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The Dragon Kahg decided he liked living at the bottom of the ocean. All these years, he had sailed to the top of the sea, riding the waves in the Vindrasi ships that carried his spirit with them, viewing with pity and disdain the lowly creatures forced to swim.

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  1. Such an interesting teaser!

    Here is my Teaser post!

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  2. eek, dont like dragon stories. ok. this sentence is relating to the dragons that are on the front of the ship as the decor of the ship. I think I like them there better than under the ocean. unless they are not going to be a threat.
    happy reading.
    http://sidnereading.blogspot.com

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  3. Nice teaser. It has been quite a while since I read anything by Weis and Hickman. It looks like I need to catch up. Happy reading!

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  4. Hmm, I love dragons but haven't read any books about them yet. Maybe I should start with this one :)

    Thanks for stopping by Book Cover Justice!

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  5. Great teaser, and sounds so good, I'm adding it on my reading list :)

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  6. I'm hooked. I'd love to know how he ended up on the bottom of the sea.

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  7. Interesting!

    Here's mine:
    http://www.bookmarkyourthoughts.com/2012/07/teaser-tuesday-july-10th-2012.html

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  8. I am so confused ... guess it's not my kind of story.

    Thanks for visiting my TT earlier today.

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  9. Interesting teaser, thanks for sharing :-)

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  10. Hi, great blog and great teaser! I am a new follower from Teaser Tuesday. I would love a follow back!

    http://endlessdaysofbooks.blogspot.com/

    Candace

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