The Dragon Ring (Harper Errant, #1)

The Dragon Ring (Harper Errant, #1) Reality TV Host Ben Harper Has A Problem He Owes The King Of Faerie A Favor So Now He Has To Track Down The Three Parts Of A Viking Arm Ring, And Return Them To Their Place In Time This Takes Him Through The Wolf Haunted Forests Of Viking Age Wessex, The Rowdy Back Streets Of Shakespeare S London, And A Derelict Georgian Country House Partnered With Caustic, Shape Changing Raven And Guided By A Slightly Wacky Goblin Diary, Ben Must Rediscover His Own Gifts While Facing His Doubts And The Queen Of Faerie S Minions, Who Will Do Anything To Stop HimThe Dragon Ring, The First In The Harper Errant Series, Is A Time Travelling Epic Adventure Which Takes You To Old England, And Beyond

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  • ebook
  • 398 pages
  • The Dragon Ring (Harper Errant, #1)
  • Maggie Secara
  • English
  • 04 March 2017

10 thoughts on “The Dragon Ring (Harper Errant, #1)

  1. says:

    Maggie is an amazing storyteller I had previously read her pirating love story, Molly September, and thoroughly enjoyed it I knew going into this read that it would be vastly different from her other book, but she did not disappoint.I love delving into a story that I can learn something from It s clear that Maggie is a history buff, and it shows in the pages of her novels The historical references intermingled with the fantasy flowed so well together it was hard to tell where they should part ways and become separate entities That s not an easy feat to accomplish, yet she did it seamlessly If that weren t enough to snatch you up into the pages, the characters that she created were astounding as well.The characters are their own stories They ve been so carefully crafted, that they become key figures in your own life as you read the pages Turning each page of this book was like coming home to dinner with family You grow to know the characters, and get so involved with the cards they are dealt that you can t simply let go and stop reading.That being said, I am looking forward to reading the rest of this series I m only sorry I haven t been able to get to them sooner Maggie is a very talented author, and The Dragon Ring has solidified her as one of my favorite Fantasy authors.

  2. says:

    I knew I was going to enjoy this book from the first page, when the Raven spiralled into the sun over Dartmoor, and icy wedges of air streamed past the sharp eyes, poured across the stretching wings as he reached over the horizon for the moon s white disk A tale replete with rich prose, fading from dreamlike faeryland to touches of earthy humour, and back again Until Ben Harper, and American TV presenter, cannot tell where one world ends and the other begins.Nor does the reader, scarcely Give me the Sparrow and save your world, says Titania Not for your faerie Kingdom Ben shouted, and sat strait up in the darkness Sparrow is Ben s sickly son, swapped for a changeling, and Ben is drawn into an internet type adventure game, but he cannot hit Save and come back later There is far too much at stake.I can visualise this as a fantastic Disney film, with enough effects to feed any imagination like turning coloured shapes into chiming harmonies, and opening a door locked for centuries by singing two musical notes.A most entertaining book, full of surprises and unexpected asides Not at all like Lord of the Rings or Alice in Wonderland, but comparable nonetheless Unique in its antiquity and modernity Delightfully mischievous and utterly preposterous.Full marks, and I m looking forward to the sequel.

  3. says:

    Author Maggie Secara has done something truly splendid here she s combined an outstanding knowledge of history and theatre into an urban fantasy worthy of Charles de Lint Frankly, I can think of no higher praise.The protagonist, Ben Harper, is a reality TV show host and traditional musician He manages to run afoul of the fae near his Dartmoor home on numerous levels, and breaks an important artifact in a fit of rage that only makes matters worse The artifact in question is the titular dragon ring, made from fairy gold Then, Titania decides she wants Ben s son can nothing else go wrong Oh, of course it can.So, now he must go back through history to find the pieces he broke in order to restore the ring it is a little confusing on the surface, but rest assured that it all comes together soon enough and save his son With the help of Oberon, Odin and a fae youth named Raven, Ben goes on a journey through the 9th, 16th and 18th centuries.I didn t want to put this book down, if truth be told I look forward to the rest of the forthcoming trilogy.

  4. says:

    The Dragon Ring by Maggie Secara 4 starsThis was a ride to a faerie land that I ve never visited before There s great description that gave me a vivid picture, lots of action, and a fair bit of guessing in terms of what the tasks set for Ben Harper were all about I d love to meet the King and Queen of Faerie, though not if Titania is spitting and hissing There s humour in The Dragon Ring that softens some of the darker aspects of the novel There s music for the expert and those like me who just like to listen The language modern and ancient is witty as the protagonists travel back though time Raven would be a great friend to help you through a bad day

  5. says:

    I enjoyed this book so much I asked the author to guest on my blog It carried me along at breakneck speed and avoided all the clich s that one normally meets in any work to do with Faery Magic with a down to earth attitude not to mention downright dangerous at times which is what I like Pretty wee girls in bluebell hats don t match my experience of the Bright Ones, Maggie s interpretation, however, does I m so pleased that the sequel will be coming out in 2013 because I can t wait to read it.

  6. says:

    After slogging through books 23 of Miss Peregrine s Peculiar Children, this was like skipping through the park.I enjoyed the characters, Faerie, and a plot that made sense Will probably read books 2 and 3, even though this stands nicely on its own.

  7. says:

    I am loving this book M

  8. says:

    I loved this book So imaginative, such a clear voice in the narration and the main character Fully realized characters and a fabulous, faerie fantasy with a vast knowledge of history thrown in.

  9. says:

    Great urban fantasy funny, magical, with a good helping of history.

  10. says:

    Memorable characters, interesting plot, good storytelling All around good read

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