Dragon's Treasure

Dragon's Treasure

Book - 2004
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Penguin Putnam
With Dragon's Winter, two-time World Fantasy Award-winner Elizabeth A. Lynn made "a triumphant return"* to the fantasy realm after over a decade. Now, she returns to her imaginative medieval world-where a fearsome dragon lord struggles between ruling with might and ruling with justice.

Baker & Taylor
In the sequel to Dragon's Winter, Kardur Atani, the Dragon of Chingura, has overcome his father's madness and his brother's treachery to take the throne and struggles to rule with justice while dealing with the ferocity that results from his dragon blood.

Blackwell North Amer
Karadur Atani, the Dragon of Chingura, has survived his father's madness and his brother's treachery. Firmly ensconced in the castle at Dragon Keep, he has won the loyalty of his people the respect of other lords. Yet legends never die. He is of dragon blood. And when stoked, his fury burns without mercy.
No wars threaten Karadur's domain, though the politics of the kingdom and the daily intrigues of neighboring fiefdoms threaten the peace he has found within himself. Still, his fierceness has been tempered by love, for the men who serve him and for one human woman. Maia Unamira is a poor herbalist from a family of outlaws. Her heart fears neither the golden dragon Karadur becomes, nor the nearly human man who sets her blood on fire. Her love will make Karadur a man of compassion as well as strength - and transform the future of both humans and dragons.

Baker
& Taylor

Karadur Atani, the Dragon of Chingura, has overcome his father's madness and his brother's treachery to take the throne and struggles to rule with justice while dealing with the ferocity that results from his dragon blood.

Publisher: New York : Ace Books, 2004
Edition: 1st American ed
ISBN: 9780441011964
0441011969
Characteristics: 325 p. ; 22 cm

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