The Eyes of the Dragon – Review

Perpetually Past Due

The Eyes of the Dragon by Stephen King

Published in 1987

Pages: 326

Genre: Fantasy

“Once in a kingdom called Delain, there was a King with two sons.”

The first line of The Eyes of the Dragon begins like many fairy tales about knights, kings, and dragons; the difference, however, is that this book was written by Stephen King. Stepping away from the horror niche he is so often put into, King wrote a work of epic fantasy that tells the tale of King Roland and his sons, Peter and Thomas. Betrayal, intrigue, and the use of wit to overcome astounding odds can all be found in The Eyes of the Dragon.

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