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Dragonworld Somewhere beyond the northern mists lies a land where dreams live and dragons are real This is the tale of the twilight of the dragons, of two nations plunged into war by a tragic misunderstanding, of a shy dreamer s incredible voyage of peace to a long forgotten land where nightmares are born A magnificient creation, a sweeping epic of high fantasy set in a richly imagined world, vividly brought to life with over eighty pages of stunning illustrations by Joseph Zucker [PDF / Epub] ☆ Classic Essential Vegetables Author Family Circle – Lavons.co.uk of two nations plunged into war by a tragic misunderstanding ❮Read❯ ➬ The Murder Exchange Author Simon Kernick – Lavons.co.uk of a shy dreamer s incredible voyage of peace to a long forgotten land where nightmares are born A magnificient creation [Epub] ❤ The Isis Covenant (Jamie Saintclaire, By James Douglas – Lavons.co.uk a sweeping epic of high fantasy set in a richly imagined world ❰Download❯ ✤ The Excalibur Codex (Jamie Saintclaire, Author James Douglas – Lavons.co.uk vividly brought to life with over eighty pages of stunning illustrations by Joseph Zucker



10 thoughts on “Dragonworld

  1. says:

    DRAGONWORLD was one of my favorite fantasy novels as an adolescent Also has many excellent illustrations.


  2. says:

    I really hate the feeling when I can hardly wait to read a book and turns out to be a big disappointment It was the same with The Hobbit and LOTR The story starts promising, despite the tragic event 2 children are killed by a dragon and town s folks believe it was the sorcerers from next land, Simbala, who did it, so they plan to go to war Pretty interest


  3. says:

    I will try to give this long book the long book review it deserves Last year, I was desperately searching the shelvs of my local library s spring book sale My brother claimed he saw a bearded man walk out with ALL the fantasy books in the entire place My brother and I were deeply disappointed and angry We loved and still love fantasy How could that man have ta


  4. says:

    My mother gave this book to me one Christmas many years ago while I was still in college I remember that she was pretty proud of herself for indulging my appetite for fantasy literature This book, along with several others made for one of my most memorable Christmas gifts.I read much of the book on the plane back to Salt Lake City I hate flying and it made the jour


  5. says:

    got a third of the way through this and decided I didn t care anyIt s a fantasy novel about various human kingdoms under threat from dragons and from each other, but it failed to excite me got a third of the way through this and decided I didn t care anyIt s a fantasy novel about various human kingdoms under threat from dragons and from each other, but it failed to exci


  6. says:

    I finally finished Dragonworld yesterday, and I took the remainder of the day to digest it This was a truly well written fantasy novel with all the right pieces to the puzzle The heroes there are several were flawed and real, the villians there were also several were sympathetic and entirely three dimensional The plot was large enough to fill the space without getting out of


  7. says:

    Despite the oddly generic title, Dragonworld is a deep, unique fantasy story of a quality to rival the modern fantasy greats.Dragonworld revolves around a largely meaningless war between two nations, magical Simbala and rural Fandora, sparked by a tragic misunderstanding and an ancient mystery At the heart of this lie a lonely, brave hermit with a heart of gold a grief wracked, f


  8. says:

    Originally published in 1979.Illustrations by Joseph Zucker.Way back in 1985, I bought a paperback copy of this book at Viewpoint Books a great store in Columbus, Indiana I sold it to a used book store a few years later and I forgot all about it A couple of years ago, I found a copy at a thrift store and I snatched it up, feeling like I had found a relic from my past I remembered tha


  9. says:

    Johan is a young boy living in one of the farming villages of Fandora One day he steals a glider designed by his friend, the reclusive inventor Amsel He is killed mysteriously, but his father Jondalrun believes the culprit to be Simbala, the wealthy country across the water, ruled by the controversial Hawkwind Jondalrun leads his country to declare war upon the Simbalese Meanwhile, Amsel h


  10. says:

    I first read this novel about 15 years ago and always wondered why it was never reprinted It is a well told tale, enjoyable to read, and in a style reminiscent of the Hobbit and Lord of the Rings The characters interact well together and there is excellent depth to them It is not predictable nor does it fit into the tight little cliched fantasy that is so prevalent today If you want a solid fan


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