Greetings, Children of Dragon! This is my first newsletter to you, my readers. To those of you who have bought a copy (or read somebody else’s copy 🤫) of Dragon’s Heir: The Efilu Legacy, may I offer my heartfelt thanks.
First of all, this is a chewy novel. If you were expecting Dinotopia or Jurassic Park, you’re going to be surprised, but I bet you WON’T be disappointed. Dragon’s Heir takes us to another world and to a people who have never had any contact with the human race, but they represent a disturbing reflection of the best and the worst of humanity.
For millions of years, the Keepers have delicately guided mankind to mimic Efilu development in preparation for their eventual admission to the Efilu greater society. Big gamble, if the Efilu detect any evidence of Si Tyen (Dragon) tampering in the evolution of humanity, the Efilu will obliterate the abomination of mankind and every mammal on earth with extreme prejudice. What happens once can happen again… or before.
Allusions to Earth’s prehistory, technology, and the nomenclature of the species of peoples evolved from dinosaurs that collectively call themselves the Efilu are contained in the 10-page glossary labeled the Abridged Jing Pen Translator. The obvious implication being that there must somewhere or some when be an Unabridged Jing Pen translator to help the human race understand the greater society it is destined to join or die trying.
The two main characters Vit Na and Tur appear above as rendered by Georgia’s own, Toni Taylor.
The seven or so other Efilu characters are currently in development for graphic novel image reference.