Chi Myst'wing: The Adventure of a Mystic

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Chi Myst'wing: The Adventure of a Mystic

Chi Myst'wing: The Adventure of a Mystic

  • Author : Yuzhou Chen
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  • Genre : Young Adult Fiction
  • Publisher : Yuzhou Chen
  • Number of Pages : 323
  • Publish Date : 2020-02-01

Chi Myst’wing is a gentle redragon who is different from her savage and brutal tribe. When she saved her tribesman’s hunt, she is expelled from her tribe and separated from her mother. The moment she meets Nuwa, she discovers her true self and changes her physical form. Her life begins to change for better. In her journey to reunite with her mother, she meets new friends, challenges while exploring the hidden past of her long-death father and the land. She even learns about the hidden weapons of a legendary warrior. Would she be able to reunite with her mother and find out the real identity of her father’s killer? And who will own the warrior’s legendary weapons?

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