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Servant of the Dragon

Servant of the Dragon

The third book in the epic saga of 'Lord of the Isles'

Lord of the Isles (Volume 3)

David Drake

Tor Books

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Return again to the world of Lord of the Isles in David Drake's Servant of the Dragon, the third book in the series, set in an epic fantasy world with hundreds 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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Chapter One

Prince Garric of Haft, Heir Presumptive of Valence III, King of the Isles—and already by any real measure the ruler of the kingdom—faced his Council of Advisors. Down the table from him were the chief nobles of the...

Praise for Servant of the Dragon

“Unlike most modern fantasy, Lord of the Isles is an epic with the texture of the legends of yore, with rousing action and characters to cheer for.” —Terry Goodkind

“The world building and characterization here are among Drake's best, and the magic is well thought out. Drake clearly has embarked on a fantasy saga as big as Eddings', Jordan's, and Goodkind's and as eminently worth reading.” —Booklist

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David Drake

David Drake (born 1945) sold his first story (a fantasy) at age 20. His undergraduate majors at the University of Iowa were history (with honors) and Latin (BA, 1967). He uses his training in both subjects extensively in his fiction.

David entered Duke Law School in 1967 and graduated five years later (JD, 1972). The delay was caused by his being drafted into the US Army. He served in 1970 as an enlisted interrogator with the 11th Armored Cavalry Regiment, the Blackhorse, in Viet Nam and Cambodia. He has used his legal and particularly his military experiences extensively in his fiction also.

David practiced law for eight years; drove a city bus for one year; and has been a full-time freelance writer since 1981, writing such novels as Out of the Waters and Monsters of the Earth. He reads and travels extensively.d travels extensively.

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