The Dragon Delasangre

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Penguin, 2002 - Fiction - 292 pages
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FOR CENTURIES, THEY HAVE LIVED AMONG USA secret race as old as time, they have inspired our greatest legends, our grimmest fairy tales, and our grandest nightmares. Changelings by day and slayers at dark, they call themselves People of the Blood. Mankind calls them Dragons. But few have survived to this day, and none have stepped forward to tell their story. Until now.THE DRAGON DELASANGRE SPEAKSHere, at last, are the private confessions of one Peter DelaSangrehellip;of his isolated youth on an island off the coast of Miamihellip;of the pleasures he found in fortune, fine art and music, and the hunt for human preyhellip;of his lonely balancing act between the worlds of humans and Dragons, neither of which feels like homehellip;and of the overwhelming need that would, finally, give his life purpose: To find a female of his own kind.
  

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User Review  - -sunny- - LibraryThing

Quite different. It was all right, but for some reason couldn't engage me very well. Usually I expect to finish a book with in a week, a little more than that if I have a bunch of other books to read ... Read full review

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User Review  - Jesica - Goodreads

as a dragon lover I started reading this with certain expectations. I found those expectations shattered, and replaced with a different view of dragons. I love this book and it is among my favorites ... Read full review

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Alan F. Troop lives in Davie, FL.

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