings and thrash serpentine tails. The creatures howl, tormented, their fury matched only by their despair.

Treasa, the daughter of exiles, seeks the secrets of a shattered past and a father she never knew. She dreams with the lair’s dragons, torn by visions of unbound flight and a desperate longing to be free. The lair’s riders sense the dragons’ increasing savagery. Yet, Conall longs to grasp their power, subdue them, and soar. With a heart encased in iron, he will master the weapons of compliance—at the cost of the woman he loves.

Then, a curved talon rends flesh and dragon scale, rattling against white ribs. Blood falls like rain and alliances shift. The battle for the dragon’s soul begins again.

Read as a stand-alone or as the first in the series.

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Eye of Fire (Book 2)

The black-barred cells groan open and webbed wings sweep the sky. The dragons fly free of their bonds, as do the ruthless men who enslaved them.

Armed with fresh power, Earlin leads her village in search of a new myth. Not all forgive their ruin at her hands, and fires blaze in retribution. Driven by flames from the Mirror, Conall and the skyriders descend on Taran Leigh, complicating Earlin’s life. Malice flows with the governors as they escape down the silver river to the sea.

Across the sea, new forces are at play. A master of fear, Phelan plots, skimmers raid ports, and the wealthy hoard. Morgen, captain of the Seabourne, sails the archipelago without a care until visitors from the Mirror dare him to see. No longer can he ignore the desperately poor, the hunting of dragons, and the political manipulations that threaten his home. Yet, he cannot save the islands alone. (Order Here)

 

Cover Blind - low resEye of Blind (Book 3)

The epic tale continues as a foretelling of fire rises in the night. Tragedy strikes in Taran Leigh, flames forever changing the landscape of the village and the hearts of its inhabitants.

In the islands of the archipelago, the hunter clans of Loughran wage an escalating war with the reclusive Endellion, protectors of the dragons. Only when the Guild, under Phelan’s sway, pays in gold for unrestrained death, does an unexpected alliance form that will alter both sides.

Morgen’s vow to transform the face of the islands leads him to seek the Endellion and discover a new vision of life in Belonging. As swiftly as a storm abrades the sea, the threads of his dream unravel. Skimmers seize their prize, exposing his deception. The Guild retaliates, all Morgen holds dear thrust into peril—his ships and wealth, his freedom, the lives of those he loves, and his own survival. (Order Here)

 

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Eye of Sun (Book 4)

Provoked by Kearney and his hunters, Phelan hires warriors from across the outland sea. His mercenaries descend on the archipelago, brandishing fear as they execute the vision of their masters. The Guild strikes without remorse, sparing no one, Morgen least of all. Imprisoned once again, he awaits his death.

In the mountains of the Mirror, dragons return with the spring, impaled by arrows, webbed wings torn. Bound to the dragons and the Belonging they embody, Conall flies for the islands. Left behind in Taran Leigh, Treasa dreams of his death, her visions as certain as the change of moons.

In this epic conclusion, forces from both sides of the sea converge on the Arran Archipelago for a final reckoning. Skyriders of Taran Leigh and the Mirror join with the hunters of Loughran, Endellion archers, and daring skimmers for a last stand. The trap is set and not all will survive. (Order Here)

 

The Melding of Aeris

TMOA EBOOKGenerations ago, the realms fell to fire. The Burn–the only means of destroying a lush land so manipulated by man that while its crops sated hunger, it poisoned the flesh. Now the wilderness slowly reseeds, hard lessons learned through starvation, displacement, and poverty. What remains for nature’s tinkerers? 

Pathway, the coveted distillation that enables the grafting of skin across species. The Sahls of the Sea Barrows meld spiral horns to their skulls, reptilian scale to their chests. They embed the razor teeth of sea beasts in the bones of their forearms and replace the flesh on their backs with the pelts of wolves. Women of wealth adorn their bodies with serpent skin as elegant as black lace, tufted tails, plumed feathers, and silken fur, their own skin cast off, no longer desirable.

Then they bear children … creatures like Aeris, a man who longs to be human. He will discover there is only one way to acquire human skin.

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 Sunwielder

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In a land on the brink of war, Gryff Worden finds his life slaughtered in the farmyard. Mortally wounded he stumbles upon a timekeeper, a woman who tracks the infinite paths of each life. She offers him a sunwield, a medallion that returns him to the critical choices that altered his life’s journey.

Now his life remakes itself through the sunwield, returning him repeatedly to moments of decision and death, his old life gone, the purpose of the medallion around his neck forgotten. As he uncovers the power of the sunwield, new choices lead him on an epic journey through war, death, friendship, life, and love.

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The Bone Wall

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Blue light ripples and crackles as the shield walls fracture. The remnants of a doomed civilization stand vigil outside, intent on plunder and slaves, desirous of untainted blood to strengthen their broken lives. With the poisons, came deformities and powers, enhanced senses and the ability to manipulate waves of energy—lightbenders and fire-wielders.

For those who thrived for generations within the walls, the broken world looms, strange and deadly, slowly dying. While the righteous pray for salvation, Rimma prepares for battle, fueled by rage and blinded by vengeance. Her twin, Angel, bound to her by unbreakable magic, seeks light in the darkness, hope in the future, and love in a broken world.

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 The Sorcerer’s Garden

51G+fs9eWtL._UY250_Recently fired and residing with her sweetly overbearing mother, Madlyn needs a job—bad. In a moment of desperation, she accepts a part-time position reading at the bedside of adventurer and amateur writer Cody Lofton. A near-drowning accident left the young man in a vegetative state, and his chances of recovery wane with each passing day.

Cody’s older brother, Dustin, and eccentric grandmother aren’t prepared to give up on the youngest son of Portland, Oregon’s royalty.

Dustin’s a personable guy, bordering on naïve, and overwhelmed by familial corporate duties and cutthroat partners. Grandmother Lillian’s a meddler with an eye for the esoteric, dabbling in Dustin’s life and dealing out wisdom like a card shark. One innocent conversation at a time, she sucks Madlyn into the Lofton story, dubbing her the princess and bestowing on her the responsibility of both grandsons’ destinies.

And all Madlyn wanted was a simple reading job.

Uninspired by her self-imposed stack of literary selections, Madlyn opts for Cody’s work-in-progress. Fantasy isn’t her favorite, but with only four chapters completed, reading The Sorcerer’s Garden should be no sweat, right?

Little does she realize, the story will begin writing itself and, by the hand of destiny, become her own.

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25 thoughts on “Books by D. Wallace Peach

  1. cepcarol says:

    All your books above are now displayed on my bookshelf. I’ve started reading ‘The Melding of Aeris’ and I am already caught in that fantasy world. My cousin helped me out as I don’t have a credit card (by choice). I actually waited for it to arrive in Malaysia but no such luck. I am lucky as these are to be my Christmas and Birthday gifts and the best part I get to read them before Christmas.

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    • Thank you so much for the wonderful support and kindness. I’m honored and hope my books bring hours of enjoyment. They’re all a little different so I’m curious to hear what you think. I really can’t thank you enough for your thoughtfulness. Happy Reading, my friend. ❤

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  2. jademwong says:

    More books to add to my list! Will one ever finish their Reading List, that is the question lol

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  3. I am having the BEST TIME reading The Sorcerer’s Garden. I don’t normally read fantasy. This one is so accessible to me, probably because it is grounded in the ‘real’ world as it then rolls into the ‘other’ world. I’ll review it on Amazon when I’m finished. Thanks for entertaining me so thoroughly!

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  4. Hi D,
    I’m not sure if you know this or now but, I also happen to be a book blogger. So, if you’re looking for a review for your book(s) then please feel free to contact me. I review books at my book blog: The Reading Bud – http://www.thereadingbud.com
    I thought I’ll just let you know in case if you need any help with the reviews 🙂
    Hope you’re having a great day!

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  5. reocochran says:

    I am in awe of yhe gorgeous covers and already know your choices of words were painstakingly well written. You have exquisite writing ability and appreciate your visits to my humble blog. Thank you, Diane. I hope the library committee will purchase dome or all of your books. Smiles, Robin

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  6. I just bought “The Bone Wall,” it looks like an awesome read 🙂

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  7. cindy knoke says:

    What an impressive body of work!

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  8. Thanks for following the blog and lovely to be connected there.. If you would like to feature one of the books in the Five Star Treatment just let me know which one and I will do the rest.. best wishes Sally

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  9. Pun'kin says:

    As a “young” (but not young) writer, I came to this website wondering why, when I have never been in a violent environment, my writing was often violent. Much of it takes place in, or is affected by, WW1, so that is self-explanatory to a point. However, much of my novel takes place far from the war, and thus I was concerned. This was most helpful, and I thank you for sharing your soul, not just your books.

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    • Thank you for stopping by. I have many of the same questions as you. Why are my books violent when this hasn’t been a persistent factor in my life. Yet we live in a world surrounding by violence. We can’t help but be affected, wonder about the human tendency toward aggression, and what our responsibility is in standing up to it. I wish you luck with your book and hope the telling of your tale was a worthwhile experience, literally and personally. Blessings.

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  10. lopu123 says:

    Such an impressive literary repertoire you have!

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