The Dragon Token

The Dragon Token

Book - 1992
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The second book in the Dragon Star trilogy returns to the spellbinding fantasy world introduced in the bestselling Dragon Prince trilogy

With her bestselling fantasy trilogy, Dragon Prince, Melanie Rawn introduced us to Sunrunner's magic and sorcerous evil, to a ruler striving to bring peace to warring kingdoms--and to her magnificent dragons.

In Stronghold , the peace won by High Prince Rohan is shattered when a mysterious invasion force begins a devastating campaign against the people of the Desert.

Now, in The Dragon Token , the time for retreat has come to an end as Rohan's son and heir, Pol, rallies his forces in a desperate bid to halt the advance of the invaders. But ancient rivalries begin to weaken his alliance and only time will tell whether those loyal to the High Prince can defeat both the foreign invaders and the betrayers in their own ranks.

And even as Pol leads his troops forth, Andry, the Sunrunner Lord of Goddess Keep, is also determined to take the attack to this enemy force which has sworn to slay all workers of magic.

Yet the invaders have their own agenda of conquest, and they are even now readying to strike at the very heart of the Desert, stealing treasures which Pol and Andry would pay any price to reclaim--even if the price should prove to be their own lives....
Publisher: New York : DAW Books, c1992.
ISBN: 9780886775421
Characteristics: xii, 560 p. :,ill., map ;,24 cm.


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May 17, 2012

Before you start the Dragon Star series it is highly recommended you start with the Dragon Prince Trilogy. This puts all the characters and events in place before the events in Dragonstar begings. Melanie Rawn is addictive. Dragon Prince was the first fantasy trilogy that had me reading non-stop.

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