Item description for Erien Tales Book One: The Dragon Prince by Terri Pray...
The Dragon Prince is an adventure, romance and delightful fantasy. The Lady Orent adds humorous relief with her witty inner dialogue with the prince and an elegant element of fantasy to this tale of magic and romance.
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 9" Width: 6" Height: 0.25" Weight: 0.41 lbs.
Release Date Aug 1, 2005
Publisher Final Sword Productions
ISBN 1934153540 ISBN13 9781934153543
Availability 82 units. Availability accurate as of Oct 25, 2016 01:58.
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Reviews - What do customers think about Erien Tales Book One: The Dragon Prince?
A definite Must Read! Jan 7, 2005
I bought the book already knowing that Terri is a wonderful writer. She's kept me entranced in a number of her stories. When this came in the mail I sat down to read it and couldn't put it down until I'd finished the book! Then I turned around and read it a second time a few days later. It's a book you can read over and over again and lose yourself in a whole nother world. I can't wait for Book 2 to come out. Terri Pray has a gift of telling a story that incites your imagination and your romantic side all at the same time.
There's passion, drama and peril in The Dragon Prince Oct 17, 2004
The Dragon Prince is Rhodan, heir to the dragon throne, a rascal of a man, carefree and a bit rebellious of the demands his station in life places upon him. The dragon is one Lady Orent, Blood Royal of the Blacks, a thoroughly enjoyable reptile with enough power to back up her attitude. She's more than a little dangerous, and a wonderful addition to any novel. The heroine is Riana, part "Fae", a beautiful young woman with powers she can't understand or control, and enough intelligence and temper to make things interesting. Unfortunately, the heroine's sister, Arinnana, wants Rhodan for herself. She is vile and crafty, and capable of stirring up enough trouble to keep Rhodan and Riana apart. On the eve of their meeting she engineers a kidnapping, setting off a series of events that ultimately costs her soul, and brings Rhodan and Riana together. Of course, there's passion, drama and peril along the way. The dangers are real in this story, and the heroic characters aren't always presented with an easy out. When these characters are afraid, there's a reason. There's plenty of steam in the romance, as well. Be careful while reading this, btw, my pc was in distinct danger of overheating. We're introduced to most of the main characters fairly quickly, and the author looses no time setting atmosphere, showing the plot and defining the basic conflict in the novel. This book has all the ingredients of a good read. The characterization is rich, with fun, lively people and a dragon that is, well, priceless. If attitude and intelligence are your thing, you will like this black dragon. The heroine is fiery, the hero is strong and smart and the supporting characters are well drawn. Evil has a capital E in this novel. Arinana, obsessed with winning the heart of Rhodan, even though he can't stand her. She'll make that decision for him, since he doesn't seem to know what's good for him. She'll do whatever it takes to gain her objective, even if it means selling her soul to the Lord of Hatred. Her mother is a piece of work, too, all creepy and corrupted. Wicked henchmen do their bidding, while plotting to advance their own agenda, but they can't reach the level of baseness the novel's main villanesses revel in. There's humor, drama and foul bad guys, magic a plenty and friendships that grow. We meet a lonely pirate with a heart of gold and a race of magical beings who are every bit as elegant and mysterious as you could hope for. Even the world these people live in becomes a part of the story, with tumultuous storms and violent seas, rolling pasturelands and windswept castles. The golden sunlight flickers along the horizon. Clouds chase each other across the sky. You can see this world; hear, feel and taste it. There's elemental power in this world that not only affects the lives of these characters but that, at times, can be controlled by the heroine. There's mystery, danger, and hope for the people who live here. It's a world you care about. On the down side, the sentence structure is a bit troublesome, with run on and incomplete sentences muddling the otherwise crisp writing. The punctuation could be a bit more polished. It's a small setback, but it does flaw the book. I have to give it a 4, for the sentence structure and punctuation problems, which slow the read down, but I would definitely recommend Dragon Prince. Dragon Prince, by Terri Pray, is well worth the price of admission.