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  1. Melissa ♥ Dog/Wolf Lover ♥ Martin Melissa ♥ Dog/Wolf Lover ♥ Martin says:

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  2. Stephen Stewart Stephen Stewart says:

    Let s be a real with a book with a cover like this and a title of A Sword for a Dragon , you know exactly what you are getting into This book is the second book in the Bazil Broketail series, and follows the continued adventures of Baz and Relkin as they travel to Ourdh to assist stamping out a rebellion That adventure quickly mixes the two up with old and new allies against a resurgence of dark forces who are literally murdering everybody I can t say this is a super literary book or does Let s be a real with a book with a cover like this and a title of A Sword for a Dragon , you know exactly what you are getting into This book is the second book in the Bazil Broketail series, and follows the continued adventures of Baz and Relkin as they travel to Ourdh to assist stamping out a rebellion That adventure quickly mixes the two up with old and new allies against a resurgence of dark forces who are literally murdering everybody I can t say this is a super literary book or does anything ground breaking The good guys are good, the bad guys have literally no redemptive qualities to them There are a few characters caught in the middle, namely namely Glave, but most characters end up being one dimensional without much chance of development But this book isn t about that, it s about a tale of good versus evil And the ending battle scene was completely worth the journey soon I will say, at one point, I believe they compare something in size to a tennis ball, which made me wonder if they had tennis in this fantasy world That was strange Overall though, this is a fun, entertaining, quick book that doesn t have crazy depth to it, but that doesn t detract from the novel at all


  3. Ethan Nahté Ethan Nahté says:

    Continuing the story of Relkin and Bazil, along with a few other characters that make up the military and the witch world, A Sword for a Dragon finds the pair a part of the 109th The world is in danger from a cult and a very powerful demon they worship as a god The story isn t bad, and it can be difficult to write or read a fantasy tale such as this and not make comparisons to Tolkien The second book of the series borrows a lot of elements from The Lord of the Rings Rowley doesn t necessaril Continuing the story of Relkin and Bazil, along with a few other characters that make up the military and the witch world, A Sword for a Dragon finds the pair a part of the 109th The world is in danger from a cult and a very powerful demon they worship as a god The story isn t bad, and it can be difficult to write or read a fantasy tale such as this and not make comparisons to Tolkien The second book of the series borrows a lot of elements from The Lord of the Rings Rowley doesn t necessarily rip off Tolkien, and the very elements he echoes may be what some readers will love about this book The biggest turn off may be the mighty young hero Relkin has wits and survival skills He s lauded for his bravery and derring do With the exception of the vague description of who is killed when many of the dragonboys fire bows, Relkin seems to be placed subconsciously, perhaps as to being so good that when he s one on one with most of the enemy, he disables them, even though the enemy vastly outnumber the army he belongs to Disabling men who are trying to kill you in battle or sacrifice you and those closest to you to a demon calls for death Otherwise, they just come to and sound the alarm or you or your cohorts have to battle them again down the line The book doesn t necessarily have to be graphic, and it could even show Relkin having some remorse for what he must do, but revealing the character to be so merciful to such an evil horde is a bit annoying


  4. Kyle Kyle says:

    Kinda slow So much talk about the city Always the city Good at the end, when the interesting characters creatures get attention Set up for book three That damn city.


  5. Nerva Maximus Nerva Maximus says:

    Even though there werethan a few continuity mistakes I still enjoyed it and the overall story was still good Although I would say that I could have done with less hair pulling and woe is me from a few of the lesser characters But all ends well that starts well and the ending made up for many of the woops that were encountered along the way So it still get three stars from me and a recommendation to those looking for a fun battle filled book.


  6. Kary Kary says:

    I made it through chapter 3 Perhaps it s because it s book 2 in a series and I didn t read book 1 but there isn t much I found to like in the first three chapters I don t identify with the dragonboy, or anyone else in the story It doesn t feel like there is anyone I want to root for yet Overall I felt meh about the story, although I will admit the writing style to be good I may go back and attempt to readbut for now I m done with this book.


  7. Data Data says:

    Adventure at its finest Non stop quirky dragon humor, and the seamier side of war.


  8. Bob Stuhlsatz Bob Stuhlsatz says:

    This was an easy, fun read It s written pretty simply so if you want great drama, it s not here.


  9. Antonio Jr. Antonio Jr. says:

    A great read for anyone into fantasy or military genres.


  10. Georgene Georgene says:

    Dragons fight along side of humans in a battle against evil doers A interesting premise in a book that held my interest Part of a series, it seems, but reads well as a stand alone book.


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A Sword for a Dragon [Reading] ➶ A Sword for a Dragon Author Christopher Rowley – Thomashillier.co.uk THE TH DRAGONSThe most loyal bunch of dragon warriors and human attendants ever to march on campaign had just been reformed when Bazil Broketail and his human boy, Relkin, returned from a fruitless se THE TH DRAGONSThe for a PDF/EPUB Á most loyal bunch of dragon warriors and human attendants ever to march on campaign had just been reformed when Bazil Broketail and his human boy, Relkin, returned from a fruitless search for Bazil s A Sword ePUB ½ beloved green dragoness Eager for action against the evil enemy forces, the dragon and his boy were delighted to discover that during their absence a new sword had been crafted for Bazil by the elves, a sword even Sword for a PDF ☆ powerful than the one he d previously lost So armed, how could they possibly fail to defeat all the foes who awaited them But there was one danger neither Bazil nor Relkin could possibly anticipate the forces of the Goddess of Death had marked them both as her chosen victims for capture and sacrifice.