Blood of an Exile (Dragons of Terra #1) (Paperback)
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This is book number 1 in the Dragons of Terra series.
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2019 Kirkus Reviews Best Books of the Year
First in the Dragons of Terra series, Brian Naslund's Blood of an Exile is a fast-paced adventure perfect for comic readers and fans of heroic fantasy
Bershad stands apart from the world, the most legendary dragonslayer in history, both revered and reviled.
Once, he was Lord Silas Bershad, but after a disastrous failure on the battlefield he was stripped of his titles and sentenced to one violent, perilous hunt after another. Now he lives only to stalk dragons, slaughter them, collect their precious oil, and head back into the treacherous wilds once more. For years, death was his only chance to escape. But that is about to change.
The king who sentenced Bershad to his fate has just given him an unprecedented chance at redemption. Kill a foreign emperor and walk free forever.
The journey will take him across dragon-infested mountains, through a seedy criminal underworld, and into a forbidden city guarded by deadly technology.
But the links of fate bind us all.
Dragons of Terra Series
Blood of an Exile
Sorcery of a Queen
About the Author
Brian Naslund had a brief stint in the New York publishing world but quickly defected to tech in Denver where he does internet marketing. He is the author of Blood of an Exile.
"Part Game of Thrones, part superhero epic, Blood of an Exile is a cinematic fantasy whirlwind" —Sebastien de Castell
“A page-turning, action-packed tale full of memorable characters, set within a world full of dragons . . . It doesn't get much cooler than this" —John Gwynne
"Exciting, epic and wonderfully told, full of subtle humour and laugh laugh-out-loud lines" — Angus Watson
"A fast, fun fantasy full of dragons and traitors, humor and bloody action." —Django Wexler
"A page-turning, edge-of-your-seat read that breathes new (fiery) life into dragon mythology." —Kirkus
"Bershad is both cantankerously funny and endearingly human." —Library Journal