Dragon Blood

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Penguin, Dec 1, 2002 - Fiction - 275 pages
93 Reviews
Ward, ruler of Hurog, is striving to restore his lands and people to prosperity, wanting nothing more than a quiet life. But when an old friend, escaping from High King Jakovenís torturers, seeks refuge in his keep, Ward can no longer ignore the growing rebellion against the tyrannical High King. He realizes that he cannot stand aside - he must join with the rebels. However, Jakoven has a secret weapon with which he intends to crush the rebellion - Farsonsbane, a magical artifact that has destroyed entire cities. But first, Jakoven needs blood to awaken it. Dragonís blood. The very blood that courses through Wardís veins.
  

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Loved the characterization, the pace, the plot. - Goodreads
Fun read but an anticlimactic ending. - Goodreads
The growing love story is good too. - Goodreads
Patricia Briggs is a great writer. - Goodreads
And the ending comes out of nowhere, too! - Goodreads

Review: Dragon Blood (Hurog #2)

User Review  - Slinkyboy - Goodreads

ďIt is one of those lessons that every child should learn: Don't play with fire, sharp objects, or ancient artifacts.Ē Good adviceÖ I really enjoyed both Hurog books, and I am absolutely, totally, hopelessly in love with Stala. Read full review

Review: Dragon Blood (Hurog #2)

User Review  - Rachel - Goodreads

I loved this conclusion of the Hurog story. The characters are heroic, the plot is thick, the creatures are magnificent and the magic is a force to contend with. It was very dark at times, which ... Read full review

Contents

Chapter 1
1
Chapter 2
6
Chapter 3
27
Chapter 4
51
Chapter 5
69
Chapter 6
80
Chapter 7
96
Chapter 8
105
Chapter 10
153
Chapter 11
164
Chapter 12
180
Chapter 13
197
Chapter 14
214
Chapter 15
232
Chapter 16
252
Copyright

Chapter 9
131

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About the author (2002)

Patricia Briggs lives in Montana with her husband, children, and six horses.

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