Peter Quinton

Dragons Eye Dyptych

There is gold at the end of some rainbows. And, sometimes, Dragons.


Dragons can still be found in the remote wilderness of Australia and New Zealand. In search of dragon gold, Jon drags his friends into a rift between worlds and an age-old war between spider-kin and dragon-kin.

Dragons live in the remote wilderness of Australia and New Zealand. A farmer in search of dragon gold unwittingly drags his friends into danger as rifts form between worlds, as an age-old war between spider-kin and dragon-kin reignites.

A dazzling breath of fresh air from a master Australian storyteller, Peter Quinton. He learned his storytelling skills around the campfires in the outback and has been entertaining millions on social media for the past few years with breathtaking stories of imagination. The Dragons Eye Dyptych is the first of his books to come to Amazon.

Each character is unique: aelfs, dragons, and humans. The story challenges preconceptions as it twists and turns: “You’re so damn good in playing our minds with this yarn” (Lucky Triana) “You tell amazing stories” (Laisa Gran) “Intense, Suspense, Superbly Written” (Ice Westside).

The story starts deep in the Talaganda wilderness…

You said, “The dragon must be asleep by now, go get the gold. I cannot wait any longer.”
I whispered back, “I am not so sure. I think its eyes are still a little open.”
You said, “You are completely safe. Quick, before the others come back.”
I replied, “It is ok for you. You are on the side of the world…”

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Originally from the outback deserts, I now live in the mountains above the Molonglo High Plains, near to the Australian alps. After a career in public law, I am taking a little time to reflect and regroup. Watching the world and telling stories.

I love old tales and wild places. A lifetime ago, I started writing about this in a book on game theory: Syntaxis. But lawyers don’t get much time to tell their own stories or pick their own paths. Instead, I was put to work building the constitution of a newly formed state and rewriting its civil law. In the course of this I joined a small group of people who, across the ages, have studied our most ancient laws, igniting a lifelong interest in the Danelaw and Norse history.

At works end, I used to count a republican form of government, a uniform law of defamation and effective financial management laws as personal achievements.

These days I hunt different experiences, writing books, lecturing on public policy and hunting waterfalls.

Ancora Tu (2016)
The Dragons Eye Diptych (2015-16)
Three Wishes (2015)
Looking for Spring (2015)
Catalyst (2015)
Syntaxis (1984)

In progress:
In Praise of Summer (2018)
The New Adventures of Vampire Girl (2018)
Wild Waterfalls of South East Australia (2018)

Cliff Side (2016)
Recipe Book: Catherine Victoria Edmonstone (food) (2015)
Chant Neoen (sound clip) (2015)
An Australian Wedding (2016)
The Kormak and Steingerd Cycle (collection) (2014)
The Long Tailor (collection) (2014)
Troublesomebooks (2014)
The Wolves of Ragnarök Cycle (fragments) (2006 -14)
Poetry (fragments) (2006-2014)

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