Introducing Dragonwitch

Dragonwitch by Anne Elisabeth Stengl


Fairytale fantasy

Tales of Goldstone Wood series (Book 5)

Submissive to her father’s will, Lady Leta of Aiven travels far to meet a prospective husband she neither knows nor loves–Lord Alistair, future king of the North Country.

But within the walls of Gaheris Castle, all is not right. Vicious night terrors plague Lord Alistair to the brink of insanity. Whispers rise from the family crypt. The reclusive castle Chronicler, Leta’s tutor and friend, possesses a secret so dangerous it could cost his life and topple the North Country into civil war.

And far away in a hidden kingdom, a fire burns atop the Temple of the Sacred Flame. Acolytes and priestesses serve their goddess to the limits of their lives and deaths. No one is safe while the Dragonwitch searches for the sword that slew her twice. . .and for the one person who can wield it.

What others are saying
“If you are looking for a new fantasy series, look no further. “Dragonwitch” by Anne Elisabeth Stengl is book 5 in the Tales of Goldstone Wood series, and is probably one of the most interesting Christian fantasy books I have read. There is much depth to it.” -Ashley Osborn at Loving Mommahood

“I loved the characters in this book, almost more than the other books in this series. (Alistair, Imraldera, Eanrin and Mouse, were my favorites). Ever since reading about the Dragonwitch in Moonblood (and later Starflower) I wanted to know her story in toto. Dragonwitch answered all my questions – artfully. Eanrin, whose wit I though had surely reached a max, was better than ever.” -Bree at God’s Little Designer

Learn more

Obtain a copy
Barnes and Noble

Request a copy at a local bookstore or ask your library to order a copy. (ISBN: 0764210270)

Other formats
eBook (Christianbook)


About Rebecca LuElla Miller

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