Dragon Stones by James V. Viscosi PDF

By James V. Viscosi

ISBN-10: 0615208819

ISBN-13: 9780615208817

While mercenaries invade her lair and slaughter her hatchlings, T'Sian the dragon embarks on a quest for revenge that takes her around the continent.

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While mercenaries invade her lair and slaughter her hatchlings, T'Sian the dragon embarks on a quest for revenge that takes her around the continent.

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A warrior from Barbareth, he hadn't impressed Adaran at first; the man wore little armor and used a metal-shod wooden pole as a weapon. Then Adaran had watched him defeat a dozen guards during a practice session at Dunshandrin's castle, and had revised his opinion upward. " The magician, Orioke, spoke softly, but his voice carried the weight of utter confidence. "The dragon is well south of here, and traveling away from our location. " Orioke fixed his glittering gaze on Dosen. "Of course," he said.

The rushing wind and ceaseless beat of its wings continually reminded him that he wasn't; in fact, he and the others were thousands of feet in the air, their lives depending on the ability of these enormous, stupid avians to get them well away from the mountain before the dragon returned. His mount flew near the end of a train of seven overgrown eagles, all of them yoked together with drooping leather thongs, keeping them in rough formation behind the leader. That bird carried their guide, one of Lord Dunshandrin's men, a grimy, reckless maniac who, Adaran believed, deliberately performed erratic aerial maneuvers to make the rest of them sick.

What she had taken for mere brutality had instead been surgical: The men had slit open her babies and taken the stones from their gizzards. Now she understood. Men had come here specifically to steal her crystals. There had been no mistake. They had not thought they were taking diamonds or rubies; they had no interest in dragon's horns or scales or whiskers. They had wanted the stones and knew, somehow, where in the body they could be found. These were no mere adventuresome bumpkins; these were knowledgeable, dangerous, murderous villains.

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