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Book Review: The Adamantine Palace

The Adamantine Palace by Stephen Deas

Once dragons ruled and humans hide in fear. Then humans learned how to control dragons and now the once feared creatures are riding animals and tokens in diplomatic power plays.

As a bevy of spoilt selfish royal brats fight over how to seize the spoils of their fat Empire, they fail to notice that one dragon has remembered what its kind once were and can be again.

This is a good story of a completely unredeemable Prince, two ambitious Queens, a dumb Princess and a hungry dragon. However the royal brats can be such selfish, self obsessed twits who do nothing but play Machiavellian games of one upmanship, you long for them to become dragon chow.
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