Two years ago, During my senior year of high school, My friend (Whom I will call Crimson for interweb purposes) and I started writing together in a class we shared. It was an elective so we had a lot of free "down" time. Crimson and I have since decided to turn it into a possible novel. I love the story and all, but I'm a little worried about it. It's in my nature. So I thought I would get some opinions on the current idea. _-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_ History! The third world war has come and gone. Leaving the world blanketed in ice and snow. A thousand years ago, dragon eggs were found in an underground cave. Now dragons are a common sight. As slaves. They are controlled by a man made chemical, horribly dubbed, dragons bane. The bane is added to chains, harnesses, even sometimes the creatures food all in attempt to keep them weak. A rebel group arose, bent on freeing the dragons. Plot! While it is probably obvious from the history, the story is mainly about the freedom of the dragons. The main characters, Damien, Raven and Diana. Begin in a slave trade camp. They are about to go to auction when the three break out of the camp. An easy enough task for two full blooded dragons who have not been on dragons bane all their lives. Damien and Raven are dragons, Damien happens to be extremely old and strangely immune to Dragons bane. Raven has lost most of her memories. She cant seem to remember anything past being captured and brought to the camp. Diana is a noble born woman who turned rebel. After escaping the camp they make their way, hunted all the while, to the rebel stronghold. I don't want to let to much else escape because it will give away the big awesome part of the story. But basically, they raise an army of dragons, humans and creatures called Greystones who are sick dragon experiments. Obviously they win the dragons freedom. The book will be entitled Ivory Rain due to the snow and how the world was actually covered in it. It had nothing to do with the world as humans believed. it was in fact the patron dragon who cast the world into winter. Ivory Rain refers to snow, which IS explained in the book But only by a legend. Hopefully most people will be clever enough to get it. _-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_ Any way. I'd really like some suggestions, comments, possibly even constructive criticism as long as its not offensive. (Basically done right. Which I know you guys are typically really nice) Questions I'd be happy to answer. But Im not going to give out any of the big surprises. If you want though, I will message you them, if you really want to know! I know that it depends on how its written and all that good stuff. Im really looking for...hmm.. Would you read it? Does the basic idea intrigue you? (and then of course, if so, suggestions, comments, concerns, bla bla bla XD) So shoot. And thanks for taking the time.