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Torbrek ... and the Dragon Variation

Torbrek and the Dragon Variation An adventure story with daring deeds dragons friends foes and romance and no darned elves When Tor saves the Princess from the terrifying fire breathing dragon and delivers her to the handsome kni

  • Title: Torbrek ... and the Dragon Variation
  • Author: Lexi Revellian
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 435
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • An adventure story with daring deeds, dragons, friends, foes and romance and no darned elves.When Tor saves the Princess from the terrifying, fire breathing dragon and delivers her to the handsome knight she is destined to marry, nothing is quite as it seems the dragon is overweight and hasn t breathed fire for years the Princess and her supposed suitor don t hit it ofAn adventure story with daring deeds, dragons, friends, foes and romance and no darned elves.When Tor saves the Princess from the terrifying, fire breathing dragon and delivers her to the handsome knight she is destined to marry, nothing is quite as it seems the dragon is overweight and hasn t breathed fire for years the Princess and her supposed suitor don t hit it off and Tor shouldn t be in the rebel cavalry at all because she s a woman disguised as a man Which doesn t help when she is attracted to a fellow soldierMeanwhile, studying the records of the legendary Hundred Knights, cold blooded agent Corfe unearths a secret about Tor that even she is unaware of, a secret that makes ruthless King Skardroft very interested in her, and will change the outcome of the battle for the kingdom.

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    About "Lexi Revellian"

    1. Lexi Revellian

      Remix is my third novel it s the story of Caz Tallis, who is startled one quiet Sunday morning to find a stranger asleep on her roof terraceI enjoy reading intelligent, pacey books with humour, and that s what I try to write I believe it s a crime to bore the reader.My day job using my real name, Lexi Dick is designing and making jewellery and silver I ve made pieces for Lady Thatcher, the Athenaeum and Her Majesty the Queen.

    696 Comments

    1. A well written, engaging, fantasy with a lot of familiar tropes but handled in a fresh, off-center style. Great characters and dialogue.


    2. Tor, short for Torbrek, or more accurately, Torbraya, since the main protagonist is a girl (no spoilers here,) was raised by her grandfather, Attalor, to become a Knight, one of the Hundred. They lived poor but proud, and Tor held the sword before she learned how to say "sword". Fast-forward to her 18th year, and we see her as a member of a rebel "Loyalist" army, serving in the cavalry, and hiding her gender.Tor goes on a quest to rescue a princess guarded by a fearsome dragon. Xantilor, the dra [...]


    3. I thought it was cute. I expected the humour to be a lot more ridiculous than it was. You know, a little Monty Python-like comedy. I would have been fine with that. I was up for a laugh. But I was pleasantly surprised to find that, though there was humour, there was also a solid story here. I also really enjoyed the fact that Tor was truly a strong female lead. So often female warriors in fantasy are described as well trained, ruthless soldiers but then are shown to actually be rather soft—des [...]


    4. This was a really pleasant surprise. I got it as a freebie in the early days of owning a Kindle and there it languished for sometime, as I find freebies tend to. A Fantasy genre-challenge inspired me to finally give it a go and I really enjoyed it. It is well written, entertaining and the story moved along nicely. The characters were, on the whole, well fleshed out - even the tyrant was given human qualities - and I loved the dragon. Some of the best dialogue in the book comes from him! Anyway i [...]


    5. Downloaded this light-hearted fantasy novel (with romantic elements) free from , fell in love while reading the first chapter, and finished the read in two days, to the detriment of my work and sleep schedules. Not just likeable but relatable characters, a believable sort of fairy tale adventure, and a strong plotline even with a bit of a detour down the middle. Normally I'd take off a star for giving a minor character a major role when the book was well along, but the author signalled the move [...]


    6. A very enjoyable story! Tor, our protagonist, is a very well written strong character. I immediately took to all the characters in Ms. Revellian's fantasy as they are well rounded and draw the reader in with sympathy, intrigue and good old fashion appeal. Add in a dragon with an attitude and the evil Skarcroft who has beleaguered the citizens for many years as the current reigning king and the story is set for adventure and war. The first several chapters were a little slow for me, and it took a [...]


    7. I don't usually like fantasy very much, but there is nothing fantastical about this book except for the fact that one of the heros is a dragon! I loved reading this. The story is gripping, the characters likeable and believable; and there is plenty of humour. This book would also suit young adult readers; although perfectly enjoyable to people of all ages, most of the characters are young so I can see it appealing to a youth audience. Having said that - I've left my youth well behind but I loved [...]


    8. I found this book on the free list and am very glad I did!I was an enjoyable read that I could not put down! Torbrek is trained by a grandfather to become one of the hundred knights. Tor goes to rescue a princess and ends up the master of a dragon. There are adventures, an evil conqueror with a sentimental side to him, romantic issues, battles, and a very likeable protagonist. I am ready to read more about Tor and the dragons.


    9. You can't go wrong on this one if you are looking for a light, entertaining summer beach read. It is fairly predictable, but has several interesting twists on the dragon theme, characters are well developed and the storyline flows well.Second book in this series is very close to the top on my TBR list.


    10. I liked this book. The main character is a straight spoken unsophisticated woman, trained as one of the legendary knights. She gets away with passing as a man until everyone trusts her and then finds out a secret of her past that might change everything. The ending fits the story, it's complex, but clear.


    11. What a fun fantasy this is - moody dragons, castles, princesses, knights and chivalry, battles and villains, weak kings and evil despots, skulking spies and brave fights to the death, moral dilemmas and a strong female lead. What more could you want? Why a sequel, of course!


    12. I didn't expect such a humorous and heartfelt book hidden under a fantasy cape. The people are so human, the dragons are regal and adorable. It all felt very natural. Nothing was too perfect. A really wonderful book.




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