Book: The Dragon Documentaries by J.D. Camachocategories: Book, Literary Fantasy, Family Saga, Contemporary Fantasy, Dragons, Metaphysical, Fantasy Journey, Family Literary Fantasy, Wilderness, Fantasy
J.D. Camachoabout this book: He died living among the dragons. But will his tapes ever share the truth?
Elmo Scrubb didn't make it. The only record of his survival adventure amidst dragons and other dangers is a series of recordings he left behind. When a reporter gets his hands on Elmo's records, he'll stop at nothing to find out what really happened out in the wilderness.
The reporter interviews the adventurer's parents and sister, discovering exactly how a family can disintegrate, before and after a catastrophe. As he listens to the account of Elmo's final weeks, the reporter wonders if anyone can truly know what happens at the unseen end of a person's life…
• "A mix of fantasy and psychology that takes a look at a man's childhood influences and how they affect him as an adult." — Susie D., Red Adept Editing
• "The Dragon Documentaries provides an intriguing contrast between journalism and journaling that will leave readers wondering in which the truth lies." — Kim H., Red Adept Editing
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