Dragon and Phoenix

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Macmillan, Nov 15, 2000 - Fiction - 400 pages

Once every thousand years the phoenix of Jehanglan burns to death in a magical release. For millennia the emperors of Jehanglan have tried to harness the awesome power of the phoenix's rebirth. One has finally succeeded, using black magic and the enslavement of a dragon.

Far away at the Crown of the World, Dragon-lord Linden and his new wife, Maurynna, are trying to live the life of happy newlyweds. But all is not well. Since her first Change into dragon-form, Maurynna has been unable to duplicate it. And as her inability to Change drives her into a dark abyss of depression, Linden begins to doubt the love he was once so sure of...

At this time of personal crisis, these two must journey to Jehanglan and marshall all of their diplomatic and martial skill to penetrate the treachery of the empire and set free the phoenix. But to do so they must face the dragon--the dragon who just might be a Dragonlord gone mad....

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Dragon And Phoenix ($25.95; Dec. 13; 544pp.; 0-312-86430-2). Second entry in Bertin's fantasy series (The Last Dragonlord, 1998) about Dragonlords Linden Rathan and his beloved soul-twin, the former ... Read full review


User Review  - rave - Borders

i would have thought differently after the 1st book. But the main characters in the original book, may as well have been supporting characters here. Very few light moments in this story compared to the first. Read full review


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Joanne Bertin lives in Connecticut.

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