The Dragon Knight

The Dragon Knight

by Gordon R. Dickson

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ISBN-13: 9781627934916
Publisher: Start Science Fiction
Publication date: 11/22/2013
Series: The Dragon Knight Series , #2
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 446
Sales rank: 246,665
File size: 591 KB

About the Author

Gordon Rupert Dickson was an American science fiction author. He was born in Canada, then moved to Minneapolis, Minnesota as a teenager. He is probably most famous for his Childe Cycle and the Dragon Knight series. He won three Hugo awards and one Nebula award.

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The Dragon Knight (Dragon Series #2) 2.7 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
NancyLibrarian More than 1 year ago
Jim and Angie are back, with the friends and enemies they made in the first book in this funny series. Jim is abruptly turned into a dragon once again, and learns more magic to try to control the situation better. Author Gordon R. Dickson had his tongue in his cheek while he wrote this series, you will snicker and snort and laugh all the way through, and be unable to put the stories down easily. I especially like the high value on friendship, hospitality, and their concomittant responsibilities throughout the stories. I really enjoyed the first 4 in this series, and the others aren't bad either, but not as fresh as these. Start with The Dragon and The George, then read The Dragon Knight, The Dragon on the Border, and The Dragon at War, and carry on with 6 more titles. The author died, or I am sure he'd still be cranking them out!
Karlstar on LibraryThing 23 days ago
This is the sequel to the excellent 'The Dragon and the George'. Once again, Sir James the dragon must fend off the plots of Evil. James and some of his companions from the first book, including Aargh the English Wolf (a very sarcastic character) are off on adventures again. The first book is a fantasy classic, and this is almost as good, though a bit long.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Not very good