Chapter Nineteen

Sir Feist-Orsa’s face had turned red with indignation and his mouth worked in rage. Lord Pelles was frantically trying to right his wig which now covered the whole of his face. I wondered why no-one ran to help him and noticed that the ant men were all sitting there aghast, staring rigidly at the dragon.
“To speak of an honest tradesman as an ignorant goatherd is to belittle the people who actually do the necessary work in these lands. So what if he is a goatherd? At least he has an honest profession whereas you abuse your position and bring to trial those who have done nothing wrong!”
Sir Feist-Orsa looked as though he was going to explode with anger but the fear in his eyes was plain to see. And I have to admit even I felt a little anxious. An angry dragon, even an angry Good Dragon is alarming.
This is an excerpt from my novel Dragonscale Leggings
You can read an excerpt from Chapter Nine at a previous Wednesday Words blog.
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© Freya Pickard 2015
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