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DOOM OF THE DRAGON by Margaret Weis and Tracy Hickman Has a Beautiful Cover

Check out the aweesome Michael Komarck cover for the final volume of Margaret Weis’ and Tracy Hickman’s Dragonships of Vindras series: Doom of the Dragon, hitting shelves in January 2016.

Here’s the synopsis of the book – larger cover follows:

In three previous novels, Skylan Ivorson overcame obstacles that would have defeated a lesser man, rising from obscurity to become the Chief of Chiefs of the fearsome Vindrasi who sail their living dragonships far and wide to raid and plunder for the glory of the gods. However, a cruel twist of fate struck him down before he and his beloved could complete their quest for the five sacred dragonbones that would summon the great dragon Ilyrion and save their people from destruction at the hands of an evil god. But even true death is denied him, and his destiny is unfulfilled.

Caught between life and death, he must lead those who journeyed with him to battle the evil god and the vast army of the god and his human emperor. Skylan must fight as he never has before to win back his life and his love, while seeking the last Spiritbone–the key to summoning the ultimate victory–before it can be snatched away by the forces of evil.

Weis and Hickman have crafted a pulse-pounding fantasy adventure that brings this great saga to a rousing, satisfying conclusion that will stir the passions of their legions of fans.

Book info as per Amazon US [Also available via Amazon UK]:

  • Series: Dragonships of Vindras (Book 4)
  • Hardcover: 400 pages
  • Publisher: Tor Books (January 5, 2016)
  • ISBN-10: 0765319764
  • ISBN-13: 978-0765319760
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1 Comment on DOOM OF THE DRAGON by Margaret Weis and Tracy Hickman Has a Beautiful Cover

  1. This is one series I really need to catch up on. Like most, I cut my fantasy teeth on their Dragonlance novels, and thoroughly enjoyed their Death Gate Cycle as well.

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