Master of Dragons
The Triumphant Climax of the Dragonvarld TrilogyThe Dragonvarld Trilogy (Volume 3)
Margaret Weis; Read by Suzanne Toren
The third and concluding volume to Margaret Weis's spectacular Dragonvarld trilogy, Master of Dragons.
They were twin brothers, the offspring of Dragon magic, one raised in court, the other in hiding. But, the link that exists between them will not be broken by mere distance, and in the very duality of their origin lies mankind's hope for peace and safety.
When two renegade dragons with an army of crazed demi-human/
dragons devise a plan to enslave all mankind—an act in direct contravention to all the precepts of the Dragon parliament—it is up to the two brothers (separate and together) and Draconas, the special emissary of the Parliament to ensure mankind's survival. Even if by doing so, it will mean the eventual doom of the Dragonkind.
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Praise for Master of Dragons
“Gigi Marceau-Clarke shines in her performance of Margaret Weis's novel. She's got a beautiful voice--she even sings at times during the novel--and breathes life into the numerous characters…. Weis creates an interesting cast of all-female followers of the Mistress of Dragons.” —AudioFile on Mistress of Dragons
“Two brothers of mixed dragon and human blood become aware of each other's existence and begin to unravel the secrets surrounding their births and upbringing. Stefen Rudnicki and Gabrielle de Cuir narrate. Individually and jointly they provide a strong, steady narration, passing the story back and forth smoothly.” —AudioFile on The Dragon's Son