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The Dragon Knight (1990)

by Gordon R. Dickson

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Series: Dragon Knight (2)

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This is the sequel to the excellent 'The Dragon and the George'. Once again, Sir James the dragon must fend off the plots of Evil. James and some of his companions from the first book, including Aargh the English Wolf (a very sarcastic character) are off on adventures again.
The first book is a fantasy classic, and this is almost as good, though a bit long. ( )
  Karlstar | Nov 4, 2009 |
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This book is dedicated to Dave Wixon, for a great deal of effort on a great many books besides this one.
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It was a frosty March morning just at daybreak in the Malencontri woods, which with a name like that should have been somewhere in France or Italy, but were actually in England.
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The victim of a series of transformations, twentieth-century American mathematician Jim Eckert struggles to control his magical abilities as a dragon and to learn his knightly responsibilities as a fourteenth-century English baron.

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