(All Ages. 1,016 Pages; EPIC FANTASY)

‘The Legends of Erodore Omnibus Volume One’ is a collection of three novels combined in one. Now is your chance to experience the stories that introduced the worlds of Erodore and Jennai, the high-flying Towroth, and the man of faith Noah Budaee!

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The Novels included are listed below:




(All Ages; 627 Pages; EPIC FANTASY)

After the last mages sacrificed themselves long ago to end a war against the Queen of Dragons and her hatchlings, Erodore became a land free of both dragons and magic. Thus it has remained for nearly fifty years–or so the people believed. But nothing can halt the winds of change. When the Queen of Dragons was imprisoned within the heart of a volcano, it was a measure that could not last forever. Eventually, she would find a way to free herself. The leaders of Erodore could only hope to find a way of defeating her before such a time arrived. For fifty years, the prophets and the leaders of Erodore search for any means of victory against the Queen of Dragons, even as the people grew complacent in a time of peace.

As the only surviving descendants of Towroth Mages, Fera and Teynor Oneheart live a simple life in the Whispering Peaks of Milanadore-until the fateful night when the Queen of Dragons returns with an army of black dragons to destroy Milanadore. The survivors, made refugees, flee for their lives. Among them, Teynor and Fera find themselves at odds a prophecy that puts the weight of saving the people of Erodore on their shoulders

They are not heroes. They are barely more than children living in a world that needs magic to survive. And as the kingdoms struggle against the new dragon threat, these two young people play a key role on an expedition to find the Magic of the Lost Kings…and the world will be changed forever.

Available in Print, Large Print and E-Book formats, exclusively on AMAZON.

Note From the Author
This book introduces the Legends of Erodore. Although it would not be considered ‘Christian’, it is very clean and does nothing to compromise my Christian beliefs. The story is over 130,ooo words, which is huge.

Below are some quotes from people who have read the book:

I read this in a gale of pages and enjoyed the rapid pace.. It was fun to read and I wanted to finish the next in the same way.5 Stars

“A Storm of Dragons was an amazing read! As a Christian, I find it hard to find good, clean fiction with no swearing and still get a truly enjoyable story. This book did all of that! I loved Roam the Gnome. I loved Teynor. Honestly, I pretty much loved every character in the book, including the Queen of Dragons!” 5 Stars

I liked this book, it had a good fantasy sort line without being just a battle strategy book. I think younger readers would find it entertaining.” 4 Stars

An interesting an enthralling story, somewhere between JRR Tolkein and Anne McCaffrey. The characters fill the story with intrigue and emotion, and there is plenty of action... it is very readable and enjoyable.4 Stars


(All Ages. Follows ‘A Storm of Dragons’; Full-length novel of 274 Pages; EPIC FANTASY)

In the days following an unusually severe storm, during which his sailboat sank, Noah Budaee washes up on the shores of a tiny seaport town, only to find he has left Earth behind and entered the world of Jennai, a land filled with magical creatures and ruled over by the Greek gods of myth.

Stranded on a world whose existence goes against everything he believes, Noah finds himself hunted by the gods, battling bizarre monsters, and making the most unlikely of friends as he tries to find his way back home.

Full-length novel available in Print, Large Print and E-Book formats, exclusively on AMAZON.

Note From the Author
This book draws heavily from the Christian novella series I wrote years ago (The Twice Born King). I combined all of the volumes and did a complete rewrite of the entire story, and tied it into the Legends of Erodore continuity (sort of). The result is an book with new characters and new twists. Noah is a Christian Missionary. There are angels. There are demons. There are miracles. Everyone should find this book an enjoyable read, including Christians.

Below are some of the things that readers of The Wiles of Devils have said:

“I’m not a Christian, and so I was hesitant to read this book, but after reading A Storm of Dragons, I needed more! I’m so glad I took the time to read this! I did not find it preachy at all. Everything flows. There is excitement, intrigue and great characterizations.” 5 Stars

“This is the second book written by Peter Dutcher that I have read, the first was A Storm of Dragons and I loved it. That book was clean, and as a Christian, I prefer good fantasy stories with no cussing and no sex. I expected this book to be tied directly to the other…but it wasn’t, not directly. In fact, none of the characters from A Storm of Dragons are in this book! That’s okay though, because it introduced me to new characters to fall in love with, and the end of the story ties both books together in a nice little bow! I would highly recommend this book to anyone, any age, any belief.” 5 Stars

I enjoyed this story so much that I read it in one night!” 5 Stars

I was introduced to Peter Dutcher’s books with A Storm of Dragons, and I can honestly say The Wiles of Devils was a transformative experience. I’m hooked on this author!” 5 Stars


(All Ages. Follows ‘A Storm of Dragons’; Novella of 115 Pages; Junior Fantasy Fiction)

Leaping out of the pages of the epic fantasy novel A STORM OF DRAGONS, the popular character Roam “the Gnome” Skylorne gets his first solo adventure in this story written for both children and adults!

Where did Dazzle the Gully Gnome come from?

Before Roam can find out, she has come and gone, but not without stealing his magical bracelet. Now he has to find her and get the bracelet back before Dazzle uses its magic to wreak havoc throughout Erodore! Can Roam overcome many obstacle to win out the day, or will he become a smelly ogre’s dinner?

Available in Print, Large Print and E-Book formats, exclusively on AMAZON.

Note From the Author
This novella continues the Legends of Erodore by following the very popular Roam ‘the Gnome’ Skylorne on his first adventure. Although it would not be considered ‘Christian’, it is very clean and does nothing to compromise my Christian beliefs.It’s a short book, and it is entirely suitable for children to read. It also directly follows A Storm of Dragons in terms of continuity, so you will want to read this before reading book two of the Legends of Erodore series ‘Spirits of Darkness’ (coming soon).

Below are some quotes from people who have read the book:

I love all the Legends books by Peter Dutcher! They are well written and a delight to read. My only complaint is that the series is so new I ran out of books to read! Ah well, I will try to wait for the next installment…5 Stars

My father was an avid reader of sci-fi and fantasy, and this book has started me on the same path. A delightful, fun story about Roam the Gnome, a young gnome who seems both innocent and mischievous, but discovers his one true love and meets many wonderful, quirky people along the way. I’m only 15, well, almost 15, and because of this book I also read the much longer book A Storm of Dragons. I can tell dad I have a favorite writer now!” 5 Stars

“I love Dazzle the Gnome! My kind of gal!!!!” 4 Stars