Black Dragon Codex

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WIZARDS OF THE COAST Incorporated, 2008 - Juvenile Fiction - 243 pages
12 Reviews
What happens when an evil black dragon becomes your ally?

Snatched from the street by a young black dragon, Satia seems destined to end her life as a snack. But her position as a menu item quickly changes when her black dragon captor runs into two young red dragons and a wanna-be Dragonlord. In a quick twist of events, the black dragon is transformed into an ordinary teenaged boy. Always one step ahead of their pursuers, Satia makes a bargain with her captor: her life in exchange for her help. But now she must live up to her end of the bargain. With no magic and only the strength of two humans, how will Satia outwit the Dragonlord and his minions?

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Review: Black Dragon Codex (Dragon Codices #3)

User Review  - Andreoletti Ryan - Goodreads

I thought it was a fun read. The way they described the dragons as fierce warriors controlled by humans made for a gripping tale. Read full review

Review: Black Dragon Codex (Dragon Codices #3)

User Review  - Raechel - Goodreads

Very cute YA book about a thief meeting a black dragon. Read full review

Contents

Section 1
9
Section 2
15
Section 3
27
Copyright

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About the author (2008)

R.D. Henham is a scribe in the great library of Palanthas. In the course of transcribing stories of legendary dragons, the author felt a gap existed in the story of the everydragon: ordinary dragons who end up doing extraordinary things. With the help of fellow scribes, R.D. had filled that gap with the Dragon Codices.

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