In the Service of Dragons

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Reagent Press, Jul 1, 2006 - Juvenile Fiction - 180 pages
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The Elves of the Reaches returned from exile, bringing grave news. War came to the Kingdoms, and many perished in the turmoil and unrest. An attempt was made to kidnap a princess and assassinate a king. Now, from the ancient past a dark power returns. As prophecy becomes reality, the factions struggle for control only to further divide the lands. Some would say that it was foolish for King Andrew Alder to support the Elves of the Reaches and send men to aid their cause when Men in all lands were being put to the test of steel. The price of freedom is high. Many will pay with their lives. Many will succumb. For when alliances shatter, old hatreds rise anew and the plotting and scheming begin. Bold, inventive, brilliantly imagined, In the Service of Dragons is a novel of magic and wonder--a tale of pure excitement you will not soon forget. Recommended for ages: 12 and up. About RP Books: RP Books is a leading independent publisher based in Washington State. Our latest imprint is RP Echo. What's RP Echo? The "E" in Echo is for economy edition with budget pricing. The RP in the name means the same quality paper, cover and binding you've come to expect from RP Books. Now that's value and quality for your dollar!

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Review: In the Service of Dragons (In the Service of Dragons #1)

User Review  - Sparrow F. Alden - Goodreads

I started it as an audiobook. Oh, dear. So disappointing for such a great title. I suspect that the reader-aloud didn't help with his overdramatic tone and accent which didn't sound like any I had ever heard. Got through chapter three. Read full review

Review: In the Service of Dragons (In the Service of Dragons #1)

User Review  - Kelly - Goodreads

horrible audiobook narration. didnt even notice the book. Read full review

About the author (2006)

Robert Stanek is a dad, husband, and #1 bestselling author of more than 150 books, including the epic fantasy Ruin Mist series. His books have received many awards for excellence and outstanding contributions to the writing community. Dubbed 'A Face Behind the Future' by The Olympian, he has been helping to shape the future of the written word for two decades.

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