The Saint of Dragons: Samurai - Jason Hightman Reviews
Description:ISBN 0007159099 / Author: Jason Hightman / Genre: Sci-Fi / Fantasy / Exotic adventure and nonstop action explode as West meets East in this second breathtaking story of The Saint of Dragons. Dragons revel in human misery and leave a trail of pain and death wherever they go. ... more
The Saint of Dragons: Samurai - Jason Hightman ... They live alone, masquerading as their victims, unrecognisable to all but a select few. Simon St. George is back, and still learning to live with his father - brash Aldric St. George. But, just as he is getting used to the security of a new family, as well as continuing to learn the business of dragonhunting, he finds out another shocking revelation - he is not the last of the dragonhunters.
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