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This edition published in by Del Rey

Written in English

294 pages

Brak just wanted to help Ingvold, the elfin girl who was cursed by the witch-queen Hjordis to act as a hag. He never expected his efforts to lead him through a strange gate to the world of the Alfar, where the dark elves were fighting to destroy all the light elves. As a humble thrall, he had no business there. But he was trapped. Ingvold had given him the dragon's heart, the only hope the light elves had to summon aid from the Rhybus. He could not let that fall into the hands of Hjordis or Myrkjartan, the dreadful necromancer who was mustering armies of the dead against all that was good in the world. Betrayed by the wiles of the wizard Skalgr, Brak struggled to master the magic of the dragon's heart and recover the weapons of power that would, perhaps, bring victory to Ingvold and her people. It was too much, even for a hero. And Brak was no hero!

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Cover of: The thrall and the dragon's heart
Cover of: The Thrall and the Dragon's Heart
The Thrall and the Dragon's Heart
March 12, 1986, Del Rey
Mass Market Paperback in English
Cover of: The Thrall and the Dragon's Heart
The Thrall and the Dragon's Heart
June 12, 1983, Del Rey
Mass Market Paperback in English
Cover of: The Thrall and the Dragon's Heart
The Thrall and the Dragon's Heart
August 12, 1982, Del Rey
Mass Market Paperback in English

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The Thrall and the Dragon's Heart

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Brak just wanted to help Ingvold, the elfin girl who was cursed by the witch-queen Hjordis to act as a hag. He never expected his efforts to lead him through a strange gate to the world of the Alfar, where the dark elves were fighting to destroy all the light elves. As a humble thrall, he had no business there. But he was trapped. Ingvold had given him the dragon's heart, the only hope the light elves had to summon aid from the Rhybus. He could not let that fall into the hands of Hjordis or Myrkjartan, the dreadful necromancer who was mustering armies of the dead against all that was good in the world. Betrayed by the wiles of the wizard Skalgr, Brak struggled to master the magic of the dragon's heart and recover the weapons of power that would, perhaps, bring victory to Ingvold and her people. It was too much, even for a hero. And Brak was no hero!

The Thrall and the Dragon's Heart

This edition published in by Del Rey


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Mass Market Paperback
Number of pages
294

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OL10683901M
Internet Archive
thralldragon00boye
ISBN 10
0345302362
ISBN 13
9780345302366
Library Thing
158825
Goodreads
2103917

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