Glass Dragons (The Moonworlds Saga, Book 2)

Glass Dragons (The Moonworlds Saga, Book 2)

Sean McMullen

Synopsis of Glass Dragons (The Moonworlds Saga, Book 2)

The Shadowmoon is a small, unobtrusive schooner whose passengers and crew are much more than they seem: Ferran, the Shadowmoon's lusty captain who dreams of power; Roval, the warrior-sorcerer; Velander and Terikel, priestesses of a nearly extinct sect; and the chivalrous vampire Laron, who has been trapped in a teenage, body for seven hundred years.

When they learn of the awful power of Silverdeath, an uncontrollable doomsday weapon, they realize they must act fast; every king, emperor, and despot covets Silverdeath's power. It will take more than a little luck to prevent one of these power-hungry fools from destroying the world.

Their only advantage? The Shadowmoon. For while it seems to be little more that a small trading vessel--too small for battle, too fat for speed-it is actually one of the most sophisticated vessels in the world, one that can travel to places no others would dare. But will it be enough to prevent Silverdeath from raining destruction across the entire world?

Reviews of Glass Dragons (The Moonworlds Saga, Book 2)


Had I not read and vastly enjoyed Voyage of the Shadowmoon previously, I might've had no quibbles with Glass Dragons, since it is indeed a captivating and unique blend of fantasy, comedy, cloak and dagger, sword and sorcery, blood and thunder and almost any other pair of linked icons you care to name. -- Paul Di Filippo,

Fans of satirical epic fantasy will appreciate this wild ride. -- Harriet Klausner,