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The Adamantine Palace by Stephen Deas
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Feb 03, 11

Read in January, 2011 — I own a copy, read count: 1

Well this was different. A story told from many perspectives, making it more or less difiicult to understand who the story revolves around. It has a different way at looking at dragons, powerful and only submitting to humans by force, by making them dumber and removing their ability to think by themselves with the help of a potion. Removing the potion and the whole clever and dangerous dragon is loose. At the same time the story is centered around politics and manipulating people, in a world of kings and queens.

Somehow this story is different and kind of difficult to grasp and to get into. And in the end it feels like the story has gotten nowhere and gone in circles, accomplishing nothing and only creating a background for further novels, which you want to read after this uncomplete book.
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Reading Progress

01/31/2011 page 234
59.0% "I think I've finally realised who the protagonist is!"

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