King's Dragon

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Product Details

Price
$22.00
Publisher
Daw Books
Publish Date
Pages
640
Dimensions
5.4 X 1.7 X 8.0 inches | 1.2 pounds
Language
English
Type
Paperback
EAN/UPC
9780756414139
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About the Author

Kate Elliott's credits include the Nebula finalist novel, King's Dragon, its sequels, Prince of Dogs, The Burning Stone, Child of Flame, and The Gathering Storm; her groundbreaking DAW science fiction series, The Novels of Jaran--Jaran, An Earthly Crown, His Conquering Sword, and The Law of Becoming; and her magnificent fantasy collaboration with Melanie Rawn and Jennifer Roberson, The Golden Key. She now lives in Hawaii with her husband, three children, and a dog. She can be found at kateelliott.com.

Reviews

Praise for King's Dragon

"In the Jaran series, Elliott proved herself good at setting up conflict on a grand scale.... Here she creates a complex fantasy world with intriguing parallels to European history, colorful characters, and plenty of action and magic." --Locus

"The saga's world is extremely well built, its pacing is brisk enough to keep the pages fluttering.... This certainly could become one of the best multivolume fantasies--fans, take note!" --Booklist

"[King's Dragon] proves an entirely captivating affair.... Elliott models her world from a thorough understanding of medieval European history, leavened with imaginative twists of perspective." --Publishers Weekly

"Three young protagonists will win teen interest in this multi-layered fantasy.... It will be loved by die-hard, dedicated fantasy fans who liked the lengthy Memory, Sorrow and Thorn trilogy by Tad Williams." --VOYA

"[King's Dragon] is the first book of what promises to be a gripping and enthralling fantasy epic.... Very promising." --The Directory

"A master storyteller, Ms. Elliott paints a vast panorama filled with striking characters and a mesmerizing storyline." --Romantic Times Magazine (now RT Reviews)