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The Dragon Creed

Postby ghostposts » Wed Nov 01, 2006 8:10 pm

eBook Category: Fantasy/Humor

eBook Description: "Susie Hawes has a light touch and comic sensibility! By the time I reached the end I wanted to start reading it over!" writes Zara Baxter of Andromeda Spaceways Inflight Magazine. You will discover what Zara Baxter was raving about when you read this first of a delightful quartet of very different dragon novels.

When you're the only dragon in a country where magic is illegal, what's a dragon gonna do? Fechum is an old dragon, lonely and crippled. Farquarte is his human apprentice. The society they live in is oppressive, over-regulating its citizens and suppressing its magical people. Farquarte decides the government needs an attitude change.

Take a disgruntled old reptile, a greedy human apprentice and an oppressive government. Add in an Elven love interest, a Park Ranger and a ghost with serious attitude problems. Toss in shape changing, spice liberally with magic and a little friendly patricide and you have the makings of a romp through mystical lands, or a revolution, whichever suits
your fancy. Join Farquarte and Fechum as they plan commerce and
insurrection. Meet a Cajun Elf and a dastardly mad scientist.
Explore the Dragon Creed as Farquarte, newly changed from Homo
Sapiens to Reptilians Dragonus, discovers what it means to be a huge fire-breathing reptile in a land that is decidedly not dragon friendly.

"Viva la Revolution!

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Cover art: Tabitha Brown and Phil Smith.


http://www.fictionwise.com/Z169193HA523/eBooks/eBook41486.htmThe Dragon Creed, available at fictionwise.com
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Postby Mlou » Fri Nov 03, 2006 2:31 pm

Sounds like a fun read, ghostie! :)
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Postby TheMudge » Fri Nov 03, 2006 3:38 pm

OK, I may just have to get this one . . .
"Throughout history, Truth and Love have always won." - M. Ghandi

"Truth and Love often get the crap kicked out of them along the way." -D. Mudge

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Postby ghostposts » Fri Nov 17, 2006 12:31 pm

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