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by Christopher Jacobsmeyer,T. L. Barrett
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Short Stories & Anthologies
  • Author:
    Christopher Jacobsmeyer,T. L. Barrett
  • ISBN:
    1450564909
  • ISBN13:
    978-1450564908
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  • Publisher:
    CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform (February 1, 2010)
  • Pages:
    266 pages
  • Subcategory:
    Short Stories & Anthologies
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    4.1
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Kings of the Realm: A Dr. .has been added to your Cart. Christopher Jacobsmeyer pulls off a marvelous feat with this dragon anthology. In compiling stories to publish, one can easily create a collection so diversified it pleases no one or so focused it pleases only one audience.

Kings of the Realm: A Dr. Somewhere in the middle there is a balance that will please the majority-and Christopher Jacobsmeyer has achieved this with Kings of the Realms. The first is told from the dragon's point of view and about the choice she must make about what kind of creature to be.

Kings Of The Realm book. Chrystalla Thoma, . Kings Of The Realm: A Dragon Anthology. Barrett (Goodreads Author) (Contributor). Leslie Dawn Nash (contributor). Olivia Berrier (Goodreads Author) (Contributor). Barrett, David Perlmutter, Mike Barretta, Jonathan Shipley, Gerald Warfield, and introducing the talent of Ryan & Rachel Wallis.

Dragons are the focus here, and stories range in genres from fantasy and sci-fi to horror and mystery.

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Kings Of The Realm was his second compiled anthology.

Chris Jacobsmeyer is an avid writer and has only recently burst onto the horror scene. His pen and paper addiction is supported by his loving wife, and his thoughtful daughters grace his work with little scribbles of their own. Cats glare at him from the shadows, wondering when they will get his attention for a change. Kings Of The Realm was his second compiled anthology. Learn about new offers and get more deals by joining our newsletter.

The Story of the Book of Kings is one of the Lost books of the Old Testament. The book is described in 2 Chronicles 24:27. The passage reads: "Now concerning his sons, and the greatness of the burdens laid upon him, and the repairing of the house of God, behold, they are written in the story of the book of the kings. And Amaziah his son reigned in his stead. This book is sometimes called Midrash on the Book of Kings.

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Book 12 in the Big Bad Wolf spinoff series, The Kings. by Heather Killough-Walden. The girl looked up at her and could obviously smell the dragon in her, because her expression was that of someone who instantly knew the person in front of them had something in common with them. She smiled hopefully and said, You play League of Legends? Eva shrugged.

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Baumer, Rob Rosen, Olivia Berrier, William Wood, Wol-vriey, David Tallerman, Martin Turton, Thom Olausson, Mark Keigley, Carole Hall, Sue Babcock, Christopher Jacobsmeyer, Alva J. Enter the sum. Related Archive Books.

Dragons have terrorized and delighted humans for centuries-continue the tradition with Dracopedia. Robert Barrett, master fine artist, instructor and university professor, re-creates his studio class on the pages of this book. Inside, you'll find a complete introduction to life drawing. It's packed with inspiration for putting "fierce" into your fantasy art, as well as the facts to keep your dragons true to life. Dracopedia - A Guide to Drawing the Dragons o. You'll learn not only how to accurately portray the figure, but also how to bring life and personality to your drawing subjects.

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Dragons are the focus here, and stories range in genres from fantasy and sci-fi to horror and mystery. Thirty-seven stories and poems from Kristin Aune, John C. Mannone, Gerald Costlow, Erin Kinch, Jordan Fuselier-Gardner, John "JAM" Arthur Miller, Richard Mandrachio, Sean Monaghan, Karl Rademacher, Deborah Walker, Jennifer R. Baumer, Rob Rosen, Olivia Berrier, William Wood, Wol-vriey, David Tallerman, Martin Turton, Thom Olausson, Mark Keigley, Carole Hall, Sue Babcock, Christopher Jacobsmeyer, Alva J. Roberts, J.S. Watts, Dawn Hullender, Chrystalla Thoma, T.L. Barrett, David Perlmutter, Mike Barretta, Jonathan Shipley, Gerald Warfield, and introducing the talent of Ryan & Rachel Wallis.

Dog_Uoll
dragons, eh? Well, why not? This is the first time I read a collection of short stories with dragons, and I was amazed, drawn into this fictional world even more deeply with every new story! The story I most appreciated was the one by Chrystalla Thoma, which is very well-written even for a non-native speaker of English. This story incorporates a transformation, a theme which I particularly appreciate. But all the 37 stories are worth reading. Dragons it is, then.
Dagdalas
Christopher Jacobsmeyer pulls off a marvelous feat with this dragon anthology. In compiling stories to publish, one can easily create a collection so diversified it pleases no one or so focused it pleases only one audience. Somewhere in the middle there is a balance that will please the majority--and Christopher Jacobsmeyer has achieved this with Kings of the Realms.

My two favorite stories were When Dragons Can't Fly and Old Man's Christmas. The first is told from the dragon's point of view and about the choice she must make about what kind of creature to be. The second is about an aging wizard who seeks out a pet at the local shelter and takes home an aging dragon. Other favorites included humorous stories such as Reluctant Dragon and Goblin Hero. I also liked the stories that read like fairy tales such as The Bargain or contained a moral such as School Spirit and Kicking up Dust. Last, I appreciated the inclusion of two stories by young writers.

My least favorite stories were serious tales about wizards, swords, dragons, and battles. I also didn't care for the stories with political messages, especially as those tended to revolve around tough men with little personality. However, these stories would probably appeal to hard-core fantasy fans. Only two stories really turned me off. One included a character whose manner of speech did not fit with the rest of the story, and the other included a surprise ending that seemed forced.

This anthology included submissions from new and established writers. While I appreciated the opportunity to learn about them through their bios, I would have liked more consistency in their profiles. Some authors shared their passions, while others shared a list of what seemed like every story they had written. I always enjoy learning about how authors came up with their ideas, and so this might have enhanced my reading experience.

These nitpicky points however have nothing to do with the quality of the stories. I encourage anyone who likes dragon stories to pick up this collection. Even those who, like me, have never read very few before before should find some tales that grab you. In between the stories I loved and hated were a huge range of stories that sometimes enthralled me and sometimes bored me, but most of which I liked. There really is something in here for everyone.
Preve
This is a superb collection of 37 stories and poems featuring dragons. It is one of the most engrossing books I have ever read, each story pulling you further and further into the world of the Dragon.

My favourite story by far is "The Dragon and The Maiden" by Richard Mandrachio, a comedic tale of Sir Gwynne the Gallant's quest to rescue the Fair Maiden Damsella from the clutches of the rhyming dragon Rappin Ray.

I can thoroughly recommend this book. There is something for everyone in this anthology from SF to fantasy to horror; dragons of every hue from grey to purple; Zombies, Warriors and Wizards; young and old.