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Dragonfall Mountain

by Paul Collins and Sean McMullen

When two of Australia’s most popular fantasy authors collaborate, The Warlock’s Child weaves a new and exciting brand of magic.

The Invincible has been attacked, and all seems lost. Dantar’s only escape from his enemies is through the foul-smelling sewers of Savaria. Velza’s plans to save him are soon thwarted by three enormous dragons threatening to set fire to the city. Can Dantar and Velza deliver the city from danger?

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ISBN: 9781925000931

Publication date: May 2015 (Order now!)

Extent: 90 pages

Format: B format paperback

Price: AUD$12.95

Category: Fantasy

Age guide: 10+

More from these Authors

In this series:

The Burning Sea

The Iron Claw

 

Paul Collins:

Dragonfang

Dragonlinks

Dragonsight

Wardragon

Mole Hunt

Dyson's Drop

The Only Game in the Galaxy

The Earthborn

The Skyborn

The Hiveborn

Cyberskin

The Government in Exile

Quentaris: The Spell of Undoing

The Glasshouse

 

Sean McMullen:

Before the Storm

Changing Yesterday

The Ancient Hero (Quentaris Chronicles)

Souls in the Great Machine

Voyage of the Shadowmoon

The Time Engine

The Miocene Arrow

Glass Dragons

Voidfarer

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About the Authors

PaulCollins 

Paul Collins has written many books for young adults. He is best known for his fantasy and science fiction titles in The Jelindel Chronicles and The Quentaris Chronicles. The Earthborn Wars trilogy was published by Tor in the US. Paul has many strings to his bow. He’s been an agent, publisher, writer and editor. Paul has been short-listed for many awards and has won the Inaugural Peter McNamara, A Bertram Chandler, Aurealis and William Atheling awards.

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SeanMcMullen

Sean McMullen sold his first stories in the late 1980s and has become one of Australia's top Science Fiction and Fantasy authors. In the late 90s he established himself in the American market, and his work has been translated into Polish, French, Japanese and other languages.The settings for Sean's work range from the Roman Empire, through Medieval Europe, to cities of the distant future. His work is a mixture of romance, invention and adventure, while populated by strange but dynamic characters. His novelette Eight Miles was runner-up in the 2011 Hugo Awards and his next novelette Ninety Thousand Horses won the Analog Readers' Award in 2013. 

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