Red Dragon Codex

Red Dragon Codex
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Series: The Dragon Codices, Book 1
Genre: Novels
Tag: Young Adult
Publisher: Mirrorstone
Publication Year: January 2008
Format: Hardcover
Length: 256
ASIN: 0786949252
ISBN: 0786949252

From Wizards.com: Dear Reader, In my cozy library alcove, I never realized the peril that could befall a traveler in the mountains -- or even a quiet villager, minding her own business. Then I read Sindri Suncatcher's A Practical Guide to Dragons and I just had to find out more about dragonkind. In my research, I discovered this true tale of an evil red dragon who plots revenge, kidnaps a seer, and sets a young boy named Mudd on a rescue mission. I hope you find as much thrilling enjoyment from it as I did. Your humble servant, R.D. Henham Scribe in the Great Library of Palanthas

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From Wizards.com: Dear Reader, In my cozy library alcove, I never realized the peril that could befall a traveler in the mountains — or even a quiet villager, minding her own business. Then I read Sindri Suncatcher’s A Practical Guide to Dragons and I just had to find out more about dragonkind. In my research, I discovered this true tale of an evil red dragon who plots revenge, kidnaps a seer, and sets a young boy named Mudd on a rescue mission. I hope you find as much thrilling enjoyment from it as I did. Your humble servant, R.D. Henham Scribe in the Great Library of Palanthas.

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Catalog #: 216227200
Print Edition: 1st
Timeline: Unknown

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