What Dragons Prefer

Rated 4.86/5 based on 7 reviews
A dragon slayer arrives to rescue a threatened town, but the real threat—and the dragon’s true desires—are not necessarily one and the same. A short-short fantasy story with a wicked twist! More

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Published by Soul's Road Press
Words: 990
Language: English
ISBN: 9781458057266
About Dayle A. Dermatis

Called “one of the best writers working today” by bestselling author Dean Wesley Smith, Dayle A. Dermatis is the author or coauthor of seven novels and more than a hundred short stories in multiple genres, including the first seven Uncollected Anthology anthologies and the forthcoming urban fantasy novel Ghosted. She is a founding member of the Uncollected Anthology project. A recent transplant to the wild greenscapes of the Pacific Northwest, in her spare time she follows Styx around the country and travels the world, which inspires her writing. To find out where she is today and to sign up for her newsletter (and get free fiction!), check out DayleDermatis.com.

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Review by: Catherine Shaffer on Dec. 14, 2011 :
A fun, quick read with a satisfying payoff at the end.
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Review by: Julia Group on Oct. 08, 2011 :
This is a very short story, but a charming and well-written one.
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Review by: Steve Challis on Aug. 06, 2011 :
A very good short story with a classic twist at the end. This story is very well worth reading.
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Review by: Robert Challis on July 20, 2011 :
Raises the question of who was the real dragon.
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Review by: Robin Orr on July 18, 2011 :
Excellent short story!
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Review by: seekeen on July 10, 2011 :
Beware that this is a "short-short" story - but it is well worth the read. Pithy and succinct, and of course, there are dragons!
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Review by: Deb Robinson on March 31, 2011 :
Big story with just a few words.
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