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3.52 of 5 stars 3.52  ·  rating details  ·  54 ratings  ·  3 reviews
Afterwards, Basil Castellan was always certain that it had all begun the day he'd been rescued by the dragon. Oh, it hadn't been a real dragon, of course. Or so he hastily assured everyone to whom he told the story. Only ... it had been a real dragon. But he would never share that particular knowledge with anyone but Sonja and Torval....The Empire had preserved peace and o ...more
Paperback, 400 pages
Published February 1st 1998 by Baen
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William Bentrim
Prince of Sunset by Steve White

This is a tale of undying friendship and the impact true friends can have on the fate of the known universe.

Basil Castellan is followed throughout the book as the main protagonist. Basil is an idealistic supporter of a failing Imperial system. As a teen, he has a startling encounter with a mythical being that, unknown to him, will be carried with him the rest of his natural life.

As often seen in military science fiction, there is exemplary loyalty among friends.
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I enjoy Steve White's books but this is not one of his best. If you want a six book series condensed into a single book, here is your book! The story is good but the writing is stilted and there are massive jumps in the time line between chapters. In fact, I actually almost quit the book a couple of times but bulled my way through it. Fans of Steve White might want to give it a try. As I already have the sequel to this book,"Emperor Of Dawn", I will read it and hope for a better ending to this s ...more
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Born in 1948.
Steve White is an American science fiction author best known as the co-author of the Starfire-series alongside David Weber.

He is married with 3 daughters and currently lives in Charlottesville, Virginia. He also works for a legal publishing company. He previously served as a United States Navy officer and served during the Vietnam War and in the Mediterranean region.

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