Item description for Father of Dragons (The Binding of the Blade, Book 4) by L. B. Graham...
Overview Malek has raised an army and is ready to unleash his forces against the population of Kirthanin. While desperate missions are undertaken to secure the safety of the Continent, Malek has one final score to settle. A boy with unusual powers now wields the staff of the great prophet Valzaan. The mission: to find the boy and destroy him. Meanwhile Aljeron embarks on a mission: to find the Father of Dragons. Finding the boy will seal Malek's victory, and finding the legendary dragon is the only hope for Kirthanin.
Publishers Description Aljeron and Valzaan journey to awaken the Father of Dragons, to enlist his aid and his children's aid against Malek's armies. The forces on both sides are being drawn together towards a great battle.
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Studio: P & R Publishing
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 8.94" Width: 6.62" Height: 1.28" Weight: 1.37 lbs.
Release Date Apr 1, 2007
Publisher P & R PUBLISHING #97
Series Binding Of The Blade
Series Number 4
ISBN 087552723X ISBN13 9780875527239
Availability 3 units. Availability accurate as of May 28, 2017 12:39.
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More About L. B. Graham
L.B. Graham writes contemporary adult fiction and fantasy/sci-fi. His novel "Beyond the Summerland" was a finalist for a Christy Award in 2005. Check out his website, www.lbgraham.com for more information on his previously published works and his forthcoming titles.
L. B. Graham currently resides in St. Louis, in the state of Missouri. L. B. Graham was born in 1971.
L. B. Graham has published or released items in the following series...
Reviews - What do customers think about Father of Dragons (The Binding of the Blade, Book 4)?
Excellent Jan 25, 2010
I received my products in a timely fashion and in excellent condition...I would certainly recommend this seller to others...Thank you and may God bless and prosper you.
A great fourth book! Sep 23, 2008
Father of Dragons was a great book. If anyone likes fantasy, they should read the series. It was surprising to find out who Aljeron and the group met along the way!
Can't wait for next one Aug 21, 2008
The lonely hero is about to die. The army is facing annihilation. And far off, wings of hope sped to the rescue. Can they get there in time? Is this a scene from Return of the King--or the ending of Father of Dragons? The fourth of five books in the series, Father of Dragons ends with a monstrous cliffhanger. But the book is more than just a buildup to All My Holy Mountain. With new characters introduced and old friends brought back, this book increases the stakes in the war for Kirthanin. As I finished it, I felt a strange excitement, a longing for the day when all things shall be made new.
Worst in the series Aug 9, 2008
The fourth book in the Binding of the Blade series opens to the dreary continent of Kirthanin, after the constant rains induced by the Bringer of Storms have finally ceased. After going on for half the book trying desperately to portray the feelings of each individual character (there are many), meeting an annoying old man in search for his family, moping a bit about how Benjiah is going to be killed, and walking halfway across the country, all your favorite characters are killed in a large (and dull) battle. Meanwhile, Aljernon succeeds in waking up the Father of Dragons and trudges slowly back across the mountains just in time to miss the huge battle that kills half of his friends. A supposedly heart-warming ending while Benjiah is about to be hung dooms this book to the basement forever. A grand, time-consuming waste of time action lovers will do good to stay away from.
Father of Dragons Mar 3, 2008
I absolutely loved this book. I think Graham has done an excellent job with this fourth in the series.