Dragonfang

Dragonfang The long awaited sequel to Dragonlinks Five pentagram gemsTwo people want themOnly one can have them Anyone who has read Dragonlinks will recognise Paul Collins as a writer who truly understands the p

  • Title: Dragonfang
  • Author: Paul Collins
  • ISBN: 9780143003090
  • Page: 493
  • Format: Paperback
  • The long awaited sequel to Dragonlinks.Five pentagram gemsTwo people want themOnly one can have them Anyone who has read Dragonlinks will recognise Paul Collins as a writer who truly understands the power of high fantasy It is the power to tease the imagination with worlds so exotic, yet so seemingly familiar, that we allow ourselves to recognise within them the best andThe long awaited sequel to Dragonlinks.Five pentagram gemsTwo people want themOnly one can have them Anyone who has read Dragonlinks will recognise Paul Collins as a writer who truly understands the power of high fantasy It is the power to tease the imagination with worlds so exotic, yet so seemingly familiar, that we allow ourselves to recognise within them the best and worst that we can be From the opening battle with the deadmoon warriors to the final confrontation with the Preceptor s fearsome legions, through the wonders and dangers of paraworlds, the Countess Jelindel, scholar, Adept and fighter, must call upon all her power, intelligence and courage and trust in the loyalty of friends to restore balance Share the journey on the Dragonfang The ride is exhilarating Brian Caswell

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    • TheCosyDragon says:

      This review has been crossposted from my blog at The Cosy Dragon . Please head there for more in-depth reviews by me, which appear on a timely schedule.There are five pentagram gems on offer, bringing with them the promise of easily accessing distant worlds - whether that's to bring back armies or missing companions. Jelindel stars again, but Daretor and Zimak have a role to play in the places they find themselves.I have similar things to say about this one to the first in the series. Jelindel i [...]

    • Lynda says:

      In Book 2, 'Dragonfang', Jelindel’s epic quest and the growth of her powers continue. Though only 16 years old and still stricken by the massacre of her family, she continues to outwit mages and the plotting of the Preceptor and his ally Fa’red. Through his evil domination, the Preceptor has now become the King of Kings, and pursues his quest is to kill Jelindel/Jaelin. He must gain ultimate power over all worlds by finding the chainmail shirt that Jelindel believes she has destroyed. Jelind [...]

    • Erin says:

      This is one of the most incredible books I have read. It is a perfect continuation of 'Dragonlinks' that will keep all readers entertained. Paul Collins mixes in the perfect amount of loyalty, honour, bravery, mystery, suspense, and romance to leave you wanting more. I thought after reading 'Dragonlinks' that there was no way he could come close to replicating such a fantastically written book but I was wrong. This book is equally incredible and the twists and turns that Paul Collins came up wit [...]

    • Michelle Taylor says:

      Here marks the return of Countess Jelindel as she is still in danger. At one point she believed herself to be safe and able to just simply live her life when once again she and the people around her are attacked. Again, she fleesWithin this sequal we watch our dear countess continue to grow and struggle to understaned her own person feelings and those for others.

    • Zachary Jones says:

      When I was 12, I attempted reading this book, and I was unable to finish it. I created a username (Dragonfang93) to remind myself to read it again. In 2013 (when I was 19), I tried again and loved it! Quite the nice tale of porting between worlds and battling your enemies to keep peace!

    • Maria Teresa says:

      A história desenrola-se bem. Direi que é uma boa história juvenil. O autor é que de vez em quando parece cansado do universo de fantasia e "descamba" para a ficção científica É nesse aspecto surpreendente e "baixa o nível" de interesse.

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