The Dragon Lords 2: False Idols
By Jon Hollins
Read by John Banks
Epic fantasy with an irresistible hook: a ragtag group of adventurers who stole a dragon's gold find themselves unlikely figureheads of an anti-dragon revolution. If you like the fantasy adventure of movies such as The Hobbit or the wisecracking misfits of Guardians of the Galaxy, you'll love this series
'Jon Hollins is a one-of-a-kind storyteller, a master of epic fun and nonstop action' Nicholas Eames, author of Kings of the Wyld
A heist story with a difference: Guardians of the Galaxy meets The Hobbit in this rollicking fantasy adventure.
The Dragons who once ruled over the land are dead. The motley crew that stole the dragons' gold and stumbled through a revolution are rich, and praised as saviors. Everyone gets to live happily ever after, right?
Well, it might have worked out that way if the dragons in Kondorra had been the only ones. If they hadn't been just the tip of the spear about to fall upon the whole world . . .
The Dragon Lords: False Idols combines non-stop action, death-defying adventure and a never-before-assembled cast of wisecracking misfits. This series is a worthy addition to every fantasy lover's horde.
Jon Hollins is a pseudonym.
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29 Aug 2017
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Ideal for fans of humorous capers and heist stories - such as Ocean's Eleven, Scott Lynch's Gentleman Bastard Sequence series and Lois McMaster Bujold's Vorkosigan Saga — Booklist
So freaking hilarious . . . fast paced, hard to put down and incredibly entertaining with some truly memorable characters — Reality’s a Bore
Unlike other books which contain a rag-tag gaggle of wacky adventure types, this book is actually good. And I mean, really really good — Tiny Reviews
Hollins's seat-of-the-pants fantasy comedy snowballs wildly into a glorious disaster of fire, magic, multiple threats to people's intestines, and fun-for the reader, if not the characters . . . a dragon's hoard for any fan of comic fantasy — Publishers Weekly
As a stand-alone novel, it's extremely satisfying; as the beginning of a proposed series, it promises excitement and thrills for years to come. Highly recommended — FantasyLiterature.com
Humor, action, snappy dialogue, and creative solutions to unusual problems . . . in this quirky tale, it's the infighting and the unforeseen circumstances that makes things so entertaining — Bibliosanctum