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Winged things abound throughout this heavy-handed second installment of Genesse's Iron Dragon fantasy series (after 2008's The Golden Cord). Some, like the stately alicorns, are kind and good; some, like the fearful wyrm-king Draglune, are horribly vengeful and bent on world domination by means of the all-powerful Crystal Eye. The dragon-princess Verkahna, determined to replace her father, both helps and hinders the little band of dragon hunters led by dwarf war priest Bellor and human crossbowman Drake on their predictable quest to keep the Eye out of Draglune's claws. Genesse stresses the necessity of trust between races and cultures and the perils of bias and dissension, and he keeps the plot moving quickly despite cardboard characters, soggily sentimental romance and frequent apparent deaths followed by implausible resurrections. (May)

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  • ISBN-13: 9781594148255
  • Publisher: Gale Group
  • Publication date: 5/15/2009
  • Series: Iron Dragon Series
  • Pages: 441
  • Product dimensions: 5.80 (w) x 8.60 (h) x 1.30 (d)

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  • Posted May 7, 2010

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    A Solid Sequel

    For the past couple of years, books about dragons, sorcery, and barbaric swordsman have turned me off because I've been craving a book that will send me away from the world of fantasy, which is why when coming across the Golden Cord and Dragon Hunters made me hesitated. But I thought, what the heck, and picked up both books for a great read.

    In this sequel to "The Golden Cord" by author Paul Genesse, "Dragon Hunters" follows the story of the three dracken viergur or "dragon hunters." The two Drobin dwarves travel with the young Clifton hunter in search of Draglune's lair. Draglune is the dragon king who's strength has been presumably growing and he is readying for battle. The Drobin War Priest, Bellor, is on a mission in search for the other lost dracken viergur who are headed by his nephew, Bolak. With Bellor comes his dedicated dwarf student, Thor, who is still in the prime of his life by dwarf standards. Their newest group member is Drake Bloodstone, who, when the two dwarves stumbled into his village of Clifton, agreed to show them the path. But though Drake didn't have to go all the way to the lair with them, he decided his destiny and he knew his own beloved village will never be safe until Draglune is defeated. "The Dragon Hunters" introduces many new characters to the scene as well.In the beginning of the novel, Drake, Bellor, and Thor go to see the wizard, Oberon. Oberon is a wise sage who has a crystal sphere which Draglune wants. By using the crystal sphere Oberon is able to help the three spy on Draglune which ends up turning into an absolute disaster with Draglune realizing and using the crytal sphere as a portal to capture Oberon and take the sphere. Howvere this poses problems, because his banished daughter, Verkhana also wants the sphere and will atop at nothing to get it. She also wants to see her father dead. The wizard's apprentice, Dabarius agrees to travel with the three others, and though they are at extreme odds with eachother at first, they become commonly united as Dracken Viergur (Bellor performs the ceremony to officially make the two part of the dragon hunters) and as friends. The four face terrible evils, including the untrustworthy Verkhana who claims to be their friend saying they both want the same thing- Draglune dead. As the novel travels with the four companions, in comes a spunky, red-headed swordwoman. Bre'alla is suffering from the loss of her father and claims to have no friends. And at first the dwarves are suspicous of her, though both Dabarius and especially Drake are smitten. Drake's inner feelings for Bree contradicts his feelings for his beloved back in Clifton, Jaena. These leave him guilt-ridden. Bree leads them into Verkhana lair and danger srises, but new enemies are found. When Bree's life is left in the balance, there is only one person who can save her. Jaena Whitestar, Clifton's young priestess and Drake's soulmate. But when Jaena spiritually brings herself to see Drake, the extreme jealousy for Bree rushes through her. The question is left open- Will Jaena save Bree for the good of herself and for the future life of Drake...or because of the jealousy will she give up and let Drake and the others die without the lead of Bree? Find out in "The Dragon Hunters."

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