Sequel to Dragon Slippers continues the fairy-tale adventures of Creel, an orphan who escaped coldhearted relatives and, with the help of new dragon friends, found a new life as a talented seamstress in the city. Creel grows restless with her sewing business and jumps at another opportunity for magical adventure when her country is threatened by a war led by an evil dragon.
Classic tale of telepathic, teleporting dragons and the humans who bond with them for life. Dragonriders used to be trained to fight “Thread,” a deadly airborne organism that kills living things on contact, to keep their communities safe. But the traditions are dying out, because no Thread has fallen for hundreds of years; when it suddenly reappears, it is up to Lessa to rediscover the true abilities of dragons. Once you visit Pern, you’ll want to go back again and again.
Book 1 in the Dragonriders of Pern series.
After 14 years as a slave girl, Kale is free, because of a dragon's egg. Since she found it, the village elders have decided that she must present herself and the egg to the great wizards of the walled city of Vendela, where she expects to become a servant of Paladin, the earthly representative of Wulder, supreme being of Amara. Her journey is interrupted by ogres and along the way she discovers more dragon eggs. Two of her eggs hatch on the way and become her constant companions. To them, Kale is much more than just a slave girl–she is the last of the great Allerion dragon-keepers.
Sequels: Dragonquest, Dragonknight, Dragonfire
Having reluctantly accompanied his mother and pesky younger sister to Oxford, where his mother is doing scholarly research, Blake stumbles across an ancient and magical book, secretly brought to England in 1453 by Gutenberg's mute apprentice to save it from evil forces, and which now draws Blake into a dangerous and life-threatening quest. Did we mention, only Blake can see the writing in this book?