Call Of The Dragon

Call Of The Dragon

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by Karen Elizabeth Brown
     
 

A young man is chosen by a magnificent dragon to become a dragon rider with the mission to save the kingdom of Mar. But the task has difficulties, because the prince of Mar has been kidnapped and replaced with a look-a-like. An evil mage is bent on making sure the prince disappears forever so he can rule Mar. Can all be restored and the evil mage deposed?

Overview

A young man is chosen by a magnificent dragon to become a dragon rider with the mission to save the kingdom of Mar. But the task has difficulties, because the prince of Mar has been kidnapped and replaced with a look-a-like. An evil mage is bent on making sure the prince disappears forever so he can rule Mar. Can all be restored and the evil mage deposed? It’s up to one young man and his dragon to restore peace and order in the kingdom. Along the way he meets some interesting characters who help with his quest and become his lasting friends. Will he succeed? Can he create a riddle hard enough to stump an angry faerie that has his dragon chained in magic bonds?

Product Details

ISBN-13:
2940045449014
Publisher:
Karen Elizabeth Brown
Publication date:
11/14/2013
Series:
Dragons of Mar , #1
Sold by:
Smashwords
Format:
NOOK Book
Sales rank:
269,527
File size:
329 KB

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Meet the Author

Born in Southern California, I migrated to Southern Oregon in 1974 and have enjoyed living among the trees and mountains since then.
My passion for writing was on hold until a few years ago, when my daughter bought me a computer. It was after this that I transferred my stories down from the scratchings on paper to a sensible form.

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Call Of The Dragon 3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
It is a good book
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
It was a kind of boaring book and the author didn't know enough about the times he was writing about. It didn't have a very good ending either. It didn't keep me interested enough to make me want to read the second book. Just a waste of reading time. But if want to read a good book on the same subject then I suggest, Eragon,