The Strange Ways of Dragons by Lee Conway Arthur
The Strange Ways of Dragons takes the reader on an whirlwind journey into the cryptic, labyrinthine mindscape of the great winged serpent. Through the compelling poetic storytelling of Arthur Lee Conway, a riveting allegorical tale is revealed, one where dragons are both fire-breathing and antics-stirring in equal measure. Their sense of sight is far grander than that of an eagle's, their sense of hearing is more potent than an elephant's, and their greed is ever-ravenous. It is also crucial (and possibly life-saving) to never judge a dragon by its scaly cover because no matter their striking hue or level of heartwarming charm, madness resides beneath.
Book Length: Novella - 60-150 Pages