Song of the Ovulum

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Song of the Ovulum by Bryan Davis

Back Cover: It has been fifteen years since Billy and Bonnie Bannister helped repel the
demonic assault on Heaven. Now they and Ashley Foley sit in a maximum security
prison where the authorities conduct experiments on them to learn the secrets of
long life. Earlier, the world’s acceptance of dragonkind crumbled, and the
Enforcers took the infant twins born to Billy and Bonnie and stole Excalibur,
hoping to develop a weapon to battle the dragons that are sure to try to rescue
their allies. All the while, a great secret from the past is being revealed to
Bonnie through a dream. Joran and Selah, teenaged children of Methuselah, have
been trapped in a strange world for centuries, yet still able to manipulate
certain events in our world during that time.

Walter Foley finds the Bannisters’ son and hopes to use his dragon traits to help him rescue the
prisoners. In the meantime, an ancient demon locates the Bannisters’ daughter
and plans to use her to help him discover the hiding place of the most powerful
ovulum in the world and squelch its protective song. With that ovulum in his
possession, he will be able to conquer and control both Earth and Second

The fate of two worlds now rests on the Bannisters’ two teenagers
who must use their dragon traits and their innate courage to battle demons, a
sorceress, and soldiers in a military compound in order to rescue parents they
don’t even know.

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I was one of the pre-publication readers for this book. The book is a very good book. Bryan Davis has always shown us how great a writer he is through his books/writing.

December 11th, 2011 at 11:09 pm

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