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Let Dragon Airways take you on a thrill-ride to a new and exciting world with dragons & mythical creatures.
When a boy who can sense ancient magic becomes valuable to both sides of the war, enemies close in. Fleeing those sent to capture him, Emmet and his sister Riette board Dragon Airways. Not knowing friend from foe, they must rely on even those who might betray them. In a thrilling journey spanning land and sea, brother and sister come to know the true measure of Emmet’s abilities along with the real value of love, friendship, and sacrifice.

While this fantasy adventure is a distant prequel to The World of Godsland Epic Fantasy Series, and a great place to start the series, it can also stand alone.

The World of Godsland Epic Fantasy Series includes the following fairy tales & folklore titles:
The Dawning of Power trilogy
Call of the Herald
Inherited Danger
Dragon Ore
The Balance of Power trilogy
Regent
Feral
Regal
The Artifacts of Power trilogy
The Fifth Magic
Dragonhold
The Seventh Magic
Godsland Fantasy Series Prequels
Ascension
Onin

Known for his terrible dragon jokes on Twitter, Brian Rathbone brought some of that same brand of humor to an otherwise serious fantasy adventure with magic, gods & goddesses, and intrigue. Rathbone’s experience as a professional horse trainer also comes into play as he explores relationships with creatures with whom you can’t fully communicate and whose desires only sometimes align with their companions. A love of reading the best epic fantasy books as a young man inspired Brian to write the kinds of for boys and for girls that he liked reading in his young adult years. Getting older never dampened Rathbone’s enthusiasm for a good epic fantasy adventure, and his books are widely enjoyed by readers young, old, and those somewhere in between.

In the two other prequels to The World of Godsland Epic Fantasy Series, Brian Rathbone teamed up with writers Jack McCarthy and Morgen Rich to flesh out story lines that were not fully told in the main series. The collaboration between these writers resulted in three new entry points into Godsland ranging from dark fantasy to fantasy romance and contemporary steampunk adventure with dragons and other monsters.

Ascension focuses on the story of Gwendolin and her journey from simple farm girl to the leader of a powerful order of monks and druids. Along her metaphysical journey, she learns a great deal about her world and herself–some magic must come from within.

Onin explores the history of Onin of the Old Guard and and his dragon, Jehregard. In a world where dragons are bred for size, Onin finds himself standing in opposition to thousands of years of dogma and tradition, as he fights for the life of a dragon no one else would save. There is something different about this dragon–something special. Bearing a “watch eye”, like that of a prized horse, Jehregard does everything he can to prove Onin both right and wrong.

Dragon Airways explores a time when magic is a thing of the distant past and technology has come to dominance in its place. In a steampunk, dieselpunk, dragonpunk twist, Dragon Airways shows what happens when a group of misfits put their mind to something. The feral dragons and those who seek to dominate them, have other plans. Airplanes, airships, and battle balloons are no match for dragons and magic, and Emmet knows just how to solve the mystery of where to find them.

These books are suitable for fans of epic fantasy, young adult epic fantasy, steampunk, and paranormal adventures. While the content appeals to older readers, its kept clean to make it accessible to younger readers as well.

For early readers and young children, Brian Rathbone and his friends have produced a number of dragon books for kids for those who like fantasy, magic, and of course, dragons. These include The Silliest Dragon, Grumpy Dragons, and The Lost Dragons.

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3 Responses to " Dragon Airways: A Humorous Fantasy Adventure with Dragons (World of Godsland Epic Fantasy Series) "

  1. Anonymous says:
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    Began well, 23 May 2018
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    Hopeful Evangelist

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    This review is from: Dragon Airways: A Humorous Fantasy Adventure with Dragons (World of Godsland Epic Fantasy Series) (Kindle Edition)
    I read this after some really poor kindle fiction. The opening scenes are well written and detailed. There is a realism to Emmett and Riette, his sister (not ‘Lienne’) and their actions that is not sustained in the later chapters. Although the broad plotting is enough to keep one reading, the repetition of scenes of near disaster alternated with overwhelming success becomes tedious.

    Dragons and magic ought to be a total plus … but both become “mcguffins” – devices to move the plot along or get characters out of danger. This felt lazy. At times the writing was sloppy or trite, as if the author had no energy at that point or no interest in what he was writing.

    Some creatures or characters appear but do not act or interact until the author gives them his attention; it is as if they are frozen in space until required.

    There are some amazing coincidences, but otherwise, very little humour.

    The conflict is very cinematic – think Star Wars – smaller forces face overwhelming force and triumph, except when they don’t. Then they face crushing defeat.

    Riette begins by being very active, but her growth in courage seems to require increasing passivity.

    This is disappointing. The first chapters show the author can do much better.

  2. Anonymous says:
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    A mini epic fantasy, 2 Dec. 2017
    By 
    DC (Southport, UK)

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    This review is from: Dragon Airways (Kindle Edition)
    This book is about two young people, a brother and a sister, who are trying to survive a war started by a tyrant. The world is a sort of steam punk one, where technology such as planes and coal fired air ships exist alongside dragons and the remnant of magic. The tyrant, Argus, wishes to control the last of the magic, so captures anyone with an affinity to it. The brother is one of these people. So the story follows them as they flee on a Dragon who happens to be, with her rider, a former member of the resistance. Together the young couple and the Dragon rider become entwined with the battle for freedom and a last ditch effort to defeat the tyrant, Argus.

    This book is intriguing and well written. It has a lot of adventure and ups and downs for the characters. It is well worth the read.

  3. Anonymous says:
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    Enjoyable book – no sex, romance or bad language, 16 Nov. 2016
    By 
    Mrs. Bruce

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    This review is from: Dragon Airways: A Humorous Fantasy Adventure with Dragons (World of Godsland Epic Fantasy Series) (Kindle Edition)
    9 year old Emmet is different (think autistic), but he can sense magic and craves it.
    His sister, Lienna, tries to take care of Emmet after their parents died.
    There is a war and the aggressors want to capture Emmet so he can find magic for them
    to use in their fight. While escaping their home town the youngsters hitch a ride on an old,
    but brave dragon, Dashiq. Few people have even seen dragons as they are dying out, but
    Emmet and Lienna soon come to love Dashiq as much as her dragon master and friend, Barabas.

    Dashiq and other dragons help in the war but the aggressors have more weapons and many more
    planes and airships, so it looks a lost cause.

    The book was short at 200 pages, but there was no sex, real romance or bad language, so it could
    be read by children as well as adults. There were some tear-jerking moments and lots of fight scenes.
    I enjoyed the book.

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