The Star Scroll (Dragon Prince Series #2)

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As Prince Rohan's son, Pol, grew into the knowledge of statecraft and Sunrunner magic. But Pol was not the only prince who could lay blood claim to the crown, and soon Rohan's enemies would be ready to light a torch to set a dynastic war of succession sweeping across the land.

As Prince Rohan's son, Pol, grew into the knowledge of statecraft and Sunrunner magic. But Pol was not the only prince who could lay blood claim to the crown, and soon Rohan's enemies would be...

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Overview

As Prince Rohan's son, Pol, grew into the knowledge of statecraft and Sunrunner magic. But Pol was not the only prince who could lay blood claim to the crown, and soon Rohan's enemies would be ready to light a torch to set a dynastic war of succession sweeping across the land.

As Prince Rohan's son, Pol, grew into the knowledge of statecraft and Sunrunner magic. But Pol was not the only prince who could lay blood claim to the crown, and soon Rohan's enemies would be ready to light a torch to set a dynastic war of succession sweeping across the land. Original.

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The peaceful reign of High Prince Rohan and his Sunrunner wife Sioned faces a serious challenge when the discovery of an ancient scroll and the machinations of Rohan's enemies threaten the life of his son, Pol. Forbidden magic, treachery in high places, and a strong current of romance form a lavish, tapestry-like background for this sequel to The Dragon Prince ( LJ 11/15/88). For most fantasy collections.-- JC
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780886773496
  • Publisher: Penguin Group (USA)
  • Publication date: 5/28/1989
  • Series: Dragon Prince Series , #2
  • Format: Mass Market Paperback
  • Edition description: Reprint
  • Pages: 592
  • Sales rank: 334,965
  • Product dimensions: 4.38 (w) x 6.92 (h) x 1.60 (d)

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  • Posted August 29, 2009

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    The Star Scroll Dragon Prince Series 2

    Each book gets better and better. A Have to read.

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    Posted July 14, 2014

    Yion

    He nodded and barked,"It shows the moral clearly and there is good detail. It was a good desicion to make you our story teller."

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    Posted June 29, 2014

    Good!!

    Read my sotry at roggen result 1

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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 29, 2014

    Amazing

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    Starlightpack story

    She sat down and began to howl. "Long ago the land was wild and the deer and elk were everywhere. Northern packs were close friends with the packs even in the coldest regions of the world. The hunting was good, and every wolf always had enough food. Then strange creatures began to invade our hunting grounds. They carried sticks and walked on two legs, not four like any self respecting animal. They didnt even have a tail. The sticks made strange sounds, and the sounds killed the deer and elk, but the wolves were unafraid. There were so many deer and elk that the few the two legs took made no difference. The wolves even begn to watch the twolegs kill the animals, as the sound didnt seem to hurt them. Soon though, the wolves were followed back to camp and instead of watching, they were bieng watched. The wolves didnt care, they were not catious enough to realize this could end badly. But only a few moons later, the deer and elk had become scarcer and scarcer. Only then did the wolves begin to worry. A great council was called of alphas from everywhere that had been affected, and a great gathering was held. The twolegs followed the wolves to the gathering, and only then did the wolves begin to fear the sticks. When all the wolves had arrived, the sticks begin to make sound. Wolves fell in huge droves; every alpha of every clan was killed within seconds, and the packs fell into disarray, wolves fleeing in all directions. It took many moons for the packs to reform, and even then, they were not in their full glory. The packs avoided two legs and only hunted when they had to, to lessen the chance of a killing. Many packs die out, killed in completion by the twolegs, and still the two legs continue to hunt us. Now they have monsters to chase us and bigger sticks that kill us. But we must thank the twolegs even as we mourn our losses, for if the twolegs hadnt come, we would be lazy and fat, full of elk and deer every day." She finished her story, and hoped the pack liked it.

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