Black Jade Dragon

Rated 4.50/5 based on 2 reviews
Do not meddle in the affairs of dragons for you are crunchy and good with ketchup. - source unknown....

In the South China Sea is an island that is protected by nine dragons. Angie Tanaka has made one of them really, really angry.

Angie says:
Thievery isn’t actually my vocation. It’s really more of a pursuit. It’s only my day job. I’m really an actress ... just kidding.

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About Susan Brassfield Cogan

Susan Cogan is a full time writer and occasionally amuses herself as a graphic designer. She writes things that she enjoys and she enjoys quite a lot. She has been at various times a nurse’s aid, a belly dancer, an actress, a journalist, and a radio shock jock. Her career is long, varied, colorful, often exaggerated and occasionally untrue. Cogan is the author of many novels: Black Jade Dragon, Dragon Sword, Dragon Rising, The Button Man, The Last Gift, Heart of the Tengeri, Murder on the Waterfront and The Man Who Needed Killing. Her nonfiction works include: Hands of the Buddha, The Buddha’s Three Jewels, and The Pocket Darwin. She has also written numerous award winning short stories.

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Stormswift reviewed on April 22, 2019

Liked this! Unusual to find a book about the dragons of Chinese mythology (the sinuous ones sans wings).

"A creature in its prime doing harm to the old goes against the way. That which goes against the way comes to an early end." Now there's a subtle threat by a dragon!

Angie Tanaka is a flawed heroine: a thief and a liar. She sometimes makes impulsive choices when prodded by her conscience.

Whilst trying to flee the police, Angie attracts the attention of Daiyu the black dragon, one of 9 that live on the island of Shaolong. Daiyu and her kindred protect the island.

Angie cannot leave without stealing a soft ball sized pearl, but this act leads to tragedy and a grief stricken dragon wreaks havoc.

Fantasy adventure at its best, you'll want to read it in one sitting.

Proof reading is needed to correct the few instances of incorrect word use.
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James Kelso reviewed on May 30, 2012

Enjoyed the read.
(reviewed 21 days after purchase)

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