Leviathanby James Byron Huggins
Conner felt an eerie sensation as he studied the image on the ancient Viking ax: a great, fiery dragon with wings as wide as the universe, viciously locked in battle with a heroic, winged figure that grimly held the dragon's hideous head, struggling breath to breath. "Every man must face the dragon once in his life," Thor told him. "It is then he learns what he truly loves."
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I borrowed this book from a friend, who has since moved and packed it away. I now want my own copy, so I may read it again.
I have to say that I tracked this and the Reckoning down after reading Cain and Hunter. This book is a worth while read because it has all of the ear marks of a JBH thriller-great action, strong good vs. evil themes and a sense of elation when you reach the climax of the book. He has certainly worked his way into a top notch formula for his books, and suprisingly I have not become tired of his themes. I believe that I read that this is now a movie named Dragon, but I have not heard anything else about it. I hope that they have done the book and it's characters justice.
Excellent book without being preachy. If you enjoy rollercoaters this ride is for you!