Song of the Dragon by Tracy Hickman
Volume One of the Annals of Drakis

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Once humans had magic and an alliance with dragons. Now they and the other races have been enslaved by the Rhonas Empire-the elves-and can't even remember the world the way it used to be. But thanks to the intervention of one determined dwarf and the human slave warrior known as Drakis, all of that is about to change.


 

About Tracy Hickman

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Tracy Hickman is a bestselling fantasy and science-fiction author, best known as the creator of Dragonlance while he worked for TSR. In all, Hickman wrote over 30 novels in collaboration with Margaret Weis as well as numerous novels and series both as solo works and coauthored with his wife, Laura. Tracy and Laura live in Utah where they enjoy visits from their four children and three grandchildren. BATMAN and all related characters, names and elements are trademarks of DC Comics, 2011. All rights reserved.
 
Published July 5, 2011 by DAW. 454 pages
Genres: Science Fiction & Fantasy, Literature & Fiction, Action & Adventure. Fiction

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In the towering launch of Hickman’s Annals of Drakis high fantasy series, Drakis, a lowly human warrior-slave, is content to fight for the empire of elves as they crush the last dwarf king.

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Night Owl Suspense

There is a legend about a slave-warrior named Drakis who will break free of his bonds and follow the song of the dragons.

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The American Book Center Blog

Song of the Dragon starts a new fantasy saga about Drakis, one of the few remaining humans in a world dominated by the ruthless, power hungry elves.

Aug 03 2010 | Read Full Review of Song of the Dragon: Volume On...

Grasping For The Wind

When the narrative was finally over, I was grateful that I no longer had to read of Drakis and his companions meeting some other fantasy trope that Hickman had twisted for his story.

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