Tuesday, January 25, 2011

The Royal Dragoneers by M.R. Mathias

Michael has been a busy boy this week, what, with two blog tours running back to back. Which has kept us busy over here as well. Luckily, Michael's an awesome writer and we don't mind burying ourselves in his books. So we are happy to present another of his books and another of his blog tours!

Hold on to your dragon! You're about to journey through a brave new world of hearty survivors straight into a dragon riding, troll fighting adventure for the ages.

After struggling for more than two centuries to tame the inhospitable, dragon infested Islands where they washed up, the descendants of the survivors of a lost passenger ship are now striving to tame the Mainland they have found.

But the Goblin King, an Ivory antlered demon called Gravelbone, has a different plan for the men who are invading his territory. He and his Nightshade are rallying the trolls to defend their lands.
With the help of the dragons, goblins, and orcs they plan on rendering the wall the humans have built useless, so that they can drive man back to the islands from where they came.

When stubborn King Blanchard finally accepts that the kingdom really is under attack it may be too late, and the only ones who can save the people on the Mainland have been locked away in the dungeon.

Join some brave young men and their mentor, a grizzled old King's Ranger, and a particularly clever young magic wielding woman, as they traverse the wild frontier, and sail to King's Island to warn the King of the warring trolls. Then hold on for your life as you tear through the pages, because the pure blooded dragons they have befriended have another plan all together.

This full length novel is 115,000+ words, over 300 pages.

About the Author: Please see our previous post.

Dawn's Review: Seriously, who doesn't love dragons? Good dragons, bad dragons. They're all great, aren't they? But if you really want to read about dragons, then you must read Micheal's books. This is not just another story about dragons. It is a wonderful tale that you will be sure to enjoy. Having read a few of Michael's books, I've really come to really enjoy his style of writing. It's both entertaining and engaging. This book certainly does not dissapoint and I can't wait to read more of his work.

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