Dragonforge: A Novel of the Dragon Age

Dragonforge: A Novel of the Dragon Age

by James Maxey
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Overview

Dragonforge: A Novel of the Dragon Age by James Maxey

1. The sequel to the hugely successful Bitterwood.

2. A unique setting, a blend of Anne McCafrey and Gene Wolfe.

3. A rich fantasy to appeal directly to all fans of dragon books, including Pern and Dragonlance.

4. Guaranteed online support from an author with an established fan base.

5. Marketing to include author convention appearances.

After the death of King Albekizan, Shandrazel and his allies struggle to keep the kingdom intact as the radical human prophet, Ragnar gathers forces to launch a full scale rebellion against the dragons. When all out war erupts, legendary dragon hunter, Bitterwood, must face his own personal daemons and choose where his loyalty really lies.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781844165810
Publisher: Rebellion
Publication date: 06/24/2008
Pages: 544
Product dimensions: 6.76(w) x 4.10(h) x 1.22(d)

About the Author

James Maxey lives in Chapel Hill, NC. After graduating from the Odyssey Fantasy Writers' Workshop and Orson Scott Card's Writer's Boot Camp, James broke into the publishing world in 2002 when he won a Phobos Award for his short story, Empire of Dreams and Miracles. Phobos Books later published James' debut novel, the cult-classic superhero tale Nobody Gets the Girl. His short stories have since appeared in Asimov's and numerous anthologies.

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Dragonforge: A Novel of the Dragon Age 4.3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 6 reviews.
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dragonhalo More than 1 year ago
This was a marvelous blending of the science fiction and fantasy genre. I loved the way the author joined the two together into one fantastic ride. I found myself rooting for both sides of the races, dragons and humans, at different times and with different characters. Maxey has an original and entertaining series going. I'm eagerly awaiting the next book.
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Guest More than 1 year ago
To about page 170 the book was quite pleasing. After which, the book took on a different identity--one that didn't attract me in the least bit. If you like Isaac Asimov you'll like this book. However, I find myself on the other side of the fence. Robots and dragons go together like Jello and Wasabi. Maxey has a wonderful writing style and I give him credit for the messages hidden within the text. Although, they're not exactly hidden they're very blunt. I think Maxey is a better author than this book conveys. Or at least, he has the potential, anyways.