The Dragon Throne

Rated 5.00/5 based on 2 reviews
How far should Fianna go to claim the Dragon Throne? She faces division amongst the royal knights after the death of her father, and in desperation summons the dragons to support her claim. The dragon's challenge will take her to their Sacred Mountains, and her loyalties will be tested as she is befriended by one of their enemies, an injured unicorn. A story of love, friendship, and betrayal. More

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Fiction » Fantasy » Epic
Words: 103,530
Language: British English
ISBN: 9781310207822
About Chrys Cymri

Priest by day, writer at odd times of the day and night, I live with a small green parrot called Tilly because the upkeep for a dragon is beyond my current budget. Plus I’m responsible for making good any flame damage to church property. I love ‘Doctor Who’, landscape photography, single malt whisky, and my job, in no particular order. When I’m not looking after a small parish church in the Midlands (England) I like to go on far flung adventures to places like Peru, New Zealand, and North Korea.

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Review by: Tom Davidson on July 19, 2018 :
I could not stop reading this book. The characters and beasts were well developed and were tied in with each other nicely. Must follow the series to see how it all end ssh
(reviewed the day of purchase)

Review by: Clinton A. Seeber on Oct. 01, 2015 :
This fantasy story is relatively light on action, but heavy on intrigue. And that's fine if you do it well, which Chrys Cymri HAS done. The Four Kingdoms are those of the unicorns, dragons and two of the humans bound to each of those creatures. When a noble unicorn on what turns out to be a journey of self-discovery crosses paths with a princess seeking to become Queen of the Dragon Throne, things may turn out differently than you would expect. Although this story has good length (90,000+ words), it flows like a breeze, and it is a cinch to read through. The climax is a real curveball that may have you striking out on your guesses as to what it would be. Admittedly, there are more typos and errors in the later chapters than in the earlier ones, but they are still not terribly frequent in their appearances. A fine tale, and I look forward to reading the rest of this series to see how this story turns out.
(reviewed 41 days after purchase)

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