The Dragon and the Gnarly King

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Dragon Knight #7

Gordon R. Dickson

My rating: 3 of 5 stars

 

I kept getting muddled with the abrupt changes in either characters, viewpoints or times.

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The Dragon and the Djinn

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Dragon Knight #6

Gordon R. Dickson

My rating: 4 of 5 stars

 

Dragon-wizard dude goes to the middle east, and inexplicably is an accomplished magician. Lots of eye-rolling and complete and utter dis-belief went on on my part as the reader, but I still had a thoroughly enjoyable time.

Maybe because Carolinus wasn’t along?

The Dragon, the Earl and the Troll

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Dragon Knight #5

Gordon R. Dickson

My rating: 3 of 5 stars

 

I liked this the most of the Dragon stories so far. The beginning was a little weird, but I rather enjoyed the whole story and Jim pretty much stopped whining.
And we got to see some of Jim and Angie together, which was nice as Angie has pretty much been a stage prop in the storyline so far.

The Dragon on the Border

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The Dragon on the Border
Dragon Knight #3
by Gordon R. Dickson
Ebook, 488 Pages
My rating: 3 of 5 stars

James the Magic Dragon, [insert the rest of the stupid Puff the Magic dragon song here].

things are starting to go stale for me. James and Co have to go battle the forces of evil, yet again, without real aid from his Wizard Mentor and save the day with Brit cunning and 21st century know-how.
And the humor was gone. The first book was funny. Nothing here was funny. And the constant worrying about drinking wine all the time is getting old. Deal with it.

It was still a cool story, with practically invincible invisible enemies, and another worm to fight.