Mistress of DragonsThe Dragonvarld Trilogy (Volume 1)
Margaret Weis; Read by Gigi Marceau-Clarke
From Margaret Weis, The New York Times bestselling co-author of the Dragonlance, Dark Sword, and Deathgate series, comes her first solo fantasy novel set in an all-new, sure-to-be-bestselling world, the Dragonvald.
Mistress of Dragons, Book 1 of The Dragonvald Trilogy is a tale of world-building, magic, and political intrigue where the uneasy balance of power between dragons and humans is about to become undone.
For ages dragons have interfered in the ways of humans, their wrath held at bay by the Amazonian order of priestesses and their mysterious Mistress of Dragons. But now the order has come undone, violated by men, and a mad scramble of intrigue, magic, and lineage ensues . . . revealing the dark secret behind the arcane Parliament of Dragons.
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Praise for Mistress of Dragons
“Sure to please high fantasy fans.” —Publishers Weekly
“Full of intrigue, magic, and violence ... Weis has brilliantly conceived a world.” —Booklist (Starred Review)
“Non-stop action and surprise revelations keep the pages turning.” —RT Book Reviews
“An addictive read ... Exceptional book.” —KLIATT
“Weis gives readers several intriguing characters ... Readers will be pulled into the clashing cultures, fascinating personalities, and the secrets that still need to be revealed.” —VOYA
“Tracy Hickman and Margaret Weis have emerged as standouts in the field.” —Dallas Morning News on Margaret Weis
“Margaret Weis and Tracy Hickman have built an impressive reputation creating fantasy worlds in far flung galaxies where all manner of evil lurks.” —Milwaukee Journal Sentinel on Margaret Weis
“Weis and Hickman are now definitely up at the same level as Dave Duncan or David Eddings, using conventional fantasy elements on the grand scale to produce excellent reading.” —Chicago Sun-Times on Margaret Weis
“A rich and vibrant fantasy world populated with various races and complex, believable characters.” —Library Journal on Margaret Weis
“A classic tale . . . touched with originality.” —Publishers Weekly on Margaret Weis
In the Press
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