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Dragon Queen(The Black Mausoleum, #2)
Return to the world of the Adamantine Palace for death-dealing dragons and even more dangerous politicking.
Praised by the likes of Joe Abercrombie and Brent Weeks, Stephen Deas has made dragons his own.
In the years before the Dragons laid waste to man's empire, the fearsome monsters were used for war and as gifts of surpassing wealth to buy favour in the constant political battles that tore at the kingdoms.
Notorious in these battles was the Dragon Queen. And now she is a prisoner. But no-one is more dangerous than when caged...
The critics, fellow authors and readers alike are agreed - if you love dragons and epic fantasy, Stephen Deas is the writer for you. The man who brought dragons back to their full glory, might and terror.
Dragon Queen is a companion volume to the Memory of Flames trilogy and to THE BLACK MAUSOLEUM.