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by Gordon R. Dickson

  • ISBN: 0441002978
  • Subcategory: Literature
  • Author: Gordon R. Dickson
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Ace Hardcover; 1st edition (January 1, 1996)
  • Pages: 394
  • ePub book: 1921 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1576 kb
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  • Rating: 4.3
  • Votes: 848

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Home Gordon R. Dickson The Dragon and the Djinn. In his large dragon body, with its much higher mass-to-surface ratio than that of his human one, he was not bothered by the cold.

Home Gordon R. The dragon and the djinn, . Heat would have been something else again. He had almost melted down trying to walk through the summer heat in the middle part of France as a dragon, a couple of years ago; and the rush of cold air about him now was only pleasant.

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Gordon Rupert Dickson (November 1, 1923 – January 31, 2001) was a Canadian-American science fiction writer. He was inducted into the Science Fiction and Fantasy Hall of Fame in 2000. Dickson was born in Edmonton, Alberta, in 1923

Gordon Rupert Dickson (November 1, 1923 – January 31, 2001) was a Canadian-American science fiction writer. Dickson was born in Edmonton, Alberta, in 1923. After the death of his father, he moved with his mother to Minneapolis, Minnesota, in 1937. He served in the United States Army, from 1943 to 1946, and received a Bachelor of Arts from the University of Minnesota, in 1948

Gordon R. Dickson continues his acclaimed saga of a 20th-century American transformed into a Dragon Knight-and transported into a fantastic medieval adventure! The Dragon Knight's journey to the Holy Land is supposed to b. .

Gordon R. Dickson continues his acclaimed saga of a 20th-century American transformed into a Dragon Knight-and transported into a fantastic medieval adventure! The Dragon Knight's journey to the Holy Land is supposed to be a simple quest.

Dragon and the Djinn. Gordon R. Dickson continues his acclaimed saga of a twentieth-century American transformed into a Dragon Knight – and transported into a fantastic medieval adventure!

Dragon and the Djinn. Dickson continues his acclaimed saga of a twentieth-century American transformed into a Dragon Knight – and transported into a fantastic medieval adventure! The Dragon Knights journey to the Holy Land is supposed to be a simple ques. ut pirates, sea giants, and the legendary Djinn threaten to make his voyage the most dangerous odyssey known to man – and dragon. Sci-fi & Fantasy Fantasy. To read this book, upload an EPUB or FB2 file to Bookmate.

The Dragon and the Djinn (1996) 387 pages by Gordon Dickson. Jim Eckert and his wife Angie get transported to a 14th century England where there is magic, talking Dragons and Wolves, etc. The series starts with The Dragon and the George where Jim has to save Angie from the Dark Forces at the Loathly tower. Dickson continues his spectacular saga of a twentieth-century American transformed into a Dragon . As the pair face pirates, sea giants, and the legendary Djinn, this 'simple' quest becomes the most dangerous odyssey the Dragon Knight has even undertaken

Gordon R. Dickson continues his spectacular saga of a twentieth-century American transformed into a Dragon Knight - and transported into a fantastic medieval adventure. As the pair face pirates, sea giants, and the legendary Djinn, this 'simple' quest becomes the most dangerous odyssey the Dragon Knight has even undertaken. For the Djinn hold more power over good and evil than even the most powerful magicians - including the Dragon Knight himself. Books related to The Dragon and the Djinn. The Five Senses Set. Andre Norton. Christopher Stasheff.

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Patrick Joya lifted his head to scan the southern sky and saw a dark bluish shape flicker against the clouds. Now the Dragon Knight must confront the three disas-ters that lie in wait for any visitor to the English Middle Ages: war, plague, and Plantagenets

Patrick Joya lifted his head to scan the southern sky and saw a dark bluish shape flicker against the clouds. Growing larger and larger the object undulated like a wide piece of cloth carried along on a moving current of water. He could hear the babble of voices around him swelling to a mounting groan of panic. Now the Dragon Knight must confront the three disas-ters that lie in wait for any visitor to the English Middle Ages: war, plague, and Plantagenets. The plague is caused by a covert invasion of shapechanging goblins who seek to take over the world.

An exciting fantasy adventure by a Hugo Award-winning author continues the story that began with The Dragon on the Border and The Dragon, the Earl, and the Troll.

Comments

ALAN ALAN
I'm a Gordon R. Dickson Dragon fan, starting from the first book, The Dragon and the George, received as a Science Fiction & Fantasy book club member back in the mid 70's. Since then, the characters have been developed even more with new adventures and characters. I have all 9 in the series and enjoyed them each and every one.

This story has Sir James embroiled with Sir Brian in the Middle East to help find Brian's fiancé's father, who apparently may have settled there after the Crusades, so Brian can get the blessing needed to get married to Geronde. There are skirmishes with pirates, battles with Djinn and other adventures.

It's a fun romp and a fast brain break read.

Because he tried to make them pretty much standalone, there is some review of the past, but not overdone, just enough as a setting for the new reader. But... I do suggest, if possible, to read the first book, "The Dragon and the George" to set the stage for the subsequent stories.

Repurchased this one as a Kindle book and am enjoying it again.

Mr. Dickson died much too soon and left an unfinished manuscript for what would have been the 10th in the series.
ndup ndup
Fascinating, informative, and entertaining. Assassins tried seven times to harm Queen Victoria. Each time, she turned their efforts into an opportunity to transform the British monarchy from the discredited shell she inherited into the institution it is today. Assassinations sound grim, but “Shooting Victoria” is a delightful and deeply researched history of the Victorian era that offers insights into a surprising range of topics, from corn laws to insanity law to treason law to politics to the royal household to Albert to Jumbo the elephant and far too much more to name. Highly recommended.
Whitemaster Whitemaster
This book is just as exciting as the others in the series but the characters tend to make you angry n this one. Finally, at the end, you find out why, and it is enjoyable!
Undeyn Undeyn
A good story that I was never able to predict. It took us into a different part of their world and looked at human nature. Better if you have read prior books in the series as they build one on the earlier one. Enjoy.
Nawenadet Nawenadet
Not Dickson's best series, though it's fun in its own way. A bit dated, as expected
Stylish Monkey Stylish Monkey
The Dragon Knight series by Gordon Dickson is just a pleasure to read--both subject and author are enjoyable. The stories hold up AS stories--the medieval fantasy aspect is just icing...
Gravelblade Gravelblade
It has been many years since first read and loved the books in this series. They have lost nothing over time.
Simply written with a nice story and good character development. Nice children's book and not bad even for adults