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The Sleeping Dragon CAPTIVES OF SORCERYIt began as just another evening of fantasy gaming, with James, Karl, Andrea, and the rest ready to assume their various roles as wizard, cleric, warrior, or thief But sorcerous gamemaster Professor Deighton had something else planned for this unsuspecting group of college students And the game soon became a matter of life and death as the seven adventurers found themselves transported to an alternate world and into the bodies of the actual characters they had been pretending to beCast into a land where magic worked all too well, dragons were a firebreathing menace, and only those quick enough with a sword or their wits survived, the young gamers faced a terrible task For the only way they would ever see Earth again was if they could find the legendary Gate Between Worldsa place guarded by the most terrifying and deadly enemy of allTHE SLEEPING DRAGON [PDF / Epub] ★ Longbow Girl ✪ Linda Davies – Lavons.co.uk with James [EPUB] ✻ On His Naughty List ❀ Jessica Jarman – Lavons.co.uk Karl [PDF / Epub] ☆ Fire Colour One Author Jenny Valentine – Lavons.co.uk Andrea [Download] ➶ Invisible Wounds By Kay Douglas – Lavons.co.uk and the rest ready to assume their various roles as wizard ❮Download❯ ➽ A City Possessed ➸ Author Lynley Hood – Lavons.co.uk cleric [Reading] ➿ Her Husbands Mistake Author Sheila O& – Lavons.co.uk warrior ❰EPUB❯ ✺ Mr Dove Über Den Wassern Author Maurice Shadbolt – Lavons.co.uk or thief But sorcerous gamemaster Professor Deighton had something else planned for this unsuspecting group of college students And the game soon became a matter of life and death as the seven adventurers found themselves transported to an alternate world and into the bodies of the actual characters they had been pretending to beCast into a land where magic worked all too well ➳ [Reading] ➶ Squirmy Wormy By Lynda Farrington Wilson ➩ – Lavons.co.uk dragons were a firebreathing menace ➮ [Ebook] ➩ Honeymoon By Sacha J. Witt ➺ – Lavons.co.uk and only those quick enough with a sword or their wits survived [PDF / Epub] ☀ Puck You By Peyton Novak – Lavons.co.uk the young gamers faced a terrible task For the only way they would ever see Earth again was if they could find the legendary Gate Between Worldsa place guarded by the most terrifying and deadly enemy of allTHE SLEEPING DRAGON


About the Author: Joel Rosenberg

Joel C RosenbergJoel Rosenberg was the author of the bestselling Guardians of the Flame books as well as the D'Shai and Keepers of the Hidden Ways series He made his home in Minneapolis, Minnesota.



10 thoughts on “The Sleeping Dragon

  1. says:

    The Sleeping Dragon had been one of my favourite fantasy novels as a kid. It's portal fantasy in the classic sense, with a small group of role playing gamers in our world suddenly finding themselves in a strange land that mirrors that of their game.

    When it comes to fantasy novels, rereading one's early favourites tends to bring about mixed feelings: the nostalgia of


  2. says:

    CONCEPT: A group of gamers are whisked off to an RPG world. After almost slaying each other as their new personalities take over, the group sets out to find a means of returning back to their homeworld at a place known as the Gate Between Worlds. (Holds promise and attraction to gamers in seeing how these fish out of water types react in their new setting.)
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  3. says:

    This book is very deceptive. It reads at first like any other Dungeons & Dragons inspired rip-off --- at first. But then it becomes something deeper without your noticing it. In fact, the story begins with a bunch of college students starting to play a normal everyday D&D roleplaying session. But something happens when one of them opens a supply chest their character find waiting for


  4. says:

    Really...2.5 stars a little better than just alright. I noted elsewhere that back a few years ago I read several books that really only had one thing to recommend them...they were set in RPG game settings...I have been a gamer since 1978. I suppose it warps the taste slightly when the book you're reading has a game reference (well except for Mazes and Monsters, we'd all have been better off without


  5. says:

    Ahoy there me mateys! I was trying to figure out what to read when I saw this old school cover in the hold . . .

    The First Mate and his siblings fondly remember this series from childhood. And well I am an easy mark for all dragon-related things. So I gave this a shot. And I had very, very mixed thoughts. Be forewarned, unlike me usual posts, there are spoilers at the end because of a need to r


  6. says:

    I first read this when it came out in the early 80's, I think. It's a fun book. While playing D&D, a group of college buddies are transported to the D&D world. Stuck there, they play out their lives in an interesting mix of fantasy world with their 20th century personalities & knowledge. It was a fun read. There are quite a few more books following it. I read the first five, but then lost interest.


  7. says:

    I begrudgingly gave this book a three-star rating.
    I loved the story. Or, I wanted to.

    But at one point, the two female characters are gang-raped by the bad guys. No details except the men hearing the screams of the women. Yea. Thanks for that. Why don't all of the male characters ever get gang-raped?

    Anyways, beyond that, (view spoiler)


  8. says:

    Definitely in my Top Five fantasy books of ALL TIME, I say that with ZERO exaggeration...

    This is NOT a Tolkien-clone like Shannara. Yes it has elements Tolkien used, but the story is so damn original and refreshing it's shocking.

    There is nothing to say but READ THIS NOW. Amazing storytelling and flow, superb characters, just everything that makes Fantasy perfect.




  9. says:

    This was a great book. The concept of being drawn into the game is just the start. There is great character development that makes you want to see whats going to change with them from page to page. All around a great story with some interesting life lessons for people. I definitely recommend for younger readers who enjoy role-playing as the basic concept is every true gamers dream come true.


  10. says:

    This book has been in my collection for years and years. I have shared its brilliance with every reader I know. The characters are lovable, the world is believable, and the writing pulls you in from chapter one. Of the books I've read in my life, none would I recommend more than The Sleeping Dragon. (along with the rest or the series)


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