The Dragon's Child [hardcover] by Janeen Webb

Product Code: 978-1-786363-19-0
The Dragon's Child [hardcover] by Janeen Webb
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Brand: PS Publishing
Condition: New
Weight: 0.275kg
FANTASY Novella - Unsigned Jacketed Hardcover. A signed and numbered edition limited to 100 copies is also available.


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A NOVELLA by Janeen Webb
COVER ART Greg Bridges


Unsigned Jacketed Hardcover — ISBN 978-1-786363-19-0 [£15]
100 numbered Jacketed Hardcover signed by Janeen Web  — ISBN 978-1-786363-20-6 [£25]



Meet the shapeshifting dragons of Hong Kong. Adept at passing for human, they are the kind of dragons you'd find at a Gatsby party—charming, sophisticated, glamorous, outrageously wealthy—and utterly ruthless.
Nothing, it seems, can challenge their privileged lives—until Lady Feng leaves one of her eggs to be raised by human foster parents in a remote mountain village.
The dragon child hatches. Born with dragon power, raised with human emotion, this child is trouble. And his powers are growing . . .


Janeen Webb is a multiple award winning author, editor and critic who has written or edited ten books and over a hundred essays and stories. Her short story collection Death At The Blue Elephant was short listed for the 2015 World Fantasy Award. She is a recipient of the World Fantasy Award, the Peter MacNamara SF Achievement Award, the Aurealis Award, and the Ditmar Award. She holds a PhD in literature from the University of Newcastle and divides her time between Melbourne and a small farm overlooking the sea near Wilson’s Promontory, Australia.
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Jonathan Olsson
- Stockholm, Sweden
5 Stars

Amazing story

I really liked this book. Amazing story and crash between human and dragon ways of emotions and how they use them. Scared for the ones around the creepy, angry main just waiting for things to explode. Good writing, cool story and I'm looking forward reading it's continuation.