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Tears of a Dragon
     

Tears of a Dragon

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by Sulayman X
 

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A Five Kingdoms Novel

S. Mortimer Bookin is curious. It's what makes him such a good scholar. He's curious about the world around him, about his dead parents, about what it might be like to meet another Contrary man like himself. Then roguish and Contrary Kai warrior Prince Allender shows up on his doorstep, and Mortimer is entranced. The catch?

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A Five Kingdoms Novel

S. Mortimer Bookin is curious. It's what makes him such a good scholar. He's curious about the world around him, about his dead parents, about what it might be like to meet another Contrary man like himself. Then roguish and Contrary Kai warrior Prince Allender shows up on his doorstep, and Mortimer is entranced. The catch? Allender comes with baggage: a host of Contrary youths he wants to train in the ways of the Kai brotherhood... with Mortimer as their teacher.

Mortimer’s curiosity and growing fascination with Allender trump his love of routine, and he commits to a perilous journey to obtain the Kai Overlord’s blessing for the school. It’s a quest that will take him from home to the Zu-Kai Isle, on to the frozen north, and all the way to the mystical Dragon Isle. Mortimer and Allender grow closer with each mile, but when Allender is injured, it will fall to Mortimer to lead their ragtag brotherhood to procure the overlord’s price—the tears of a dragon.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781623802653
Publisher:
Harmony Ink Press
Publication date:
11/01/2012
Pages:
300
Product dimensions:
6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.63(d)
Lexile:
860L (what's this?)

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Tears of a Dragon 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Wonderful fantasy quest adventure involving a band of gay youths searching to establish a home for others like them. (Nothing explicit)