The Silent Dragon
In a realm on the brink of war, will an unsuspected heir to the kingdom of Coronnan and to magic long-banished from the land offer the only hope for survival?
Glenndon--son of witchwoman Brevelan and Jaylor, Senior Magician and Chancellor of the University of Magicians--has never spoken aloud. He has no need because his telepathic talent is strong and everyone associated with the University can "hear" him. He can throw master-level spells, but because he will not speak, Jaylor has refused to promote him from apprentice to journeyman magician. Still, everyone knows it is only a matter of time until Glenndon will take his rightful place at the University.
Then an urgent missive arrives from King Darville. The Council of Provinces is near rebellion over the king's lack of a male heir. Rather than see his fourteen-year-old daughter, Rosselinda, married off just to procure an heir, he orders his illegitimate son Glenndon to Coronnan City to become his successor. And suddenly Glenndon's world is in chaos. The man he's always known as his father is not. Instead he is the son of the king. But in this city where court politics can prove deadly and where magic is forbidden, the young man must hide his talents even as he struggles to find his voice and his destiny.
And one slip could see Glenndon, Darville, Rosselinda, and even Jaylor doomed, for the lords and the people fear magic more than potential invasion, legendary monsters, and civil war.
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Review: The Silent Dragon (Children of The Dragon Nimbus #1)User Review - Jo Oehrlein - Goodreads
This is the first book in a series, but it's a follow-on to other series. I think it would be better if this weren't the first book you read in the universe. That said, I like the characters. Linda ... Read full review
Review: The Silent Dragon (Children of The Dragon Nimbus #1)User Review - Jean Tatro - Goodreads
This was a cold-buy for me, as in I bought it based on the back cover blurb alone. Normally that's risky, but the risk paid off with a good read. Though it seemed to be making lots of references and ... Read full review