Review: A magic world of bravery

As intricate and rich in setting and story-telling as Lord of the Rings, and more sexual and convincingly brutal than the Game of Thrones, DRAKON travels you to a magic world of bravery, treachery and love. The book does not just create a new universe of characters and norms: it also takes you there. Its often Proustian detail brings to life the flavors and smells of a feast, the gut-wrenching pain of a battle, or the blinding beauty of sex with a witch. The reader’s immersion is intense and long lasting, as the work is not just epic in imagination, but also in size. When the ride does end, it only leaves you asking for more.