Chi – Rise of the Red Dragon by A.C. Quinn

A.C. Quinn
By A.C. Quinn September 16, 2012 23:01

Chi – Rise of the Red Dragon by A.C. Quinn

Summary:

The polar caps are melting, the oceans rise inches per day and the world is cooling. Dragons rising from deep within the earth’s crust are melting the caps to return the planet to how the dragons need it to be. Why we had not found them before was basic science; there were no skeletons to find just as the g iant predator the great white shark has none to find, and we simply never drilled or mined volcanic regions; even the fire was the just methane that every animal excretes, simply produced as ethanol like fermented corn, and the ignition nothing more than common bodily Potassium excreted from a gland in the mouth. There is no magic here as the world divides into those fighting to save mankind’s way of life, and those fighting with the dragons for the right to coexist. Imagine a world where those dragons were controlled mostly by children; a weapon 40 metres long, airborne, bulletproof and can turn a helicopter gunship to ash in a single breath. Under the influence of the now mature Red Dragon that emits pheromones like a queen ant, what is their plan for us? An adventure spanning 20 years and 37 books starting with The Rise of the Red Dragon. The Series Chi and the books were written for those who liked the Harry Potter style books along with those who like 2012 and Avatar. Whilst the world does come to an end as we know it, the opportunity to see what mankind had truly become exposing all our flaws as they really are, not how we justify them to each other. Harry Potter did not reach into our hearts because of magic, it did so because it gave us a dream of achieving greatness, of being special and of being appreciated for our efforts. In this series, the people are chosen as riders of the dragons from ten to eighteen years of age for the older dragons and forty and over for the younger dragons, each lending their experience to the younger of the pair, leaving the eighteen to forty year olds, the fittest of the ages, as ground warriors. Every component of the dragons is original, they are the first ever to have feather shaped scale wings in place of the traditional bat wings, each and every component is explained in simple science for children, not some science that may be possible or would only be understood by a science Major. No animal has an endless amount of urine, spit or poop, so too the dragons have to make the fuel just as we would make ethanol from food sources. They are not magically bullet proof; there is simple science for everything. Just like we would not find the skeleton of a great white shark even 100 years from now, so too the dragons are all cartilage, and the teeth and claws and scales of the same material as hoofs, as hard as nails but decay rapidly unlike bone. By the time you are finished reading the first book, you will believe in dragons.

According to the author, this book contains explanations of how to create weapons of destruction and racial epithets.

The author has rated this book PG-13 (questionable content for children under 13).

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