Servant of the Dragon by David Drake

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Return again to the world of the Isles in Servant of the Dragon, a world with hundred of warring kingdoms without a single overlord for many centuries. Now the sources of magic are reaching a thousand-year peak, and the present generation of sorcerers is the most powerful in the millennium. Follow the small band of heroes and heroines as they journey across these landscapes, these seas, to find their loves, their destinies and --for one--a crown.

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About David Drake

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DAVID DRAKE lives in Pittsboro, North Carolina.
Published April 1, 2007 by Tor Books. 624 pages
Genres: Science Fiction & Fantasy, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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Prince Garric, now effectively King of the Isles, is counseled by King Carus, a version of himself who lived a millennium ago.

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Ilna's capture by pirates develops interestingly, introducing Merota, the aristocratic child Ilna befriends, and Chalcus, the pirate whom cranky Ilna can't help warming to.

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