Tomorrow: An Excerpt from HellMaw 2: Dragon Dreams by Chris A. Jackson

The next volume in The Ed Greenwood Group Project – HELLMAW 2: DRAGON DREAMS – is to be released on November 30th.

Tomorrow we bring you an excerpt to help get the juices flowing.  Here’s a sneak peek at the cover art:


And the teaser blurb:

The result of an ancient attempt to save Earth from a plague of demons slumbers in the Harvard Museum of Comparative Zoology repository.

The attempt failed.  Demons walk the streets wearing the faces of humans, feeding on the life essences, and sometimes of the flesh, of their unknowing prey.

Aleksi, a young paleontology graduate student seeking only solitude and study, finds the long-forgotten specimen, and the ancient experiment begins anew. Dreams of dragons plague her sleep, and greedy eyes watch her discovery, lusting for the power she has unwittingly awoken. 

Can she contain the dragon within her, or will she succumb to the irrepressible temptation to feed?

Find out (maybe) tomorrow!

Hellmaw: Dragon Dreams goes on sale on November 30th and can be pre-ordered here.

Visit the Edverse and learn more about TEGG, The Ed Greenwood Group.

You can also visit Ed Greenwood’s Facebookpage here.

An excerpt from the first volume:  Hellmaw: Your World is Doomed, can be read here.  (Note:  You must be a registered user or subscriber to read the TEGG excerpts, and you must be logged in to gain access.  To register, click on the registration tab.  All we need is your username and email address.)

We’ll have more three-chapter excerpts coming at you from TEGG on a regular basis.

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