“I did not choose it—it chose me. And I can only ever be free of the burden by succeeding where my forefathers failed—or by death.”
To rescue the survivors of Terresol and see the land freed from the dragons—Duke Ryldalon lives for little else. But King Trevill has different plans for him:
“When I die, the full weight of the crown of Ouvertcoeur shall fall upon your head. As my time is likely short, you must begin to prepare for it, lest that great weight crush you.”
The dragons, ever eager to rule and to ruin new lands, have different plans for them both.
Experience the daring, the danger, and the hope in this delightful fairy tale—Whom Dragons Rule by Candace Christine Little.
|Publisher:||Candace Christine Little|
|Series:||Dragons , #2|
|File size:||307 KB|
About the Author
Candace Christine Little has a B.A. from Dallas Christian College and a J.D. from Regent University School of Law, and she has completed a writing course offered by the Institute of Children’s Literature. She has written six novels. Four are part of one series: The Pursuit of a King (A Tale of Wisdom), The Heart of a King (A Tale of Faith), The Honor of a King (A Tale of Mercy), and The Son of a King (A Tale of Love). Two are part of another: Where Dragons Dwell and Whom Dragons Rule. Candace believes in the power of stories to nourish, to teach, and to inspire, and she is passionately committed to happy endings.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
LibraryThing Book Review Dragons really hope that no one gets the courage to take a stand against them. Ouvertcoeur is ruled by King Trevill who is certain that he's going to die soon despite being told otherwise. Duke Ryldalon continues searching for survivors of Terresol. The King demands that Ryldalon stop searching and take up his duties as next in line for the throne. Will King Trevill admit he's wrong about himself? Will Ryldalon step up? What is hold both of them back? Your answers await you in Whom Dragons Rule. I really enjoyed this fantasy tale about dragons and their human counterparts. I didn't like the King he struck me as being weak. Whereas Ryldalon showed much strength of character. I'm huge fan of fantasy genre. I love diving into new worlds to see where they may take me next.