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Dragon Creed
Susie Hawes
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Dragon Creed

really liked it 4.0  ·  Rating Details ·  7 Ratings  ·  3 Reviews

"Susie Hawes has a light touch and comic sensibility! By the time I reached the end I wanted to start reading it over!" writes Zara Baxter of Andromeda Spaceways Inflight Magazine. You will discover what Zara Baxter was raving about when you read this first of a delightful quartet of very different dragon novels. When you're the only dragon in a country where magic is ille

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Published (first published February 22nd 2007)
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Andrea Allison
Aug 22, 2010 Andrea Allison rated it liked it
Recommends it for: Anyone
Recommended to Andrea by: Susie Hawes
Farquarte found himself as an apprentice without a mentor. As a last resort to save himself from starvation, he turned to the only dragon in the country. Old, lonely and crippled, Fechum the dragon reluctantly took him on for odd jobs around his cave. Rules and regulations concerning magical creatures (and to save his own skin from execution) led to Farquarte making the jump from human to dragon in human form. Then, his desires became the same as any Reptilians An act of ...more
Tom Johnson
Mar 21, 2016 Tom Johnson rated it it was amazing
“Dragons, Elves, and Shape-shifters, and loads of Fun.”

When city officials hang his master, Mordo the Magician, his apprentice 15-year-old Farquarte the Orphan, is unable to find work. With nowhere else to turn, he heads for Fechum the Dragon’s mountain lair, where he hopes to learn magic from the old dragon. Fechum isn’t too keen on the idea at first, threatening to eat him instead. But with more problems arising from the government authorities of Krugerville, the dragon decides to keep the you
W. Tinkanesh
Apr 18, 2016 W. Tinkanesh rated it really liked it
Farquate the orphan is 15 when the wizard he is apprenticing with is arrested for practicing magic and executed by the King’s guards. Starving and desperate, he climbs Dragon Mountain (more like a hill) and begs Fechum the Dragon to take him on as an apprentice. Out of boredom and curiosity, Fechum agrees.

DRAGON CREED is written with great humour, often absurd, that reminded of Terry Pratchet. Susie Hawes created a world where Fechum is the last Dragon, Dwarves and Elves live on reservations, an
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