Brass Dragon Codex

Brass Dragon Codex
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Series: The Dragon Codices, Book 4
Genre: Novels
Tag: Young Adult
Publisher: Mirrorstone
Publication Year: February 2009
Format: Hardcover
Length: 256
ASIN: 0786951087
ISBN: 0786951087

Mourning the loss of his parents, orphaned baby brass dragon Kyani ventures out into the desert to find something to eat, and finds a gnome named Hector instead. When he saves Hector from certain death by giant centipede, he thinks he's found a friend for life.

Hector is not so sure he wants a chatty, hungry brass dragon following his every move. But with a group of Solamnic knights and a settlement of dwarves ready to go to blows over the marvelous invention Hector guards with his life -and a thief stalking that very device -he may need the help that only a fun-loving brass dragon can provide.

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Mourning the loss of his parents, orphaned baby brass dragon Kyani ventures out into the desert to find something to eat, and finds a gnome named Hector instead. When he saves Hector from certain death by giant centipede, he thinks he’s found a friend for life.

Hector is not so sure he wants a chatty, hungry brass dragon following his every move. But with a group of Solamnic knights and a settlement of dwarves ready to go to blows over the marvelous invention Hector guards with his life -and a thief stalking that very device -he may need the help that only a fun-loving brass dragon can provide.

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  • Memorable Quotes

    The child’s name is Verminaard. For he is vermin, dwelling in darkness and filth like his damned father.

    — Daeghrefn, Before the Mask