Dragon's Son

Dragon's Son

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by Elaine Corvidae
     
 
As the armies of Argannon sweep south across the Kellsmarch, Jenel's forces frantically organize to stop them. Caught in between are the common people of Jenel, driven from their homes by the horrors of war.

After their harrowing escape from Segg, Suchen, Auglar, and their companions find themselves lost in the midst of anonymous masses of refugees. Devoid of hope,

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As the armies of Argannon sweep south across the Kellsmarch, Jenel's forces frantically organize to stop them. Caught in between are the common people of Jenel, driven from their homes by the horrors of war.

After their harrowing escape from Segg, Suchen, Auglar, and their companions find themselves lost in the midst of anonymous masses of refugees. Devoid of hope, they want only to return to Kellsjard and lick their wounds. But the journey is long, and the dangers many.

Lost to his friends, Yozerf must also make his way back to Kellsjard, his only companion an eight-year-old human girl. But as conditions continue to deteriorate, he soon finds himself at the head of an army of refugees-men, women, and children, human, Aclyte, and Wolfkin. And as opposing armies converge on them, the fate of the kingdom itself may lie in his hands....

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ISBN-13:
9781594260612
Publisher:
Mundania Press
Publication date:
11/18/2004
Pages:
236
Product dimensions:
6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.54(d)

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harstan More than 1 year ago
During the chaos of the battle of Segg, dying half-breed Yozert Jonaglir (offspring of a dragon fire sorcerer Aclytese and Wolfkin shapeshifter) is near death with no hope of anyone saving his life. However, a female orphan Owl finds Yozert in his wolf form and saves his life. They become very close like a father with a beloved daughter, and exchange blood................ They journey in hopes of finding a haven from the brutal war as neither the forces of the merciless King Fellrant of Jenel and the just as cold-blooded Emperor Jahcgroth of Argannese care what happens to civilians. Yozert and Owl attract other wannabe survivors amongst human, Aclytese and Wolfkin desperate for respite from the horrors of war. Yozert leads his troupe to Vorslava where they take over the city. Soon word spreads of a haven for refugees. Yozerf's mate and his mother arrive to find him in charge preparing his followers for a rough cold winter and an even tougher spring when the magical armies of King Fellrant and Emperor Jahcgroth will attack this peaceful insurrection...................... The above paragraphs barely make a dent into describing the adventures of the hero and his troupe who fight every inch of the way to the city, to take the city, and to rule the city. Fans will believe in the existence of the differing sentient species that have been at war for generations, but to survive the vicious royal armies must merge. Though this epic fantasy can stand alone the audience will better appreciate and understand the key players by reading the first two novels in the delightful Lord of Wind and Fire series (see WOLFKIN and THE CROW QUEEN the trio is worth the time and money............... Harriet Klausner
Guest More than 1 year ago
The story begins a few weeks after the fall of Segg. Yozert Jonaglir is half Aclytese (an ancient race of dragon fire sorcerers) and Half Wolfkin (a race that can shift to wolf form). He has been separated from his group during the Segg battle. Still in wolf form, Yozerf is all but dead when a small, human, orphan girl finds him. Once well enough, Yozerf returns to man form. The girl, Owl, and Yozerf have become close. In a ceremony (Yozert makes up), the two use a few drops of their blood to adopt each other. Yozerf has no idea that his blood would affect his new daughter in special ways. As father and daughter, the two begin traveling in hopes of finding a city to take shelter from the ongoing war between the cruel King Fellrant of Jenel and the equally ruthless Emperor Jahcgroth of the Argannese. No matter which side ultimately wins the war, all the people lose. ............................................ During the travel of the duo, Yozerf rescues some human refugees, then some Aclyte refugees, followed by Wolfkin refugees, and so on. The three races have never gotten along. But for survival they did so, banding together to help each other (though reluctantly at first) with Yozerf as their unspoken leader. Leader is NOT what Yozerf wishes for. However, it is a role he takes seriously. With Winter coming, they needed shelter for the group of over one hundred. Yozerf sets his sights on Vorslava. ........................................... Suchen Keblava is Yozerf's human mate. She is part of the group he has been separated from. Yozerf's mother, Londah, is with her. The entire group believes him dead. They are now homeless refugees with both war leaders out for their heads. Word is spreading about the new bandit lord ruling Vorslava who is taking in all refugees. They arrive to find Yozerf is ruling several hundred people of all races. ............................................ The group must survive the Winter, keep peace within their walls, as well as prepare for Spring. Because when Spring arrives, the small warrior groups within Vorslava and their rag tag kingdom of refugees will have to battle King Fellrant and Emperor Jahcgroth's magical armies. .......................................... ***** I could not shorten that synopsis and still explain the plot. Yet I have given nothing vital away. The duo's journey to Vorslava is littered with battles and hardships. Do not assume Vorslava was empty of soldiers upon their arrival either. Even when everyone is together, keeping peace between races with several generations of war between them is not a breeze to do. ........................................... Author Elaine Corvidae is somehow able to pull it all off without ripping all her hair out by its roots. This is the last of the trilogy. The first book is 'Wolfkin' (ISBN # 1594260540). The second book is 'The Crow Queen' (ISBN # 1594260575). Both the previous titles must be read in order for you to full understand the characters (good and bad), their histories, their triumphs, and their defeats. Otherwise, this single book will make sense to you, but you will find yourself wondering to what they are referring to very often. Each book is excellent. Fans of Anne McCaffrey will especially enjoy this trilogy. Elaine Corvidae is a Mistress of Fantasy! *****