Draykon: Book 1 (The Draykon Series)

When shy and retiring Llandry Sanfaer discovers a mesmerising new gemstone, she suddenly becomes the most famous jeweller across the Seven Realms. Demand for the coveted stone escalates fast; when people begin dying for it, Llandry finds that she herself has become a target. Lady Evastany Glostrum has her life in pristine order. Prestigious, powerful and wealthy, she is on the verge of crowning her successes with the perfect marriage. But when her closest friend is murdered for the jewellery she wears, Eva is drawn into the mystery surrounding the curious gem. The emergence of the stone is causing chaos across the Seven. Gates between the worlds are opening at will, pulling hordes of creatures through from the shadowy Lower Realm and the glittering Uppers. As Eva works to discover the culprit behind the spreading disorder, Llandry must learn the truth about her precious istore stone – before she herself becomes a victim.

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3 Comments

  1. A good fantasy read Draykon takes place in a world that contains many realms and layers within it, so many that I had difficulty working out exactly what was happening where. The plot is well considered and the characters were believable and easy to follow, but I really struggled with the location in this book. From the very beginning I was thinking that perhaps I had missed a book in the series that explained the layout of the realms and the depth of the culture surrounding them, but frequent checks back at the…

  2. A lovely stroll through a fantastic world. At first, DRAYKON seemed a bit juvenile, with winged fairies living in trees and an insecure young protagonist, but after a few chapters, the book really grew on me. The world-building was unique, with three different planes of existence and multiple realms within the “middle” plane that aligned themselves with one or the other of the “upper” and “lower” planes. As the characters traveled through the world and the plot unfolded, the complexity and true depth of the story was revealed. However,…

  3. Draykon- GREAT fantasy/mystery read! If I had to pick two of my favorite genres they would be fantasy and mystery. This book is the delightful integration of both. The story follow several characters, but primarily Llandry and Eva. Llandry is a jewelry maker by trade and stumbles upon a new stone which she calls istore (if I remember correctly it means star, but I could be wrong). This new gem makes Llandry’s jewelry highly sought after, especially after Eva is seen wearing a ring made with the gem. Eva is a woman of high society,…

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