Stealing a baby dragon is easier than you’d think. Especially if you’ve been put on community service at a drakonage, a shelter for stray dragons and close-to-hatching dragon eggs. Stealing the right dragon: that’s tricky, as Ezekiel shortly discovers.
Now, stuck with a hatchling he has no use for and no place to put, he must figure out a way out of this bind. It doesn’t help that a private security force shows up to investigate the theft, and the drakeling needs to eat. What do dragons eat, anyway? Liria, Ez’ childhood friend, would surely know. Too bad she’s across the galaxy on a faraway world and Ez’ only way to get to her is by somehow figuring out his dragon problem first.
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According to Bo, a great story must be so well imagined and told it shows us the truth that is hard to spot amongst the clutter of the real world. She attempts this time and again with varying success, throwing her favourite fantasy creatures and technological inventions into the mix for good measure.
She has been reading and writing furiously ever since she first learned to make sense of the squiggly lines on paper, and through thousands of German books she devoured in her childhood and English books savoured in her teens she has taught herself a lot about language, style, and two different grammar systems (three, if you count her native Swiss German).
Today, she writes in English, but even so she still draws inspiration from many of the German literary masters whose eloquence and stylistic brilliance first awed her.