Dragon King the by R.A. Salvatore

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In volume one of this series, "The Sword of Bedwyr", young Luthien Bedwyr rebelled against the vicious rule of King Greensparrow and his cruel wizard-lords. In volume two, he made use of a magical cape that renders its wearer invisible—except for a lingering crimson silhouette. Now, the evil Greensparrow is back—and with a vengeance. Using dark, hideous magic, Greensparrow has taken the form of a massive dragon—a virtually unstoppable force that only Luthien can defeat.


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R. A. Salvatore is one of fantasy's most popular authors, with his books frequently appearing on the New York Times bestseller list and more than 10 million copies of his books sold. He is the author of The Bear, The Ancient, and The Highwayman as well as Gauntlgrym, The Legend of Drizzt books, including the Dark Elf Trilogy-Homeland, Exile, and Sojourn-and the Demon Wars series, among many others. Salvatore was born in Massachusetts, and earned a B.S. in communications and a B.A. in English from Fitchburg State College. He lives in Massachusetts with his wife, Diane, and their three children.
Published May 1, 2001 by Twtp Assorted.
Genres: Science Fiction & Fantasy. Fiction

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Supposedly noble characters ""smirk,"" ""snicker"" and ""bat their eyes,"" and no cliche is left unused: even Saddam Hussein is paraphrased for the coming ""grandfather of those battles."" Salvatore's tired story depends on gratuitous violence and misused motifs from classic sources (Tolkien's Lu...

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