The Dragon and the Fair Maid of Kent

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Macmillan, Sep 17, 2001 - Fiction - 544 pages
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Jim Eckert, the Dragon Knight, must now confront the three disasters that lie in wait for any visitor to the English Middle Ages: war, plague, and Plantagenets.

The plagues is caused by a covert invasion of shape-shanging goblins with plague-tipped spears that seek to take over the world. Meanwhile, Eckert's castle is invaded by Plantagenets: Edward III, his son Edward the Black Prince, and Joan, the Fair Maid of Kent.

Against the background of a full-scale human-versus-goblin war, these worthies move in a swirl of intrigue and dynastic tension. And, as usual, it's up to the Jim Eckert, in all his scaly glory, to make sure good triumphs in the end!
  

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As marauding goblins bring plague and war to England, James Eckert, the dragon knight, becomes embroiled in the complexities of love and politics. Crossing paths and destinies with Edward ... Read full review

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Just re-read the entire series and appreciate even more the excellent characterizations from the differing ages. what an enjoyable read! Read full review

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Contents

Chapter 1
1
Chapter 2
13
Chapter 3
21
Chapter 4
29
Chapter 5
40
Chapter 6
50
Chapter 7
66
Chapter 8
75
Chapter 26
274
Chapter 27
283
Chapter 28
295
Chapter 29
303
Chapter 30
315
Chapter 31
325
Chapter 32
341
Chapter 33
356

Chapter 9
85
Chapter 10
99
Chapter 11
111
Chapter 12
124
Chapter 13
134
Chapter 14
144
Chapter 15
154
Chapter 16
164
Chapter 17
172
Chapter 18
180
Chapter 19
193
Chapter 20
204
Chapter 21
217
Chapter 22
227
Chapter 23
239
Chapter 24
251
Chapter 25
264
Chapter 34
363
Chapter 35
373
Chapter 36
386
Chapter 37
397
Chapter 38
411
Chapter 39
418
Chapter 40
427
Chapter 41
440
Chapter 42
454
Chapter 43
465
Chapter 44
477
Chapter 45
490
Chapter 46
502
Chapter 47
512
Chapter 48
523
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About the author (2001)

Gordon R. Dickson was the Hugo- and Nebula-winning author of many classics of fantasy and science fiction, most famously the Childe Cycle (also known as the Dorsai series). He died in 2001.

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