EYE OF THE SLEEPING DRAGON by Michael Schaible is Available Now

FALLS CITY, Neb., Dec. 27, 2013 /PRNewswire/ What would she do when a seemingly fantastical tale that used to be narrated by her grandfather turns out to be something real? Readers are about to embark on an adventurous journey that's packed with a series of actions, adventures, fantasy, and so much more in author Michael Charles Schaible's engaging novel. There's so much to be unraveled as the characters meet the Eye of the Sleeping Dragon.

In these pages, readers will meet Bay Wang. She kept turning down unwanted suitors that bargained for her marriage. One day, a poor gentleman named Hong broke into Bay's father's farm to borrow a rooster but her father accused him of stealing. To save his hand, Hong agreed to enter a bargain with the rich farmer.

With Bay and a servant named Chi, Hong took the search for a magical stone called The Eye of the Sleeping Dragon. However, the truth is the stone was only a part of a fable Bay's grandfather used to tell the rich farmer. Now, Hong is in a predicament: he had to either bring home The Eye or prove that the stone was unreal.

An unwanted task in the beginning turned out to be a good adventure with fantastic creatures and the wonders of the mountain. This is an amazing adventure that leads to a happy, fruitful ending.

This book is available online and can be purchased at www.amazon.com and www.barnesandnoble.com.

About the Author
Michael Charles Schaible is a Nebraska-born poet, writer, and former welder. He has been married to his wife, Valerie, for twenty-two years; they have one son together. Other than writing, he is also interested in arts and in science.

Eye of the Sleeping Dragon
by Michael Schaible
Publication Date: January 24, 2013
Paperback: $11.70; 94 pages; ISBN 978-1434918321

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