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The fast-paced sequel to There Will be Dragons is a rollicking adventure above and below the high seas with dragons, orcas, beautiful mermaids - and the irrepressible Bast the Wood Elf, a cross between Legolas and Mae West. 

Duke Edmund Talbot has been assigned a simple mission: Go to the Southern Isles and make contact with the scattered mer-folk-those who, before the worldwide collapse of technology, had altered their bodies in the shape of mythical sea-dwelling creatures. He must convince them to side with the Freedom Coalition in the battles against the fascist dictators of New Destiny. Just a simple diplomatic mission. That requires the service of a dragon-carrier and Lieutenant Herzer Herrick, the most blooded of the Blood Lords. Because New Destiny has plans of its own.

©2013 John Ringo (P)2020 Recorded Books, Inc.

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Excellent escape

Like most John Ringo books, this one has exceptional detail in characters and background. The world building is so interesting. Not a lot of action but a great amount of political intrigue. Fun listen. I am not a fan of the unnecessary underage girl in the public bath scene or the harem post story. But I'm a pit of a prude.